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Post  Krysta on Fri Jun 10, 2011 10:54 am

Hey all you furs and fur lovers. A fair ways back in my intro post I mentioned that I'm a hypnotist. And since most of my sessions are more on the play side, for the next couple weeks I'll be recording furry transformation sessions.

That's the good news. Bad news... There's just SO MUCH to try and choose from when putting these together. So the question I'm putting to you all here... What sort of species do you think would be interesting to see as transformations? Some things to include might be: Anthro or full, distinctive colorings to be aware of, common behavioural traits... And anything else of that nature that might be included to provide a more engrossing experience.

Any more questions for me on this or anything, just ask <3
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Post  blackgnosis on Fri Jun 10, 2011 4:46 pm

Krysta wrote:Hey all you furs and fur lovers. A fair ways back in my intro post I mentioned that I'm a hypnotist. And since most of my sessions are more on the play side, for the next couple weeks I'll be recording furry transformation sessions.

That's the good news. Bad news... There's just SO MUCH to try and choose from when putting these together. So the question I'm putting to you all here... What sort of species do you think would be interesting to see as transformations? Some things to include might be: Anthro or full, distinctive colorings to be aware of, common behavioural traits... And anything else of that nature that might be included to provide a more engrossing experience.

Any more questions for me on this or anything, just ask <3

anythings interesting as a transformation
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Post  Krysta on Fri Jun 10, 2011 5:25 pm

Lol, true. And I have a lot of anything on my list of potentials. Too many to go through easily. So I thought I'd ask here to see about narrowing it down a bit. Not to mention the good details that furs of any given species might provide to help flesh out the files x3
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Post  Krysta on Sat Dec 31, 2011 3:29 am

There was a loooong hiatus here I know for me, but I'm getting my act back together and doing these now. So, I thought I would pop back to this topic and post my eventual decisions for starting off.


-- Anthro Canine
Transformation trigger – Includes:
Ears raised and choice of style by canine breed.– with enhanced reaction to sound. More sensitive to touch.
Muzzle – Focus on scents, note to still allow speech
Tail – Include Mood indications (Wagging, drooping…)
Fur – Optional in amount and coloring
Paws – Footpaws only, light pads on hands
Partial to puppy style games while triggered (catch, fetch, Frisbee)
Tendency toward carnivorous eating habits
Note the feeling of air through fur
Panting when tired or hot.

-- Anthro Feline
Transformation trigger – Includes:
Ears, raised and pointed. Velvety fur – extra notice of souinds, and feeling of ears turning to orient.
Tail – Long and expressive.
Eyes with slitted pupil – glow in low light.
Fur covering body
Paws on all limbs, still able to use hands and hands. Nails seem to be retractable claws.
Feline habits such as increased desire to nap in sunny spots.
Pouncing
Attention drawn by moving objects.
Tendency for mewls to slip into speech

-- Anthro Wolf
Transformation trigger. Includes:
Ears – Raised and pointed. Very sensitive.
Muzzle – Sharp teeth and keen smell. Note to still allow speech.
Tail – Long Wolf Tail
Fur, full body, in listener choice of coloring.
Increased attachment to the outdoors.
Increased socialization – pack.

-- Anthro Owl
Transformation Trigger – Includes:
Nose and mouth change to Beak
Feathers as desired over body.
Arms reform as wings.
Clawed bird feet.
Nocturnal, more comfortable with nighttime activity.
Large eyes – attracted by motion.

-- Anthro Squirrel
Transformation Trigger – Includes:
Long squirrel tail – used for balance
Full Fur
Hands and feet as small paws
Minor hyperactivity
Awareness of Surroundings.
Food in Cheeks

-- Anthro Kangaroo
Transformation Trigger – Includes:
Growth to Legs and feet
Pouch for females
Long tail used for balance
Movement by hopping
Herbivorous diet

-- Anthro Lizard
Transformation Trigger – Includes:
Ears vanish
Long Tail
Scales all over
Thermo-sensitive – lazy and languid if cold

-- Anthro Vixen
Transformation trigger – Includes:
Ears – Raised and larger.
Tail(s) – Multiple fox tails in kitsune style. Very soft, able to be controlled by subject, but make automatic effort to stay out of the way and out of trouble (doors and such) when not the center of focus.
Specifically female features.

Sliding scale ability while triggered to move further toward full fox form:
Fur, full coat
Paws – fore and rear.
Muzzle – and increased notice of scents.
Full fox form – includes perception of size change and optional inability to understand human speech.

Ears and tails are all times while triggered. Also:
Kitsune mischievous spirit.
Affinity for pouncing.
Kitsune fire for self amusement, (remind to only play with kitsune flames, not real ones.)

-- Naga
Transformation Trigger – Includes:
Legs fuse to long snake tail
Shiny scales up to waist
Perception of Walking as slithering
Forked tongue – slight lisp


Note: the details listed here are from my personal notes and may not totally reflect the finished products. But I thought it'd be nice to share. Did I miss anything that someone really wants? x3
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Post  oneuglybunny on Sat Dec 31, 2011 12:09 pm

Hmm. I really can't think of anything in particular offhand. Wait, perhaps one thing.

For these "transformations," would it be possible to Count as each genus?
I know that housecats can count to three: when three toy mice disappear behind a blind, and two emerge on the far side, a cat will seek out the missing mouse. This doesn't happen with four mice, though.
And rabbits can count to four; higher than four is "many."
I've often wondered how high canids can count ....
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Post  EddieFox on Sat Dec 31, 2011 12:19 pm

@ bunny That Rabbit only counting to four and after is many reminds me of a race of people I heard about can't remember who they were.
@Krysta. You have A Vixen But you need a male fox.
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Post  Latrans on Sat Dec 31, 2011 9:28 pm

Another aspect you might look at is foot style: pedigrade (human style foot) or digitigrade (feline/canid style hind feet)?
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Post  Krysta on Mon Jan 02, 2012 3:26 am

Bunny, A majority of subjects that use these tend to be triggered in situations where they may need their full mental faculties, so I almost always leave the mental side alone except for species specific tendencies and habits. The feline may be automatically drawn to the "shiny" like the speeding toy mice or a laser pointer, but their brain will still acknowledge how many whatevers there are. (Note: It's not at all impossible, per your questions, just not something I'd do for general consumption. In a custom file I'd gladly add that in)

Eddie. The original version of the list had a gender neutral fox, much like the other furry species I have on there, but I've been getting overwhelming demand for vixens (from subjects of both genders) and never yet a male request until you. I do need a male side, true, but because of that it didn't make the first draft of the list.

Latrans, do you mean that in relation to the files listed, or as something on its own?
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Post  Latrans on Mon Jan 02, 2012 4:04 am

Just something on its own. The vast majority of people identify with plantigrade, but there are a few (such as myself) who tend toward digitigrade. Not sure if that makes any difference though.
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Post  Krysta on Mon Jan 02, 2012 4:20 am

As far as typical transformations, not overly much. The wording of the suggestions for hindpaws is typically loose enough to allow for either interpretation, but it's an interesting idea for something unto itself. I'll bat the idea around a bit and see where it goes x3
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Post  EddieFox on Mon Jan 02, 2012 1:06 pm

SO So can you hypnotyze me into being a fur
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Post  Krysta on Mon Jan 02, 2012 5:15 pm

Maybe, but not via forum posts. Just a bit too slow xP
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Post  EddieFox on Mon Jan 02, 2012 7:02 pm

i'd vid chat for a chance at that.
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Post  Krysta on Tue Jan 03, 2012 4:32 am

I don't generally do video, but live text is often a great start, and I do occasionally do voice.
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Post  EddieFox on Tue Jan 03, 2012 12:32 pm

I see. Well Im game... Lol
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Post  Latrans on Tue Jan 03, 2012 10:28 pm

How does text even work with hypnotism? Wouldn't the requirement of 'reading' kind be counterproductive to relaxing and allowing your mind to become open to suggestion?

Not that I wouldn't be willing to try, but it certainly makes me curious.
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Post  Krysta on Wed Jan 04, 2012 4:33 am

For some people that turns out to be true, but for a majority it turns into a matter of perspective. Written words are still a manner of communication. Text formatting tricks can effect the perceived pace of things.

One can...
slow...
things...
down...

Orspeedthemup toagreatdegree.

One might emphasize certain things... And other such text tricks that over the years we've all taught ourselves to respond to as naturally as we might listen to a speaker. In fact, it's a very common reaction for most people, when reading something, to assign the words they read a mental voice. A bland article might be read in their own voice, the general internal monologue. But it's an amusing trait of the species that quite often when reading text that we attribute to someone else -specifically- (notice how you read that louder and paused on it?) we'll read it in the voice of the author. Or the character. Even think of things here. When you read the comic, Do Dawn and Cat have different voices? Ronnie? Vikki?

That same tendency can be harnessed in text hypnosis. If you can read my words in my voice, then I'm reaching you in twice as many mediums as if I were only speaking. And... my voice sounds exactly as you would expect it to. So you see it, and you hear it. Each reinforces the other, and there's the added bonus of knowing that the "voice" you attribute to me is being created by your mind itself. So you have your own mind assisting me in relaxing you. Echoing those thoughts that I offer you to guide you along the way.

And if you think of it like that... how could text go wrong? ;3
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Post  EddieFox on Wed Jan 04, 2012 6:45 pm

ugh that Speedthemup. Made my brain hurt lol.
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Post  Krysta on Thu Jan 05, 2012 4:22 am

If it makes you feel better, I hate typing in that sort of "fast mode" In chat that same effect can be obtained by long lines typed at a decent speed. Otherwise lines get broken up to control pace. Much easier to read xP
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Post  Ellen-Natalie on Thu Jan 05, 2012 11:40 am

Krysta wrote:For some people that turns out to be true, but for a majority it turns into a matter of perspective. Written words are still a manner of communication. Text formatting tricks can effect the perceived pace of things...

Sounds like typography could help in that aspect, as well-different fonts bring different voices and emphasis on what is read.
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Post  EddieFox on Thu Jan 05, 2012 2:02 pm

me and my guild on a game I play used to do that from time to time. it was just aoying.
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Post  Krysta on Fri Jan 06, 2012 2:25 pm

Ellen, it can, but I tend to shy from getting into that particular sort of detail. The time it takes switching usually slows things down too much to make up for the potential benefit.
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Post  EddieFox on Fri Jan 06, 2012 6:44 pm

it sounds really interesting. cat
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Post  Slim Shadow on Sun Jan 08, 2012 11:38 pm

Very interesting.
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Post  LeonMcBane on Mon Jan 09, 2012 2:05 am

Does one's will have anything to do with hypnotism.
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