Hey there, fellow furry friends and animation enthusiasts! Today, I wanted to dive into the whimsical world of being a dog-fox hybrid. As Foxtomas, I find myself constantly exploring the playful side of my character, embracing the canine traits that bring joy and laughter to those around me.

Life as a dog-fox hybrid is never dull. From wagging my tail in excitement to chasing after imaginary squirrels, every moment is an opportunity for spontaneous acts of comedy. Whether it's playfully nuzzling someone or barking with glee at a particularly funny joke, I love embodying both the fox's cunning nature and the loyal companionship of man's best friend.

One thing that always brings a smile to my face is when I catch myself instinctively tilting my head in curiosity or perking up my ears at an interesting sound. These simple gestures may seem small but they add so much charm and authenticity to my character as Foxtomas. It's these little quirks that make being a dog-fox hybrid such a fun and unique experience.

As an animator by trade, I've found that incorporating elements of canine behavior into my animations has brought them to life in ways I could have never imagined. The way dogs move with grace and agility inspires me to infuse those qualities into every frame of my work. And let me tell you - there's nothing quite like seeing your animated fox character come alive on screen with all the energy and enthusiasm of a real-life pup.

But it's not just in front of the computer where I get to indulge in this playful persona. When donning my fursuit adorned with fox-like features, something magical happens - Foxtomas truly comes alive! With each step taken on all fours or each excited bark emitted from behind fluffy ears, I feel like I'm stepping into another world where imagination knows no bounds.

And let's not forget about how much joy can be found in simply letting loose and acting like a goofy pup among friends. Whether it's rolling around on the floor pretending to chase after invisible butterflies or eagerly greeting others with enthusiastic licks (metaphorically speaking!), these moments remind me why embracing our inner animals can be so liberating.

In conclusion, being a dog- fox hybrid isn't just about wearing cute costumes or making people laugh. It’s about tapping into our primal instincts, letting go of inhibitions, and finding beauty in simplicity. So here’s to all
the furry fans
and animators out
there who dare
to embrace
their wild side
and unleash
the magic
themselves! Keep howling
the moon
my dear
and remember:




your daily antics!