And now with a little bit more about Bruma, since now I feel a little bit more comfortable sharing some more about him again. It's all viewable on my profile page; it made better sense than to create a separate journal about it.
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NOTE ON FRIENDS LIST: Friends list includes online acquaintances and people I've spoken to.
Cars are my Number 1 love of all. Therefore, much of what I do has to do with them. But my interests don't stop there. There are too many to count, so I guess I'll just tell as I go. I enjoy your company.
You may also know me as a certain anthropomorphic Ethiopian Wolf of the same name who typically wears a black breechcloth, a tribal choker, a seemingly innocuous-looking brushed metal bracelet, and a gun or two. He is is my ideal alternative persona and how I see myself in the fantasy world known as the furry fandom. As I have only a precious few pieces of art of him, and I only very selectively comment online, I'm still largely unknown in the fandom.
I've received a few questions about my personal character Bruma, so here's a little bit more about him. Bruma is an anthropomorphic Ethiopian Wolf of mixed ancestry, and grew up in a world similar to our modern world. In this world, society is more altruistic is some ways, and rather than die out, loincloths (or loin-clothes, as they are more formally called in that world) have survived as an acceptable form of everyday dress all the way to the present. That having been said, he typically wears a specially designed black cloth breechcloth, and (depending on the situation) tactical gear that still allows him great freedom of movement while not inconveniencing him much. He is of average build, but still as strong as any werewolf. His eyes are blue and there is a noticeable tuft of fur at the edge of his canine chin, like a goatee. He frequently wears a Potawatomi Indian choker necklace around his neck, a gift from his grandfather. Very wise, cultured, and with a diplomatic disposition, he still always has at least one blade with him (knife, sword, dagger, whatever he best sees fit) Most often, his weapon setup includes a detachable tactical right-leg holster for any sidearm he believes is best suited, often an H&K USP45. When feasible, he favors an Imbel M964, but will equip a variety of weapons from his large personal armory depending on the particular situation, so he can safely be ready for any eventuality.
Stuff About Me You Aught to Know:
Professional Car Mechanic
Left-handed, but I prefer to use my right for a bunch other things (drawing and writing excluded, DUH).
Once just a gamer. Then art and anthros came to my attention. I'm still a casual gamer. (though never one of those foul-mouthed jerks you hear over Xbox Live, of course.)
I'm a very kind, friendly guy. I won't bite. (unless you provoke me, of course)