TOMMY BRUCE

In October 2010 I began photographing and documenting the internet Subculture known as The Furry Fandom. Please look through and leave any questions in the ask box.

Kickstart Lynx

Baltimore, MD

2014

Floyd, at home
Baltimore, MD
2014

Floyd, at home

Baltimore, MD

2014

Matuska and Rampack

Anthrocon 2014

Pittsburgh, PA

Fursuiters at Bmore Pride

Baltimore, MD

2014

Willy Bear,

Anthrocon 2014

Pittsburgh, PA

idontneedyourfrass said: yo! I forgot to tell you i saw you at baltimore pride in your suit, i wanted to say hi but there was a huge crowd in between

Ah dang I wish I would have seen you! It was packed though. Hope you had a good pride!

Floyd
Spring Playa Del Fuego 2014
Wilmington, DE

Floyd

Spring Playa Del Fuego 2014

Wilmington, DE

Vignette

at spring Playa Del Fuego 2014

Wilmington, DE

kielbasathesassypup said: Hi there i have a question and its not anything important or special but I was wanting to ask that, I've been trying to get a fursuit for a couple years now at least two years i believe idk but anyways all the fursuit makers are quite expensive 400-800 dollars and higher just to get certain parts of a fursuit or the whole thing and i was wondering if you new any fursuit makers out there that have a job but only make fursuits for fun and not for the money i mean yes the materials are expensive..

$400-800 is pretty cheap as far as suits go, even for a partial. There are plenty of people who are just starting out making suits who will probably offer something around or a little below that range, but that also comes at the cost of some build quality. People charge as much as they do because fursuit building is an intense and learned art craft. Every suit is a one of a kind art piece and they are rightfully priced as such.

If you are really looking at it in the long term, saving up the money to buy a suit shouldn’t take you more than a year or so with a regular job. If you don’t have a job, or you’re too young to have a job, I would just try saving up some money from holidays and such. Spending big money on a fursuit also helps you realize the value of your suit and you’re gonna be happier and more attached to it if it’s a real investment. 

I’m sure that isn’t exactly what you wanted to hear but it’s the best advice I think I can give!

WANT TO WIN A FURSUIT HEAD AND HELP CHARITY!?

fuckyeahfursuiting:

Donation button is up guys!

The fourth and final FYF fursuit head giveaway charity raffle begins!

Only rule, all donations must be $5 and up! Everyone has a chance to win. We are running the charity until end of July-Beginning of August. Depends how we’re doing.

Our charity of choice!?

here is another post from the FYF charity raffle with more updated info. Donate!!!

(via fuckyeahfursuiting)

1 month ago - 333

WANT TO WIN A FURSUIT HEAD AND HELP CHARITY!?

fuckyeahfursuiting:

Donation button is up guys!

The fourth and final FYF fursuit head giveaway charity raffle begins!

Only rule, all donations must be $5 and up! Everyone has a chance to win. We are running the charity until end of July-Beginning of August. Depends how we’re doing.

Our charity of choice!?

Check out this super great charity raffle by FYFS! Tons of chances to win and it’s for a great cause. Spread the word everybody!

1 month ago - 333

Wylee dancing to “Champagne Coast” by Blood Orange in the studio

Made this after a photoshoot with Wylee the other day. Sorry for some shakey-cam, my arms were tired! 

Baltimore, MD

2014

Deige
Furry Weekend Atlanta 2014
Atlanta, GA

Deige

Furry Weekend Atlanta 2014

Atlanta, GA

Kier
Furthemore 2014
Baltimore, MD

Kier

Furthemore 2014

Baltimore, MD

Collar #1 (pink) & Collar #2 (PRINCESS)

Furry Weekend Atlanta 2014

Atlanta, GA