American professional illustrator. He likes furry and lolis. He has an obsession with rabbits, and that can be noticed in his drawings, his original characters (2 are rabbits) and his name (AlloyRabbit).
This is one of the best known users due to the large number of drawings uploaded (more than 2000 drawings). However, the vast majority of his drawings are sketches, rarely one is of quality (clean and color).
He has recently started experimenting with vore.
His drawings are mostly monochrome (white, black and shades of gray), in some rare cases there are other colors. These monochrome drawings are sketches, which, despite being digitally made, seek to imitate the monochrome style of charcoal (thick lines of pencil and gray blur).
Instead, when you make color drawings (complete and clean), their outlines are imperfect (sometimes there are "smear" marks, other times the lines are not straight, for example, buildings draw them with "shaky" lines). As for the coloring, its quality is very good for the characters, but not so much for the stage (buildings usually). In fact, the scenarios he draws are poorer qualitatively than the characters.
- He does not talk much and rarely responds to messages.
- It is sensitive to all kinds of criticism.
- He prefers to engage in conversations with his close friends.
She is a young girl with black hair, white skin and blue eyes (and as it is represented in manga style, then it can be considered a loli). In this gallery it is better shown who the character in question is:
An adult red-haired black rabbit.
A giantess adult Pokémon, a Lopunny in a black dress, in the words of AlloyRabbit himself, was created as an anthropomorphic Pokémon in response to macro drawings by other artists like StampyDragon, JayneFolest, and DarkRaven123.