Real name: Joshua.
Other names: Josh, I guess?
About your fursona: Joshua Reynard is a red fox (Vulpes vulpes) who is essentially a vulpine version of myself. He is a Civilized Animal on TV Tropes' Sliding Scale of Anthropomorphism, meaning that he is (usually) bipedal, often wears clothing, and can talk, but could also pass for a feral fox if he wanted to.
Location: Northeastern United States.
Web site(s): Currently, none.
Artist/Writer: I can draw a little, I guess. I also like to make music - I'm a keyboardist.
Style: For drawing, generic furry style, I guess. For music, I'm pretty flexible but have a background in ragtime and early jazz.
Been to any cons: No.
Fav. music: I'm one of those people who listens to everything except modern country and rap/hip-hop. However, my favorite genres are early jazz and synthpop. I'm also partial to some kinds of experimental/ambient electronic music.
Likes (in alphabetical order, not necessarily order of liking): Animals (duh), being a follower of Jesus, computers, electronics, foxes, Linux, microcontrollers, music, playing the piano, programming, the Raspberry Pi, SimCity, synthesizers.
Dislikes (in alphabetical order, not necessarily order of disliking): Apple (the "computer" company), Auto-Tune (with exceptions), elitism, porn (furry or otherwise), sin, the stereotype that all foxes are gay/promiscuous (I'm straight and monogamous, as are most real-life foxes), trolls.
Church Denomination: I grew up in a Christian and Missionary Alliance church, and I still have ties to it. However, I do not formally identify with any particular denomination.
Anything else: I'm currently an electrical engineering student hoping to get a job working with embedded computers. I'm also involved in the "maker" movement, which is a subculture of people who like to build cool things. So I'm always happy to talk tech with anyone who will listen.
I'm very glad that a forum like this exists - the furry fandom needs salt and light, just like the rest of the world. I hope to use my time here to honor God and fellowship with other believers.
Edited by Joshua Reynard, 20 July 2015 - 11:26 PM.