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Great_White_Nope: Another headcannon reference sheet.

In before “5’10” manlet” post

Also he’s clearly got other issues as he isn’t stoping on the Fluffies near him.
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FoalOut4: @Great_White_Nope: What are the developmental stages of hoodshitrats?

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Overlord: What about microfluffs
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Arazur: So the size of a medium dog when all is said and done. Sounds about right, wonder if anyone has written about using rat terriers as en extermination tool

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Great_White_Nope: @FoalOut4: first they turn to alcohol on violence, then weed and having as many children as possible, which then leads into K2 and Heroin and their eventual death by cop

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Great_White_Nope: @Arazur: make the newborn smaller and the foal the adult
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wittwest: @Great_White_Nope: chirpie babbehs as wittew as hoomins non hoofsies! Babbeh can way in fem for bestest upsies!

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HerdKing: i agree with this accept the newborn. in my headcannon they would be much smaller, small enough to easily fit in a human's hand

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deathproofpony: I kind of picture newborns to be the size of an adult hamster. The one in the picture is like a large guinea pig.

Just my preference.

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Hugboxing_Faggot: Given that, depending on the head canon, fluffies normally give birth to between three and eight foals at once, that chirpy is waaaay too big. I think a third of that size would be more appropriate,given how rapidly they growi their first days.
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Lady_kill_hunter: The perfect height to use as if it were a ball

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artist-kun: I think, that adult one - must be like a "Colt/Filly" size. And ne-born foals - always fit in the palm of your hand. They can be taken with two fingers. The size of a matchbox or something like this.
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Cock_Anon: I'm not sure how to feel about this

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guodzilla: @artist-kun: especially since mares 'most always bear litters of foals, rather than just one.

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Disintegral: Like quite a few people here (apparently), I tend to picture newborns, and even younger "tawkie babbehs", as being small enough to fit in your hand. But that adult fluff size is roughly what I'd go for.

@Overlord: I don't know if GWN has ever used micros, but I use a similar scaling rule to TitanFluff, where a full-grown adult micro is about the same size as a non-micro foal.

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Disintegral: @Disintegral: But some people do make their micros smaller. Sometimes the adults are lima bean sized, which I think is a bit much.

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dajinbo: Not pictured: 6'1" (only his foot and calf would fit in frame anyway)

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Great_White_Nope: @HerdKing: yeah the newborn is a little big especially if you compare it to the last scaling. I think I made it bigger so that you could see details in the “shadow”
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CaptainD: Not bad. But I think the colt/filly is a more ideal size for an adult, about the size of a regular cat. Their fluff makes them look a bit bigger. Also, the newborn should be smaller, especially when a mare usually gets several of them.
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Anders_Breivik: 5'10'' manlet here. Fuck you all.

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Ginger_Fig: I can dig this HC. I think most of you fuckers draw foals way too small.
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ChojinPatriarch: Definitely agree on newborn size, otherwise on board with rough sizes. My headcanon sizes for normal, well-fed fluffs:

Newborn - 2-3 inches from nose to croup (ass), incapable of standing. this makes them large enough to fill a cupped hand.
3-5 days - 4-5 inches long (from shoulder to croup), about 3 inches at the withers (top of shoulder area.) Walking and talking size.
2 weeks - 8-9 inches long, 6 inches at withers. Weanling age.
3-4 weeks - 12-14 inches long, 9 inches at withers. Adolescent age.
adult - 16-18 long, around 12 inches at withers. puts them about corgi sized.

Of course, poorly-fed ferals are smaller at each stage after newborn due to diet, on top of weaker bones and muscles...

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FluffiesAreFood: @ChojinPatriarch: Similarly: livestock fluffies bred for meat and other raw materials are likely to be somewhat bigger than pet fluffies.

They are also likely to be somewhat misshapen compared to pets. Hint, hint.

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Disintegral: @Ginger_Fig: Newborns really need to be tiny though, unless fluffies are meant to be born exclusively via C-section. But true about talking-age foals, it's a mistake I've made before (and often realise it after).

I don't think this pic I did would've worked without doing the ultra-tiny foal though.

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Guzziman: @Ginger_Fig: Why should they be big? Fluffies are supposed to be weak, and their small size should contribute to that.

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spaceFluff: I see them about the same size as cairn terriers, or a large cat (and correspondingly the newborns are the size of newborn kittens). When I see those sorts of dogs walk past they sometimes remind me of fluffy ponies.
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