Mar 03 2010


Published by at 2:51 pm under animals,sketchbook

This drawing is of a kitsune, a Japanese fox spirit with magical powers. Colored pencil, with a little digital touch-up.

6 responses so far

6 Responses to “Foxy”

  1. chrison 02 Jun 2010 at 1:29 pm

    other people (like me) call it kyubii , a jiant fox with 9 tails that existed in japanese folklore, it’s tails could create tordandos just by swinging them and when it stomped it could cause mountain shattering earthquakes, it could send fire balls from it’s fur t destroy whole villages easly.

  2. chrison 02 Jun 2010 at 1:39 pm

    o so i was wrong(on a previous post tha i cant seem to find), Kitsune(pronounced kee-tsu-nay) is just the japanese word for fox but i’m not wrong about the Kyubii thing , Kitsune spirit’s is measured by the number of tails and 9 being the higest, they gain 1 tail every 100 years so the 9 tailed one in this picture would mean it’s 900+ years and extremly powerful

  3. Alexon 26 Mar 2011 at 1:42 pm

    BAHAHAHAHAHA this is Ninetails from Poke’mon not some stupid kyubii or kitsune

  4. adminon 28 Mar 2011 at 8:24 pm

    Mmmmyeah, I’m sure Pokemon came up with it first. 😛

  5. Kitsuneon 03 Apr 2011 at 1:32 am

    Alex, the Kitsune legends span far before pokemon into ancient Japan also stemming from even older chinese legends, this Kyu-bi no Kitsune (Nine tailed fox) is a very nice picture, myself I am a white Arashi no Kitsune (Fox of the Storm) currently only with three tails, but still good power level! Has a nice day you people! 😉

  6. Akiraon 10 Oct 2012 at 9:11 pm

    Kyubii is a guardian spirit and it has been for centuries in Japanese folklore before Pokemons. Also it is a very rare spirit that helps to the lost souls. But for unknown reasons in Naruto anime series Nine Tailed is a freakin demon which destroys everything which is a controversial to the actual Kyubii.

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