Welcome back to another week of awesome furry art. It’s time for some late summer fun, mischievous mushrooms, and wild werewolves.

Let’s enjoy some summer fun before the fall settles in, eh? And we’ll start with the #7 pick:

7. Beachside Water Lounging

Kicking off this week’s list is an alluring waterside piece by Creamie Cosmos. Lots of splash and lots of shine with this one. And some pretty neat translucent effects with the water and with the pool ring. A nice use of bright, warm and cool colors to make this a relaxing and eye-catching late summer piece.

6. Snake Charmer

Typically it’s the snakes that are charmed, but when Fivel’s the artist, it looks like the snake is the one doing the charming! We get a nice looking snake gal done in a pinup style commission for the #6 pick. But there’s more than alluring looks that net this the spot. I’m absolutely liking the orange-and black, and the various patterns that the snake has. You got the diamond-like pattenrs on her tail, short stripes on her inner belley, stripes on her arms, and a pretty cool design for the hood.

5. Mushroom Madness

Silverfox steals our hearts (and mushrooms!) once again with this #5 pick. I hope those ones aren’t poison! Or maybe they’re making poison? Who knows when it comes to the mischevious characters of Silverfox. It’s also with this piece that the artist shows off that they can really draw plants and the like – look at the level of detail on those mushrooms! And once you’re done with that, don’t forget to check out the more comedic aspects of the piece. Looks like our little fox friend has picked more than he can handle!

4. Aquarium

Looks like the splashy fun in the water continues – only it’s in a different form with this one. Lehyen presents a really cool, scenic aquarium piece that takes the #4 spot. The big thing I like with this picture is the angle. Having that looking-up, somewhat slanted angle really makes the aquarium seem big and sweeping, as if it really does wrap around and past the picture. And all of the little sea critters Lehyen packed into the picture is a nice touch, too.

Don’t go too out to sea, however. We’ve still got the honorable mentions to check out:

Hard at Work
Time to cook up some potions. Art by Tiny Cactus
Octomaid Marshmallow under the sea
You’ve seen a furmaid – here’s an octo-fur! Art by Akipesa
Another lovely alluring lady! Art by Vexstacy

Some pretty pinky powerful honorable mentions, right? Now onto the top three, starting with:

3. Death Stride

Kicking off this week’s top three is this fearsome Tauren mage coming down on some unfortunate elf. Man, it really seems like World of Warcraft fan art just can’t stay off these lists. But with awesome pieces and character designs like this, can you really blame them? Jadan makes the Tauren look absolutely menacing, with a burning cart behind him and blue flame conjured in his hand, complete with glowing, menacing blue eyes.

2. Dungeon Calamaty

Up next is this pretty chaotic scene done for Humblewood by Christina Krauss. Now this is a piece of promotional art, eh? You’ve got a nice blend of animal folk, all of different classes, coupled with a fearsome statue falling apart. Going off of the expressions of the characters, it looks like all hell’s about to break loose. And Krauss pulled this idea off perfectly – each character is not just a different race, but different enough color to stand out, with clothes that give some nice indication as to what class they are. The level of detail and nice use of color is the icing on the cake.

And the top piece for this week is:

1. Midnight Hunt

Spooky Month starts early this year, with a frightening werewolf picture done by Anna Podeworna. But this isn’t just any other werewolf picture – this was done for Innistrad: Midnight Hunt. Which is a reurn to the gothic horror-inspired plane of the multiverse. And there’s quite a bit that add up to the fearsome aspect of this charater. For example – look at those claws! They look so powerful and large. The red glow of what I’m assuming is a campfire of some kind also adds to it. The werewolf has a full blast of those hot colors, giving an intense, almost demonic edge to the character.

Congratulations and well done Anna Podeworna, your piece is the #1 pick for this week!

And that brings another week of furry art to a close. But what dod you think about this list? Did you like it, or disagree with it? Let me know in the comments, and I’ll see you all next week!