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A club dedicated to artwork of characters with multiple arms.
Founded 3 Years ago
Jul 1, 2010


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141 Members
230 Watchers
33,042 Pageviews
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Arms Army rules!

Hello and welcome to the Arms Army! :salute:
We specialize in characters with multiple arms.

Submitting work
Click "Contribute art" at the top and choose some work. You can submit one piece per day. The artwork must clearly show a multi-armed subject. No mature content is accepted.

Human or nonhuman?
Consider only the multiarmed subject(s) in the picture. If the subject looks mostly human, it belongs in human. Otherwise, nonhuman. Most anthro art, and otherwise, are nonhuman. Look in the folders for examples. These are just guidelines as the line is hard to draw sometimes. In such cases, you are free to decide where it belongs.

Becoming a member
Just click "join our group" and you will be a member automatically. Members can submit 5 artworks per day.

Four features are chosen at the start of each month by our curators. Be sure to view them and their artists and send some attention their way. Many are open for requests/trades/commissions, and their userpages will have the most recent information.

:squee: Enjoy!


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Exodrake Dec 2, 2013  Student General Artist
Hi there :)

I think the wording in the group folders could use work. Instead of "human" and "non-human/anthro", how about "humanoid" and "not-so-humanoid"? I'm grateful for the group submission request but at the same time, I'm somewhat offended by my character being considered "human" because he crosses over an arbitrary threshold of anthropomorphism.
Hexaditidom Dec 2, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey, thanks for being cool. You bring up a good point. I find that these labels are not perfect but they seem helpful to the majority. I can move your work to nonhuman if you like; it's no trouble, and artists like *Jesseth draw very humanoid characters but prefer the nonhuman category.
The line is hard to draw sometimes but I'll see if I can clarify it.
Jesseth Dec 4, 2013  Student Digital Artist
-appears from the abyss-
hehe in my instance I preferred the nonhuman category not because of external appearance, but because at the time I had put a crazy amount of work into making up a unique bio-chemistry. All the way down to things like chemical makeup, metabolism and nutrients required. They are fairly antropomorphic, I guess considering their traits they were either going to swing towards 'furries in space' alien or noticeably humanoid... we'll see how they turn out if I revisit them sometime!
Exodrake Dec 3, 2013  Student General Artist
I would like that very much. Thank you :)
LoneStranger Sep 14, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
leduc-gallery Sep 14, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Thank you for the request. It's good to know that the four armers have a home and are not judged here. You have no idea how my life has been. (Joining)
GLoeNn Sep 12, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
thanx a lot for the request yeah
Lem0nGin Jul 21, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This has to be one of the greatest groups ever. Thank you.
HauntedHomo Jul 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
this group is so coooooooo
drawitout Jul 23, 2013  Professional General Artist
Glad you think so. c:
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