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Well known artist and author, he self published four books called the furry-Conan series "N'duk the Hunter".


Uncle Kage:

Due to wit and storytelling abilities, He is known as the face of Anthrocon, the largest furry convention.

What else can a furry do?

Furry artists, writers, and publishers produce a prolific amount of drawings, paintings, stories, comic books, fanzines, puppets, and small press books, as well as sculpture, textile art, fiction, music, and photography. While most of this fan-created art is distributed through nonprofessional media, such as personal websites, some is published in anthologies, by Amateur Press Associations, or in APAzines. Furry artwork is also available through websites devoted entirely too furry art produced by multiple artists, while other sites contain furry artwork under the term "anthro". A few works of furry art have also been released in mainstream culture, and furry artwork has appeared on commercial apparel.

There are several webcomics featuring animal characters created by or for furry fans; as such, they may be referred to as "furry comics". One such comic, T.H.E. Fox, was first published on CompuServe in 1986, predating the World Wide Web by several years, while another, "Kevin and Kell" by Bill Holbrook, has been awarded both a Web Cartoonist's Choice Award and an Ursa Major Award. Below are some links to sample works, with list of well known artist to go with it, as well with resources. [Source] [To The Top]

Poison In a killer's Sketchbook Volle
Malice's tail Design Blotch's Artwork