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I've been a Furry since as far back as I can remember, way before I ever knew there was a term for such a thing (yes, I come from the dark ages of people who grew up without cell phones and internet). I've been drawing since I was 3, and any 'people' I would ever draw were always anthro animals. I stumbled upon the Furry Fandom in the summer of 99, and have been sharing my own stuff since shortly after that.
I've been sharing my art with the fandom for over 15 years now, and am currently living off of the support of commission work and art sales. That support is something pretty damn amazing to me, and I hope I'm able to keep it up for many more years to come. I've fallen out of being as responsive as I used to be, and I'm sorry for that, but I do still appreciate everyone's comments and notes, even if I can't always respond to all of them.
Big Thanks to everyone who enjoys my scribblings, regardless of whether you ever buy a thing or not. For the majority of the past decade, my reason for sharing what I drew was simply because I enjoy making people smile, laugh, or pop a boner. Even though I'm drawing for a living now, my primary motivation is still the thought of making as many people as I can a little bit happier through my drawings.
I have lots of ideas for other things to offer my audience and supporters, including wanting to shift a bit more back to general-audience appeal over private commission work, and I hope to be able to make some of them a reality in the years to come. I'm bad about forgetting these Profile spaces, but I'll try to be better about keeping relevant information regarding my galleries and current doings here.
I'm currently closed for new commission work, but several reward levels for my Patreon supporters include getting Art Slave stream time, sketches, or patron-exclusive sketch-chance stream sessions, as well as early accessibility to new and unposted work: