This was one of the first drawings of me, kindly drawn by my good friend, Justin Carpenter. He's a great friend, fellow gamer, and an excellent musician!
Back in 1996, I took a trip down to Maryland to see Justin. Dedicating one evening to drawing, Justin tapped my interest in playing drums and drew this up for me. Thanks, pal!
This had been buried in my things for several years, but I'm glad to have recovered it! Here is Peter LaVerdiere's rendition of me. Thanks, Peter!
In this second picture, Telzey really outdid herself with the details on my locomotive, Highball Sally. She's a very talented artist with a fine eye for detail!
Steve drew this one for me in the Summer of 1995. I was especially impressed with the smooth color texture!
I commissioned this picture from Gen around 1996. Seems like a skunkomotive's work is never done! ;) Thanks, Gen, for doing this for me!
Scotty Arsenault(Sully Fox)
Later in 1996, Scotty(who at the time had several publications in FURRLOUGH under his belt) drew this for me. It was quite a holiday gift, to say the least!
Here, Sully and Reeba help me re-enact that favorite scene of mine from "Bowling Alley Cat" ;)
One of Sully's quick sketches of me, tail steaming.
Another doodle of me, without my hat.
In July 1997, I had the pleasure of meeting many fine furs at Albany Anthrocon in New York! Over breakfast, Sully drew this pic for me.
Later that summer, I sent a picture to Sully to cheer him up. Looks like it worked!
Just for the fun of it, Sully drew me here in a "train of thought." *insert rimshot!*
Albert Temple(Gene Catlow)
In early 1997, I had the pleasure of getting to know Albert Temple. Not only is he an excellent artist, he's a great fur to talk to and is very helpful toward others! We've been in constant contact via e-mail ever since. In this picture, Gene has me giving a train ride to the AAWD(Anthropomorphic Artists for World Domination).
Here I am, meeting Gene Catlow "in the fur" for the first time! I hope it happens again someday.
Amidst Gene's meeting with MelSkunk at AAC97, I'm in the background, coloring sketches for friends at a party.
Here is the convention badge that Gene was kind enough to draw for me. Thanks again, Gene!
At one point, Gene did a series of pictures on Yerf.com, in which the Raccoon Kids met with various furs. I offered to spend some time with them, and they were only too happy to oblige =0)
All Aboard! Tessy and I go on a "doubleheader" skunk train ride.
This picture was inspired by Gene's meeting five different skunks on FurryMuck on the same day. I was only too happy to join the lineup!
Later in 1997, I sent Gene some .WAV files of some vocal impressions of various cartoon characters. I hope one day to do voiceovers for radio/television advertising.
In his webcomic, Gene Catlow, I was given the honor of a cameo in the "Grandville Days" Festival. Where else would I be, but driving a narrow-gauge locomotive? Thanks, old friend!