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Calendars for 2014 ["Rare", "Werewolf"]

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Two popular and well-known anthropomorphic art calendars are completed again, and taking orders for 2014. The Rare Calendar is dedicated to anthropomorphic species that are less usually drawn. This year, the theme is “festivities”, which each of 13 artists drawing anthro characters celebrating various holidays from around the globe. Artists like: Ashalind, Bloodhound Omega, Heather Bruton, Centradragon, Alector Fencer, Firefeathers, Golden Druid, Katmomma, Nimrais, Donna Quinn, Rhyu, ShinigamiGirl, and Windfalcon. The Rare Calendar web site has more details and order information. Meanwhile the Werewolf Calendar (which speaks for itself!) includes lycanthropic art from the likes of Maria Anisimova, Balaa,  Blotch, Dark Natasha, Sarah Finnigan, Goldenwolf, Katie Hofgard, Kyndir, Nambroth, Nimrais,  Synnabar, Tachit, and Vantid. Check out their web site to order a copy, or to order last year’s calendar if you missed it.


image c. 2013 by ShinigamiGirl

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Umm, I hardly think red foxes would count as "rare" (or werewolves, but going by the artist list this and the article information, this is "Rare"'s February); maybe are they maned wolves or something that looks a heck of a lot like red foxes, and I'm just missing it?

That being said, the art is fantastic; theme appropriateness can take a hike, honestly.

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They appear to have given up on the "rare species" idea and are just going with the yearly theme ("festivities").

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