Thanks to all the folks who put their ConFuzzled photos online, as well as the ConFuzzled staff themselves!
ConFuzzled! Photo by Tiger Tom.
The photos from the AC2006 FurSuit PhotoShoot are now online. You can find them here:
Thank you! :)
After taking far too long to process and post them, I've finally gotten the pictures from the ConiFur Northwest 2005 Photoshoot finished.
You can find them here:
Sorry for the delay!
Comments or questions about the photoshoot are always welcome. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org .
FYI: The FC2004 images are now online!
You can find them here:
All of my images are up, as are Kyreeth's. They're sorted into Kyreeth's shots, My shots (broken down into alphabetic groups) and Group shots. Please make use of the voting tool to rate the images as you wish. If you create an account on the system (simple and free) you can also leave comments. The images that were requested to remain private are locked from public viewing.
Accounts and passwords to access the locked galleries will be emailed out to those in the pictures. This may take up to another week or so from this posting.
All images are for personal viewing only. All rights are reserved by Anthro Arts and Education (AAE), Monoceros Media and Ashley Kitto. Copyright 2004. Do not reproduce or distribute without permission. Thank you. :)
Note: We expect a bandwidth crush as folks first find this site and start downloading tons of images. Please be patient. They will remain online for a minimum of one year, so there'll be plenty of time to get the pictures. Mirror-sites of this gallery are welcome but only by permission. Please contact us before mirroring. Thank you!
BBC Online has a story on the new red squirrel refuge in Whinfell Forest, Cumbria. The story includes a couple of very good pictures of the endangered squirrels.
The Columbus Pride Parade last weekend was a great success. Many Ohio furs participated in conjunction with the local Anglican church. Here's a link to over 130 pictures of fursuits, floats, and crowds at the parade:
Also, check out http://trickster.wereanimal.net/omcp03/ for new pictures by Senajit of the Ohio Morphicon Picnic of the previous week, which I've hosted on my site at his request.
For those who have been asking me about it, (again and again), the RCFM Picture Gallery is now up and running on the RCFM website.
Just click the link on the RCFM home page, or go straight to this URL --> http://narf.wereanimal.net/gallery/
...and see how much fun we had in this, our first year ever! Get your registration in for 2004 and come join us for all the fun next year. ;)
Cannon, the Party Pony, was recently snapped at Cartoon Network Studio. You can see the picture at www.t-mobile.com. Just click on the See/Send/Share contest and check May 14th.
Cannon visited the studio when his owner, an employee at CNS, found out that two popular South American TV costume characters were appearing. The cat and bird in the photo are major stars (along the line of Barney) in South America. During their tour of the studio, the Latin pair were surprised to find a fellow costume. When an employee grabbed his T-Mobile camera phone, they posed in the studio elevator. Later, when Cannon heard the employee would earn $500 for the photo, the Party Pony stated, "that ain't hay!". Cannon recently won the furdance contest at CF.
While photo manipulation is popular enough as a technique to blend human and animal characteristics in a single artistic image, Daniel Lee manages to do it without using any animal photos at all. Proof of how little is needed to change a human face into a recognizable animal likeness is stunning, if uncanny.
BERGENFIELD, New Jersey (AP) -- Two youngsters who wanted to sing along with Barney the Dinosaur opened a music book and discovered a photograph of a man and woman in a naked embrace.
The photo, which ran under the words "Wilder Sex," was in a "Sing-Along Songs Barney" book a couple bought for their 4- and 7-year-old children.
Rosemarie Arnold, an attorney for the unidentified family, said the photo came from a review of pornographic movies published in a German-language magazine.
See rest of article here.....
Construction is going on fulltime in old Downtown Pomona on 2nd St. in Southern California, preparing the storefront set for the upcoming 2003 movie of Cat in the Hat, starring Mike Myers as the cat! :)
The BBC is carrying an article here about a remote camera trap in Africa managing to take a picture of a relative of the mongoose (called Lowe's servaline genet) previously known only through the discovery of a pelt by a British explorer, 70 years ago. Pretty animal. }:)
For those who attended Pawpet Megaplex or those who did but would like to see what went on here is a link the pictures from the con website: http://www.pawpet.org/cp.php3?forcecon=mp2002 The items of interest are the Fursuit group pictures, new costumes,staged photography, folks working the con, people attending, events, gaming, the variety show and general documentation of the con which was held March 8-10th. Feel free to look through the pictures and caption those with your witty comments.
Submitted by Tugrik (FC2002 Photographer and FurryMUCK Wiz):
For those interested, the pictures from the Further Confusion 2002 "Fursuit Photo Shoot" are being posted. The first 1/3rd of them are online, and more will be added over the space of this week. You can find them, and other Further Confusion photographs, at:
It's a new imageserver coded by Darren New, and this is its shakedown cruise. So far it's been holding up pretty well. Comments and criticisms are welcomed. The server has a 'comment' interface on each picture if you wish to use it; otherwise feel free to contact me directly at email@example.com.
The cover story of the January 2002 issue of National Geographic Magazine Wolf to Woof: The Evolution of Dogs. It's an excellent article, with some wonderful photographs. More information about the article is available here.