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- This page is about the artist named Balto. For the animated movie, see Balto.
Balto (real name Albert C. Peña; born January 17, 1970, in the Canal Zone, Panama - died September 13, 2021, in Texas, USA), was a furry artist who lived in Fort Worth, Texas, USA.
Balto was a freelance cartoonist and the creator of the comic strip Orville, and books adaptations, Orville #1: Dreams of Flight, Orville #2: Laugh Clown, Laugh, and Orville #3: Raiders of the Lost Trunk. Albert was also the creator of the webcomics Critter County and Hodges Pond.
Balto was a Guest of Honor at RainFurrest 2010 and Oklacon 2010. Balto's business name was Northern Lights Studio.
Balto's fursona was based on the titular wolfdog of the Amblin Entertainment's animated movie of the same name, Balto.
- Anthrocon - ?
- Further Confusion - ?
- Furry Fiesta - ?
- Oklacon - ?, 2010(*)
- RainFurrest - ?, 2010(*)
- ↑ Balto's profile on LiveJournal. Retrieved February 9, 2008.
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- Balto on Fur Affinity
- Balto on LiveJournal
- Balto on Twitter
- Hodges Pond official website
- Critter County official website
- Critter Country on DeviantArt
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