Robert Hill

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Robert Hill
Other names Bob Hill
Date of death December 14, 2018
Spouse(s) or mate(s) n/a
Profession or hobby Artist, writer, fursuiter, fursuit maker
Character species Wolf
Bob Hill as a Disney cast member (middle, as Eeyore).
Bob Hill (left, in Bambioid suit), with Marc Schirmeister (middle), and fandom historian Fred Patten (right).

Robert Hill, also known as Bob Hill (died December 14, 2018),[1][2] was an early fandom furry artist, writer, fursuiter and professional fursuit maker.

Fandom involvement[edit]

Robert Hill was involved in Rowrbrazzle in the early years, sometimes doing stories with artists Pat Ortega and Wendell Washer.


His main character was Vawlkee, a Russian wolf-morph. Later he dropped out of Rowrbrazzle and began drawing hermaphrodite, Disney-style bears in various leather outfits. He published two collections of these drawings, Slave to Fashion 1 and 2, before mostly vanishing from the web. In his later years his health was poor.

Though his original Vawlkee account at Fur Affinity became inactive, since August 2016 he posted his art there using a new account.


Robert's fursuits have been seen at many conventions, including as far back as ConFurence 0, and he wore some of them on the MTV special about furries when he was interviewed. His most famous fursuit is the Bambioid costume, based on the characters of the artist Jerry Collins.


  1. RIP Robert Hill...For real this time post by Jim Groat. Dated December 17, 2018. Retrieved December 17, 2018.
  2. Twitter post by Socal Shepherd Retrieved December 17, 2018.

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