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Feline paws in Catwolf's style

Catwolf (also known as Bombchu or Kurosa) is a furry artist with Austrian heritage. She started creating furry art in November 2006, and for the five years prior to that drew anime-style art. She currently publishes mostly commissioned artwork of all kinds of themes. Catwolf's art has been featured in the Furoticon and Fur Pile trading card games.


Example of style and texture

Catwolf's style is a mixture of realism and comic book style, with some japanese anime elements mixed in. She defines herself with clean outlines and a unique way of shading that hints the texture of fur and scales. Most of her creations are of erotic nature, with preference to consensual settings. Catwolf is also known for her feet and paw fetish related artwork.


Catwolf's fursona is called Luucy, and is a hybrid between an fox and a mink. Her body is mostly blue, with darker arms and legs and white fingertips[1]. Her hair has a red hue similar to that of red wine.


  1. Refsheet of Luucy by Catwolf on Fur Affinity. Retrieved September 10, 2010

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