Shippa

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Shippa, by herself

Shippa is a buxom Spanish sheep who likes to draw and code.

Created in 1998 with similar ingredients to those used to create Roxikat (anime style, anthropomorphic animals and a bit of fanservice), Shippa started her social life in FurryMUCK as an inflatable sheep, following the advices and suggestions of several friends such as Skipp, Morphy and Roxikat herself.

However, limited access to Internet and incompatible schedules severely reduced Shippa's activity for the following years. Her once fertile artwork suffered as well.

In summer 2003, she finally resumed her online activity, but under different conditions. She became a regular customer of the Emerald City Tavern and met new friends such as Cuprohastes, Sorien, Sslaxx, and Threyon, just to mention a few. Tired of the jokes about "love ewe" dolls, she dropped the "inflatable sheep" identity and redesigned herself as a fully flesh and bone ewe in summer 2004; she also resumed her art output in that moment, although years of drawing nearly nothing eroded her skills.

Samples of her art, mostly focused on furry and anime, plus guest artwork from artists such as Akira M, Jenkatgd and Yiffer Fox, are available at cngsoft.dyndns.org (unfortunately, the website is normally active from 9 AM to midnight GMT only). Her main coding project is CPCE, an Amstrad CPC emulator written in assembly for DOS, DPMI and Win32. She has also coded her own webserver in assembly, µHTTPS, and a retro 3D game named "Justin".

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