Egypt Urnash

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Egypt Urnash, also known as Peganthyrus, is a furry artist and animation professional, heavily involved in the postfurry community. She sarcastically styles herself as an "evil vector queen" due to the fact that she uses Adobe Illustrator for most of her art.

"Egypt Urnash" is an anagram of her former online identity, Peganthyrus. Originally, "Egypt Urnash" was to be her pseudonym for any adult material work created. The use of an anagrammatic pseudonym is by way of tribute to one of her earliest artistic heroes, Edward Gorey.

Best known character wise by her former black dragon fursona, these days she's likely to manifest as a raccoon, a spider, or various reptiles. She was an early settler, and major figure, on PuzzleboxMUCK. Among other characters, she played Twin, a sentient black hole in vaguely anthropic form who beautifully embodies all the major themes of postfurry.

Professional (non-furry) works include her animation work for John Kricfalusi's Spümcø International. She coded the original version of the "Peggy's VCL Sieve", a simple artist-based filter for the VCL's recent uploads page.

Her half-sister is a radio station in New Orleans [[1]].

Her furry webcomic "[Five Glasses of Absinthe]" was paused for [a Tarot deck] and a breakup; her current project is a pretty much not-at-all-furry webcomic called "[Decrypting Rita]". She plans to get back to Absinthe when that's done.

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