Eric Djingarey

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Eric Djingarey (born October 2, 1983), also known as Monsieur Raton, FoxCoon, FurryFoxCoon, and AnkoCoon, is a avid furry artist and 3D modeler.

Fandom involvement[edit]

Most of Eric Djingarey's media can be found on several non-furry (such as deviantART) and furry art sites. He also translates and maintains an archive of furry webcomics ("bandes dessinées") such as Closet Coon. [1]


Eric Djingarey's fursona, a young racoon named Anko (originally created as Mapachito in 1998), is a 3D designed character, whose evolutionary design since inception can be found at the WIP (Work In Progress) forum of the online magazine for French 3D artists, 3DVF.[2] (French only)

Video game design[edit]

Eric worked on the process of creating a video game based on the concept and idea of Nintendo 64's Bomberman64, untitled Chibis Bomba,[3] with the hopeful intent to release it for the Windows XP and Windows Vista operating systems, and the XBox 360 gaming platform.

The beta version of the game is available on the Chibis Bomba official web site.

Actually Eric is creating video game with Indie game developper like PolygonSnake[4], Slice of Sky[5] and many short game on WeekGames[6] Like OxXo, SokobanCoon and Chibis BoOmbers.


  1. French version of Closet Coon (Rated 18+ !)
  2. Work in progress thread about Eric Djingarey's character, Anko
  3. Work in progress thread about Eric Djingarey's Chibis Bomba project
  4. PolygonSnake
  5. Slice of Sky
  6. Week Game's projects

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