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Rika Wulf, also known as Erin Vervalin (born March 24, 1989, in Pasadena, Texas, U.S.A.), is a furry artist.


Rika lived in a small house with her parents and her five younger siblings for most of her life. Soon after high school, she moved to La Porte, Texas, with her cousin. After only a year she moved out to live with her soon-to-be husband, Noctome, better known as Daniel Vervalin. As of January, 2012, she resides in an apartment in Houston.



Rika has been drawing all her life, and has been interested in anthropomorphic art since she was twelve. Her style is mainly a smooth mix between toony and realistic, and her media include marker, colored pencil, watercolor, acrylic paint, and clay.

The wolf[edit]

Rika is a female timber wolf. She can be seen in a feral or an anthro form, though she prefers feral. She was created with extreme care and has a spiritual connection with her creator, Erin. She is not just a character, but an extension of Erin.

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