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This is not the same person as the similarly-named artist Seraph Vulpine.

Seraph is a Canadian artist who draws anthropomorphic and fantasy characters, but does not consider herself a 'furry' in the usual sense, wanting to keep her distance from the less flattering aspects of the fandom. She has been a member of some now-defunct trolling and mocking sites, but no longer participates in those.

Though she had once been a prolific artist in the Furry community, Seraph now only rarely updates her galleries or takes commissions. A large part of this is because she has developed Carpal tunnel syndrome.

Seraph's artistic style changes frequently, but tends to remain minimalist and semi-realistic, often with a gothic look. She has been influenced by fantasy artists such as Brian Froud and H. R. Giger, as well as underground comic book artists like Gilbert Shelton, Robert Crumb, and Art Spiegelman. In her art, she focuses heavily on 'Marasmus', an undead rat-human creature.

She also wrote and illustrated Dramatic Paws, a no-longer-updated web comic.

Seraph's own fantasy persona (fursona) is an elaboration of herself in real life: a chubby woman with angel's wings and minor lion features, such as ears and a tail, while otherwise being human. Despite this being referred to as such, she dislikes the term 'Fursona'.

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