Marc Schirmeister

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Marc Schirmeister
Other names Schirm
Born 1958
Profession or hobby Animation artist, illustrator, Rowrbrazzle founder
Character species N/A

Marc Schirmeister, also known as Schirm (born February 6, 1958), is a classic arts illustrator, comic artist and animation storyboard artist that's been mostly a "behind the scenes" player in the furry fandom since its beginnings. His professional full and freelance works includes stints at Warner Bros., DIC, and Saban. He currently resides in Pasadena, California, USA.


[edit] Fandom involvement

An early art contributor to Vootie (the magazine recognized as the precursor for the early 1980's furry fanzines,) he is also credited for the creation (along with John Cawley) of the long running APA Rowrbrazzle. He edited Brazzle for the first nineteen issues, then gave up control to long-time science fiction, animation, and furry connoisseur, Fred Patten.

He is the creator of the Okanozians, a race of reptile-like centaurs with a very Fleischerian look about them. An advanced alien race of (wingless) centaur dragons, from the planet Okanozie.

[edit] Sci-Fi fandom

As a greymuzzle, Schirm was active in science fiction fandom from the early 1970's. His covers and filler art appeared in too many SF zines to count, and continue to do so. In 2006 he was awarded the Rotsler Award for his fanart by the Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society. He was also nominated for the 2006 National Fantasy Fan Federation Fan Art award.

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Contributors and members of Rowrbrazzle
Marc Schirmeister · John Cawley · Fred Patten · Edd Vick · William Earl Haskell
Permanent Honorary Members
Ken Sample (1988 - onwards) · Fred Patten (2006 - onwards) · Marc Schirmeister ( ? - onwards)
Juan Alfonso · Robert Alley · Kaijima Appleseed · Kjartan "Karno" Arnorsson · Mark D. Ashworth · James Edward Babcock · Donna Barr · Greg Bear  · Mitch Beiro · James W. 'Tibo' Birdsall · James L. Brandt · Andrea Cavallaro · Michael Campbell · Dan Canaan · Robert Carspecken · Jack Cavanaugh · Richard Chandler · Jimmy Chin  · Don Chisholm · Steve Corbett · John Cosgriff · Mike Curtis (often with Carole Curtis)  · Darin C. Davis  · Bernard Doove · David DuPerre · Eric Elliott  · Will Faust  · Timothy Fay · Bill Fitts · Dan Flahive  · Bill Fortier  · Brad W. Foster  · Mark Freid  · Jason "Jagafeh" Gaffney  · Carl Gafford  · Charles Garofalo · Roz Gibson · Sara K. Gray  · Jim Groat · William Earl Haskell · Robert S. Haynie Jr. · Cathy Hill  · Robert Hill · Garret Ho  · Tracy Horton · Zephery Hughes · Jenner · Mike Kazaleh · Shawn Keller · Mike Kelly · Steve Kerry · Paul Kidd · Kris Kreutzman · Dave Kuhn · Tom Linehan · Monika Livingstone · Scott Malcomson · Steve Martin · Jed Gary Martinez · Michael-Scot McMurry · Chuck Melville · Mark Merlino · Karl F. Meyers · Noah Miller · Tom Milliorn · Rusty Mills · Rudy Minger · Carolyn Mitchell · Wayne Modjeski · Jeremy Morales · J.P. Morgan · Phil Morrissey · Cindy Murata · Lex Nakashima · Per Okerstrom · Rod O'Riley · Tom Owens · Michael Oxley · Valerio Pastore · Roy D. Pounds II · James "Q" Price · Betty Roget · Melody Rondeau · Lance Rund · Stan Sakai · Chris Sanders · Chris Sawyer · Lou Scarborough · M. Schaefer · Steven F. Scharff · David Schneberger · Bob Scott · Axel Shaikman · Jay Shell · Ted Sheppard · James Smith · Terrie Smith · Wolf Smith · Chris Sobieniak  · John Speidel  · Mark Stanley · Joe Strike · Peter Stoller · Michael J. Susko Jr. · Henry Thiel · G. W. Thomas · Marc S. Tucker · Tom Verre · Diana Vick · Edd Vick · Mark Wallace · Wendell Washer · Taral Wayne · Deal Whitley · Colleen Winters · Jeff Wood · Zjonni
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