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Neubauje's mewtwo fursona floppybelly, as depicted by Hibbary.

Neubauje, also known as floppybelly (or floppybelly Ninetales on Second Life; née Jesse Neubauer; born June 29, 1990),[1] is a 3D artist from Columbus, Ohio, USA.[1]


In real life, Jesse is a Chase software engineer and alumnus of the Ohio State University who plays saxophone, knits, and wears a fez. Jesse has worked as an editor for several fanzines, as well as for Smunchy Games. Previous roommates include Crimson-wolf and Venbred. Jesse currently lives with their partner Jangalian, two corgis, and two cats.

Fandom involvement[edit]

Neubauje has served on the staff for AnthrOhio, organizing the Dealer's Den, Artist Alley, art programming track, and immersive attendee engagements from 2013 to 2016 and assisting with charity and theming since 2018. They organized the Dealer's Den for Fur Reality in 2016, and from 2017 onward assisted with their registration department. Jesse also serves as director of finance/treasurer, on the board of directors for IndyFurCon as of 2022, having staffed there in the Con Store and as Finance assistant since 2018. They joined the Dealer's Room staff of Anthrocon in 2019, after the convention and before the pandemic.

From 2009-10, floppybelly Ninetales was a DJ on Second Life, performing at such clubs as Gay Yiffy Club, The Yiff Factory, and The International Yiff Center. The music usually consisted of many genres, most notably classic rock.


Neubauje's fursona is an adaptation of Mewtwo, from Pokémon. They have also been depicted as other species, such as a Malabar giant squirrel or a greater angle-winged katydid, but no matter the shape, the cheetah-inspired markings and colors remain the same.


Neubauje makes small figurines out of pipe-cleaners, also known as pipeys. The subjects include fictional characters from comics, Pokémon, fantasy creatures, and real animals. This began business as Pipey Friends and More in the Artists Alley in 2009, later moving into the Dealer's Den in 2011, and vending until 2017. Neub has sold pipeys at Anthrocon, Midwest FurFest, AnthrOhio, IndyFurCon, Furry Connection North, Mephit Fur Meet, Furry Weekend Atlanta, Antheria, Fur Reality, Youmacon, and Texas Furry Fiesta. The art form was later adapted into Pipey Packs, a DIY craft kit with instructions on how to create a pipey accompanied by pre-selected pipe-cleaners.


  1. 1.0 1.1 summary from personal website. Retrieved July 20th, 2022

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