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Sergio Re (born in Rosario on 2 July 1978), known in the furry fandom as Zorro Re, is an Argentinian furry artist. Having formerly lived in Río Gallegos, Santa Cruz for ten years, he later relocated back to Rosario, where he currently resides. He is also the founder of the Unión Furry Argentina as well as coordinator for the sci-fi convention Leyendas.
The name Zorro Re is a combination of his last name, Re, with "Zorro", an appellation he got in high school the middle of 1992, reinforced by the finding of his art by peers and to his fursona, which was inspired by the main character in the Disney film Robin Hood.
He is nowadays working with his art, in the elaboration of comics, commercials, editorials (both independent and in web format); book covers, illustrations and commissions; and, in small measure, the design of mascots and logos. In addition, he was also involved in the organization of UFAcon and used to help with Animales Sueltos.
Ever since he felt an attraction to the anthropomorphic genre, he has seen classic series of this genre which are popular in the United States, principally.
Partly because his drawing of Rosie O'Gravy from Dog City resulted in something quite distinct from the original character, Zorro dubbed his drawing as "Victoria" on May 7, 1993, thus creating his first distinct character. He later drew fan drawings of characters from Robin Hood, SWAT Kats, Dinosaucers, Bucky O'Hare, Mighty Ducks, Samurai Pizza Cats and the Sonic franchise.