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This article is about the U.S. artist. There is also a German artist called Bloodhound Omega.
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Bloodhound (whose real name is Kim; born August 27, 1981) is a married artist living in Kentucky, USA. She was introduced to furry in 2000, although she had been drawing anthropomorphic art for several years already. Her work is often erotic in nature, though humor and cute things crop up as well. She was the Guest of Honor at IndyFurCon 2014.

Her trademark character, Bloodhound, is an overweight female American Staffordshire Terrier (pit bull). Bloodhound is best known for depicting this character (and others) as being sexy despite her size, and has received praise for the honesty in her art.[1]

Bloodhound can sometimes be found on Tapestries MUCK, and her art is found at Fur Affinity. She attends conventions (AC, MFF, FCN, and IFC) and the occasional meet-up through the KY Furs group. Kim was born in Michigan, but moved to Ohio to attend the Columbus College of Art and Design where she received her BFA in traditional animation. Shortly after marrying, she headed further south to Louisville, where she currently resides.

This artist takes commissions frequently, offering both digital and traditional artwork. She uses mostly Tria and Copic markers, watercolors, Micron pens, and acrylic paint.


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