Category talk:Artists

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I did saw that the page has been erased, and that I ask a lot of questions. But does the list include all the artists that are represented by an article? Because - despite the fact that I know it is not the first thing to show about the fandom and that my personnal tastes could have a role in my request - I don't see a page for "mature content" artists such as Aaron (a little something, don't know if it's him), husky92, Maririn... So, I'm not crying or gngnhgn-ing, I just wonder if webcomics artist can have a page ^^ Maybe I just have missed it i dunno x) —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Ya0i world (talkcontribs) .

We do not have a separate category for mature artists, because they often do both clean and mature work. They are all just artists. --GreenReaper(talk) 17:28, 19 February 2016 (EST)
Ok I was just asking, thx. So it's possible to do an article for any artist? Is there a condition for someone to have an article? Also, I saw a looot of articles about people, are these people met at conventions for example, I mean very amateur artists can be present? (If... hm.. eg a friend of mine draw in his room, he can have an article?). I'm just curious and I don't really know how it works. But it's great if everybody can have a slice of wiki :-)
We have no notability criteria for writing about artists, or people, other than that they be related in some reasonable way to furry fandom. This might include an artist who is not specifically furry themselves, but whose work is liked by furries. Basically, would furries be interested in learning about the person? --GreenReaper(talk) 17:42, 19 February 2016 (EST)
Sow it's pretty open, okay! Ya0i wolrd (talk) 17:47, 19 February 2016 (EST)
Open within reason; even though Aesop wrote fables with anthro content, they may be included (may), Aesop?, no so much. Wikipedia can handle that subject - Spirou (talk) 18:09, 19 February 2016 (EST)
Yeah, open to the relevant content so, however the popularity? If I understand we should include the content that (a) is furry interest and (b) should be handled by people within the community? ^-^ If it's too general, better let it to Wikipedia, but if the community can enjoy it, and that it's furry, direct to WF :-) Ya0i wolrd (talk) 05:29, 20 February 2016 (EST)

Traditional and Digital[edit]

With the rist of digital furry artists, it has become much harder to find artists that use traditional media. Colored Pencal, paint, water color, etc.

Shouldn't categories be created that express this. Traditional Artists, Digital Artists, Mixed media artists.