Farrington's main art tools are a Wacom tablet and the digital art app Paint Tool SAI. Many of his comics and other artworks involve the topics of transformation, vorarephilia, and babyfur material. He has collaborated with his friend, Jennifer Brown, in some of his works.
Originally, Kelvin was one of the main characters in one early comic series, Hell's Leftovers. Since then, he has been a frequent cameo host (like Bill Cosby for the Fat Albert series) of his webcomics. Another of the handiest cameo-hostings was in Kitty Omega, where he explains a few exciting odds-and-ends in the whole concept of the comic plot.
The Lie is a mini-comic created in 2000. Being rather zany it takes place somewhere in the Australian outback, whereas a daffy platypus constantly makes a knucklehead of himself and talks ridiculous rubbish. And he is not alone, as the platypus is acquainted by a grey kangaroo, whom he attempts to seek some truth out of him.
This comic remains unfinished, for Farrington intended it to be done in seven pages, each (via the colored settings) in colors of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet), in no particular order. However, only four (in orange, violet, green, and blue) renderings materialized, leaving the rest a mystery.
- Kelvin.com - Chris Farrington's official website
- Kelvin the Lion on DeviantArt
- Kelvin the Lion on Fur Affinity
- Kevin the Donkey on Fur Affinity
- Kelvin the Lion on Inkbunny
- Kelvin the Lion on Transfur
- Chris Farrington on the VCL
- Chris Farrington on the Yerf Historical Archive
- Kelvin the Lion on Patreon
- Kelvin the Lion on Picarto
- Kelvin the Lion on YouTube
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