From WikiFur, the furry encyclopedia.
| Mark Wallace
| Other names
|| William Blackfox
|| October 28, 1952
| Date of death
|| September 13, 1997
| Profession or hobby
|| Illustrator, SCA member
| Character species
The Kingdom of Warthaven
Mark Wallace, also known as William Blackfox (born October 28, 1952 - died September 13, 1997), was an artist, Rowrbrazzler, and member of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA).
Wallace drew an anthropomorphic comic strip untitled The Kingdom of Warthaven for newsletters of the SCA, and the comic book Vixens' keep.
Mark died early in the morning of September 13, 1997 from a brain aneurysm.
The William Blackfox Awards
The SCA decided in 2000 to create a world-wide publishing award called the William Blackfox Awards in honor of Mark Wallace:
||Master William Blackfox was the author and illustrator of the cartoon Warthaven. He gave generously of his time and talents, and was very supportive of the Kingdom Chroniclers until his untimely death. To honor his memory, the Office of the Society Chronicler sponsors the annual Master William Blackfox Awards to recognize excellence in the work of Chroniclers and newsletter contributors.
- ↑ Filking Around. Retrieved September 28, 2006.
- ↑ Rec.org.sca post by Marc Carlson. Dated September 13, 1997. Retrieved ?.
- ↑ The William Blackfox Web Awards page on the Office Of The Æthelmearc Webminister website. Retrieved May 19, 2020.