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MitoFox or Mito da Fox, also known as Erin the Swordmaker (real name Julian Ho; born July 14, 1976 - died March 15, 2022),[1] was a 3D animator, illustrator, and furry artist who lived in Indonesia.[1]


His character was usually depicted as a cute orange-colored fox who made a series of "Meep!" noises of varying emphasis and speed that vaguely sounded like English as his form of communication. (For example, "MeMeep! Me meep meep me-meepy?" means "Hello! How are you today?")


Mitofox primarily worked in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. He enjoyed drawing both anthro and non-anthro superhero and sci-fi characters, although the artwork that appeared in his deviantART gallery is predominantly furry in nature.


MitoFox passed away from complications from post-COVID (‘’’Omicron’’’ variant) recovery.


  1. 1.0 1.1 Julian Ho's biographyJulian Ho's Facebook Page on the Redwall Wiki. Retrieved August 21, 2013.

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