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Cover to Heat #5, by oCeLoT

oCe, full oCeLoT , also known as electricgecko, Kattything and Telgamar (real name Amara Telgemeier; born January 10, 1982,)[1] is a furry artist who lives in Portland, Oregon, USA.


oCe grew up in San Francisco, California, moving later to Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada,[1] before settling in Portland, Oregon.[2]

Portions of her childhood are depicted in an August 2014 graphical autobiography by her sister, Raina Telgemeier.[3][4]

Fandom involvement[edit]

oCe has been active in the furry fandom since at least January 1998.[5] she spent five years as a champion of Further Confusion's Iron Artist competition; she won her Iron Artist Spotty title from Jim Groat in 2002 and handed it over to Iron Artist Control Point (Egypt Urnash) for the 2007 contest.

oCe has contributed to The Bestiary, The Disqualified Portfolio, Wild Cats of the World, Heat and X. She was a paid member and compagnon at ArtSpots[6] and also maintained the YiffNet Visual Directory.


oCe's fursona is an ocelot with cream/beige/rust/black fur and radioactive lime eyes.[7][2] She also has an illuminated phoenix costume.[8]


  1. 1.0 1.1 oCeLoT (electricgecko) on LiveJournal. Retrieved 30 June 2015.
  2. 2.0 2.1 oCeLoT's "about the artist" page on Critter.net, archived by the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine
  3. Raina Telgemeier Shares the Secrets of "Sisters" - Alex Deuben, Comic Book Resources (4 September 2014)
  4. Raina Telgemeier: An illustrated life (close archive bar, select skip this ad) - Jennifer M. Brabander, The Horn Book (16 October 2014, archived 21 October 2014)
  5. Photograph at ConFurence 9 with Amy Pronovost. ["Double Vision: A pair of Amaras, Me (on the left) and Amara Telgemeier (on the right). Taken at CF9, January 1998."]
  6. oCeLoT on ArtSpots, archived by the Wayback Machine on 8 December 2008.
  7. self - oCe, Fur Affinity (4 November 2012)
  8. phoenix profile (photo by Julia Wolf) - oCe, Fur Affinity (25 January 2012)

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