Are you looking for Furry artwork or want to learn how to draw your own? R'ykandar Korra'ti's Art Materials FAQ provides information on what you'll need to start, while Terry Whittier's Artwork Preservation FAQ has advice for ways to care for artwork once it's finished. Mel White and Glen Wooten, after doing many lectures at conventions about copyright law, have compiled their knowledge into a Copyright FAQ.
Want to meet other Furry fans? There's probably a Furry convention near you! See our Conventions page for current listings. Furry conventions are a lot of fun. You can get an idea of what they're like by checking out KT's Cartoon Trip Diaries & Photos.
Nicodemus' Fursuit Pages provide a valuable web resource for creators of animal mascot costumes—from How To guides for fursuit construction, to materials needed for construction and pictures of various projects. fursuit.org has a mailing list for discussions on performing in costume, and an extensive FAQ on construction methods. If you don't want to build your own fursuit, Arend Studios, Don't Hug Cacti, and Mixed Candy offer custom fursuit design and creation.
Even though Furry fandom is smaller than other fandoms, it has started to attract the attention of the mainstream media! See our Furries In The News page.
Furry News and Mailing Lists
For news relating to Furry fandom—by fans and for fans—can be found at Furry News Network. You can find a local regional Furry mailing list in your area by browsing the Furry Mailing Lists page. FurDir and the Internet Furry Proximity Locator can also be handy in locating other Furry fans, and Furries MeetUp can provide a listing of regularly-scheduled furmeets in your local area.
Interested in playing a Furry character in an online roleplaying environment? How to Connect to FurryMUCK (and elsewhere) has technical info on getting started. While FurryMUCK is the largest of the MUCKs, there are many others to explore. See Descriptions of Various Furry MU*s for more information. You can also try Furcadia, a graphical online game. Another popular hangout for furries is Second Life
Mia's Index of Anthro Stories lists stories about furries, searchable by title, author, and keyword (including species). The Furry Writer's Guild focuses on helping writers of all levels and abilities improve the quality of Furry fiction.