Wolf designs and animators are making furries, cartoon animals and other art from a new generation of animators and illustrators.
In a piece on her website, illustrator and animator Lisa Rose describes her work as an “outrageous, bold, and daring vision.”
Rose has worked on some of the most famous Disney and Pixar animated films, including the “Frozen” films and the upcoming “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” which she says is a major influence for her work.
Rose has worked with some of today’s most prominent artists, including Chris Foss, who was hired by Pixar and worked on the “Cars” films, as well as artists like Nick Kroll, who also worked on “The Lion King,” and Mike Mignola, who created the “Hellboy” series.
Rose’s work is in some ways reminiscent of the work of illustrators like Marc Schettler and Steve Ditko, who worked on films like “Star Wars” and “Iron Man.”
Rose’s work, though, is not as straightforward.
She uses her artistic flair to create a sort of surrealistic, dream-like, and dreamy world.
Rose also has a background in animation, illustrating for the animated feature “Toy Story,” and has created many of her own characters.
She says her background is helping her create new characters, and that she is also helping artists like Foss, Kroll and Mignoloms draw new stories.
Rose says her work also has been influenced by the work and life of animal creators.
“Animators and their artists have been telling us that animals are human beings and human nature,” she says.
“And we can use that as a way to push the boundaries of human expression.”
Rose’s first book, “Wolves in Winter,” is set to hit bookstores this fall.
Her book will also be available for pre-order at some retailers.