Artist: visual commodity
Visual Commodity is an American amateur anthropomorphic artist. Born in Mission Viejo, Callifornia on December 2, 1985, VC moved to Rochester, New York in early 1992 with his family; where he still resides to this day.
Art came to VC later in his years, really not picking up a pencil to draw until he was 21. In contrast to the late start, VC was an avid admirer of anthro-art for years prior. Many of his early pieces (none of which ever made it to the internet) were influenced by artists such as: Jeremy Bernal, Jeremy Mullins (a.k.a. Polar), DCRabbit and others.
VC didn't open an art account until September 22, 2010 on the furry community website FurAffinity, in hopes of making a small splash in the furry community. Although, he never managed the "splash" he intended; but slowly trying to make a name for himself.
Most of his works are only in sketch form, rarely showing finished works. A slight bit of a perfectionist, which usually leads to the demise or abrupt ending of many works, VC struggles with many vices of an artist.
His posting rate is slow, sometimes seeing hiatuses in duration of weeks.