about

“Hi, I’m Tim.”

Designer. Artist. Colorist. Writer. Photographer. Technophile. Superhero. Geek.

Tim Georgi is a graphic designer, web programmer, artist, comic colorist, and photographer. Starting in media production in 1991, he mainly works as a freelance graphic designer, web developer and tech consultant for Skyfall Creative, a division of his media company Skyfall Communications.

Tim has done design work for a wide variety of clients over the years, including Amway, Upper Deck, UPS, Citibank, Pioneer Electronics, In-N-Out Burger, Novell, Motorola, FTD, Alliant Insurance, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and D-Link, to name a few.

Tim spent over 17 years staffing anime conventions around the country. He was the Senior Designer/Creative Director and media production guy for Anime Central and Anime Reactor in Chicago, and Anime Banzai in Salt Lake City. He was also the Editor-In-Chief and writer for @anime!, a web magazine about anime, manga and Japanese culture.

In the world of comics, Tim was the long-time designer and eventual webmaster for Elfquest.com, the website for the highly acclaimed fantasy comics series Elfquest and its publisher, Warp Graphics, Inc. During that time, he was the colorist for the first three European volumes of Elfquest: Dreamtime, released by Warp through German comics publisher Carlsen Verlag.

He is also the artist and writer for the (currently on hiatus) webcomics Beyond Neverwonder, a mixed-up cross between “Alice in Wonderland” and “Peter Pan,” and Foxtails, Inc., a slice-of-life tale about Kit, a poor fox that is cursed by the gods and randomly transforms into a female version of himself when too much electricity is around.

Under normal circumstances, he can be found working (usually), sleeping, or at home watching anime on various streaming services (Funimation! HIDIVE! Crunchyroll! Netflix! Prime! Hulu! I don’t discriminate.) or from his personal collection.

“Hi, I’m Tim.”

Designer. Artist. Colorist. Writer. Photographer. Technophile. Superhero. Geek.

Tim Georgi is a graphic designer, web programmer, artist, comic colorist, and photographer. Starting in media production in 1991, he mainly works as a freelance graphic designer, web developer and tech consultant for Skyfall Creative, a division of his media company Skyfall Communications.

Tim has done design work for a wide variety of clients over the years, including Amway, Upper Deck, UPS, Citibank, Pioneer Electronics, In-N-Out Burger, Novell, Motorola, FTD, Alliant Insurance, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and D-Link, to name a few.

Tim spent over 17 years staffing anime conventions around the country. He was the Senior Designer/Creative Director and media production guy for Anime Central and Anime Reactor in Chicago, and Anime Banzai in Salt Lake City. He was also the Editor-In-Chief and writer for @anime!, a web magazine about anime, manga and Japanese culture.

In the world of comics, Tim was the long-time designer and eventual webmaster for Elfquest.com, the website for the highly acclaimed fantasy comics series Elfquest and its publisher, Warp Graphics, Inc. During that time, he was the colorist for the first three European volumes of Elfquest: Dreamtime, released by Warp through German comics publisher Carlsen Verlag.

He is also the artist and writer for the (currently on hiatus) webcomics Beyond Neverwonder, a mixed-up cross between “Alice in Wonderland” and “Peter Pan,” and Foxtails, Inc., a slice-of-life tale about Kit, a poor fox that is cursed by the gods and randomly transforms into a female version of himself when too much electricity is around.

Under normal circumstances, he can be found working (usually), sleeping, or at home watching anime on various streaming services (Funimation! HIDIVE! Crunchyroll! Netflix! Prime! Hulu! I don’t discriminate.) or from his personal collection.

The History of Floof.

To say the site here has had a few designs would be a true understatement. Over the years, there had been changes depending on the hot thing I was consuming or stuff me and my friends were talking about. Suffice it to say, the site had had a few overhauls, so here we present a visual history of the designs for floofy.net, from the beginning to now.