Saturday, July 31, 2010

FetishCon is coming! —
I'm leaving for FetishCon on Monday morning. I was going to squeeze in some drawing this weekend, but I'm really tired. I'll spend tomorrow getting ready to travel, and during the week while I'm in Tampa, I WILL be working! So look for more commissions!

Speaking of commissions, I'm VERY alarmed that only ONE commission sold this week! Last week sold out! What happened??

$45 Color Commissions! OVER-SOLD this week! —
$25 each additional character. CONTACT ME!
  1. Human Purgy and futa Watamaraka - DONE! - Link
  2. Neverwinter Nights threesome - DONE!
  3. busty wet Kim Possible - DONE!
  4. Desire Demon futa with Leliana - DONE!
  5. Miranda Lawson on all fours - DONE! - Link
  6. Shaak Ti and Aayla Secura in chains - DONE!
  7. Spider-Woman vs. Venom - DONE! - Link
  8. Wonder Woman vs. Poison Ivy - DONE!
  9. Desire Demon futa cums on Leliana's tits - DONE!
  10. Walkiria and Soviet Superwoman 69 - DONE!
  11. Leliana deepthroats a Desire Demon futa- DONE!
  12. Tamara deepthroats a bound man- DONE!
Questions? Look at MY RULES.


Friday, July 30, 2010

Complete Lisa 2010, Part 2! —

It's finally here! The second 100 commissions of 2010! Order HERE!


Thursday, July 29, 2010

Diana Knight as Wonder Woman —
Just a preview of what I'm working on right now!


Wednesday, July 28, 2010

People liked that last one I posted, so here's the third in the series. My fave so far. She's HUGE!!!


Sunday, July 25, 2010

R.I.P. Peter Fernandez —
I just learned that Peter Fernandez passed away 10 days ago. He was the American voice of Speed Racer in the 1960s and contributed to countless other Japanese import cartoons and TV shows. Ultraman, Star Blazers, Astro Boy, Gigantor, you name it. Reading his obituaries, I only now learned that he wrote those awesome silly lyrics for the Speed Racer theme song, and came up with those ridiculous villain names.

So awesome!

The first episode of Speed Racer is one of silliest, awesomest things ever made. WATCH IT REALLY GO!!!

P.S. - I was just watching this, and I realized... Peter is doing ALL the voices! ALL OF THEM! (Except Trixie, Mom and Spritle.) Speed, Pops, Sparky, Ace Deucey, ALL the board members... EVERYBODY, for Christ sake! Wow!

Giantess Jessica —
Just another preview of what I'm doing right now!

It's about time somebody requested a giant Jessica!
(If this pose looks familiar, it should!)


Saturday, July 24, 2010

The Pro - ANIMATED! —
LOL! If you're familiar with 'The Pro,' then you KNOW how dirty this will be! Go see it!

$45 Color Commissions! SOLD OUT! —
$45 full color commissions. $25 each additional character. CONTACT ME!
=== $5 sketches are STILL AVAILABLE, too! ===
  1. Giantess Jessica Rabbit 1 - DONE! - Link - Link
  2. Giantess Jessica Rabbit 2 - DONE!
  3. Giantess Jessica Rabbit 3 - DONE! - Link
  4. 'Critical Mass' Polonium - DONE!
  5. Big Barda, Wonder Woman and Donna Troy - DONE!
  6. Jessika rides her demon slave - DONE!
  7. Little Polonium - DONE!
  8. Watamaraka in the mirror - DONE!
  9. Koryander in armor - DONE!
  10. Mission Vao herm - DONE!
Questions? Look at MY RULES.


Friday, July 23, 2010

Computer Trouble update —
As of 3pm eastern, it looks like I've got this thing licked. I should be drawing again in a couple of hours!

UPDATE: YES! I'm back up and running!

ComiCon vs. Phred Phelps —
This is awesome. Just awesome. GO SEE IT.


Thursday, July 22, 2010

Computer STILL Phucked --
I do NOT have Windows 7 reinstalled, and I have NOT been able to get a new copy of Windows 7. I've been running Ubuntu since midday, learning to use GiMP instead of Photoshop. It does ALMOST everything I need EXCEPT the couple of things I ABSOLUTELY NEED IT TO DO. Of course.

Ubuntu is by far the friendliest linux, but holy shit is it ever wonky! Just unpredictable and squirrelly as hell. I've tried every version of Ubuntu for the last 10 years or so, and they never get any better. Freezing and crashing all over the place, IF you can get it installed at all. You can't find the software you need, and even if you do, it won't run. Then there's the stuff that can't be installed unless you're a goddam linux programmer. (Stop it with the "log in as root" shit! Just STOP IT!!!)

So... Ubuntu is never more than a fall-back. I wish it was better.

Tomorrow I have ONE last thing I want to try, and after that... I just don't know.

P.S. - I'm not looking for advice, thanks. I got it.

Even 'Casper' is all Bad-Ass Now?!! --
While I'm dealing with my computer troubles, take a look at the 'NEW' Casper.

Poor Wendy is a Suicide Girl, now.
HERE's who's doing it.


Wednesday, July 21, 2010

My Windows 7 computer, the one I use for art, has been acting wonky for weeks. I've been planning for some time to do a restore or even a re-install. Windows users are used to that, and I'm always prepared for it. I always keep backups of everything, and I even keep extra hardware. And I never, ever use my internal hard drive for storage.

So... I was actually in the process this afternoon of starting a full restore when everything just froze and quit. Normally, with all my preparation, this just means a re-install and maybe plug in a back up hard drive (which I have handy). Well, it ain't that easy...

The problem is, I can't just run a repair or restore from the various disks I've made because the hard drive that failed won't boot at all. Furthermore, my copy of Windows 7 is an UPGRADE version, which means it WILL NOT install unless the original Vista OS is present... which it ain't.

Now, I never throw anything away. The original Vista hard drive that came with this machine is in storage IN TAMPA. In other words, NOT NEAR ME. Ironically, I'll be in Tampa in 10 days or so, but that doesn't help me RIGHT NOW.

The only immediate solution I can think of is to buy and download a NEW copy of Windows 7, which will avoid similar problems in the future... but it'll cost like $200. That's what I'm gonna do, though. Getting started right now... (Just hoping this old Windows 2000 machine I pulled out of the closet will be able to burn an install disk...)

UPDATE: Yes, of course I made restore disks, and yes, I did make full system backups. They will not install onto the new hard drive and the old hard drive is fried.


Tuesday, July 20, 2010

'Pinnacle' preview —
Here's a sneak peek at some art I'm working on for a commission featuring The Pinnacle! In my last drawing of this guy, I made him look way too old. Like a muscle-bound Stan Lee, actually, and that's NOT what I want. He's mature, of course, I just need to refine my vision of him. This time, he's looking much better! I like this guy, and fortunately, so do some of my customers! (And so does Ultra Fem! Eek!)

This is wrong —
Remember that thing I said was wrong? This one is, too.


Sunday, July 18, 2010

Jessica Solo —
Here's the sketch for a commission I finished a couple of nights ago.

Margaret? —
Sometimes you see something so beautifully conceived and rendered, you just have to tell people about it!

This was made by KingCheetah, who has a hilarious and sexy style. (You won't see most of his art unless you join Hentai-Foundry.) Check out his awesome Wonder Woman design!


Saturday, July 17, 2010

LIVE drawing —
I've been streaming my art for weeks now, and I've established a stable of regulars. I've also attracted a couple of chat-stalkers. Had to ban a couple of people tonight, and one last night, too. Not fun. But the art is! I'll keep it up for a while. Don't think I'll do it forever, though.

'Predators' was pretty good! —
I was pleasantly surprised! The first half hour was just a rehash of the original movie, with the cast of Lost thrown in. But then it got pretty interesting. I liked it!

I do have to complain, though, that there were a couple of important points in the movie when the CGI looked like something out of Xena or Buffy. Seriously? You gotta spend your money on the interesting parts, guys!

But I still liked it!

$45 Color Commissions! CLOSED —
$45 full color commissions. $25 each additional character. CONTACT ME!
=== $5 sketches are STILL AVAILABLE, too! ===
  1. Jin and Ty Lee - DONE!
  2. Morrigan and Lilith futas - DONE!
  3. Mission Vao futa - DONE!
  4. Jessica Rabbit masturbates - DONE! - Link
  5. Holstaurus futa milking scene - DONE!
  6. Webster - DONE! - Link
  7. Felicia herm self-inserts - DONE!
  8. Cyarra and Aki - DONE!

Questions? Look at MY RULES.


Friday, July 16, 2010

Tonya the Giantess —
While working on the FetishCon program book, I found this cute picture from last year. It's Tonya Kay, who was a special guest, and the photo evidently belongs to


Thursday, July 15, 2010

Magic Lesbians! —
Just another commission I did tonight! Who doesn't love magic lesbians??


Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Milking Bondage sketch —
Just a preview of something I'm working on!

200th Commission in Sight! —
Last night, I completed commission #181 for this year! Of course, that does not include the '100 Sketches' series and a dozen or so unnumbered pieces, but that's the OFFICIAL count! And you know what? I think I can reach 200 before I leave for FetishCon on August 3!

And of course: Once I do reach 200, I will release the 'Complete Lisa 2010, part 2' collection AND the '50 Futas 3' collection!

So help me out! Root for me, and order a commission!

Fat Barbie —
I don't know who made this, but it's beautifully executed. And funny. And sad. (And funny.)


Tuesday, July 13, 2010

FetishCon trip: GOAL REACHED! —
Thank you SO MUCH everybody! This afternoon, my travel fund goal of $600 was reached, which means I will definitely be at the FetishCon in Tampa the first week of August!


Monday, July 12, 2010

Jocasta and She-Hulk —
This commission I did tonight came out really beautiful. I was listening to disco music as I finished the color work. It looks it, doesn't it?

Accidental Portraiture —
Online last night, I drew up a big commission piece, and I accidentally came up with a damn good likeness of a friend of mine named Isobel Wren. That's a close-up of the face on the right. Isobel is a pale, stick-thin white chick, but I'm sure she's always fantasized about being a BBW black woman!

I showed this to a mutual friend, and he said, yep, that's Isobel. Couldn't have done this if I'd tried. But there it.

The complete commission is HERE, by the way. (It's WEIRD!)

Only Cowards Want to Kill Cartoonists —
Hamilton Nolan wrote a spunky few paragraphs at about the escalating 'Draw Muhammad Day' debacle. The title sums it up pretty well. Give it a look. My own rant is still in the works.


Sunday, July 11, 2010

Can you guess??? —

Okay, people have the wrong idea. ALL of these characters are my favorites. You're supposed NAME THEM ALL. One guy on NewGrounds named the difficult ones almost immediately, but didn't bother with the others. So there's no winner yet.

UPDATE: Someone on Hentai-Foundry got them all. Perhaps by visiting NewGrounds, maybe?


Saturday, July 10, 2010

D.E.B.S : The Short Film —
This is only a preview clip, but it gives you a good idea what the film is like. I had the privilege of seeing this for the first time at a film festival, and the audience reaction was awesome!

More info about the film HERE.
I've not seen the feature film that came a year later, but the clips don't look good.


Friday, July 9, 2010

$45 Color Commissions! CLOSED! —
$45 full color commissions. Add $25 for 2 characters. CONTACT ME!
=== $5 sketches are STILL AVAILABLE, too! ===
  1. Evil Felicia loves Ardanis - DONE!
  2. Jocasta futa loves She-Hulk - DONE! - Link
  3. Purgy "breaks in" a new secretary - DONE!
  4. Jessika and Chlorr magic sex - DONE! - Link
  5. Troll futa and Blood Elf futa - DONE!

        Questions? Look at MY RULES.

        They Done Bo Peep Wrong —
        I saw Toy Story 3 tonight, and the more time goes by, the more I have to say about it. (There are spoilers left and right here!)

        ONE: As I've said before, and I'm sure I'll have to say it again, the modern 3-D effects are impressive, even subtle and beautiful at times, but they contribute absolutely nothing to the movie. They just don't. I had to pay extra for the 3-D. It's not worth it.

        TWO: Disney is now doing to their theatrical movies what they've been doing to their home videos for years. Over the last decade or so, we've all become accustomed to bombardment by commercials before the movie. Not just movie trailers, COMMERCIALS. For cars, soft drinks, TV shows, even the military... and often the very SAME commercials we've already seen on TV. But the one thing that's never changed is that after we see the "And Now Our Feature Presentation" bumper, the movie we paid to see actually starts. Well, tonight I saw something different. After the bumper, there were MORE commercials for other Disney movies. And they were in 3-D. They were not separate reels like the other previews, they were part of the feature. Just like every Disney VHS tape and every Disney DVD, where you can't skip or fast-forward through the commercials, the theater can no longer choose to go without previews. They are attached to reel 1. That's Disney.

        THREE: The short cartoon called Day and Night was very interesting and innovative. This was one instance where the 3-D effect was used creatively and integrated into the very concept of the film. The characters were drawn in a throwback style reminiscent of the flat minimalism of early television or UPA animation. Their body outlines acted as 2-D portals through which we could see living 3-D worlds. It was very effective and impressive. Leave it to Pixar to create something new. The action of the film was sometimes risque and violent in surprising ways, again like animation of an earlier era. Very much worth seeing.

        FOUR: And here's the meat of the review. Bo Peep was gone. Just gone. In the first movie, she was the love interest, and Barbie wasn't there. In movie two, Bo was there, but a lesser player, and Barbie had a cameo. Today, Bo is gone and Barbie is the heroine of a major sub-plot. Her own separate movie, really!

        Throughout the film, the toys stressed over and over how they could not be separated because they were "family," they needed to be there for each other. The ONLY reference to Bo, however, was a single line. "Some of us didn't make it... like Bo." An afterthought.

        Here's what I remember reading about the last movie. Pixar had approached Mattel about making Barbie the love interest for the first movie, but they declined, not understanding the brilliance of Pixar and the huge hit they were about to create. Pixar invented Bo Peep as a Barbie analog. For the sequel, Mattel had to eat crow and ask nicely for whatever they could get. Pixar gave them a cameo, but made it clear that Barbie was NOT a major player.

        And today... I don't know what happened. All the toys acted like Barbie was one of them and always had been. While I was watching the film, I didn't think about it, I just enjoyed it. But afterward, it started to sink in. Something changed. Bo was pointedly written out. Barbie was redacted in.

        Oh, she was FUNNY! Her scenes were some of the biggest laughs of the movie, especially her scenes with Ken. (Cue Gary Wright's Dream Weaver.) Yes, Ken was there, and it was hilarious. "You ascot-wearing pink-noser!" says Rickles Potato Head. "You're not a toy, you're an accessory!" Brilliant! Merciless!

        But there's a bad taste in mouth now. They done Bo WRONG!

        FIVE: Where were the songs? I remember the other movies having good songs.

        SIX: Was it me? Or was there something... how can I say it... oddly sexual about Jessie this time? I like Jessie, I think everybody does. But she's NOT sexual. When she was introduced in the last movie, it was with a sigh of relief (a least on my part) that we saw a non-romantic character, just another toy with owner-abandonment issues, another symbol of Pixar's unswerving dedication to doing-what-the-story-needs-above-all-else. She's Woody's partner toy, not relationship material. They went out of their way to design Jessie with no shape at all, just a flat cloth bag. She's NOT Barbie, and deliberately so.

        But when Buzz turned on his Spanish language circuits, and became a sort of aggressive, romantic bullfighter who couldn't resist pawing at Jessie... she RESPONDED! It was weird. And funny. I don't know if I liked it.

        SEVEN: What county landfill has an incinerator that's built like Dante's Inferno? The world of Toy Story, aside from the living toys, is starkly realistic. The whole dump scene was too much.

        EIGHT: Chuckles!

        NINE: Bonnie, the toys' new owner, is something special! This is what Pixar does best. They can make you cry at will. And they DO.

        Even with all this philosophizing, I recommend TS3. Go see it! Support good movies!


        Thursday, July 8, 2010

        My next 'Tentacle' piece —
        That intense "tentacle" art I finished the other day has a sequel already in the works. I like the way this sketch looks, so here it is.


        Wednesday, July 7, 2010

        Donna Troy wallpaper —
        I didn't make a new wallpaper for this month, so here's something else for you. It's one of my favorite George Perez drawings of Donna Troy superimposed on top of one of my favorite photographs, a beautiful astronomy capture of the Andromeda galaxy. The colors go well together, don't you think?

        What. The. HELL! —
        Angela Ryan tweeted these photos from the Ringling Museum last week. I can't get over them. What the HELL is this??

        It looks like a statue of a naked woman tied to the back and horns of an angry bull. Angela confirms, YES, that's exactly what it is.

        I don't get it. Is it a circus thing??


        Tuesday, July 6, 2010

        Another drawing marathon! —
        I went three days without any live art, but tonight I went back online and ended up drawing for almost FIVE HOURS! I completed a HUGE tentacle art piece and a sweet lesbian breastfeeding piece, and I almost finished a hot X-Men she-male threesome piece! Whew!

        If you haven't visited one of my live art sessions, you should!

        Iran is still a shithole —
        Have I mentioned lately what a hole-of-shit Iran is? Look HERE.
        And the Islam thing sucks pretty damn hard, too. Look HERE.


        Sunday, July 4, 2010

        $45 Color Commissions! CLOSED! —
        $45 full color commissions. Add $25 for 2 characters. CONTACT ME!
        === $5 sketches are STILL AVAILABLE, too! ===
        1. Soul Train and Dark Star she-males - DONE!
        2. Soul Train breastfeeds Dark Star - DONE!
        3. Jessika defeats the demon - DONE!
        4. X-Women futa threesome - DONE! - Link
        5. Scarlet and Sapphire double sybian - DONE!
        6. Makayla and Myst - DONE!
        7. Evil Jessica sandwich - DONE! - Link
        8. Scarlet and Sapphire at home - DONE!
        9. Sapphire Blade line drawing - DONE!

              Questions? Look at MY RULES.


              Saturday, July 3, 2010

              Friday, July 2, 2010

              "It'll happen, honey..." —
              Here's a commission I completed last night. It's the latest in a series of "Cock-Milking Nurse" art I've been doing for a particular client for some time now. This time, he wanted the nurse to bring in a "redhead apprentice," so in my typical fashion, I made something both sexy AND funny.

              "It'll happen, honey," says Ms. Nurse. "You wipe off and carry on."

              I found a photo of that face online, just a random image. I knew instantly what I could do with it! This art was done very quickly, start-to-finish in only a couple of hours. That's what I've been doing online every evening. You should come see!


              The Tom Baker Game

              There are, what, 7 billion people on Earth now? And I'm pretty sure I'm the ONLY one who's made this connection.

              Last week, I was watching some Tom Baker videos online, then immediately afterward, I turned on my random song list and the first thing that played was Super Freak by Rick James. Now... okay, listen... there's a part in the first half of the song when Rick James uses this low, booming voice, and... well, a picture of Tom Baker singing it, in full Doctor Who get-up, came unbidden into my mind. There. Okay?

              Play this MP3, and if you can picture it, you win the Tom Baker Game! The interesting part starts at about 00:47

              If you don't know who Tom Baker is, and you've never seen Doctor Who, then you lose.


              UPDATE: Although I have a hundred other things to do, I had to stop and make this commemorative sketch.