Monthly Archives: January 2016
I’ve mentioned before that I have many unfinished pieces floating around in my work folder, and for some time this was one of them. I drew this one all the way bag in August of 2014, and never got around to coloring it until just now. After that much time I usually abandon a pic, but this one held up pretty well, mostly due to it being a solo piece. I think if I had drawn her with one or more other characters, the quality would’ve suffered and I’d be embarrassed to post it now.
That being said, the colors are brand new and I think they save the pic. This one’s a bit of a departure from what I usually do, partly because of its time capsule-esque history. I don’t do many pin-up/softcore pics anymore, and it’s also been a long time since I’ve done anything with One Piece. However, if the response is good, I could see myself doing more of both in the future.
The WWOEC Woman of the Month for January 2016 is Sugi from Star Wars: Clone Wars. She seems appropriate enough for this month, seeing as how Star Wars fever is still running from the release of The Force Awakens.
I never watched the Clone Wars, so I wasn’t familiar with Sugi. I had a hard time deciding what I wanted to do with her, but one of her few appearances has her cooperating with a Wookie general, so I thought this was my chance to do something with a Wookie, and here you go. I don’t know which Wookie this is, but it doesn’t really matter. She’s pretty stuffed, whomever it is.
I can’t say for certain that I will, but I did find myself thinking about possibly doing more with the Clone Wars characters some day. Ahsoka is really cute, and I know she’s been popular among certain artists for good reason. In researching for this pic I was also introduced to Riyo Chuchi, who I really liked and would make an excellent partner for Ahsoka if I wanted to the lesbian route. We’ll see if I still feel that way next time I’m looking for something in that vein to draw.
I drew this a couple months ago, but finally got around to coloring it today. Here we have Flim Flam getting some Daphne booty in one of those old castles the Scooby-Doo gang keep finding themselves in. For those who don’t remember Flim Flam, he’s from The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo, a mini-series that also featured a slight redesign for Daphne (pictured here). With her jumpsuit and new haircut, I kind of have to wonder if this design might have influenced the eventual look of April O’Neil in the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles show.
I love this look for Daphne, and I hope I can draw her again some time. I might do more with her and Flim Flam, if people like this pairing, but I’ve also been thinking of doing something with her and Scooby. I don’t do bestiality often, but I’m more open to doing it with talking, sentient animals like Scooby.