Monthly Archives: November 2016
So with the twenty commission slots I’ve been selling, I’ve accepted a number of commissions that break the mold of what I typically do. This is another such pic, as Donkey Kong and Bowser are both characters I would typically use as a top, and probably not focused on much at all even then. However, even though this isn’t my thing, I thought the concept was pretty interesting and I wanted to try something different. Hopefully some of you out there will enjoy this as much as the client who commissioned it. 🙂
I mentioned before that I had three Dragon Ball pairings lined up for MomSwap. I already did Pan and Videl, and now here’s the second pairing, Bra and Bulma. Of all the makeovers the Dragon Ball women got in GT, I think Bulma’s is one of the few I really like. Chi-Chi and Videl both turned out less interesting than they were in Z, and 18 was so-so, but Bulma’s GT design was pretty sexy in my book.
I went back and forth on which names to use here. If I was going for accuracy, I would’ve gone with “Bulla and Bulma Brief”. However, I can’t seem to shake the names I’m most familiar with, and so I stuck with the versions that are familiar to me. I’m not a purist.
So this one is a bit different from my normal commission fare. This is a birthday present from the client who commissioned it, for the owner of the OC paired with Frieza here (I later found out her name is Hobbes). Her birthday isn’t until the end of December, but I was told it would be okay to go ahead and post it here.
Normally I do not accept OC commissions. I made an exception in this case because I thought the gesture was incredibly sweet; I love the idea of my work being someone’s present. The OC’s creator is a big fan of Frieza, and apparently likes my comic Space Emperor Slut. I was shown a handful of her own art featuring this pairing, and I thought they were super cute. So, I had a few reasons to accept this commission.
I do not know if she will see this post before her birthday. If she does, then I wish her an early happy birthday myself. It was an honor to contribute in some small way.
This is the next in line of the Twenty commission slots I’m selling, a cute picture of Disney’s Robin Hood and Maid Marian in the woods. The client for this one didn’t specify a pose, just that it should be vaginal, so I went with something that I thought captured the character’s personalities.
I’ve always really liked Disney’s version of Maid Marian, and have come close to drawing her a few times in the past. Something usually gets in the way, but I’m happy to have a pic with her finally up here. Hopefully some day I can draw her again.
I don’t usually accept Naruto commissions, due to a bad experience when I was younger and more desperate to get commissions, but I made an exception this time around for one of the blog’s regular commenter who’s been wanting to commission something for a while. Don’t expect there to be much more Naruto around here, though, the aforementioned bad experience has ingrained an automatic distaste in me for the series and its characters. Even though I get along well with the client who commissioned this pic, working on it did remind me why I typically avoid Naruto like the plague.
That being said, it was fun to try out a new angle on the old spitroast position. It inspired me to push for a similar angle of the same pose in the Space Warped script, so if you see a panel similar to this image there, that’s why. I hope those of you who haven’t had Naruto ruined for you forever like I have can enjoy this pic; I know I’ve gotten requests for Naruto yaoi in the past, and chances are this is all of it I’ll ever do. 🙂
So I finally got around to finishing a new MomSwap entry. I wanted to do a different type of source material than what I’ve been using for the series, so I did Lila Test and her twin daughters Susan and Mary from the show Johnny Test. I don’t really care for the show at all, but these characters are cute and I wanted a more Western-style show in the rotation (though there will be others). I tried to find a balance between the very 2D style of the show and my own style, hopefully it turned out well. Drawing Western cartoons has always been a struggle for me, but I think I’m getting better with it.