I mentioned earlier that I have a bunch of old pictures I’m looking to color and share. This is one of those pics. I made a Kill la Kill AMV earlier this year, and while working on it I started wanting to draw Ryuko and Satsuki. Satsuki’s one of my favorite anime girls, so I wouldn’t be surprised if I returned to her again in the future. Some day I’d like to do something involving her and her mother… We’ll see.
This is a quick drawing I did a few months ago. I have a bunch of pics like this (by which I mean, quick sketches that I meant to flesh out but never did) sitting around on my laptop. Hopefully now that I’m finding more time to work on these things I can wrap a few of them up. I feel I’ve improved a bit since I drew this, so hopefully it’ll hold up for you guys.
I’ve done a few pics similar to this in the past, and they’re always relatively well-received. This is the first time we’ve had both the older and younger male being the same person, but DBZ’s time travel shenanigans make all sorts of fun things possible. Both versions of Trunks seem to be enjoying this quality time with their mother. 😉
The WWOEC Woman of the Month for July 2015 is the Butt Witch from the pilot for Twelve Forever. I nominated this one, as I fell in love with her as soon as I saw the pilot. If you haven’t seen it, it’s on YouTube. I’m on the fence with some elements of the show, but on the whole I like it and would like to see it picked up. The Butt Witch in particular I liked, I thought she was very funny in her limited appearance, and Matt Berry does a great job with her voice. Usually a sexy voice is a selling point for me in animated women, but something about his smooth, Patrick Stewart-esque delivery still works for me. Must be dat ass.
I plan to draw a lot more of her in the future, though I can’t say whether it’ll be within the month. Regardless, I can’t imagine I’ll stay away from the bevy of ideas I have for her.
As for this one, I dunno. Somehow Butt Witch’s plan backfired, and she ended up landing in the middle of the school’s wrestling team. Things only went south from there, but the Butt Witch doesn’t really seem to mind.
This is a commission I completed recently, and saved for today’s holiday. The character is Star Butterfly from Disney’s new show “Star vs. the Forces of Evil”. She’s a princess from another dimension, and the concept here is that she misunderstood “stars and stripes forever” as “stars and strips forever”.
I started watching this show as a result of this pic, and I like it a lot. I’m planning to do more with it in the future, specifically more explicit concepts.
I experimented with colors here, going a bit outside my usual comfort zone. You guys may remember another nighttime commission I did not too long ago where I tested out purplizing the image. While I don’t hate how that turned out, I kind of like this one more. I also used a much more pastel palette, which I think helped a lot.
In between commissions and larger projects, I’ve squeezed out this quick pick of Lola Bunny’s ass. Nothing much to this one, though I do really like this angle. I have a picture of Avatar’s Korra in a similar pose already in the works, though I can’t say if I’ll be doing too many. This pose/angle is pretty easy and quick to do, so who knows.
I have at least two other Looney Tunes Show pictures I’m currently working on; hopefully they’ll be showing up here soon. I don’t know how many more I’ll do, but I keep coming back to this show for some reason.
I recently completed a commission for ragingspeed featuring the Road to Ninja versions of some characters. Here’s a slightly tweaked version of the final product, as well as the lineart for an earlier draft that was redone (I liked both positions for Hinata, so I wanted to share them here).
I’m not a big Naruto fan, so I’m not familiar with what Road to Ninja is. I’m guessing, based on the images I saw pulling up references for this, that it’s an alternate universe story with the Naruto characters, but that’s just a guess. Either way, here they are, and I hope you guys enjoy the pic. 🙂
The WWOEC Woman of the Month for June 2015 is the lifeguard from Lilo and Stitch. She appears briefly in one scene, where Nani is looking for a job while Lilo and Stitch cause trouble. She seems like she may be able to become a lifeguard herself, until Stitch is agitated and causes a panic, which results in the lifeguard snubbing her. Despite her short appearance, this character caught a lot of people’s attention for not only being very sexy, but also because she seems to have a bit more breast animation than the other women in the film.
I’ve always really liked Nani, and since I’ve been meaning to draw her anyway I took advantage of the opportunity to throw her in with our sexy lifeguard. I had also considered pairing her with the Swimmer NPC from Pokémon X and Y, since they have similar designs, but this seemed more straightforward.
Nani thought she’d lost her chance at finding a job when this one slipped out the window. However, desperation brought her back to plead her case, and a little oral persuasion helped the lifeguard see her in a new light. After all, the lifeguards could always use an extra pussy licker on hand for those long shifts.
I’ve been watching Freakazoid! with my little sister lately, since she was too young to watch the show when it aired. The comedy holds up really well, but the show doesn’t have too many characters that lend themselves to my sort of fan interaction. Cobra Queen was one who I thought had potential, and I started getting the itch to draw her during the episode “Sewer or Later”, which is the first time we see a lot of her. I don’t know if I’ll come back to the Cobra Queen later, but for now here’s a quick pic of her I wrapped up between commissions.