So my version of Blackfire basically just exists to play with Starfire. I don’t really think of her in any other capacity, so her interactions/relationships with other Titans in my work is based purely on how she can use them to toy with her sister. This here’s a good example of that. Originally I had toyed with the idea of Robin being in a full Starfire cosplay for this one, but honestly this drawing was already more complicated than the vast majority of Character Asks I do so I decided against it. Instead I just had Blackfire slap a wig on him, specifically the one she wore clubbing in her debut episode when she was trying to take Starfire’s place so that Star could take hers.
This is the second of the “Gotham Academy New Year’s” follow up pics, this time with Poison Ivy and Olive Silverlock. The client wanted them using a double-ended dildo in the “scissors” position, with as much of their bodies visible as possible. I kinda like how Ivy’s arching here, she seems to be really getting into it. ^_^
Also, below you’ll find the second episode of my retrospective look at the superhero drawings I made when I was younger and my plans for them.
Towards the end of February, I had one day where I found myself just really in the mood for Raven. So I spent most of that morning sketching out a bunch of potential Raven projects (including one comic), some of which will probably crop up as finished works eventually, some of which won’t. Of them, one of the simpler ones was this cute little footjob pic, so I decided to go ahead and finish it since I needed something light to work on. Hope you all enjoy!
This Character Ask was a unique one for me. Excluding projects where I was not the artist, I’ve only ever really drawn Harley Quinn in commissions. The version of Harley used in those commissions is her more recent comic design, where she’s bleached like the Joker and has the pink and blue pigtails. However, I’m not really a fan of that design. My favorite version of Batman is still the Bruce Timm one, and so I tend to favor designs (for both Harley and Poison Ivy) that are closer to that approach. I almost used the Bruce Timm art style for this Ask, but decided instead to lean closer to the comic aesthetic but using the designs I prefer. If I draw these two outside of a commission (and I have a few unfinished works that will hopefully go up some day), then it’ll be these versions.
As for Harley’s answer, well, it seemed like the obvious choice to me. Poison Ivy is my favorite person to pair Harley with (followed by Dick Grayson, tbh). Despite the way the question was phrased, I do not view Harley and Joker as a sexual pairing (Harley may want that, but I can’t help but read Joker as asexual and disinterested). When my friend Anya suggested the “plant” pun that just sealed the deal for how she’d reply.
One of the first SFM compilations I ever wanted to do was this one, and I finally got around to it. The title of this one is “classic” Harley Quinn because the clips used to make this music video feature her exclusively in her original costume. This is my favorite look for Harley, but maybe some day I’ll try making another one using her more modern design.
This is a Patreon-purchased commission, from the same Patron who bought last month’s New Year’s celebration pic. They liked the pic so much that they decided to spend the next three months buying solo pairings of the girls (the same pairings conveyed in that pic). We’re starting on the left side of the original image with Harley and Maps, with Harley using a two-pronged strapon to claim both of Maps’ holes at once. Maps seems into it.
This is a commission purchased off my Epic Level Patreon tier (with a little extra to compensate for the characters and variants). The premise here is that three of DC’s top villainesses (Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, and Enchantress) are sort of “mentoring” three of Gotham Academy’s leads (Maps, Olive, and Pomeline) and celebrating New Year’s with them in an unconventional manner. Due to the nature of this commission, being from Patreon, I wasn’t able to even start it until after the holiday itself had passed in the real world. Still, it’s not entirely untimely, and honestly I don’t suspect that’ll much get in the way of anyone enjoying these pics.