Here’s the One-Shot I did for December, selected from nominations sent in by my Patrons. Of course the holidays referenced in this comic have now passed, but it was more timely for my Patrons. ^_^; This one presented a couple of unique challenges. First, was that I have very little experience working with the Fairly OddParents style (I’ve drawn it before, but it’s been ages). I did my best to find a compromise between my more realistic approach I usually use and the uber-stylized designs of the original characters. Also, the last panel was left completely open to me (except the dialogue). I decided that, since the pic was presented as a message from the Studio versions of characters, I should use Siat Wildstar, who’s sort of the mascot of the Studio. Since her panel is all about looking forward to the new year, too, I decided to work in a “look forward” theme, with her training three new characters (or, in Kefla’s case, a combination of two characters already in the Studio). Darkness is the last of the main KonoSuba girls for me to bring in, and Nessa’s a popular new character I’ve gotten a few requests for. Seras in the first panel is also new, though she’s been nominated for NHML maybe a dozen times. It’s also fun to bring in Mrs. Claus from the comic I did with CCat for Christmas 2018, paired again with her favorite boys, Mace and Jackie.
Merry Christmas everyone! For those who don’t know, every year for Christmas I do a new pic in this series of Mace and Jackie going through the stages of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. This year it’s time for them to meet the Ghost of Christmas Present. Dating back to when this was going to be a comic (like, five years ago), the plan was to have Present be pretty much like you see her here. In the original story, Present has two children living under his robes, and the plan was for my version to open her robe and reveal them both licking at her futa cock. The girl is Want and the boy is Ignorance, hence the jokes Mace and Jackie are cracking here. I kept the idea of them both licking Present’s cock, though the consequence is that Mace and Jackie don’t get to pair with the ghost herself. I’m not sure yet if next year’s Christmas Carol pic will be them paired directly with her, or if I’ll just move on to the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Cum, but I’ve got a whole year to make up my mind. ^_^;
So here’s the fifth and final page of my Christmas comic collab with CCat! As far as our protagonists go, this page wraps up the aftermath of having a sex romp in the snow. CCat was pretty adamant about working in Mrs. Claus and the elves we saw at the end of last year’s comic (she’s even named them, the blonde is Alfie, red-head is Jingle, and white-hair is Thistle), so the last two panels are all her idea. I like this addition, and I think it’d be fun to do more with those characters somewhere down the line (though we’ll see). Anyway, Happy Holidays and all that, and I hope you all enjoyed the comic!
So this is the first page of a comic collab I’m doing with my good friend CCat for Christmas. Is sort-of a sequel to last year’s comic, where Mace and Jackie hooked up with Mrs. Claus, but we’re going with a different seasonal MILF this year. This page is basically all just set-up, but I think it’s still pretty cute and fun. This comic will update every day from now until Christmas, so it won’t be a long wait like most of the comics I do. ^_^;;
Also, here’s the Q&A video I did for Patreon last month, for anyone who’d like to see it:
So here’s the One-Shot, this being the winning script last month among those submitted by my Patreon supporters. The Patron who submitted this script basically just wanted to see my Applebridge OC boys getting fucked by Goku and Luffy. If you’re not familiar with my characters, we have (from top-to-bottom, left-to-right): Loren Cox, Mace Mezzenga, Jackie Coy (Mace and Jackie are in the background there), Lucien Vinson, Jean Spears, Kobi Ray, Terry Birch, and Oliver Townsend. Oliver alluded to this One-Shot in his recent Ask, and that Ask might also be important to understanding his line of dialogue here. With this one I was given a lot of freedom; the Patron basically just picked the pairings and specified Mace and Jackie should be creepin’ and peepin’ in one of the panels. The poses and dialogue were left up to me (though the script did say I should add dialogue). I also decided to put them in a different room from previous One-Shots, sort of like their touring around the spare fuck rooms in each panel.
I’m usually a bit uncomfortable putting my characters in with established licensed ones I’ve borrowed from other properties. I guess I worry it comes across like I’m putting them on some sort of pedestal or something, I dunno, but I guess when someone else does it it’s probably alright. At any rate, I hope you all enjoy the pic, I worked pretty hard on this one.
So last year, I attempted to do a series of pics conveying Mace and Jackie experiencing a twist on the “Christmas Carol” narrative. However, I was unable to finish more than the very first pic, so I turned that series into an annual thing. The initial sketch for this pic was done last year, but that’s about all I had done of it then. Next year I’ll probably pick this back up to do part three, yeah?
As for this pic, I imagine fucking the Ghost of Christmas Past to be something like sticking your dick in a jar of nostalgia. She just emanates a sort of warmth and happiness that reminds you of the simpler times (though how nostalgic Mace and Jackie can get at their age is probably up for debate). I went with the “candle person” design aesthetic so many versions of this tale use, and hopefully that comes across. I had a hard time balancing keeping her head looking like a flame while also having it look like, well… a head. Also, she’s got pubes because once the “fire crotch” pun got stuck in my head, I couldn’t shake it.
P.S. – I promise this is the last Mace ‘n Jackie content for a bit.
This page was left a bit more open for CCat. Basically, she had free range to do any sort of montage she felt like, which is why some of what you see here isn’t described in the poem.