Here’s the One-Shot that won the selection in July. The idea here was pretty simple: A big orgy between the Season 1 and Season 2 versions of Tai, Matt and T.K. This one was a bit difficult, just for technical reasons, but I think the final result turned out pretty decent. I hope you all like it! ^_^
This is an Ask that’s been posted quite a few times over the past few months. I never managed to get around to it before, partly because I didn’t feel super confident about the response, but I decided it was time to get this one answered. I’m not sure what sort of answer this person was hoping for, but I hope this is satisfactory enough. 🙂
I’m not sure if this person already knew when asking this, but the first time I drew Matt and T.K. together it was a three-way pic that also included Nancy here. It was meant to combine two of my favorite pic concepts I don’t see too often, smaller boys topping older ones, and MILFs pimping out their sons. With that in mind, I felt like this response was probably the most apt. I don’t at this time have any intention of doing anything with Hiroaki Ishida, since he doesn’t fit into the dynamic I’ve been running with so far.
I guess I haven’t drawn T.K. with anyone but Matt, but that’s really just because I love the incest angle. But T.K. and Tai are totally dtf, so here’s a fun little threesome since I love Matt and didn’t want to leave him out.
At first I was thinking this one would involve them shooting some first-person P.O.V. stuff, but even though that would’ve been easier to draw I thought it’d be a little boring. I’ve already drawn T.K. and Matt in a P.O.V. once, and might do it again, but I think adding Sora in as a cameraperson adds an extra layer of interest. She’s all too happy to volunteer for the job, ’cause she just loves watching Matt play the slut for his little brother.
Here’s another Digimon Character Ask, this one directed at T.K. I had a bit of trouble figuring out how to answer this one, since the established versions of Matt and T.K. that I’ve drawn before seem to contradict something this question takes for granted. I’ve only ever drawn them paired together, so I felt like the answer had to address this misunderstanding.