Friday, October 31, 2014

Happy Halloween 2014

While I continue to try and eke out several different projects at once, I did manage to wrap up this Halloween-themed picture. These are two OC's of mine, one old and one new.

The girl on bottom is Lillian L'Orange, an old, old, old character that I made up in high school. If you want to see the only other time I've posted artwork of her, you can check out this Halloween image I did back in 2006: http://nearphotison.deviantart.com/art/Happy-Halloween-41309615. She's an odd character, as I keep almost putting her in things. I've had numerous projects over the years that she was supposed to appear in (mostly non-erotic stuff), but they would always fall apart or be abandoned before she would make her appearance. So, she has no set place where she exists, though maybe I'll fit her into Eromugen or something some day. Hell, at this point she may just get her own universe to inhabit separate from my other continuities.

The girl on top is new. Her name is Adeline Fortuna, and she is a witch. Could you tell? I kind of just had the idea for her design in my head and wanted to draw her for Halloween, and Lillian's inclusion is mostly just for fun. I really like both of these characters, though, so maybe I can keep them around. If nothing else, I think it'd be fun to do another picture like this next year, and add a third character to their little group. We'll see.

I'm including a textless version here, in case folks don't care for the big tacky words.


Thursday, October 30, 2014

Art Trade - Double D Ranch Orgy

A little bit ago I shared a picture done by Karmagik of Eromugen's Siat Wildstar. It feature's Karmagik's "Cowgirls of Double D Ranch" characters, Annie Bellwood, Darlene Dawkins, Maddie Brisbane, and Abigail Mae Lockhart. I suppose a group of young cowboys just happened by the ranch, and the girls decided to show them some country hospitality.

I overstepped my personal abilities with the background on this one. There's a reason I usually do gradients, but I felt like this was more of a scene and needed something extra to place it. Hopefully my awful buildings don't ruin what I consider to be an otherwise great pic, though.

This art trade was fun, I'll have to try and do more in the future. :)

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Art Trade - Siat Wildstar by Karmagik

Recently I set up to do an art trade with Karmagik. He drew Siat Wildstar from my Eromugen comic, and in exchange I'll draw a picture featuring characters from his "The Cowgirls of Double D Ranch" project. I'm still working on my half of the trade, but in the meantime I wanted to share the work he did. I'm including everything he sent me, which is a sketch he didn't like, then the second attempt in both B & W and color.



Tuesday, October 21, 2014

WWOTM - Judge J. B. McBride

The WWOEC Woman of the Month for October 2014 is Judge J. B. McBride from Filmation's BraveStarr, nominated by yours truly! As usual, I wanted to contribute something to the event, despite the fact that I cannot nominate for next month.

Most people know Filmation for He-Man and She-Ra, I think (and, truth be told, I have something from the Masters of the Universe in the works as well). I really love BraveStarr, though. It has all of the things that made MOTU great (great humor, colorful characters, awkward animations and voice acting), but has a very unique space western setting to help it stand out. The judge here is a great character with her laser gavel and competence in battle. Plus, she's a fiery redhead, and who doesn't love that?

Here we have McBride being shared by the title character of the show, Marshal BraveStarr, and his trusty steed, Thirty/Thirty (who can change between a horse and a horse-man). They're best friends and share everything. I plan to do at least two more pictures featuring these three, both pretty similar to this one. I can't say when they'll pop up, but I had to choose between three ideas I really liked and want to do them all eventually.

You can view the other submissions for the month here.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Eromugen Page 46

I know these pages aren't coming quickly, but Eromugen really hasn't been a major priority for me lately. That, combined with me putting extra effort in trying to make the best possible product, has lead to a really slow production rate. Hopefully you guys won't lose interest while I focus on commissions and other products. :(

I'm still running my OC contest for this comic. It's a really cool opportunity for anyone who'd like to see a creation of theirs in this universe, interacting (sexually) with these characters. Pretty much all the information you could need on it is available here: http://nearhentai.blogspot.com/search/label/OC%20Contest

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

PBX - Mom Swap B

Before I start: Yes, I plan to color "Mom Swap A" at some point. This one came up first because it was commissioned.

I really like this picture, both by itself as well as my work on it. This is, of course, a Pandoras Box work, the original falling somewhere between a typical sketch and a fully-realized piece. Of course this allowed me a bit of leeway with the colors, though I tried to stick close to PBX's look. I don't have much else to say on this one, I'm afraid, other than I hope you like this swimming pool motif. It'll be cropping up again soon.

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Ash, or Ashley?

This is a piece I started a couple months ago and finally got around to finishing. I'm really happy with this one, though I don't know how many people will enjoy it as much as I do. I've got a lot of my kinks in here (shota, trap, bisexuality, incest), so hopefully there'll be some people who also enjoy all of those things. I hope so, because I'd like to do more specialized drawings in the future.

Ash's wig here is based on the episode Pokémon Scent-sation!, where Ash had to crossdress as "Ashley" in order to get into the Celadon Gym. I don't remember many episodes of the anime, but that is one of the few I recall fairly well. I have a few specific memories growing up of being attracted to a crossdresser in something I liked (another example being Jimmy Olsen in the old, old, old Superman comics), which probably contributed to my interest in cartoon traps as an adult.

Of course, Oak's line in this pic is based off one of the first things he asks you when you start up the original Pokémon games. I'm surprised more people haven't taken the quote in this direction.

If you like seeing Ash in this role, then you'll be happy to know I have a Bijob pic in the works that features him. It may be some time before I get around to finishing it (I believe there will be at least one other pic in the series before it), but it's coming along.