Thursday, 22 June 2017
"Throatfuck orchestra: in a classical theater, futas come to enjoy listening a male choir in tailcoat, each one of them being throatfucked by their "musician". A delightful symphony of gagging sounds soon fills the room."
Winner of last month's request lottery. Turned into a comic because it seemed necessary to properly capture the idea. I had some difficulty settling on the contrast/shading, including almost trying to colour it, but ultimately this is what I ended up with.
Larger versions on Patreon (also posted there almost a week ago)
Tuesday, 13 June 2017
Friday, 2 June 2017
I delayed posting this by a day because I wanted the last page with its transition to the next scene included.
This is the part that "it's getting pretty gay, and it will be getting gayer" in the April post was referring to.
At some point I would love to draw a comic that is nothing but yaoi. Nothing major, but 10-15 pages maybe.
Friday, 19 May 2017
(Better resolution (1700 x 1403) on Patreon)
Monthly Patreon art for April, following up from this. There will be more.
I think I've figured out the best way to maintain productivity for me, and it is to have at least two projects going at any one time, so I can switch between them and keep drawing instead of just taking a break completely. Three projects at once can also work, but any more and I tend to forget and eventually abandon at least one of them.
Tuesday, 16 May 2017
"Teen boy goes into the sewer, confronted by futa clown and turned into futa clown"
Winner of last month's Patreon lottery and first time I've ever tried drawing clowns. Is it scary or silly? You decide!
(larger versions on Patreon)
Wednesday, 3 May 2017
Monday, 1 May 2017
I keep forgetting to upload these to the blog on time. The next part will be the last for this particular path, and then we start over with one of the other two.
(4 days left to vote on the Patreon)
Tuesday, 18 April 2017
Saturday, 8 April 2017
Sunday, 2 April 2017
It's getting pretty gay, and it will be getting gayer.
The design for every centaur in this comic was settled on in the same panel they appeared, by the way. I had a general idea of how they should look and behave, but no real details worked out. That's obviously risky (since I will be stuck with them even if I grow to dislike them) but I don't seem to get inspired to think up characters unless it's in the middle of things. Another downside is I have to keep looking up their first appearances as reference until I remember them well enough, and they end up off-model until I've figured out what the model actually is. Cassandra is a good example of this, if one compares the first time we see her face to every time thereafter. Don't look now, but I'm blushing.
Anyway, this number of pages in a month I am happy with, and hopefully I can keep it up in the future. For the last few pages I switched sketch method to a much rougher one (bigger brush, less detail in general) and it seemed a bit faster. Inking is more fun too, since I'm not just tracing the sketch but actually drawing creatively in order to fill out the details.