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by Toshubi
Kelly O'malley
Meet the gang. Loli cell Romeo
Just a cute honeybee girl I made some time ago.

female 542,862, cute 86,165, panties 19,489, insect 2,514, honeybee 55
Type: Picture/Pinup
Published: 2 years, 2 months ago
Rating: General

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2 years, 2 months ago
insects..... theres way not nearly enough insects.

Actually, it would be fun to see an xray of her. There must be an interesting mix of exoskeleton and internal skeleton holding her together.
2 years, 2 months ago
The thing I've always found interesting about honeybees is how small their wings are compared to the rest of their body. By the law of physics they shouldn't be able to fly with such a small body to wing ratio.
2 years, 2 months ago
hehe, yeah, it definitely seems that way. Even more so with bumblebees. They are large and fat and their wings aren't much bigger.

However the detail that these bees were theoretically physically unable to fly is no more than an urban myth. There was never any scientific study that really claimed that. Even if you simplify the physics a lot and only use the simplified aerodynamic understanding of - lets say the 1920's, physics still says "anything can fly, the smaller the wings, the faster it needs to be to stay airborne".
From lift alone, a human could fly with nothing but his arms and body as his wings. He'd have to go over 300 kilometers per hour though, and most humans can't run quick enough to take off ;)

But if you add a jet engine backpack:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZRp6iRjnhQ  (granted, it comes in wing shape to help with aerodynamic stability)

or even without propulsion:

The trick with insects is, much like a helicopter or a colibri, although they don't fly that fast as a whole, they do move their wings quick enough. A bumblebee in low overflight can make enough "wind" with its tiny wings to throw dust, notes and other small pieces of paper from your desk.

If you tell me your honeybee girl can fly, I won't doubt it.
2 years, 2 months ago
Because you are using airplane physics on bees when their wings work differently. They pretty much create their own uplift by rotating their wings around and making air pockets.
2 years, 2 months ago
very nice drawing. Like it a lot.
2 years, 2 months ago
Thanks so much for commenting. ^.^
2 years ago
You really should make more bug girls Tosh. This little bee is way too cute.
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