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Daily Sketch 64 - Doesn't Fit

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Daily Sketch 63 - Laughter
Daily Sketch 65 - Switch
"Too big is as bad as too little.  Whatever.  I don't wear them anyway."
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I'm not fond of those ridiculously oversized breasts sometimes stuck on thin-waisted (snap!) pin-up girls.  I don't mean breasts that are large but still within the realm of plausibility.  I mean breasts that rival her upper torso in size up to Winger-esque proportions.  So, when I designed Amethyst, I tried to make her bosom large, but still plausible.  Instead, due to my lack of understanding of breast sizing, I think she's probably closer to average.  I find I rather prefer her that way.

Oh, yes.  And she doesn't like bras.

Art © 2015 Marvin E. Fuller

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Published: 2 years, 9 months ago
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EmmetEarwax
1 year, 1 month ago
Isn't Winger the weirdo who did pics of Warner girls (Minerva, Babs,Fifi,etc.) with enormous male genitalia ?
I found them repellant.

Karno (Khajartan) was even worse
CyberCornEntropic
1 year, 1 month ago
That's the Winger I was referring to.  His renditions of the characters attached to the out-sized bits and pieces are decent, but the bits and pieces themselves are cringe-worthy.  Plus, they look wrong to me, like they're incorrectly deforming under the influence of gravity.

I've also seen Karno's work, and while the overall art style and non-pornographic story elements can be okay, the pornographic parts kind of repulse me.  I also think Karno goes over-the-top deliberately, as if he figures that if he's going to draw pornography of cartoonish animals, he might as well have fun being silly about it.
EmmetEarwax
1 year, 1 month ago
In an issue of Anthropomorphics (defunct,lasted but 4 issues*) Karno published the start of a graphic novel, Herman Orca, freedom fighter. I found it violent & repellant,even tho non-porn. If the Rat people were carriers of disease,eaters of dung, (whether that was true or not,was not established in this chapter),it does NOT endear them to me. Anyhow ...

* The 2nd issue was bound by an incompetent printing firm, and several copies,including. mine , had defects. The company said to return the defective issues for replacement, but I opted to carefully fix the pages. They app. never recovered from the bad publicity from that incident,and ended after issue #4. I never ordered #4...
CyberCornEntropic
1 year ago
The American Journal of Anthropomorphics?  I have issue one, albeit I got it quite some time after it originally came out.  To be honest, I didn't find the material to be all that memorable, even for the times, and didn't bother looking for any later issues.

From what I've seen of Karno's work (albeit mostly on e621), I'd probably find his take on superheroics to be over-the-top violent, full of over detailing, excessive bodily fluids, and painful to look at (but not because of the punching :o ).  Oh, well.  Different people, different takes on things.
EmmetEarwax
1 year ago
Issue #2 - Has pt.1 of CITY OF DREAMS by Craig Carrington. It's a postapocalypse tale at the start. The dog,app. a member of a band, is now the last person on a dying earth,rubbled by an all-out thermonuclear war. Apparently all other living things are dead,too, esp. plants as the air is running out of oxygen. The story is continued in #3 as a wizard causes the guy to fall into a portal,a portal to -where ? Craig has been trying to continue the story as a graphic novel, but -life has gotten in the way. I wrote to him & that's what I found.
TALES FROM THE RESERVATION started in #1 and stopped in #3, the writer having lost interest. The story apparently also lost direction. I myself did not care for the visuals or the story,even before it lost direction.
There is also art from SLEEPERS, a graphic novel based on the premise that the Nazis actually WON WWII ,but,ingeniously made it look like we won, and worked behind the scenes . Mention is made of actual newspaper articles that imply that this may be the actual case ! The graphics, however, gave it the look of a James Bond spy thriller .
There is also art by Taral Wayne with whom I have had correspondence. He seems to be retired now.
CyberCornEntropic
12 months ago
Taral Wayne did sometimes take commissions and post curmudgeonly on FurAffinity.  I used to follow him until fall of last year until I realized I really wasn't getting much from his works.  That's not to say he was bad, of course, just not as much my cup of tea as I'd originally hoped for.  Unfortunately, early this year, he suffered a partial stroke and, while he's recovering, last I heard, he's probably got other things on his mind than art.

I think one of the biggest problems with these stories is that the artist fails to make them self-contained.  It's understandable that they have grand plans of an epic story, and that's fine, but they need to work up to it and present complete tales that never get finished, thus leaving any interested readers tearing out their hair over what might have been.
EmmetEarwax
12 months ago
I don't know how old Taral is; 65 to me is a premature age to die. I hope to see 90 - provided I can enjoy it.
EmmetEarwax
12 months ago
S.Clay Wilson, whose art is repulsive, suffered an injury of unknown origin & nature (Accident? Attacked?) but known effect: brain-damaged, he was no longer able to plot & draw a story, but did disconnected sketches. Also unable to initiate a conversation, but could engage in one that you began. Lately, he seems to be failing in those respects.

We did NOT correspond, but I saw underground "comix" in a now defunct bookstore, in a train terminal. Some stories I wish I could unsee.
CyberCornEntropic
12 months ago
I'm aiming for at least 120, myself. :p  Only a third of the way there. :p

Damage to the brain can really change a person.  One well-mannered, clean-cut man turned into a swearing and slovenly fellow after getting a spike rammed through his skull.  Others have had damage to their long- or short-term memory.  Some become vegetables.  It's not really something anyone would really want to experience, I think.
EmmetEarwax
12 months ago
Phineas Gage - the famous American Crowbar Case.
I've an interest in teratology & related horrors, owning a copy of Drs.Gould & Pyle's book "Anomalies & Curiousities of Medicine"(written over 100 years ago, it had no knowledge of genetics,tho.). You'll find plenty in Google Images.
CyberCornEntropic
12 months ago
It's more something that stuck in my memory than my being interested in such things.  On the other hand, I have found it useful as a comparison to Time Lord regeneration, albeit the latter also heals (and is fictional) whereas real brain damage causes a degradation in the functioning of a person.
CyberCornEntropic
12 months ago
" CyberCornEntropic wrote:
...but they need to work up to it and present complete tales that never get finished, thus leaving any interested readers tearing out their hair over what might have been.

"...And not present incomplete tales that never get finished...", doggone it.
EmmetEarwax
12 months ago
Like Zodiac in DevArt. After over 200 pgs, and with at least 7 cliffhangers in progress, work just - stopped. I waited & waited...
Finally I set a deadline, a year and a half since the latest page. It came & went - no work, no explanation... So I walked away from the story out of frustration ...

There are also fan (?)-fics that should not have ever been even started...
CyberCornEntropic
12 months ago
Exactly.  It's often been a problem with some of my stories in the past.  My dad often good-naturedly expressed how bothersome that tendency of mine was.  It's why I haven't posted a lot of prose online.  I figure any audience I might have deserves to have complete stories to read instead of stories that stop halfway.  I figure I was lucky to finish "Moon Rabbit".
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