I realize updates to this site have been somewhere in between lacking and totally non-existent this year. So instead of trying to break up a few uploads into parts, I’m just going to do a full upload of all the unposted commission work from the last four months. Enjoy.
Starting with fuzzy little gem. A dwarf king, all decorated up in gold jewelry and nothing else. He’s got his foot on a bulbous green rump. See the image below for more on that.
A very very important position. He’s very good at his job by the way. I’m normally not all that fascinated by hoods and blindfolds, but the combination of utility that those rings would provide makes a lot of sense.
My official policy on transformation sequences is usually a big “no.” I don’t like doing sequences. Which is when this commissioner got clever and asked for a single image that cleverly encapsulates a before and after using a mirror. The official story behind this transformation is biological in its explanation. The mirror isn’t REALLY showing his original form, it’s all just metaphorical. So no, it’s not a magic mirror or anything. I do personally like the metaphorical transformation.
A very weird image. Very e-fetish. Well… anything involving magical displacement of body parts (this me dancing around using the word “dismembered” because that brings to mind a very un-sexy kind of imagery) is going to be e-fetish material. Those little fantasies so removed from reality that it’s almost hard to think of them as weird. There’s almost an uncanny valley for bizarre fetishes. The clearer it is that it’s fiction, the easier it is to fap to.
A fellow with a new set of horns and hooves because he fondled the wrong magical artifact. Nothing much more to it than that. The snake tail looks like it’s coming out of his butt… but… oh well.
A Gargoyle is an architectural statue that’s linked up to the gutter system. They pour water through their mouths. Grotesques are just statues. Both are ugly monsters though. I guess at a certain point it’s just splitting hairs, but Disney’s Gargoyles was inaccurately named. This guy could technically be considered a Gargoyle I suppose. Considering his spout.
Most of my works needs very little explanation. It is exactly what it is.
He’s part human, ogre, and dragon. Some kind of magical hybrid creature. He’s got a cross breed dick… s…
I rarely draw multi-dicked creatures. Not because I’m against them, but because they need to remain rare among my work to remain special. Commissioner’s characters don’t really count however.
I am really open about my preference for size-difference. Usually it’s only a few feet of difference, this image really defines the upper limits of my appreciation for size difference. Love this pairing though. Wished I had fit more of those little monsters on him. Would’ve been great to have them be like a mountain of tribbles overwhelming him.
Just some lizard guys in naked company with each other, having a conversation. Some are just more comfortable in their own skin I suppose.
Characters belong to the commissioner, but I’ve drawn them twice in the past. This is the orc who, after a brisk handjob in a stream, asks his minotaur pal if he “wan’ sum fuck.” Minotaur definitely obliged. I love orcs and minotaurs.They’re a good staple of the genre.
Hank McCoy’s past and present self, having a good hump. Based on some canonical time travel stuff from the comics. Hank is my favorite member of the X-men.
I think racoon is cool guy, eh humps faces and doesn’t afraid of anything.
Hotdogging Quasimodo of Hunchback of Notre dame. A part of a past sequence, involving this character. I feel like I managed to capture him reasonably well… but ehh… deformities are still not my strong suit.
Seriously I’m totally addicted. If it wasn’t clear to everyone already. I have an wavering love for intact penises. They are a biomechanical marvel and sensual miracle.
Part of a sequence. I may repost the completed sequence once they’re all lined up together. A fantastically strange character. Lenk, the man with a dick for a head and a head for a dick. Based on some earlier commission work I did for another commissioner.
Here you can see clearly what Lenk has between his legs. A long haired bearded man. Without color you can’t really tell that he’s blonde, but that is the case I assure you.