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Trying this outfit without the hat and with some apt nail polish.

Creedy x3

Apr. 20th, 2017 12:21 am
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Cut for nudity )

Some different looks for Creedence. I think of the natural as her default look, but if her hair is now in dreadlocks, it may be stuck that way for a while!
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Happy Easter, everybody.



United Webcomics isn’t doing Sexy Bunny Day this year, but so what? Ellery’s Bunny Day outfit hasn’t been published to my recollection.
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Hot weather and green growing things.

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They are in fact monstrously large )

Ugh, I was going to start a strip twelve hours ago. I have not been working on a strip. So, here’s a ridiculous semi-nude render instead. Now I have to work on something new for tomorrow.
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Another render from yesterday. And a design that is ostensibly another DC superhero, not that you’d know if I didn’t tell you…

…so I won’t!

World-famous illusionist “Anna Ocean” in a bikini and a cardigan. (Totally not Zatanna, you guys.) She said this outfit was a response to the unseasonably warm weather this week. But c’mon, she’s worked Vegas! I think there is probably a heated pool somewhere in the context.
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I haven’t been keeping up the daily renders. I wonder if I should go back to just posting a comic every week. I know I can in theory. But somehow it’s hard to switch back to that.

I have developed a habit of coming up with a “quick, last-minute” render and then abandoning artwork once I post that online. So I want to break that habit. This morning I rendered three completely different scenes before posting any of them.



This is the one I think I spent the least time on today. It’s an old unused scene of my interpretation of Wonder Woman. Technically, I did alter it a little bit today, making her legs a wee bit shorter and her arms a wee bit longer. Oh, and I added lights and picked a new camera angle. But the pose & outfit already existed, so it was rather quick.
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Forty-nine years ago today, they killed the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Those that conspired to kill him were part of the power establishment, including government officeholders. They killed him to stop his challenge to the ruling class. Dr. King wanted to share the wealth of the nation with the people of that nation who were excluded from power; with the poor, the despised, and the oppressed.

I see people call themselves “conservative,” “conservatives,” “right-wing,” or the like for a lot of different reasons–some good, some bad. Even I’m “conservative” in some sense, on an issue or two. Tradition can be worth defending, sometimes.

But the United States of America has a history of ridiculous, extreme racism on one hand, and extreme, ridiculous “laissez-faire” capitalism on the other hand. In that context, “conservative” has a meaning. “Conservative” has a default, primary meaning. This is what it looks like; this is what it is.

A tradition of racial abuse, or of peonage, or of violence in the service of a ruling elite–that’s not a tradition worth defending or “conserving.”

(No art today.)
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nudity (waist up), sexual implications... )

I’m dropping this business of not stating this woman’s name. She’s ‘Lia’ for reference purposes.

As for this shot, um, yeah, he’s naked, and I don’t know why….

2017-04-01

Apr. 1st, 2017 11:09 pm
raspberryrain: "Waiting for the train" cropped and colour-shifted (rain)
I’ve been accused of having bad lighting on some of my images. But sometimes I just really want that subtle, true-to-life naturalistic lighting. Here’s an example I’m really proud of. I hope your screen can show the intricate colour variations.

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A tiny bit of animation.

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