Sunday, 26 June 2016

Grand Theft Dick 2

~ Detachable penis, detachable detachable ~

I felt like leaving it up to interpretation what happens behind that dune, but it shouldn't be too hard to guess.

With this I consider the "Woman steals man's dick" item in the backlog finished. There will be more of this theme in the future but not for quite a while.

Speaking of which, besides the monthly Patreon pieces, I want to spend all of July working on TotMW, because this month I've gotten very little done in that regard. It's so very close to finally returning to some sexy times too...

Thursday, 23 June 2016

Fight Fire with Ire

Bra from Dragon Ball Multiverse doing it with Brolly/Broly. This was a request I finally got around to drawing, and just in time as the comic in question got to an interesting part again.

I really have a thing for strong, angry ladies...

There will be more Dragon Ball coming eventually, but next up I'll do a continuation of the dick stealer comic from earlier and then I should be able to focus on TotMW for the rest of the month.

Monday, 20 June 2016

June Vote Bonus Winner

"I now pronounce you husband and wife. You may penetrate the groom."

"Groom getting fucked by futa bride on the altar, with an approving crowd behind them."

I've never drawn anything wedding related before, but this was pretty fun.

Friday, 17 June 2016

June Vote Winner

Rise and shine!

Here is option A, "Boy accidentally waking mother/sister up by blowing them; turns out he does it all the time whilst they were sleeping."

Better resolution on HF.

I'll also do option B, "Groom getting fucked by futa bride on the altar, with an approving crowd behind them." although it will be only in black and white.

Thursday, 16 June 2016

No Shinji don't get inside the fucking robot! (Rant)


I've been watching the anime Kuma Miko (Girl Meets Bear) and while I enjoy most of the cast, one of the characters, Yoshio, is pretty much intolerable.

It got me thinking about the point of characters like that, and how they can be tolerated if the situations their behaviour brings about are enjoyable. Basically they serve the same function as regular villains - they give the main characters something to struggle against so that the viewer can empathise with the latter and become engaged in the story. In this sense a villain that is truly threatening would be crucial for a story that focuses on the hero's growth as he goes into battle and faces untold dangers, but in one where the focus is the lighthearted friendship of the main cast the villain can be an outright incompetent moustache-twirler as long as foiling his plans brings the group together. In porn scenarios the vile, faceless mob tying up and fucking the innocent girl serves the same purpose - if the point is to get to see rough sex then the mob facilitates that very efficiently, while it couldn't play the same role under any other circumstances.

Here's where some dissonance occurs, because if someone is reading one type of story but expecting a different type they will interpret the characters in ways not intended by the author. An example of this would be Shinji from Neon Genesis Evangelion. Someone watching/reading it expecting a harmless show of giant robots beating up giant monsters where the characters are merely vehicles to make that happen might wonder why Shinji doesn't just "man up" and go punch the bad guys, while the actual point of the story is the soul crushing abuse that a broken boy with no sense of self-worth suffers at the hands of people who only view him as a tool to use for their own gain. The point of NGE is the people, not the robots, but viewers who only wanted robots didn't care about the people. Shinji serves the purpose of the psychological-abuse genre perfectly but not the robot-punching genre.

Likewise if someone is watching porn expecting their favourite fetish but getting one that turns their stomach instead. They don't see the sexual appeal so it reads like a different genre of story to them. This is why some fetishes (like netorare and vore) receive so much derision - people not into them become offended by what they read as the story's moral implications instead. Meanwhile the author probably did not even consider the story from a moral perspective because they were writing in a genre where that didn't matter, much like how action movies can be offensive as all hell but still enjoyable if all you're looking for is explosions and gunfire.

Yoshio of Kuma Miko is completely oblivious to/dismissive of the feelings of those around him, especially Machi (the titular girl), yet constantly manipulates and pushes her until he gets his way despite her obvious objections. His purpose in the show (the way I watch it at least) is to force Machi into different situations that challenge her.

In real life that's emotional abuse, but this is fiction, where only those wounds that the author decides to show actually happen. If we don't see Machi suffer from her experiences we shouldn't assume she is psychologically hurt, meaning that Yoshio's behaviour is not as bad as it would be in a different genre.

The problem is that the show actually focuses on Machi's inner struggle as she tries to handle the various situations that Yoshio forces her into, and she is very clearly shown to be traumatised by having to basically humiliate herself in public over and over. If the viewer is supposed to sympathise with the little girl (hard not to) one would expect Yoshio to receive some sort of karmic retribution or come to understand the impact of his behaviour, but that never happens. He basically has "plot armor" and that makes him insufferable.

TL;DR: Characters that are awful people can be good for a story but you can't mix genres, I guess?

Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Grand Theft Dick

Dickstealing! A bit weirder than usual for me perhaps.

I'd like to draw one more variation on the theme before crossing it from the backlog.

Saturday, 4 June 2016

View from under a Desk

Here we see what a male student of this school has to deal with during class.

Larger version of the top one on Patreon.

Wednesday, 1 June 2016

Temple of the Morning Wood (June Update)

Another round of pages. The double-sized ones count as two (36 & 37).

By pure coincidence, Nikandros appears on page 41 in both this and the previous chapter.

I am beginning to seriously doubt that the chapter will actually be finished this year by the way. It's barely a third of the way to the end. But I'm certainly going to try!

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