Well, not really. Not canonically, anyway. But apparently there are men and women who do pole dancing as a form of exercise. I just learned this from khazadune and I’m completely fine with women in tight-fitting clothes working a stripper pole to stay fit. After all, a healthy core is important… both in physical fitness and when finishing an apple.
This commission required a lot of research into pole dancing and, with the exception of the first image in the series, all of these are actual pole dancing moves with names and levels of difficulty. I watched a lot of videos to make sure the posing was authentic and it was actually quite a bit of work to sculpt musculature fixes where Sam’s mesh would deform from the more extreme bends. And then sculpt the same fits into her clothing.
Hello everyone! Hope you’re having a wonderful weekend so far. First things first: Don’t bother clicking on the image above, as it won’t open any larger. What you’re seeing is a crop of the second wallpaper I’ve completed for inclusion in the “bonus” features of Clara Ravens Ep. 4 Colombina’s Illusion Part II. If the crop doesn’t make it clear, it is a top-down camera angle of Clara relaxing in her home whirlpool jacuzzi bath tub. Like all the wallpapers bundled in the DCV, this one will have six different size options, with the largest created specifically for 4k monitors!
As promised, here’s a glimpse at the first of the desktop wallpapers to be bundled with the release of Clara Ravens Ep. 4: Colombina’s Illusion – Part II. I am only releasing a small version just like I did for part I, so you’ll have to wait for the comic’s release for the larger ones. I made sure to render to a resolution that allowed me to make a 4K version for those of you who like to couple giant tits with giant monitors.
The render is an homage to one of my favorite artists of all time: Boris Vallejo. Strap in for a moment, because I’m about to share a (hopefully) interesting story regarding Boris and his artist wife Julie Bell:
When I was growing up as a young teen, I played a lot of AD&D (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons to you non-nerds out there). I was also really into drawing and my uncle, a very accomplished artist, was helping me improve by giving me books on dynamic
Well guys, San Diego Comic Con 2017 is in the books, having wrapped up Sunday of this week. I had a blast and even though I’m starting to feel diminishing returns with what feels like a lot of repetition in panels, guest, events, and even exclusive toys, it still was a great con. This was my first year getting into Hall H for both Friday and Saturday panels, so I saw TONS of stuff, including that sick Avengers: Infinity Wars trailer that is still on lock down (I think someone leaked it with a camera phone online, but I’m sure they’ve been slapped with a cease and desist already). Other panels I saw were first looks at D.C.’s Aquaman and Justice League, and Marvel’s Black Panther and Thor: Ragnarok.