Tag: Dark Rift
So here’s a frame from the upcoming Dossier 014 (currently untitled), only the second dossier to feature the raven-haired xenophile Polly Talbish. For those new to Epoch Art, Polly “Pixie” Talbish is one of the stars of our Dark Rift sci-fi comic. This dossier takes place in the days of Sam Talbish’s (Polly’s father) nascent contraband business. In those early days, as Sam did his best to gain clients, he and Polly did a lot of the delivery themselves. They would fly all over the Sagittarius Arm of the galaxy, trading and selling… buying and borrowing.
One such trip to a desert moon led an inquisitive and bored Polly (with her pet Jester in tow) to a large downed U.P.A. spacecraft. During her exploration, she encountered a very large alien living inside who turned out to be quite inquisitive himself… much to Polly’s utter delight.
This dossier will feature a very wet Polly in soaked, see-through underwear. The first promotional piece of art I release (once I have a working title and logo) will give you a glimpse of this outfit and the wet look. I guarantee you’re going to love it.
Look, I can promise to give you guys a release window and a solemn promise to do my absolute best to hit it if you promise to not give me shit if I don’t. Deal? Okay, good. Then keep an eye out for this release in the Epoch Art store the first week of May.
The hype-train has left the station. Choo choo, motherfuckers.
Ladies and hyenas, just wanted to drop these off to you all real quick as I’ve had an exhausting day of running errands and need to get some work done yet on the next commission project. So here are four pinup-styel images of Polly Talbish, enjoying her time in the exotic hot springs of an alien planet, commissioned by site regular Chris3DX. Drop him a note of thanks and let him and I know what you think. By the way, if you enjoyed the previous Ember commission, he’s also the one to thank. I personally think they turned out great and was excited to do more with the set I put together for the Polly and Jester commission (which can be found in the Exclusive Newsletter Gallery).
If you find yourself not getting a rise out of these images, check your pulse… you’re likely dead.
‘Til next time, folks. Enjoy your week!
Happy Valentine’s Day! While we dine on confectionaries from a heart-shaped box (Hey! Wait! I’ve got a new complaint) and “surprise” our loved one with overpriced, long-stemmed roses that will be dead in two weeks, let’s take a minute to appreciate the subtext of what this non-holiday is all about: sex!
Well, it’s actually a fabricated holiday that traces its roots to the martyrdom of a Christian priest which was co-opted centuries later by greeting card companies to sell greeting cards and gifts under the guise of romantic love… but still!
So here’s a render of Polly visiting an outdoor spa on an alien planet, and wouldn’t you know it? She’s noticed someone approaching her, but doesn’t seem all that concerned that she’s been spotted nude. In fact, I’d say she looks rather pleased by it. I wonder who it could be?
Brace yourself, as this post is likely going to ruffle a lot of tailfeathers…
I’ve done the math. My calendar is slated and every day penciled in, but there is literally no way I can possibly expect to complete Clara Ravens Episode 4: Colombina’s Illusion by Christmas, which was my sole intention. Even if I work every single day from now until it is finished, it would be impossible to complete, due in large part to the time required to render out the animated sex sequences (they take a few days to over a week per animation) and the sheer amount of renders that compose one page of the comic, using our DCV image overlay technology.
So this puts me in a bind. The holidays are fast approaching, and time off around the holidays is something I am looking forward to, especially because my girlfriend who has been living with me for over a year is wanting to meet my family. So we will travel back to my neck of the woods in Pennsylvania and see how that goes. It’s a big step.
I’m really not trying to bore you with personal stuff, but the reason I’m mentioning this is because I do want to get something out before the holiday (ideally something I can release mid-December) that will help me offset the cost of plane tickets and holiday expenses. You’ve probably noticed I’ve had a release in December for the last two years. This is simple planning for the holidays, and this year I want to do the same. But CR4 simply isn’t going to make it in time.