Rollover each card for the punchline that will be displayed on the inside. Note that I didn’t come up with these gag lines– just the characters and poses. I’ll have more cumming in the future, but for now, feast on these hunks. Which one’s the hottest?
Category Archives: commission
Basically here are some of the reference materials I use. Some are pics from the internet, rough CG models from my partner, and some are photos of me! Sorry I’m censoring my face and bulge in these. As vain as I am, I am not comfortable with my face (or cock) being plastered all over the net.
I do however want my pecs to be appreciated though– haha!
Of course, one night after everyone has left the theater, the two boys get it on behind the counter of the concession stand, using popcorn butter as lube. The butter thing was the most unique part of the story, so in my other two sketches, I really played it up. Unfortunately, those weren’t chosen (presumably because Freshmen can’t depict fluids.) Originally, I thought it was only bodily fluids that fell in that category.
In any case, I have two sketches with some meaty guys dousing each other in lube but I dunno what to do with them. I was thinking one of them could make a really schweet fan-art of Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble… but what would they use as lube?
Take a tour of his site and once your done perusing his pics, read some of his writings. I am a fan of the gay virginity story…
Hilariously Stereotypical Big Loud Boarish Italian American Guy Born & Raised in Brooklyn: YEAH? WUT SCHOOL YA GO TO?
Hilariously Stereotypical Big Loud Boarish Italian American Guy Born & Raised in Brooklyn: OH, WHAT’S IT, SOME ARCHITECTURE SHYT?
Me: Um, yeah, somethin’ like that.
His reaction, though a perfectly normal tone for him, kinda startled the hell out of me because he was just so big and loud and projecting. It made me think for a minute how (thankfully) cutoff I am from certain cultures. The funny thing was, if he was that reactive over the lie, imagine if I’d told him the truth– that it was really for a drawing in a gay porno magazine! HEHE!
Eerily uncanny though, was that this assignment came right at a time when I was really into auto mechanics. (Refer to this post.) Remember how I mentioned the commercial for the trade school with the hot mechanic boy? Well, here he is! Yeah, I took pictures off the TV with my phone.
First up is Kid Sonic, a cocky young hothead with a heart of gold. Yeah, he’s loosely based on the Flash with a dash of the Life of Ryan kid mixed in there. I really love the 2nd part of this drawing. He just turned out so damn cute!
Next is the Stalker, a fearsome brooder with a thirst for justice. It’s a toss-up between who I find more sexy– All-American or his flip-side counterpart, the Stalker. In regard to these guys, the Superman + Batman dynamic was discussed at length. If All-American is the bright and shiny idolesque hero, then the Stalker is the dark, creepy hero that no evildoer ever wants to cross… ever!
In case you haven’t noticed, character design is one of my absolute favoritest things to do in the whole wide world! And since me and the guy that gets these commissions share a love for sexy gay superheroes, churning these out ends up being a real treat for me!
The boys’ Winter Formal Dance is abruptly interrupted when they discover their arch villain Redcoat has returned and kidnapped one of their buddies! The setting is the grounds of the guys’ posh New England prep school.
This BG was fun to concoct and really sets the mood for the piece. Redcoat, as my client dictates, is an old enemy, possibly from way back in the Revolutionary War where he battled the heroic Ghost Soldier. Now he has mysteriously reappeared with a vengeance! He’s All-American’s version of the Joker or Lex Luthor– a real evil sunnuva. He was pretty fun to draw as well, and successfully convinced me that I can make a guy in a powdered wig hot. heehee.
And then we have the cute lil’ teenaged hostage. My client liked my design for him so much that he made him into a super-hero as well! Meet The Rebel, the latest sidekick for the patriotic super-duo. He’s loyal, eager, and ready to serve! Think of the “Batgirl dynamic” with a dash of Jimmy Olsen thrown in.
More on these guys to come…
In the first one, as skinny teens, Todd and Cameron discover an old chest in a dusty attic from which a ghastly specter appears. The ghost is a soldier from the American Revolutionary War and also a super-hero in his own right.
This series was particularly fun as I got to explore new techniqes with the ghost and his power effects. Also, even though the background was a pain, it was pretty satisfying to get it done. So expect more from me about this duo because I’ve totally fallen in love with them and their story.
Also, let my client know what a cool premise this is for a comic book! You’d buy it right?
Mild-mannered prep school boys by day… HOT BULGING SUPER-HEROES by night! Meet “All-American” and his sidekick “Golden Boy!” These illustrations were particularly fun because of the elaborate storyline the client’s come up with. And yeah… prep school boys are effing HAWT! I went to a prep school but we didn’t get to wear uniforms. I remember being disappointed about that. The kids at my school all dressed like shyt. But I digress.
I am particularly proud of the third piece here. I don’t know if I’ve mentioned this before but I have an extreme fear of zombies. I don’t know why. They just freak me out. Thriller gives me nightmares. I can’t play Resident Evil past the first stage. And Dawn of the Dead is probably one of the most disturbing things I’ve ever seen.
So, you’ll see why I was a little worried about drawing zombies for the commission. What saved me was that they’re supposed to be hot. So I figured, perfect– I don’t have to draw eyes hanging out of their sockets or exposed brain or anything. haha.
So here’s the latest thing I’ve been working on: a group of illustrations to accompany a story about pirates in  magazine.
Basically, it’s about a beautiful blonde male model who is getting shots taken on a fake pirate ship in the Bermuda Triangle. But then, of course, lightning strikes, and the model is mystically transported back in time to a real pirate ship.
Of the four drawings, my favorite is the one with the group of pirates all ogling the pretty boy tied to the mast. I had fun designing the characters. My partner said I made the Black one look a little too insane– LOL. It’s the eyes. I definitely wanted them all to look crazed.
I’m also proud of how the captain came out. I was worried I’d have trouble making him appear as gruff as a pirate captain would be while still trying to make him as attractive as the story describes. Hopefully, it worked. I’d join this guy’s crew before Jack Sparrow’s any day! (Not to put down Johnny Depp, who will always be high on my list of doable Hollywood!)
For an added bonus, below, you can see the reference pic I took to visualize the group shot piece. A Street Fighter gangbang– wouldn’t that be hot?!