Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Another mixed bag of my work.

A second collection of my art that doesn't fit my other categories...I guess you could call this the
"Miscellaneous" section.

"retro gamer" 

"what's with the costume"
Something I created for Thanksgiving...the holiday 
on which Mystery Science Theater 3000 made its original debut.

Admittedly,an impulsive piece...a still from one of the 
Archie animated series of the seventies,with a slight alteration.

"my magic kingdom"...posting this one in its original size...seemed the best way to show the amount of detail I put into this one.

Sort of a mash-up of two cinematic elements
from that particular year.

"space oddity"

Friday, November 4, 2016

Homemade Wacky Packages 5

These are my homemade,1970's-style Wacky Packages.

...and I start this page with these four,the fourth of which 
is the one hundredth one I've done!!!!

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Obama-Hope-poster-style artwork.

I've done so many of these,I decided to give them their own page,like I did on DeviantArt.

"HOPE for nice weather"

Anyone who lived in Milwaukee,WI during the 1970s will recognize this as 
Albert The Alleycat...he started out as a character on a locally produced kids' 
show on WITI Channel 6...he was moved to the local news broadcasts,and 
eventually became an unofficial mascot of the station until 1981.

"HO momma!!"

The two rather provocative women depicted here are Crissy Moran 
and Aria Giovanni;this is based on a color pic of the two.

"je HOPE vah's"

Some years ago,my brother Matt...that's him on the far left...got together with 
Kent Boyce,Tim Cook and Steve Adams to form the hard-rock band Bender.
During their time together,they released two albums,Joe and Jehovah's Hitlist.
Their music was featured in two movies,3000 Miles To Graceland and one of 
the Scary Movie films--I don't know which one--as well as the videogame 
ATV Offroad Fury for Playstation 2.

"the other trinity"

From the Astro City comic books...depicted here are,from left to right,superhero 
Samaritan,superheroine Winged Victory and masked vigilante the Confessor,the 
three of which are the protagonists of the miniseries Victory...they are the "other 
trinity" because of their resemblance to the grouping of Superman,Wonder Woman 
and Batman.

"say it like it's written"

Tommy Wiseau,in an iconic moment from his messterpiece The Room.
The text must be pronounced as it's spelled there,to reasonably capture Wiseau's 
accent/speech impediment/weird way of talking that has you scratching your head 
in bewilderment as to what the hell country's this guy's from.

"there's always room for jello"

Inspired by the Wally Wood-illustrated comicbook story Gookum!,as 
it appeared in MAD #2 (Dec '52/Jan '53)...a comical four-armed alien 
lands on Earth and,over a provided meal,regales the press with the tale 
of his escape from his home planet,long threatened by the Gookum,a 
bright red gelatinous substance that lay dormant for many years before 
it came to life and proceeded to devour everything in its path. He finishes 
his story just as he is brought dessert...a cherry-jello parfait...at which 
he recoils in horror. Guess why.


Actor Lance Fuller from the 1955 sci-fi movie This Island Earth...
the title of this piece,as well as the caption,come from the irreverent 
but hilarious treatment it received in Mystery Science Theater 
3000:The Movie.

"improver of radio guidance"

Hedy Lamarr (1914-2000),who,along with composer George Anthiel,
designed a frequency-hopping system for radio-guided torpedos,which 
could cause them to go off course.Unfortunately,during WWII,the American 
military did not use ideas created by civilians;an updated version of their 
design was put into practice during the Cuban missile crisis.It also became 
the forerunner for the technology used in Wi-Fi and Bluetooths.

Oh,yeah...I think she also appeared in several movies...one of which where 
she performed sans clothing.

"and that's the tooth"

This is based on an illustration done by Norm Saunders,
the artist behind hundreds of illustrations,but most notably 
the original Mars Attacks trading cards,as well as the 1970s' 
series of Wacky Packages.

"not obsolete"

From the classic Twilight Zone episode "The Obsolete Man",Burgess 
Meredith as librarian Romney Wordsworth,condemned to die by the 
totalitarian society he lives in.

Monday, September 12, 2016

Sexy photo-collages.

Having recently discovered the snipping-tool on my computer,I've been using it to create these...I
decided to give them their own page.

"for that shirt"
From an ultra-obscure 1977 movie called Prime Time,one of those >feh<
adult-sketch comedy movies...this one's a far cry from Kentucky Fried 
Movie,believe me...they're spoofing a famous ad campaign of that era,except 
instead of giving her $50 for that shirt,the offer is $1000 to let our 
viewing audience see what you look like completely naked.

"batwoman ass"
From the 1966 movie The Wild,Wild World Of Batwoman (MST3K version,
hence the silhouettes)...close-ups of dancing bikini-clad female butts was seen 
in the movies a lot during that era,but for some reason,they always were of girls 
with skinny bottoms...kinda defeats the purpose,if you ask me...anyhoo,this flick,
stupid as it may be,not only has a dancing girl with a nice ass,she actually pulls 
out her wedgie on film.

"jack's ripoff"
From a 2009 (?) Jack-In-The-Box commercial,where a very nice MILF 
gets down to her underwear in the hopes it will win her the contest.

"tawnee's incredible ass"
...as in internet sex symbol Tawnee Stone,with video stills 
showing off her magnificent butt.

"bab's underwear dissolves"
I took an image of  an underwear-clad Barbara (Batgirl) Gordon from 
the animated direct-to-video Batman: The Killing Joke,added cleavage 
to her panties,then painted them out,followed by her undershirt.

"dunlop doesn't make underwear"
...as in she's lucky...from a 1970s commercial by British 
manufacturer Dunlop,a portion of which involves a female 
tennis player...first deprived of her equipment,then her clothes.

"I paid to see your underwear"
From CollegeHumor's video illustrating the notion that men think about 
sex every seconds...the payoff gag that ends a dinner date in which the girl,
for no logical reason,has chosen to abandon the date in a public restaurant 
after somehow stripping down to her underwear in 2.3 seconds.

Monday, July 20, 2015

Sexy Babes.

A collection of sexy illustrated babes...that aren't Disney-related or have anything to do with comic book superheroines. Some of these are also featured on other pages of my blog.

"momiji has a bad day" 
The heroine from the Japanese animated series Blue Seed.

"when naked women argue"
Featuring a pair of cartoon women I first discovered on 
Deviant...on the left is Honey Baxter,also known as the 
superheroine Laser Lady,forced to strip naked and unmask 
to save the world (the original strip can be seen elsewhere 
on my blog).On the right is schoolteacher Miss Truth,who 
seems to have an unfortunate habit of ending up nude in 
public...their creators are named in the piece.

Two well-known animated female sleuths,
finding themselves in a somewhat precarious 

"bad toon gals"

"no invisible hair needed"
For the explanation of this piece's admittedly bizarre title,
look for this one on my Screensavers page.

"seven days to color"

"sorry...no boobies"
...as in,in the original scenario in which this is based,
the girl was unexpectedly rendered topless.

"fastest thing on two feet"

"no zits on her"

"please,no blonde jokes"

"sally forth as wonder woman"

"security in the modern army"

"bare facts"

"beyond the probe"

"blood and chocolate"

"earth girls are easy"

"love perdition style"

"THX 1138"

"venus has risen"

"emphasis on man"

"dark and sweet"

Happy Valentine's Day!

"barely escape"


The less-than-modest lady pictured here is Tabitha Vixx,
from The Simpsons,episode 378,Marge & Homer Turn A Couple Play.

This "pantsing sketch",as I've chosen to call it,was done in the border 
of the evening paper...many of these get clipped,then filed away for 
future reference,possibly to become the basis for a full-color piece;
this one I chose to post as is.
However,as you can see below,I did turn this into a full-color piece,
albeit with a few revisions.

"and still no underwear"

"flesh and metal"

"laura marano nude"

...and here she is in color.


"elvira gets ready"

"biggest one she could hold"

"the pause that refreshes"

"cocktail sauce"
Created for a holiday-themed contest on DeviantArt,I'm 
replicating the look of cocktail napkins with racy cartoons 
that were popular several decades ago.

"she's got the fever".