Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Merry Christmas!



From the bottom of my heart I like to thank all my fans, friends, and clients who supported me throughout the year and then some. You guys are the best gift an artist can ask for!

Merry Christmas everyone!

Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Sunday, October 28, 2012

Trunks and Mrs. Briefs 1-4


What started out as a single strip somehow became it's own ongoing little mini-series. I love the idea of Trunks and Mrs. Briefs together. There were days I would daydream about how these two would interact with each other, especially so given Mrs. Briefs cheerful and ditzy housewife-like personality. As well, I didn't see a lot of artwork or comics featuring the two so I thought "I'm an artist. Why not actually DRAW the darn thing." Of course what came out was pretty amusing and sexy.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Commission: She-Hulk Jacuzzi, The Mighty Endowed and Impulse, and She-Hulk and Power Girl at the Gym

Here are a few incredibly awesome comic commissions featuring some of my favorite heroes and villainess.


 First up, my favorite sexy mean green machine in a romp with a very lucky partner. I really enjoyed drawing She-Hulk in a bikini, hell I just love drawing gorgeous women in bikinis. It's sort of becoming my thing.

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Where I talk about Tumblr and the Blog

Hey everyone.

First: my apologies for not having updated my blog in sometime now. That has nothing to do with you folks who still kindly come around and continue to comment (thank you to all of you who do so by the way!). A little while back I started posting my (new) work on my new tumblr page, and I found myself really enjoying the process. I've found the platform pretty easy and simple to use and I'm really happy to see my work get "reblogged" or "liked" by some folks on there. It's been pretty fun.

At the same time, it's made me lose focus on this blog (not something I ever intended to happen, I assure you), and it made me think about where my focus will be going forward. In general, it's going to be on tumblr (and my twitter). That's not to say I won't be posting on here at all. Sometimes I'll post a larger batch of work I've recently posted elsewhere, and sometimes I'll post about the comics I've recently read (a small thing I've found a few of you here have enjoyed), and sometimes I'll post whatever may be on my mind (if anything, tumblr doesn't quite strike me as the place for long-form posts).

Again, I'm not abandoning my blog, it'll remain active and I'll still add posts. Just probably not as often.

If you have a tumblr account, don't be afraid to follow me! And if you don't, be sure to bookmark my page. Also, on tumblr you can "Ask Me Anything" there; the anonymous feature is active so don't be afraid to drop me a line anonymously or otherwise.

As always, thanks for sticking around. I hope I'll continue to see you guys and gals around here, and elsewhere.

Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Monday, July 2, 2012

Sketches and WIPs

Hey everyone! It's been while since my last update, but hopefully this large post will make up for lost times.

So, there isn't much to say here, the title of the post is pretty self explanatory. I've searching through my folder recently and I realized there were some things, mostly sketches, that I haven't posted up yet. At least not on the blog. Some of you may have already seen some of these pictures posted else where, either on the wwoec forums or on my twitter. Some of these sketches I will probably finish and color, but most will probably just remain as sketches. The sketches below are in no particular order:

Let's start off with a sketch I drew recently of Maddie Fenton from Danny Phantom:



As I mentioned briefly on twitter, I've never really watched a full episode of Danny Phantom. I always caught a few minutes of it here and there. From what I did see I thought the show was okay and the mom was fun. She looked very cute with the straight cut short hair.

The reason why it took me this long to draw her is because I was always a bit uncertain about how I would draw what I call "the Hartman style." Most of the characters are very geometric (lots of sharp angles and the such) and I wasn't really sure if I could be pull it off, especially the face. But I like to think I did a good job here with Maddie. Although, I made her body less geometric when I sketched her nude. I'm going to have to find a good balance between what I normally do and the Hartman's style.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Exercise Mom 7 (or, Cock Push-Ups)


Another Exercise Mom piece colored by the incomparable Nearphotison!

I would say this is probably one of my favorite pieces from the series so far. The idea, what with the cute fellow performing "cock push-ups," if you will, happened to be suggested to me by a friend just around the the time I was unsure of how else to continue things (keeping the fitness theme intact isn't as easy as one may think). And I'm super, super happy with this.


To my friend out there: thanks again for the fantastically dirty idea!

Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Chun-Li's Private Lesson


Hey everyone! Here's a mini-comic I finally took some time to finish. It stars Chun-Li and her delicious thighs. Oh, wait! No! It also stars her helpful student, whom I've named Liang.

Chun-Li, you see, is looking to teach her disciple a few more special techniques and Liang, well, he's only too happy to learn of course and eager to please his master...