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...

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Commissions: My Son the Doctor and Being Good is Hard


Doctor, doctor, give me the news
I've got a bad case of lovin' you!

Sorry, I couldn't help myself. Here are two commissions starring once again Carley and her son having more costume fun!


These two have a very active cosplaying life style and I can't help but find it very sweet.

Sketches:



Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

April O'Neil at the Movies pt. 2 and Basquash Titfuck


This was a gift request I did sometime ago for my friend Nearphotison. Looking back on it I think I probably went WAY overboard on Miyuki's breasts (the one on the right); I guess just can't seem to control myself sometimes... That being said, overall I think the piece came out looking good and I definitely enjoyed drawing everyone's expressions.




Here's another somewhat older gift request I did for a friend. It's the continuation of the commission "April O'Neil at the Movies," this time with April buttering up the popcorn (and more). Mm-mmm!

Sketches: 


Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Commission: Booth Rivals 5


Here we are at the final page! The competition is finally over and in my opinion, it looks like just about everyone wins.

Is it me or did the two lovely ladies put on quite the show?

Sketch:

It's almost a little sad to see this come to an end. I had quite a lot of fun working on each page - thinking about how each heroine might try and outdo the other - enough so that I would say it was easily one of my favorite projects to have worked on. I hope I can continue to be just as lucky and come into other projects that are as fun and as sexy (if not more so!) as this one was.

Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Commission: Mera's Hooked


Another awesome commission from another awesome person! Mera, the queen of Atlantis, seems to have caught herself a very lucky lad. Or, perhaps is it the other way around...?

I loved drawing a great pair of floating breasts! I thought it was pretty fun as I certainly don't do that often. And it was also fun to play with the colors here; the participants being underwater made things interesting. Speaking of colors, you'll find an alternate version of the piece just below. The only difference is there's an extra slight shade of blue to give more of the effect they're underwater.


Sketch:


Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Chichi and Gohan Animation


I made a short animation featuring Chichi and Gohan from Dragon Ball (using the current Flash program) and I'm happy to say it was good practice. I think after having animated a few walk cycles I wanted to try to do something a bit different. A bit more... action-y. It's not a perfect animated loop by all means, by the way, but I would be lying if I didn't say I wasn't a little proud of myself for working on it. 

Well, I'm going to continue practicing animation whenever I can - I didn't buy so many animation books for nothing! - and I'll be sure to post up some of the results here. Should be interesting.

Here's the rough animation: 


Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Monday, April 2, 2012

Captive Kiva


I finally found some time to color a sketch I made of Kiva from the show Megas XLR for wwoec's woman of the month for January. The piece was inspired by two things: the episode "DMV: Department of Megas Violations," when Kiva was captured by the space bounty hunter babe; and the cover to the comic "Invincible" no. 82.

I can't help but love a woman with an angry face. There's just something about it that makes her seem dangerous and yet sexy at the same time. 

The sketch:

Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Friday, March 30, 2012

Commission: Booth Rivals 4


The long awaited fourth Booth Rivals page is finally here, and it looks like we're coming close to the end! I don't think it's a spoiler to say these seductive heroines might still have at least one more trick up their sleeves...

Stay tuned.

Sketch:


Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Monday, March 26, 2012

Banner Girls


Here are the larger pin-ups of the the two bikini clad women gracing my blog banner. Like I mentioned on twitter, the two women kind of look like an alternate version of Amira and Sophie from my Sunday Hotness comic. And it was kind of a coincidence. In fact, I didn't even really notice the slight similarities until I was almost finished with the colors. Oh well! I love how they both came out regardless.

Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Friday, March 23, 2012

Jak and Daxter Sketches



Here are some Jak and Daxter sketches I made not too long ago. I'm a huge Jak and Daxter fan - played all the games - so I suppose it was only natural to get an itch to draw some of the characters. First, I sketched out Ashelin and "little Jak" (as I like to call him) in pencil and then, out of curiosity, I drew them again but in digital to see if there would be a major difference in style. Interestingly, there wasn't much of a difference (if at all) between both versions. After a few years of working on a Cintiq tablet I think my pencil sketches and digital sketches are beginning to look a lot more similar. 


After I sketched out Ashelin and little Jak I also moved on to Tess, Daxter, and Keira.

After the jump you can view three more sketches, a couple of which have content of a beastly nature...


Thursday, March 22, 2012

New Things To Come

Hey everyone!

I've had more than a few things on the plate and on the mind lately and I want for you to know what's up. Not too long ago I found I was enjoying a few things here and there I never would have expected to. Dirty, dirty things. What kinds of things you ask? Well! Things involving beasts... of all types (regular and fantasy). With women. In compromising positions. Ahem. Oh! And things that involve much, much older men... and busty women. Together. In compromising positions.

I can imagine that some of you may probably be a bit surpised by this. That's understandable! I was! As well some of you may also be a little concerned. Will these interests of mine change anything when it comes to the work I tend to normally post up? Quick answer: no. Nope. Not at all. Not one bit. Well.. no. I really love coming up with ideas for - and drawing plenty of - straight shota. And that's not going to change one bit. I love doing what I do and I want to continue doing it. In fact, I'd like to even incorporate some straight shota elements into some of these other interests. Funny, huh?

I have to admit, though, I'm a bit nervous about this. I'm concerned about what some of you out there may come to think of these interests - perhaps even of me. It's taken me a little bit of time to become comfortable enough to want to post this, to be honest. I guess I just hope that those of you who may not be into these things will still come by and comment on those things you do enjoy. Like I said above, there's going to be plenty of straight shota work appearing here, just like before.

By the way, I will be placing any work that falls into the "beastly" and "older man" genres under the jump, meaning you won't be able to see it unless you click on the specific blog post. I think it should keep things tidy here and still provide an avenue for everyone to view whatever they'd like (and not feel uncomfortable by anything they may not like).

I hope I've been able to provide a good enough explanation for some of the new work that will soon be gracing this blog. Again, despite my new interests, as I've said before nothing will change in regards to the work I've done so far. There will be plenty of straight shota art to come (even in the interests I've mentioned).

Thanks for reading! And I hope I haven't scared any of you away with any of my thoughts and (new) interests.

Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Slid's Sexy Milf's


Many of you who have visited have probably noticed my blog list on the right side. It's got some great people and great places to visit. Well, there's one particular artist, Slid, that I believe warrants a particular mention.

Every time I visit his blog I'm almost floored by the quality of the art, the sheer sexiness and liveliness of it. I just love how he draws his beautiful and classy-looking Milfs (both in and out of some dirty, dirty action). And his women - and the lucky lads (or gals) with them - always carry what amounts to a very sexy expression. Not an over-the-top, ridiculous look, but a proper and hot expression. It's something I'm easily both impressed with and inspired by.

   

What's also great about Slid is that he tends to place his gorgeous Milf's into comics, each of which have always been fun, kinky, and hot! (For a small example you can look at his "Meet The Gradys." and “The Ring” comics right on his blog.)

   

Slid recently opened up his own pay-site, Slid's Super Sex Comics, to help support him further in his sexy endeavors. There are more than a few great comics he's posted up on his blog that he'll either be continuing or reworking on his new site (like "Meet The Gradys"). And of course, he'll be posting up lots of other new work on there, too. I highly recommend you give it a look.

   

I should mention that no amount of Slid's art in this post is enough to truly showcase the breadth and depth of the man's work for it spans a whole host of kinks. Indeed, his work can go anywhere from a monster taking advantage of a sexy babe, to an “Invisible Sex Maniac” having less-than-consensual relations with a curvy dame, to hot space-babes in some really sexy, naughty action in... space. If any of that sounded hot to you (and it did to me!) then don't hesitate any further - in the off-chance you have - to check out his blog and site.

     

By the way, I've spoken quite a bit with Slid himself and you should know he's not only one of the nicest and kindest people I've had the distinct pleasure of conversing with, but he's also one of the hardest-working, impressively-talented, erotically-inclined artists I've known. Of the many western erotic-artists out there, Slid is one of the very best, and I don’t say that lightly. I really hope his new site is able to gain the recognition it deserves to get off the ground and allow this awesome artist many more opportunities to create that which we love: incredibly sexy, dirty, hot, passionate, quality art.

Keep swimming,
Glassfish



Saturday, March 10, 2012

Still Around

Hey folks! I know I've been away from the blog for a bit and I've left several of you wondering as to my whereabouts and status. Well, wonder no more! I'm doing fine everyone. I'm not dead. Or dying. Or injured in any form. The reason I didn't leave a note earlier was because I preferred to have something to show. Sure, I can leave a note and just say: "Oh my gosh! Guys! Guys! Guuuyyyysss!!! I'm okay. Oh. And I'll be back sometime. Hopefully soonish." But I never really liked the thought of doing that.

At the same time, reading the comments with everyone's concerns as well as some of the emails I received wondering if I outright quit the blog, it all started to weigh on me. "Still," I thought, "I'll come back when I'm ready and have some fun work to post for everyone. I'm sure folks will understand." And yet, here I am, no work to post up yet I'm afraid. Because I realized perhaps offering a quick note won't kill me and I should have some art to post up soon anyway.

Thanks for all the comments in my (and about my) absence. It was actually sweet to read some of them. It's nice to have those kinds of supporters.

I have some interesting stuff I'm working on I think you all might like and I can't wait to have it up. Until then, thanks for being around everyone, even when I wasn't. It means a lot to me.

Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Lorna Morgan Digital Portrait


When I was younger I loved drawing portraits, whether it was from a photograph or from life; whatever it was, it was always enjoyable. As I got older, though, while I still drew portraits sometimes I started drawing more western comic art. It was fun, and I couldn't help but go in that direction. Unfortunately, as I continued to do comic art, my portrait work started to slow. I would do something here and there, but it was rare. And eventually it got to the point where it practically came to an end.

But I want to get back into it, to get back to drawing portraits even if it's every so often. And I think now's a good time to do so! The piece just above is a simple one I did of the very curvy and busty model (and MILF!), Lorna Morgan:

 

As you can see the drawing is not exactly like the photo. Honestly, I think I made her look a bit younger and the eyes are not quite hers and her right shoulder there looks a bit long (and yes, I think I subconsciously made the breasts even larger)... but I like the portrait. It may not be perfect but I wasn't going for a photo-realistic look; I simply wanted it to capture her likeness and I think I came close. As well, I had fun drawing it because it reminded of how much I used to love doing portraits in general.

I'm going to have to do more, much more. I'd love nothing more than to be even better at something I tend to enjoy.

Sketch:

Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Commission: Starfire and Robin


Here's an awesome commission featuring Robin from Earth-16 (from the show Young Justice) and a very, very sexy Starfire. For this piece the client wanted me to draw a quite voluptuous Starfire and I was more than happy to deliver! Oh and I just loved drawing her huge, bountiful, beautiful... hair! Yes, I love Starfire's hair. (To me, it's one of her best features.) As well, I really liked Robin's dialogue here, there's something about a dirty-mouthed little Dick Grayson that's such a turn on.

The page without dialogue and the pencil sketch:


Keep swimming,
Glassfish

Sunday, January 1, 2012

Welcoming the New Year and Things To Come


Since last year I've sketched and doodled a bucket-load of ideas; many of which you've all seen (and some you haven't yet). What has made me happy is to have read so many of your comments and your emails, the vast majority of which were supportive of that which I do: sexy things. Oh and sometimes non-sexy things, like the occasional comic review... which I still make sexy. Sometimes. Anyway.

Thank you! Thank you so much for coming here, for enjoying the work, and for being kind enough to take a moment out of your day to leave me a note letting me know it. I can't tell you how much it is appreciated.

I have more than a few things planned for the year ahead. Some you'll expect, some you may not. All of it, I hope you'll enjoy. All of it, I hope you'll support.

Have a wonderful New Year guys! And thanks for making the last one so great!

Keep swimming,
Glassfish