sf horror comic project, 10 issues in total, here what the front pages will probably look like, or similar.
Charlie submitted:She-Hulk done right
Hi there. If somebody brought this to your attention already, sorry for the spam, but I simply couldn’t resist, because I know issues about She-Hulk looking like supermodel instead of like huge green monster her cousin is popped on this blog before. These are the takes on She-Hulk done by amazing Nebezial (http://nebezial.deviantart.com/), whose work was shown here before. I think the second picture is quite self-explanatory.Lexie submitted:
Yes, this this this.
This is what she-hulk should look like - muscled, all the way to bulky. This also proves how somebody can be very muscled and still easily recognizable as female :D
The “girls can’t have muscles” agenda certain people try to force on us are in the end just all about their own personal preferences and nothing else.
Time for creep-stuff and cruelty. Maybe.
The lust slave’s life is often accompanied with fear, particularly when the master is known for eating people. Sometimes there is hope still, perhaps it’s “not bite, just play” ..?
But in the end this is just particularly gruesome, it has nothing to do with being nice or showing mercy. Two possible outcomes - either survival, or dying in a most horrible and degrading way, and it’s not possible to tell which of them will actually happen. Playing with hopes and fears, when there is hope, fear only gets worse.
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Because of this, I treat ‘requests’ as nothing more than ‘suggestions and inspirations’. Unless I’m able to turn it into something I would actually enjoy drawing myself, it will not be done. ;)
‘Would you draw my OC’-requests, or ‘Feel free to draw my OC anytime’ requests-in-disguise will not work however.
But while I’m good at saying ‘No’, I also see how such requests can be off-putting nevertheless - When people praise your stuff, then it turns out they actually don’t care at all, they just try to talk you into drawing what they want instead of what you want. Still best thing to do is - just stay friendly, just say ‘No’, and should they continue to ask you about such ‘requests’, then just ignore.
I must confess I’m surprised that people take down their art and leave sites just because somebody tried to get something for free. Yes, leeching sucks (pun not intended :P), but why make such a big deal out of it? :-/
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