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We’ve been making art and comics here at Erotic Mad Science for almost nine years now, and while this ins’t quite the first actual animation (Erosarts did some animated .gifs early on, including this girlscanner animation, but this is the first one that resembles an actual movie clip with sound and everything. It’s the work of artist HayleyPetHarley, for whom you can find a site at Newgrounds and follow on Twitter. You can also do as I do and support the artist on Patreon. C’mon, people, where do you think art comes from?
The art is an imagined version of the “Bubbles experiment,” which is the subject of my most ambitious comics translation experiment and versions of which you have been seeing here at Erotic Mad Science.
You can download the original MP4 of the animation here.
I had a great deal of fun working with the artist on this particular project, and hope you like it as well. If you do, feel free to sound off in the comments. Animation isn’t cheap, but maybe could be persuaded to do more…
This animation of unknown provenance is reblogged from this 13 March 2016 post at Infernal Wonders.
A.S.F.R. animations can be hard to find, but this is an unusually fine one. The tumblr where I found it originally contains this caption:
The white slave enjoys one final orgasm as the copper infusion transforms it into a statue, an objet d’art…
The animation is reblogged from this 26 November 2015 post at Infernal Wonders.
An unusual orphaned animated .gif the combines the “tube girl” and “goo girl” tropes. It is reblogged from this 31 October 2015 post at Infernal Wonders.
Reblogged from this post at Infernal Wonders. Orphaned as far as I can tell.
My original tumblr post was here. I don’t know where this intriguing clip is from, but it was originally posted on tumblr by vhs-ninja and comes to us via Rounded Curves.
My original tumblr post was here. This animation was first posted on tumblr by S-crap Treatment and comes to us via BruceS (Bruce Sterling), who added the comment “*That’s pretty out-there even by Fleischer standards.”
My original tumblr post was here. This animation was originally posted at Rob Shields’s Illustration, which I believe is the tumblr of the creator. He added this explanatory text:
R.I.N. (replicated intelligence network) final animation. I’ll be trying to update weekly for the next few weeks as I continue to push closer to finishing the game demo (still needs a lot of work) and also finishing the first pages of the motion comic which will be somewhere between 12-16 pages with some animated panels. The game and comic will release together and will kick off the official story line of Neon Wasteland so stay tuned.
Shields has a website, following the URL in the animation: www.robshields.net.
The animation comes to us via Cursed Maker.
My original tumblr post was here. This animation was first posted on Tumblr by CORE is all and all is CORE, who included the following text:
The PROGRAM is <DOWNLOADING>
Accept the PROGRAM.
CORE is all and all is CORE.