Original post here. This image was researched by Bacchus at ErosBlog as part of the “Δ commission.” The research was originally published at Hedonix as “Δ 002 – Monster Jalopy.” Here is what Bacchus found.
According to this post at Comics Alliance, the apparently-untitled artwork seen here was drawn by George Webber for sale at a 2010 fundraiser called “The Monsters Project” for the benefit of the Comics Book Legal Defense Fund (CBLDF). This item at Sketchcollectors.com is in accord, attributing the art to “George Webber – NoCashComics.com” and calling it a “Sketch Card for Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, October 2010 Monsters fundraiser”.
I’m a cartoonist, painter and illustrator working out of a 5 x 7 foot storage unit, number 21 to be exact (thus the name “Storage 21 Arts”) in the second most expensive city in the U.S (San Francisco).
I’ve been drawing and painting for over 40 years and my work often has elements of cartooning and illustration creating images that often have a “Story Telling” element to them.
And while my artworks have been featured in many national magazines and are proving to be popular among collectors of “Lowbrow” and “Kustom Culture” artworks, every day is a struggle to keep it moving forward and to continue making art.
But with enough fans and supporters I can keep creating the things you have come here to enjoy.
Original post here. This image was researched by Bacchus at ErosBlog as part of the “Γ commission.” The research was originally published at Hedonix as “Γ 053 – Woman, Omelet.” Here is what Bacchus found.
This image’s first discoverable appearance on the internet was on a French-language blog in 2009, where it is credited only with an “images that I love” tag. It has subsequently been shared across a variety of French-language blogs and social media sites, usually called “femme oeuf” or “oeuf femme” (“egg woman”). In 2011 a pair of animated versions (here and here) were made using the trial version of the Sqirlz software for creating animated water reflections. No information could be discovered about the original creator of the image.
Original post here. This image was researched by Bacchus at ErosBlog as part of the “Γ commission.” The research was originally published at Hedonix as “Γ 016 – Bride Of Frankenstein.” Here what Bacchus found:
This artwork is by OriginalNick on Deviant Art, who has titled it HALLOWOMEN: Bride of Frankenstein. There are at least two more works in his HALLOWOMEN series, namely Vampira and Alien Spy Chick. Also of potential image in his gallery: Octopoontang!
Three of the more mad-science-y ones from a photoset. Original post here.
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