Tales of Gnosis College fan art!

CG artist Redpill333 was inspired by the misadventures of poor Marie Martin to come up with an independent version of the capture bubble sequence we’ve just seen in the Tales of Gnosis College: Scientific Progress goes *SCHLORP*. I represent it here with his permission.


Redpill333 has some some very flattering side commentary on the Tales. All I can say as a writer is that seeing fan art based on something I’ve written makes me a special kind of happy. In the meantime, I encourage you to check out Redpill333’s work at his DeviantArt site, especially the “Sinister Plot” art series, which feels like something of a point of thematic contact with some of the sinister goings-on in the Gnosis College fictional world…

Post-Chapter One Liquid Girl II

Some more variants on a popular theme, probably an example of someone making ver own.  I wish I had exact provenance; although I can’t find it, I suspect that it’s the creator behind this site.

A pretty girl turning to liquid girl wonders at her situation.

I am beguiled at her bemusement.  And then there’s this:

I’ts so sweet that she doesn’t seem to feel she’s in a predicament at all, and flirts with the viewer instead.

Bespoke Art Gallery now added to Erotic Mad Science

Seeing as I appear to be commissioning more and more original artwork for Erotic Mad Science (there are six completed works, and others in the pipeline), I’ve decided to gather it in one place rather than just have it scattered across a sequence of presentation posts. Allow me to introduce, therefore, the Bespoke Art Gallery, which will now be its own page here.

As the screenshot indicates, you will now be able to reference art by thumbnail, and get summaries of information about the artwork.  While the gallery is still in development (and might change in the future), I do hope it will be helpful and agreeable to readers.  Enjoy!

Invisible girl sequential art

While it’s topical, I should note that the same Japanese “flexible-invisible” blog that was the source for yesterday’s melting girl art post also has a cute invisibility-transformation sequence.  Since the ladies of Apsinthion Protocol have been getting a lot of artistic attention lately, I thought it only fair to throw some to invisible girl Maureen Creel.

Uh, to be sure Maureen wasn’t quite that voluptuous in my own imagination but okay, I can roll with this.

Also one thing that Maureen clearly understood from the get-go that perhaps this girl hasn’t figured out yet is…

…that if your invisibility tech turns only you invisible you’re still going outlined by the clothing you wear.

Though I guess if you had her outlines there might be good reason for keeping them!

And as for the fine blog that gives us all this — it has been added to the blogroll, because there’s plenty of interest there.  Its name appears to be 消えます、溶けます、捻れます。 (“Disappears, Dissolves [something]”) according to not-too-useful Google translate.  If anyone wishes to propose a better reading, by all means please do so.

New Marie art by Russkere

For some time I’ve followed with pleasure the art of Russkere at Renderotica and at his own blog.  Interesting stuff there, including vore, tentacles and cheerleaders (paging Gregg Easterbrook!) in, er, compromising and problematical situations.  After a while, I decided to take the plunge and offer a commission for original artwork — something I like to do, resources permitting.  Since I was working at the time on a Gnosis College storyline in which the abduction of Marie was a key plot point, I decided on two illustrations of such.  Here are Russkere’s interpretive renderings (click on the images for larger versions).  Marie pursued by the sphere:

And Marie captured therein (observed by the curious cat Lilith):

Both works Creative Commons licensed as follows: Creative Commons License
These Marie images for EroticMadScience by Russkere are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. Based on works at eroticmadscience.com.

Russkere’s style gives a comic feel to the events that happen here which perhaps we can appreciate, even if Marie (and, of course, Taylor) cannot.

And if this sort of thing appeals to you, keep in mind that Russkere does accept commissions!

Rotwang art

The great technologist C.A. Rotwang is with little doubt the most interesting character from Fritz Lang‘s Metropolis (1927).  He has the most complex motivation and the deepest backstory of all the characters therein, and unsurprisingly he’s a principle literary hero for this site, celebrated with his own commissioned image.  The coming-to-be moment of his creation, the Maschinenmensch, appears at the top of every page here.  So I’m delighted to be able to link to a post of Rotwang concept art by Nathan Heigert.

If you’re a fan of this theme, it’s worth checking out the entire post and indeed, Heigert’s entire blog of Metropolis art.

Teuthology III

Script for today:

Page 7

A MARINE and a SERGEANT, a tough, professional-looking military pair, are standing in a corner of the factory floor. The Marine is wearing a look of fear and nausea. while the Sergeant staring forward, hollow-eyed.

MARINE: Oh no. Oh gawd no…they’re going to uncover that thing again…no no no…

SEARGEANT: Steady, soldier. Get ahold of yourself….

The Marine has sunk to his knees and has burie3d his face in his hands. The Sergeant has his hands on the Soldier’s shoulders, as if trying to comfort him.

MARINE: I’m sorry, sergeant. I just can’t take this anymore. I’m putting in for a transfer back to Afghanistan…

A view inside a tank. What we see is something like a cross between an octopus and a human being. The head is shrunk back into the torso. The four human limbs have become somewhat tentacle-like, but there is some evidence of digits at the ends of them. Meanwhile, four other tentacles are sprouting from the merging head/torso. The eyes of this creature stare back at us pitifully…

CAPTION: Great Cthulhu…

Page 8

Edith is tuning into our point of view (motion captured in mid turn) . She is pointing angrily at the thing in the tank, which is dimly visible in the background.

EDITH (jagged balloon): What in hell are you doing here, Admiral?

Shackleford, backing away, his hands up in a placatory gesture.

SHACKLEFORD: Not us, Professor Sterling. This is something we found

View of a young woman, dressed for club-going or some similar activity. She is being dragged into an alley by a shadowy figure who is holding a cloth over her face.

CAPTION (Shackleford speaking): It began as a law enforcement matter, investigating the disappearances of a number of local young women…

View of a “police detail” room (like the sort seen in The Wire). In the foreground DETECTIVE #1 is pinning something onto a bulletin board, while in the background, DETECTIVE #2 is listening to something over headphones.

CAPTION (Shackleford speaking): A special task force followed up leads, on the theory that they were dealing with either a white-slavery ring or maybe even a serial killer

Page 9

A SWAT OFFCIER in full tactical gear is bashing in the side door to the factory with a hand-held battering ram.

CAPTION (Shackleford speaking): Surveillance and analysis eventually led them to this site. They came in prepared to face the worst..

The same Swat Officer holding aside a curtain, looking appalled. Another OFFICER is to his side, beginning to vomit.

CAPTION (Shackleford speaking): …but not for what they actually found.

A group of SWAT team members surrounding the prone, face-down form of DR. SIN. One is pointing his assault rifle at Sin’s head.

CAPTION (Shackleford speaking): The laboratory was being run by a character who called himself Dr. Sin. He was captured…

Dr. Sin sitting in a padded room, wearing a straightjacket. He is staring blankly into space.

CAPTION (Shackleford speaking): But he refuses to say anything and indeed has become rather non-responsive since his arrest.

Not what the shocked Edith Sterling is looking at today, exactly, but an arresting image on theme:

Done by the Japanese artist Masami Terokoa and found at this blog.  Or perhaps more on point, consider this image at Deviant Art by “venominon.”