Waiting for transformation

S.J. Perelman (1904-1979), who as a humorist might be the one American who reasonably bears comparison to P.G. Wodehouse, was doing Erotic Mad Science way back when. Or more specifically, in a story “Captain Future, Block that Kick!,” published in the New Yorker in 1940, he begins thus.

I guess I’m just an old mad scientist at bottom. Give me an underground laboratory, half a dozen atom-smashers, and a beautiful girl in a diaphanous veil waiting to be turned into a chimpanzee, and I care not who writes the nation’s laws.

Waving something like that in front of Dr. Faustus is like waving a red flag in front of a bull or money in front of a United States Senator — vigorous action will result. In my case, the vigorous action is more Bespoke Art, in the form of a three-illustration sequence from Russkere, whose work has appeared here before (if not recently enough) in the form of a mad science chase-and-capture sequence some of you might recall.

Here is is his sequence. A girl in a diaphanous veil, a mad scientist, and a laboratory.

A girl in a diaphanous veil about to be experimented upon by a mad scientist

Zapped with mad science energies!

Girl in diaphanous veil zapped with mad science energy

Resulting in a beautiful chimpanzee.

Beautiful girl to beautiful chimpanzee.  Long live mad science!

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Waiting for Transformation Sequence commissioned by Dr. Faustus of EroticMadScience.com and executed by Russkere is published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.)

Long live mad science!

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):

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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!