Recent podcast: DMFO

Art by DMFO commissioned by Faustus

This week we interview DMFO, a truly serious technophile who has a real feel for encounters between women and machines.


DMFO at DeviantArt:

DMFO at Hentai Foundry: 

DMFO at Gumroad: 

DMFO at Patreon: 

DMFO at EroticMadScience:

Stephen Pressfield, The War of Art:

You can listen to this podcast on your app of choice, download it directly, or visit its Libsyn page. You can also listen via the post on the nifty embedded player below.

Lola in Sybian training

Big busty Lola enjoying herself on a Sybian.

“Lola in Sybian Training,” a Patreon bonus illustration for Dr. Faustus of by Sketchwork. Please do not copy, reproduce, or alter without consent of the creators.

A humorous pendant to the “2044 Sybian Olympics” illustration done by Sketchwork as a bonus for my Patreon support, “Lola in Sybian Training.” She seems to be enjoying it. What country she will represent is unclear, but I’ll take her as a sure bet for a gold medal.

If you like this sort of work you can support Sketchwork on Patreon as I do.

You can get in touch with Sketchwork at Eka’s Portal. The artist also maintains a stream at Picarto TV as well as pages at Hentai Foundry and DeviantArt.

Sybian Olympics 2044

Three women compete in the ultimate global test of erotic endurance!

2044 Sybian Olympics, commissioned by Dr. Faustus of and illustrated by Alexis Pirrate. Please do not copy, alter, or reproduce this image without consent of the creators.

It is 2044, the planet is warmer, the world is crueler, global political geography has been scrambled by secessions and conquests, and a number of interesting new events have been added to the Olympic Games, including this contest of erotic endurance involving an apparatus consisting of a Sybian, a Reichian orgone concentrator, and of course, a tube. Glory to the winner, and vae victis!

This illustration was done for me by Alexis Pirrate. He maintains a professional website, Studio Pirrate, and you can also support him on Patreon, as I do.

The illustration is available in full size (huge, about 14MB) which you can access with a left-click-and-view or a right-click-and-download.

As for the full story behind this strange event? Well, I guess I’ll get around to writing it someday…