Amputee pods

These abbreviated young women appear in an illustration reblogged from this 8 March 2015 post at Infernal Wonders. They come from the pen and the imagination of French artist Joël Jurion, a really extraordinary illustrator a sample of whose art you can find at this Masters of Anatomy page. You can follow him on twitter at @JoelJurion and support him at this Tipee page.

Cross-genre tube girl

This tube girl has been reblogged from a this 28 April post at Infernal Wonders. It is titled Terra Gone by American artist Femfan1. The “cross-genre” nature of the illustration, while suggested by the details of this unfortunate girl’s costume, is laid out by Femfan1’s art caption:

The energy beam struck the jungle girl from behind without warning and, in an instant, the unsuspecting heroine found herself flailing wildly in a viscuous [sic] liquid until her futile efforts at escape delivered nothing but transport to extraterrestrial oblivion.

Spaghetti-pipes and tube girls

Another classic theme. Bacchus’s research:

This image is called “Girl suspended in a fluid-filled chamber” where it appears on artist Tim Cook’s web page. The artist writes “These images were created using Poser and Moray, then rendered in the Persistence of Vision Raytracer.” Some more works by this artist are available on his DeviantArt page.

Reblogged from a 19 January 2014 post at Infernal Wonders.