I finally finished coloring this drawing from a long time ago. The characters were something I was playing around with for a retelling of The Little Mermaid. The sketch originally was posted in an online issue of Shousetsu Bang Bang which featured stories of women who love women.
Now that I look at it, I wish I had made it more subtle. I can’t resist throwing weirdness into erotic or romantic art, like I just can’t resist messing with my audience - be aroused, but put off just a little bit at the same time! Nipple touching, isn’t it weird?? Yeah, enjoy the dissonance, suckas!
That time when Hercules was Wolverine’s boyfriend. Gotta love alternate realities in the Marvel Universe.
As LiveJournal’s been up and down recently for emergency maintenance, this is as good a time as any to remind folk that there’s a Shousetsu Bang*Bang collection at AO3! It’s not an official mirror, and we won’t be reposting things there without permission; however, authors who want to add their own stories to AO3 can (and should!) share them with this collection.
One of the nice things, too, about AO3 is the download link on each page, so if you’re an e-reader type, this might be the perfect thing for you.
As always, don’t forget to leave kudos and comments!
New to SSBB? Interested in writing but have always chickened out at the porn requirement? Feel like you’ve been fudging your way through with euphemisms and fading to black? Then this is definitely the list for you.
And even if none of those apply to you, you should still read it, because it’s hilarious good advice.
GAY, SUPERHERO PIN UP.
Ahoy! Bang*Bang Artist Special #3 signups are now open! If you’re planning to draw and/or offering to write, it’s the place to be!
Signups are now open for the September 23 issue, which is our annual special issue dedicated to showing off the works of the visual artists in the community.
The theme for this issue is DISTANT SHORES: far-off places and the fun of going (or not going) there.
Artists are of course welcome to both write and draw their own contributions. However, authors may volunteer to generate ideas, hack out dialogue, write/polish final scripts, and/or whatever else might be necessary in the story-creating process. If you’re a writer interested in a collaboration, leave a comment here detailing what things you’d be interested in doing, from spot-checking someone else’s written work to cutting an entire script from whole cloth. If you’re an artist looking for someone to whip up the text for you, look no further!
Rainbows and Justice!
I think Rainbow Batman just might be my favorite thing about pride….one of the top things at least. And I finally got proper pictures of him this time :D
Hope everyone had a great pride!