Monday, December 28, 2009

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Big Cutie Britt

Can Heather find them, or what?
Here is Britt, the latest lovely addition to the Big Cuties Family

Wednesday, November 11, 2009


So, Amatrix was kind enough to send me some excellent pictures to paint from. I haven't gotten to the painting yet, but here's a sketch.

Saturday, November 7, 2009

big cutie jae is BACK!!

Hooray! Jae is back with Big Cuties. This is a quick 20 minute sketch.

I know. It's not BBW art, but this is a slightly longer pose with more detail. I really like this one.

Monday, November 2, 2009

More belly/boob art

Mmmmmm. Got a chance to do more body art at the Heavenly Bodies Halloween dance.

Soup's belly with a soupysaurus and a mystery guest hand holding her undies down.
Ash's boob with one of the custom, limited edition, numbered bacon tattoos (#69).

Oh yeah. That was a good night. Those chicks are all so cool.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Big Cutie Trysta

Here is another sketch of Trysta. This is an awful photo. Sorry. I'll try to post a better version of this soon.

Saturday, September 26, 2009


Great name. Great chick.
'Nuff Said.

This one falls between a quick sketch and a painted portrait. A finished pencil portrait.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Big Cutie Trysta

Back to the sketches. This one is a little larger than I have been working. About 24" x 18".
Too big to fit on the scanner, so I had to post a crappy photo.

Monday, September 21, 2009

Fateau Skin Art

I went to a party at The Fateau last weekend. For those of you unfamiliar with it, The Fateau is an earthly garden of delights, inhabited by the most beautiful ladies on the earth. Heather, Ash and Soupy spread their friendliness and mayonnaise to all and sundry. A couple guys reside there, as well. They need constant reminding of what a charmed life they live.

I got to try a new kind of art at the party. Rather than painting pictures of bellies, I got to paint pictures on bellies. It is extremely difficult to draw when you are continuously on the verge of swooning with toe-curling pleasure.

Above, you see Ashley, decorated with a designer burger and a tub-o-mayo. Soupy got a Soupysaurus (with deadly laser beams strapped to its head) doing battle with the dangerous DinoDuck. It was an epic battle, scrolling across an epic belly.

I'm very sad to report that the pictures of Soupy's belly art did not come out. They were too dark to be rescued. Trust me, though, it was wonderful.

Just like the inhabitants of The Fateau.

Thursday, September 10, 2009


I don't often write much here, but I just have to say that I spent last weekend at the Heavenly Bodies Labor Day Bash in Mass. I got to hang out with Heather, Ashley, Soupy, and several of the BigCuties. It was a really great weekend. Besides being beautiful, one and all, every single person I met was a genuinely nice person. If you ever have a chance. Take it!
Tell 'em I sent you...

Saturday, August 29, 2009

New Ashley

Here is a much better one of Big Cutie Ashley. She's too nice looking to let the previous one stand...

Friday, August 28, 2009

Ash & Heather

Here are some of the lovely denizens of Fatty Castle.
I think I'm out of practice. I don't feel like these are my best sketches.
Sorry, ladies.

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

new sketches

Here are a couple new quick sketches. One by request, one just for fun.

Monday, June 8, 2009

Friday, April 17, 2009

3 more quickies

Here are a few more quick sketches. I've been really bust with other work lately and it's amazing to me how quickly I can get out of practice.

Monday, April 6, 2009

Computer work?!?

I've never tried computer artwork before, but I met a fellow illustrator who uses a really cool technique to make art in Photoshop.
Thought I'd give it a try. It works for a first attempt, I think. The lips need work, as does one hand...
This is Amatrix Fetisha. I might try adding some color later. I'll post that if it works out.

Sunday, March 15, 2009


Here's one of the lovely Sasha.
I really like this painting. It's watercolor on 140# cold press paper. About 11" x 15".
Sadly, I'm not such a hot photographer. I really think the painting looks better than this photo.