In 1941, costumed crimefighters would every now and then neglect the damsels in distress to save a few older men in distress. This is what Dynamic Man is doing in this story first published in Dynamic Comics #1 (Oct. 1941).
Thursday, 22 October 2015
Wednesday, 21 October 2015
Does this drawing look familiar? Yet slightly different? That's because it is. This is a re-creation of the very first drawing I posted on this blog. I'd been told (and I knew, really) that the character's feet couldn't be in that awkward position. I'd been meaning to change it for a while, and now that I've got a tablet for drawing, it's really quite simple to do a new "inking" for a drawing while at the same time changing some elements. And while I was at it, I did a new colouring. So, here is the new "Big Bear Bound".
Friday, 16 October 2015
So today I gave some advice to the Bondage For The Big Man blogger who has just decided to stop posting for the moment and suggested he do reposts of some of his older entries. Well, I really should follow my own advice, shouldn't I? So here is not quite a repost, from an older drawing of a hogtied mariner well known to comics aficionados. This time, I'm posting the black and white version - I'm not overly fond of the coloring job I did on this one.
Might I take this opportunity to remind all interested parties that I have a tumblr blog (maturemenboundandgagged.tumblr.com) where I try to post every day. It's mostly reblogs of photos of older men tied up, but I do try and post a drawing of mine every now and then (they can be found under the tags "my art" and "Jeryn").