This blog has pretty much been put on hold for the moment and I’m sorry about that. Especially if you’ve submitted stuff. I have almost 200 messages to get through and some of them are from waaaay back and that’s basicly my fault. They kind of got away from me. I’ve only got a few more weeks before school is over so hopefully over break I can clear out my submission box and start updating...
Backs don't work that way
Barda by Paul Jaworski
I’d like to attract your attention to some classic art. Michelangelo used young men as his models. He never did research how actual boobs look like. Hint: they don’t look like little spheres that were plastered on as an afterthought.
Anonymous asked: A lot of these "nipple-less boobs" images I’m seeing seem to be at least partly covered, i believe the general intent is that the nipples are small and hidden just out of sight behind the fabric/whatever. So while the nipples may not necessarily be in the right place, i believe they are still there, and just tiny/out of sight.
This was in my drafts. I’m not sure why I hadn’t published it yet. I often get asked just what I think is unrealistic when it comes to boobage and it just so happens that Leah H from Hourglassy wrote a fantastic post that pretty soundly sums up all of my pet peeves. 1. Boobs are not magical anti-gravity spheres that stand at perfectly perky attention at all...
Anonymous asked: I LOVE this blog! Not only is it hilarious, but it also helps me as an artist and shows me what to avoid :) Thank you.
the-maddest-scientist reblogged your photo: justinrampage: Iron Man? Nope! Artist Evan Lee… Is she pregnant? I really can’t tell what’s going on with her stomach and breasts. I couldn’t either at first,...