Wow....just wow...Another one of those times when you realize that no matter how much you like certain kinds of TF, you've been running a commission site for over 4 years....and have never commissioned one of the classics....
Well, there's no time like the present to remedy that situation - and LordAltros had the perfect style for my kind of Blueberry Girl! (I really want to do more like this in the future....just need to come up with the proper concept/conceit for the sequence - suggestions?).
Snareser's follow-up to the first "Change of Pace" sequence is a really big and beautiful piece....so much so that it's been broken up into two posts. I do believe colors were an assist - but don't quote me on that ;p
Part 2 on Saturday. Remember, it is with the assistance of donations that I can put out more projects like this.
Alright….I'm finally holding the
first Caption Contest for the Transformation Repository. I'd considered this for a while, but was
leaning towards doing it on another site originally - but I think this'll work
out fine too.
The deadline is midnight 21 May 2014 (or just 22 May - 1 AM HST for clarification)! Just
a month, but it's not a full, original art contest either.
This is basically a TG caption
contest with a stack of pictures I've chosen - mostly because I love women in
fur - and I don't think this type of pic gets enough love in a lot of other
caption contests (or captions in general). If this isn't your
type of pic, no need to worry about it - I've got a lot of other fashion
concepts coming up in future contests - assuming this one shows some results.
Well, it took me long enough, but I've finally managed to see this comic through to completion. It's been a bit of a haul - since I first wrote it back in 2008 (almost 2 years before building this site) - but I think - and I hope you'll agree - that it was worth the wait. Honestly...I won't claim it's any great shakes in the writing or plot department, but there is a lot of beautiful transformation artwork by Zanfadar, all fully colored by Muhboobz.
If you enjoyed seeing the basics in this older project - well....this is what I always intended it to be ;p Available exclusively through the donation project - it costs a little bit more for a LOT more content. PDF format with 50 full color comic pages plus cover and inside-cover spreads (I highly recommend full page view). Lots of female animal transformation process, hair growth, BE, multiple breasts, etc. Nudity. All for only $9 - supporting two artists here - 30% from each donation to each of them. Once more - just take $1 off the total donation
amount for each additional project after the first one - but - as always
- please list all the project names in your donation note.
Last entry for tonight folks. Just a heads up - my deadline tomorrow is still the same, but the results post probably won't be till later in the evening due to unavoidable schedule stuff...(sorry).
zdemian has dug into the TransRepo Industries company archives to find out the real reason why all employees receiving pink slips are tasered and abandoned on the side of a country road - without even having the chance to clean out their desks.
Take my word for it - it's better for all parties involved.
One of the fun things about art contests is meeting new folks - coming across up and coming (or established) artists...that for some reason you haven't seen before.
MaLAgua presents a brief piece regarding clinical drug trials. Maybe TransRepo Industries doesn't pay their interns enough to make sure they hand out the correct samples to the correct people. Or maybe they just don't care - since the results probably make for great home viewing.
All he wanted was a hair-loss fix....all she wanted was something to make her a little more desirable to the opposite sex...and to be fair to TRI....that is kinda what they wound up with.
I suppose even within failure lies the seeds for future success...and profit. Furco's contest entry examines one aspect of the concept. TransRepo Project FG-1 Analysis NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE
Project FG-1's goals of creating self-healing, regenerating clothing using fur and leather-based materials have encountered an unforeseen setback. While the prototypical materials are, in fact, successfully functioning, a complication has arisen. When exposed to living tissue, undesired and uncontrolled growth and expansion is occurring, consuming tissue to provide more mass and energy.
Our first and second test models both exhibited this unexpected side effect, and unfortunately, we have not determined any way to reverse the damage. We are keeping them in storage pending further review.
I would have preferred to address these notes in the comments section, but thinking about it some more, both comments do warrant a larger response (both from SPF #6).
[quote]"Get on with it"[/quote]
I guess I didn't go into as much detail in my initial post. My intention with this project - compared with nearly all my other commissions - is to post as it shows up - no polishing, no double-checking continuity, etc. This is just one pic at a time....and while we could jump right into the "good stuff" - I prefer to get everything lined up just right. Get the scene set, characters in place, build the anticipation, before dropping the pieces into place and cranking on the real transformation.
Now in response to:
[quote]"I'm a little confused, who are the guys in black? I thought they were sailors too?"[/quote]
Well folks, getting pretty close now and still waiting to hear from some folks. I know a number of people have expressed interest in participating in Art Contest #7. Please don't wait too long to get those entries submitted. Just a little over a week left.
While my work schedule is looking pretty good for that weekend, just to be on the safe side, I'm moving the deadline to Noon Hawaii Standard Time on 12 April (sooo, about 3 PM PST / 6 PM EST) that Saturday.
That timeframe will also mark the general site celebration (such as it is) for four years of operation. Not much to show for myself....except a lot of great art and some great new working relationships (and friendships) with some great folks. Sometimes, that's all you really need.
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Donate now to receive exclusive art sequences from some of your favorite artists while contributing to future art. Even better, 30% of your donation goes directly to the artist(s) you choose to support.
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