Our pic today features a character that I'm surprised I hadn't drawn in diapers already -- Jessica Rabbit! I'm really proud of how this pic came out as a whole, though I still feel conflicted about the new dirty diaper style. I think more experimentation is in order!
Yoooo-hoooo! Got a little parody of a classic Futurama scene today, with everyone's waifu The Crushinator. Also decided to experiment a little more with a single-bulge approach to the full diapers, since people have been comparing my recent style to diapers filled with eggs or rocks. Hope this is better received!
We're back, with probably the last Dragon Ball pic for a little while, but the first Dragon Ball Super pic I've ever done! It's the gorgeous new Saiyan ladies Kale and Caulifla. Looks like they both blew a gasket while trying to become super saiyans.
Back again, coincidentally after exactly one month! Today we've got a very unique commissioned comic featuring Edna Krabapple from The Simpsons and Wanda from The Fairly Oddparents, as well as the commissioner's own original character.
Today's pic is my reimagining of the famous 'stuck in the keyhole' scene from Peter Pan. In my version of events, Tink gets stuck not by her bountiful booty, but because of her abundantly dirty diaper. If Wendy tries to stick a key into this hole, she (and Tink) may be in for a squishy surprise.
Today's pic is my little homage to the classic PC game "The Secret of Monkey Island." In the grand tradition of the games, we see the governor Elaine and the formidable Sword Master engaged in a duel of both blades and banter. In fact, the above dialogue is actually taken directly from the first game. When I recently played the Special Edition and saw that dialogue, I knew I had a duty to whip up my own imagining of it.
Finally we arrive at the end of Samurai Jack Week. But we're going out with a bang, because for the last day we get an animated GIF! These are the mother and daughter of the blue alien family seen in the first episode of season 5, who communicate entirely through emojis (not unlike some humans). As soon as I saw them I thought they were adorable and I knew I had to do some ABDL art of them. And in this scene it looks like the daughter is not quite willing to admit she's done something in her pants. Thank you to everyone who joined me for Samurai Jack Week! Stay tuned for whatever new crazy shit I come up with next.
For this penultimate entry of Samurai Jack Week, we revisit another character from one of the very first episodes: Ikra. To those of you not aware of who Ikra is, I think I dare not spoil your enjoyment of this picture by telling you who she really is. If you really want to find out, you can always Google her!
Surprise! Y'all didn't think I was gonna do Ashi twice, did ya? For day 5 of Samurai Jack Week, we return for one more Ashi-centric pic, this time of her encounter with the creepy guy who was kidnapping all the blue alien children. Given what we know about the biology of electrocuting someone, I think it would make sense for this guy to tape diapers onto people before shooting lightning at them, no?
We’re now at the halfway point of Samurai Jack Week, but our character today is from all the way back in the very first episode of Samurai Jack. Well…the second episode technically, but it is part of the premiere movie. This is the three-eyed alien cage dancer from the club where Jack first meets aliens (and robots) living on Earth. And it would seem that it’s a good thing Jack didn’t happen to wander into that club on Kink Night, because that extra little bit of shock might have been too much for him.
Our third day of Jack Week features the lovely bounty hunter Josephine from fan favorite 'The Good, The Bad, and the Beautiful.' Seeing as she likes to seduce her targets, I wonder if her little secret makes her job any harder...
In honor of the long-awaited finale of Samurai Jack, I wanted to do something special in my own small corner of the art world. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Samurai Jack Week. 7 days of the finest ladies Aku's dark future has to offer, like you've never seen them before -- in huge, full diapers! We're kicking off Samurai Jack Week with a character who will be known to any fan of the show, but perhaps only recognizable to those who know the comics. This is the Scotswoman, from the issue "Samurai Jacqueline and the Scotswoman", where, as you may have guessed, Jack and the Scotsman are turned into women by mischievous leprechauns (or "teeny greens")!