Senior Year 8Today was a day Tom had marked on his calendar: March 13, Gretel's birthday!Senior Year 8 by suffragium-uno
It was a Saturday, and Tom was at Gretel's house bright and early. Gretel had spent last night celebrating the eve of her 18th birthday partying with some girlfriends, and was still sleeping like a log in her room upstairs. Tom, meanwhile, was in the kitchen preparing.
"It's really sweet that you'd make Gretel breakfast in bed for her birthday Tom" smiled Sarah, watching Tom ready the bacon. "But did you REALLY have to make so much?" she went with a worried expression, as Tom dumped a massive pile of bacon onto a large plate.
"Sure! Gretel's got a healthy appetite and you only turn 18 once" he smiled brightly, as he placed the plate of bacon on a huge tray. It joined a mound of scrambled eggs, a pile of sausages, and a massive stack of pancakes drenched in syrup and butter. To wash it all down was an entire carton of thick, chocolate milk with a large glass. Beside the tray was the piece de resistance, Gr
Senior Year 7It was the second time Tom had slept over at Gretel's place, in Gretel's room, on Gretel's bed, with Gretel herself next to him. And he was still amazed he made it through the night intact, or without soaking the bed in anxious perspiration.Senior Year 7 by suffragium-uno
The next day, Tom was woken up by his phone's vibrating alarm. No time to be pleasantly tickled awake by the sun streaming in through the window this timethere was school today.
He opened his eyes and sat upright before remembering what he had awoken to the LAST time he slept over. He turned rapidly to his side, looking down at the beautiful blonde sleeping angelically next to him. He smiled to himself. Gretel always looked so peaceful when asleep, her soft lips curled into a slight smile. She would smack her lips now and then, mumbling something like " yes, I'll have another please " Even in her dreams she was all about food! Silly girl.
He was relieved (though somewhat disappointed, he admitted) to find that both her mammoth breas
Meanwhile, at the Hall of Justice, an urgent Priority Red hailing signal booms from the Trouble Alert: Happy Halloween, Super Lard Friends! Here's the obvious trick-or-treat follow-up to the 2013 McIntyre Marvels, with the girls now opting to Deviously Cosplay these Darling Characters just as Destiny Commanded. For all has come to pass exactly as foreseen a year ago, in my reply to a commenter who nominated Misty to dress up as Catwoman:
Actually I think I would rather see Misty as Wonder Woman, and maybe Joy could be Catwoman. Randi would make a good Power Girl.
I really wasn't planning to do a Halloween scene this year, since I've been toiling on a 15-part series with Joy and Misty. But when I stumbled across this Power Girl costume and a great Catwoman mask, I knew I had no choice but to suit up the sisters as Kara, Diana and Selina.
In honor of the impending release of the one true Batman TV series on Blu-ray, this rendering is dedicated to the gorgeous Julie Newmar, the most purrfect Catwoman of them all. Nobody meows it better. Although I gotta say, my Miss Joy is wearing the hell out of that black leather catsuit. She really makes that 98-pound Anne Hathaway chick look silly, don't she?
And don't get me started on Gal Gadot v. Misty McIntyre. Dawn of INjustice, seriously.
Art trade with berserker1133.
In return for my Spanish friend's lovely sketch of Misty, here is my tribute to his excellent illustrated story Lucy's Growth. For this triptych of the heroine's pizza-powered progress, I referred to this before and after picture, this bikini and sarong shot (which is my personal favorite) and this one of the 250+ pound Lucy.
I first intended to make this a regular full-color image. Then I got the I Love Lucy idea and thought a black and white background would make the color figures pop. But I checked what it looked all in monochromatic and that worked the best -- and with Berserker's original pencil drawings being in clean black and white, it all fits perfectly. The observant will spot one touch of color remaining, though.
Saludos, Señor Berseker!
I have dabbled in BBW photo manipulation for a long time, though it's rarely been successful enough to merit public display. Any else remember this crappy old software called Kai's Power Goo? Man, I churned out some monstrosities with that. Of course I've tried my hand at the typical WG morphs done on slim models, but I've really done best with additions to photos of women who were already plus-size: putting ice creams or other goodies in their hands, making them stand on scales, stuff like that.
In recent times I've done a few of these things fairly competently for my personal amusement. When I got a dynamite idea for the Cleo Fernandes piece, I decided it was time to try tossing a few of these into my dA gallery. I've had some technical frustrations with DAZ Studio crashing on me of late, so this is a good time to give the McIntyre gals a vacation. Photoshop work is a big part of my usual work anyway, especially on series like Fati Seduction and Fatkini Season. I'm no digital retouching professional, for sure, but I don't think I suck like I used to anymore.
The point of reluctance I have in posting these manips is not my abilities, though: it's the fact that I'm using real models and celebrities. I know my Lard Biscuit Hot Chicks pages have been seen by some of the women posted there, and some may end up seeing these Photoshop jobs. The copyright holders and photographers may not be pleased, but I'm more concerned about offending the ladies themselves. Especially if my photos get taken out of context and abused elsewhere online to ridicule them or fat women in general. That's always the danger with the Internet, and frankly I'm surprised I haven't yet seen stolen Misty images in "One Weird Trick to Lose Belly Fat" ads.
I got the ball rolling with a holy goddess trio of plus-size models: Denise Bidot, Cleo Fernandes and Tara Lynn. Candidates for future appearances include Mariesther Venegas, Mizuki Tama, Scarlett Johansson, Jennifer Lawrence, Caro Emerald, and maybe a Kardashian or two.
So anyway, I hope these doctored photos can be viewed as harmless entertainment and no one gets offended or hurt. At best, I hope viewers will see whether I use my digital characters or photographs of beautiful women, the same lighthearted and fun Lardmeister style comes through, with good will towards all.
P.S. Check out the awesome Misty tribute drawn by the talented berserker1133! I will be doing a version of his cute Lucy character in my return to the DAZ format, very soon.
Behold the stunning plus-size model Tara Lynn, tucking into a third ice cream bar with the aid of my digital imagination. I undertook some ambitious Photoshop work to remove and replace her right forearm, and I hope it didn't turn out looking super fake.
This photo manipulation is meant with fond admiration for Tara, not disrespect. I just love to see chubby girls in bikinis eating ice cream.
Original photo from BECCA ETC Swimwear by Rebecca Virtue.
Writer, philosopher and cultural analyst D. Trull explores his graphical artistry here at deviantART, celebrating the beauty of plus-size women via the magical 3D digital powers of DAZ Studio. Welcome and enjoy. Haters shall not be tolerated.|
D. Trull resides in North Carolina where he works as a copywriter for a creative marketing agency, and is also the chairman and general manager of Lard Biscuit Enterprises.