Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Anything You Can Do...

Here's a short, two page comic commission for author James Craft that I completed last night, just in time for Valentine's Day.


alexvyaz said...

The more sissies, the better. ;)
I like your art, Rocketdave.

rocketdave said...


Carrie P said...

Absolutely wonderful piece, whoever commissioned you must be very pleased.

I am not a big fan of a second male in forced femme stories, art/illustrations in fact I usually don’t like it even though it may be quite innocent and central to the story.
BUT for some reason which I find difficult to explain, in this piece you have somehow – for me at any rate – managed to introduce a second male which I don’t find that bothersome and probably as was intended enhances the entire story.

Your attention to detail is amazing not only the exterior of the house but interior also, the subtle changes to his face when being made up are brilliant.

I think the look on the sissy’s face on the stairs is truly wonderful and sums up the fear we all have of exposure when dressed in female clothes. Like all your stuff there are hidden gems in all the panels.

What is left to say about the last panel- SUBLIME.

Thank you so much for posting, you are a great talent.


rocketdave said...

Thanks for the comment, Carrie. I'm also not usually the biggest fan of there being, for whatever reason, more than one guy in any given forced feminization scenario. I think my ideal story is one in which it's treated like the male character is, for all intents and purposes, the only male in the world... that he's so insulated in a female environment that no other guys enter the picture. However, I guess I've grown a little more tolerant in recent years, because I find that in certain circumstances, I don't mind it so much. When the outline of this comic was described to me, my main reaction was that it didn't make a ton of sense, but I mostly just saw it as a fun creative challenge.

My favorite panels are the very first and very last ones. I probably didn't need to put quite so much detail into the art, but I feel this compulsion to try to prove myself as an artist/cartoonist. I always say what I really want to do is more sequential art. I may have to find a way to streamline my process, though, because I felt pretty exhausted after finishing the second page. I don't know how the professionals do it.

Anonymous said...

Very interesting to observe two talented artists discuss their insights.

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