Sunday, December 25, 2011

Christmas Advance

I'm sure most of you have already seen this posted elsewhere, but here's a little gift I received from Gagala a couple of days before Christmas...call it an "advance viewing" before it was unleashed upon the masses.  Other than the Schwinn Stingray I got when I was seven and the Honda Big Red 3-Wheeler when I was 15, this is by far the best Christmas present I've received in a long, long time.


Edit 12/26/11:  Corrected copy.

Saturday, December 24, 2011

Headbangers Christmas

Have a very Merry Metal Christmas everybody!

Mission Fashion

Decisions, decisions...

Original Sketch by Jeezits
Colors by Phillipthe2

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Dogs in Cars

Just because...

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Aye Aye Cap'n

Captain Amelia from Treasure Planet, a loose interpretation of Robert Lewis Stevenson's Treasure Island...and a very atypical flick by Disney standards.  Normally I tend to shy away from the anthropomorphic (furry) stuff, but, yeah, this one was a little hard to pass up....for obvious reasons.

Original Sketch by Roary
Colors by Phillipthe2

Saturday, December 3, 2011

As You Wish - Part 2

By special request...

Original Sketch by Rodjim
Inks and Colors by Phillipthe2

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Roberta and the Bear

Roberta Tubbs from The Cleveland Show showing us her bedtime attire.  Ok, ok...yuh got me...I really just wanted an excuse to do something with PedoBear in it.  :P :D

Original Art by RageGrenade
Colors by Phillipthe2

Monday, November 28, 2011

As You Wish

An old one that got lost in the shuffle after my (second) departure from (insert derogatory remark here) deviantART back in 2010.  Damn, has it really been that long?  Seems like just yesterday I was ranting, raving, demonizing their name, and directing all manner of foul language in their general direction.  Good times.  :P

The other two Rodjim  / Desiree pics can be found here and here.

Original Sketch by Rodjim
Inks and Colors by Phillipthe2

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Angel or Icarus?

She's either an ascending angel....or this is the moment of hubris before the wax melts away.  Personally, I'm a little more inclined to think she's a pseudo-character from a Greek tragedy rather than a biblical messengers of God.

Original Art by PhysicRodrigo
Edits by Phillipthe2

Thursday, November 17, 2011

KP - For Funzies

Pay no attention to me...just goofin' around.  You know, for funzies?  And...uhhh...my apologies to the respective artists.

Original Art by Lionkyu 
Edits by Phillipthe2

Original Art by Aulio Giron
Edits by Phillipthe2 

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Mint in Box

To quote Gary (Henchman 21) from  the 'Hate Floats' episode of Venture Bros: "WOAH, HEY!!  What are you doing?!?  That is mint in box!!"

Honky Tonk Shego

This would be Motor Ed's idea of accessorizing / disguising  Shego after breaking her out of prison...from the episode "Car Alarm".  Personally, I think Ed is seriously color blind...or has a fascination with Peggy Bundy.

Original Sketch by Verbasan
Colors by Phillipthe2

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Tim Vigil - Sketch and Ink Tutorial

Tim Vigil...the man, the myth, the legend...gives us a 'little' tutorial in old school sketching and inking.  Better still, he's drawing one of my all-time favorite horror / adult characters, Faust. You might want to get some snacks and a Cup-o-Joe ahead of time...it's over an hour long.  Personally, I could never quite get the hang of inking with a brush and a bottle of ink as my giant meat hooks for hands are extremely ill-suited for the task.  Punching out white trash in a shit hole biker bar...sure.  Inking old school style...not so much. 


But hey, you know what they say about a guy with big hands, feet, ears, and/or nose....that's one goofy lookin' mofo!  :D

Friday, November 11, 2011

Go Team...Ebay?!?

Odds are that most everyone has heard (or been a victim of) that Chad Love-Lieberman fellow and his ill-gotten Art4love.com website in which he was stealing works from the likes of deviantART and FurAffinity, touting then as his own, and selling them as prints...often for hundreds of dollars per piece.  Well, it would seem that I've found my own little Chad....on Ebay.

For a whole, whopping $7.99 you too can have your very own Dr Mrs the Monarch refrigerator magnets.


Hey, wait a second!  That upper left magnet looks awfully familiar.  Oh, that's right, I drew it!


Now, the other two works depicted above are familiar to me, but for the life of me I cannot remember their respective artists names.  If anyone can help me locate them it would be very much appreciated.  I want to try and inform them of this seller...before I go kicking in any doors and/or bitching to Ebay about copyright infringement.


Edit: All of the offending listings have been removed from Ebay as of 11/12/11.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Peg - Self Shot

Odds are that every single egocentric, pretentious hottie on the planet has taken at least a dozen or more self-shot pictures in their bathroom mirror.  The amount of them who know how to use and/or realize there is a timer function built into most modern cellphone cameras...?  Near zero.  The amount of ex-boyfriends who have posted said pictures across the expanse on the information super highway...?  Legion.

Oh, uhhh, some time in the wee hours of the morning I seemed to have passed the 600,000 views mark.  Bows and curtsies for everyone.

Original Sketch by Verbasan
Commissioned by DarkVigilante
Colors by Phillipthe2

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Pre-Who?!?

Just a cleaned up, full-size version from the "Pre-What?!?" mini-comic, but without the pre-op tranny overtones.  Maybe someone's pulling up in the driveway or knocking at the door....maybe some bike riding Latter-day Saints soliciting their wares?  I'll let you decide.

Original Art by Gagala
Edits by Phillipthe2

Monday, October 31, 2011

All Hallows Eve

Just a little revamp of the old Mile High Club / Black Friday ones, but without the crazy eyes and awkward facial expressions...now in widescreen.  Yeah, I know, I swore I wouldn't do another holiday themed one, but....ehhhh...what can yuh do?

I dunno, Halloween ain't what I remember it as.  Back when I was kid you could stay out Trick-or-Treating until almost ten o'clock in your store-bought custom with the likes of Spider-man or The Incredible Hulk screen printed on what amounted to an over-glorified garbage bag complete with matching (though impossible to see out of) mask and little or no need for ones parents to accompany you.  Even the lower middle class neighborhoods handed out full-size candy bars and everybody decorated for Halloween...a carved jack-o-lantern at the bare minimum.  You got home, plastic pumpkin completely full of sugar infused goodness, just in time for the late night news to watch the aftermath of the annual burning of Detroit...aka "Devil's Night".

Those days are long gone.  Even the oldest of kids (except for the un-costumed teenagers who've manage to tear themselves away from their Xbox once a year) have there parents with them, all parties adorned in glow-in-the-dark safety gear and sporting 100,000 candle power flashlights.  Costumes...what would have set my folks back about five dollars at the dollar store will now cost you ten to twenty times that...and gawd forbid your nine year old's "street cred" get ruined by purchasing a store-bought costume from Wal-Mart.  It's a sad commentary when the porch lights of undecorated houses (due to fascist / Nazi home owners association guidelines) start turning off at 7:00pm.  Nobody stays out smashing pumpkins, throwing eggs at houses, and it's rare to see anyone's yard "rolled" with toilet paper anymore.  Oh, and single bite "fun sized" candy bars are NOT fun.

 Original Sketch by Chris Sanders
Inks and Colors by Phillipthe2

Completely unrelated, but I had to mention that my DA account (bites down on razor-blade-filled candy bar) just went over 5,000 pageviews on this All Hallows Eve.  Ooooo...ahhhh...wow....cape-wearing vampire llamas for everyone. *rolls eyes*

Friday, October 28, 2011

Damnit!

Just for lulz.

Edits by Phillipthe2

Monday, October 24, 2011

Imaginary Lover

Some of you may have seen this already.  I started coloring Gara's "Imaginary Lover" a while back, but only got up to page three before I had to bow out due to a recent heavy dose of real life.  You know...job, promotion, supervisory position, pay raise, lots of minions to oversee...shit like that.  The rest of the comic (in black and white) is on rule34.paheal (search for "garabatoz") and TheMan's blog, but rest assured that someone else has take over the coloring reins.  I can't give you a definite time period on it's competition, except to say that it will probably be done long before the end of the year.



Original Comic by Gara
Commissioned by TheMan
Inks and Colors by Phillipthe2

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Lack of Viscosity

A third (and more than likely, last) installment to the Gagala parodies.  Yeah...I know, I know...unlikely scenario, slightly disproportionate, and just about the strangest position for two women to go at it in.  This one, just like the two previous submissions, is simply practice....and practice ain't gonna make perfect on the third iteration.

Original Art by Gagala
Edits by Phillipthe2

Monday, October 17, 2011

Rejection Notice

I have removed all of my submissions and deactivated my account on Hentai Foundry.  Likewise, if you have submitted artwork to that site that was colored, edited, inked, or otherwise molested by me I would very much appreciate if you remove it from that site.  Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

To all of my fans on that site, I simply apologize.  Hentai Foundry has systematically made it more and more difficult for colorist such as myself to submit artwork to their site due to increasingly stringent (and convoluted) "artist permission" requirements.  This stranglehold has resulted in far too many "rejection notices" and has not allowed me to submit anything there for several moths.

My logic is simple:  Why should I be member of an "art community" site when I cannot submit artwork to it?

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Post-What?!?

More goofin' around with Gagala's stuff.  At first this was just going to be a continuation (of sorts) to Gag's "Oh, Betty" where Vivian Porter goes to the Possible household on an errand...which naturally turns into a lesbian grind session.  I never really intended to turn Vivian into a post-op transsexual, but that's just the way it worked out.


Original Art by Gagala
Edits by Phillipthe2

My major motivation here was to work on my background manipulation skills.  Everyone who's familiar with my stuff knows that I absolutely hate, loath, and despise making backgrounds.  I either screw up the perspective or I overdo them to the extent that they over-power the subject matter....so I just don't do'em.  Here I'm just playing with existing screenshots where the spacial density (dpi) is drastically different from the charaters...trying to overcome turning it (the background) into a fuzzy mess.  Well, that and some comic layout practice.

Friday, October 14, 2011

Mission Status

Failure is NOT an option....unless you're into that sort of thing.

Original Art by Gagala
Edits by Phillipthe2

Sunday, October 9, 2011

My Pet Goat


Just for lulz.  The title of the now infamous story is actually "The Pet Goat".

Friday, October 7, 2011

Peach x Bowser

A sketch I picked up several years ago after seeing a remote glimmer of coloring potential, but gradually lost all interest in it.  Hell, it took me nearly two years just to get this far with the inks....and to be quite honest (being my own worst critic and all) they weren't all that spectacular to begin with.  I can't even recall where I got it from or who drew it....and I really don't have the time nor the patience to slog through 6000+ Super Mario Bros related pics on Paheal or Booru just to find that somebody (probably) didn't tag the artist.

Over, finished, gone, done, out!

Original Sketch by Legoman
Inks by Phillipthe2

Edit 10/8/11: Someone found the artist / sketch for me, but I haven't changed my mind about coloring it.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

An Apple a Day

Well, it should come as no surprise that Apple co-founder Steve Jobs passed away this morning.  I dunno...I may not have been the biggest fan of Apple products, far from it in fact, but there is no denying that the man was a maverick and a visionary his entire professional life...and now all we have left is Bill Gates to pick on.  Now comes the torrent of  "An apple a day keeps the doctor away" jokes.  Much to my chagrin it would seem that one of mine finally got the "featured image" nod over on Rule34.Paheal....I would have hoped for some other image, but that's Paheal for you.


Oral Hygiene

Down here in Florida we generally refer to this as "dental floss".

Original Sketch by JAB
Colors by Phillipthe2

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Calvin and....Rick

Just a little something I snapped on the way home from work this afternoon.  For those unfamiliar with the name, Rick Scott would be the Governor of the state of Florida.  I'm not the most politically savvy guy out there nor am I very civically engaged, but I know a one-term pony when I see one.  Approval rating-wise, Scott's hovering right around 35% with a low-water mark of 29% in July 2011, giving him the dubious distinction of being the most despised governor in the nation.  To put that into perspective our previous governor's (Charlie Crist and Jeb Bush) lowest approval ratings never dropped below 46%. 

Now, to be fair California's Arnold "The Governator" Schwarzenegger briefly dropped to 27%  in 2009 whereas his predecessor, Gray Davis, tanked at 22% in 2003.  Further down the spectrum Illinois' Rod Blagojevich dropped to 7%, but only after his 2008 arrest on federal corruption charges...prior to that he was somewhere around 16 to 25%.

As for why little Calvin is wearing what appears to be a cop-like hat, ask any law enforcement officer in this state his or her opinion of the governor-in-chief's job performance thus far...specifically, ask any Corrections Officer.  Be prepared to hear a long string of expletives.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

News At Eleven

Leads not panning out?  Sources a little less than reliable?  Well, rest assured that April will find a way to get an exclusive.

Lineart by Drunken Novice
Colors by Phillipthe2

In other news: 
The internet is real I tell you....REEAAALLLL!!  Now if only we can get every other 12 thru 16 year old to quit using-to-death every other meme than spews forth from 4chan.

Sunday, September 25, 2011

She-Ra

Just a little looooong overdue coloring request.  Sorry about that dude...been a little side-tracked these past few months.


Original Sketch by BlackAngel014
Commissioned by DigiHarrison
Inks and Colors by Phillipthe2

 It's also (slashes wildly with the Sword of Protection) on DA for those so inclined.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Doctor Missus

Yet another Dr Mrs for yuh.  What, did yuh think I was kidding when I said that three-pack-a-day voice is drop dead sexy to me?  Please...you folks know me better than that.  Ok, ok....ample cleavage and an exposed midriff doesn't hurt the cause either.

"Exposed midriff"?  Really?!?  Why do I suddenly sound like a high school principal quoting a 1970s era dress code?


Original Sketch by Roger Bacon
Inks and Colors by Phillipthe2

This one is also (flings poo-filled diapers) on DA for those so inclined.


Friday, September 16, 2011

More Inky Goodness

Yet another sketch by way of Bruce Timm, this time of Mary Jane Watson.  I've never been a particularly huge fan of Spider-Man or any of it's animated variants, but this little piece caught my eye....if anything, because Timm manages to make cheesecake nudes look sensual without being overly gaudy.
Original Sketch by Bruce Timm
Inks by Phillipthe2

On the other hand there's Dr Girlfriend / Dr Mrs the Monarch / Queen Etheria / Lady Au Pair.  Yeah, it may be a source of contention for some, but that sexy three-pack-a-day voice says YES to me.

Original Sketch by Roger Bacon
Inks by Phillipthe2

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Inky Goodness

Just a couple of recent pieces that, at least in my opinion, look better in black and white than they ever will in technicolor. Yeah yeah, ok, you got me...sometimes I just gotta show off my inkin' skills, pitiful as they may be.  Well, that and I've had a thing for Vampirella since like 1970-something.  Now if only I can find a decent sketch of Lady Death.


Original Sketches by Bruce Timm
Inks by Phillipthe2

Friday, September 2, 2011

Birthday Violation

Is it just me or does anyone else feel violated when some huge company sends you a birthday card?  Granted, it's a cutesie marketing ploy that does get your attention (as it was intended), but I haven't actually been a customer of this particular insurance company for over half a decade.  Birthdays are supposed to be a special, private occassion...a personal holiday in and of itself.  What's next, "It's a Boy! Good time to think about upgrading that passenger protection coverage, huh?"


Speaking of insurance violations....this time last year I completed the Flo and Erin Esurance piece, but I was also working on a second one by the same artist.  Various things were going on which forced me to push it to the back burner, but upon receiving said indemnification card I decided to finish it.  Maybe Mr Opportunity should think about upgrading his collision coverage...rear end accidents happen all the time.

Original Sketch by CandyBrat
Inks and Colors by Phillipthe2

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Evil Intentions

Silly little fairy whelps....the Sword of Truth and the Shield of Virtue are no match for pure evil sexiness!

Original Sketch by Justin Ridge
Inks and Colors by Phillipthe2

This is also (projectile vomit) on DA for those so inclined.

Monday, August 29, 2011

Venture Bros - Season Five


Jackets are everywhere...and the album is actually called "Ladle to the Grave".


Sunday, August 28, 2011

Irene Apocalypse?

Just a quick observation regarding Hurricane Irene hitting the Northeast this morning and the media-at-large.   Normally when there is a tropical storm bearing down on central Florida you'll see a little 15 to 30 second blurb from the national media outlets. They smile, maybe crack a cheesy storm-related joke, then cut to commercial.  Zero, none, not one iota of concern in their eyes

This morning however, I saw something completely different when I turned on the TV at work...Good Morning America, in a rare Sunday morning broadcast.  Gone were the corny jokes and friendly smiles, replaced with real fear in their eyes and anxiety in their voices. Hardly the cool, calm, and collected demeanor that one would expect from such a long-running and well-choreographed "news source".

To listen to the majority of  major media outlets you'd think Armageddon was upon them...call it "9/11: Part II" if you will.  How easily they forget / overlook that we in the Southern states, from North Carolina to Texas, face these types of  storms every single year. I still recall 2004 when the eye of no less than three hurricanes crossed over my house, one of which was a category four hurricane.  Hell, it was like they forgot 2005's Hurricane Katrina altogether, dubbing lil' miss Irene with the less-than-deserved monicker of "storm of the century".  Then again, "storm of the decade thus far" just isn't a real sound bite attention getter.

Now, this isn't to say that a category one hurricane (now a tropical storm) is any less dangerous than a full-blown Cat-5, nor should it be taken lightly....far from it in fact.  Some times you just gotta ignore the media hype and change the channel.  Better still, just turn the damned thing off...and turn on the less-than-riveting NOAA weather radio.

In other storm-related news, I'll be taking out the stick (that's a surf board for you land-locked folks) for the second day in a row.  It ain't very often you see 8 to10 foot waves on the Atlantic coast of Florida...gotta take advantage of'em while they last.

Saturday, August 27, 2011

The College Years

Over the past couple of years I'm sure you've seen plenty of KP "life after high school" pics...marriage, honeymoon, kids, employment (usually involving a stripper pole), etc...but what about the college years?

College is a rite of passage, a time to grow up, a time to meet new people, and a time to discover your passion.  On one side there's being away from home and on your own for the first time, dorm life, picking a major, and lecture upon endless lecture.  On the flip-side there's party after party, drug use, and the floating of countless kegs...all the while surviving on Ramen noodles and Mountain Dew.

Ah, but let's not forget the most important part of the college experience: sexual experimentation.

Original Art by lionkyu
Edits by Phillipthe2

In all truthfulness I was working on this one around the same time I did the "Here's to Hoping" one back in February, but it didn't exactly meet (displays middle finger) deviantART's (laughably) strict content requirements.  For whatever reason it sat dormant, unfinished, and collecting dust until fairly recently when an old friend and I were chit-chatting about meeting one another during our college years.  She ended up dropping out and going into the "adult entertainment industry"....but we'll save that story for another day.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Takes Two To Tango

What, you've never seen two female autonomous robotic organisms from the planet Cybertron dance before?  And here ya'll were, thinking that "two to tango" was gonna be a euphemism....yuh buncha pervs.  :D

On an side note: It may be a little while until I post anything of significance, what with Hurricane Irene headed this way.  Not to worry though....this ain't my first rodeo.

Original Sketch by Unknown
Inks and Colors by Phillipthe2 

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Tourists Need Not Apply

Well, I'm now vacation-fresh and ready to start anew.  Great.  Right off the bat I make it sound like I'm endorsing laundry detergent: "Introducing new Vacation Fresh with extra strength stain-fighting power!"

When the beach beacons, transplanted Floridians and tourists tend to migrate towards the Atlantic (Eastern) coast with it's long, wide, white beaches.  That's ok, if you like fighting the tourists for a parking spot, risking getting run over by the beach patrol, the (low-ish) potential of getting nibbled on by a shark, or staying in a "condo" that's really nothing more than an over-glorified hotel room.  True Floridians however, we tend to migrate towards the West Coast.  No, not Santa Monica, Malibu, or any other Californian beach-side shithole...the Gulf of Mexico.  Sure, the beaches aren't as wide and you can forget about surfing unless a tropical storm (or worse) is coming, but the one thing that sets it apart from the other coast is...you ain't gonna be fighting for space with the tourists.
 

Personally, I like Manasota Key, which is often referred to as "Englewood Beach".  There are only three small public beaches along the Key, but between them is pretty much private homes with a scattering of vacation rentals.  Step off the back deck...and you're on the beach.  If the sand isn't completely empty, the nearest person (other than the occasional jogger) is a hundred yards away....which definitely appeals to my loner / antisocial sensibilities.  Thankfully it's also been spared of those giant,  ten-story (or more), view-killing condominiums...unlike every other beach in Florida.  Hell, the largest condo (which is all but condemned thanks to Hurricane Charlie back in '04...and thanks to some seriously strict zoning laws) is only four stories tall.


If you get up early enough and your timing is right, you'll get to see baby Loggerhead Turtles emerging from their nests as they make a dash for the water.  Look all you want, take all the pictures you want, but don't touch'em....that is unless you don't mind being referred to as a convicted felon.

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Watch the World Die

Six days of sitting out on the back porch, fruity umbrella drink in hand, watching the Sun commit suicide....what drudgery.  Aww well, back to the salt mines tomorrow morning.




Friday, August 12, 2011

Vay-Cay, Rambling, and Bitching

Sorry I haven't posted anything in a while...nor completed any colorings for various people (you know who you are).  I could give some lame-ass, as-per-usual excuse such as "I just can't get motivated" or...ohhh, I dunno..."the dog ate my computer mouse", but that wouldn't be true.  The motivation has been there...and I don't own a dog.  I have actually been working on a few things, but not in any particular order and rather erratically....jumping from one thing to the other.  Throw a dash of "my internet provider is retarded and incompetent" and the fact that (tomorrow) I'm starting the first vacation I've had in nearly three years...and there you go.

So, about five days ago my internet provider (who is also a major cable TV provider) is out "auditing" my neighborhood.  Basically, they're out looking to see which of their customers (in rental properties...and I don't rent) still live there, who's stealing cable TV, and generally door-knocking and trying to sell people shit they don't need.  They knock on my door, standard sales pitch ensues, I'm not interested, they're insistent, I slam door in their face.  Is this the end of it?  Nope, not by a long shot.

 I watch cable dude walk across the street, unlock a ground-level junction box, and fiddle with something inside.  I go back into my office and notice that my cable modem's lights are flashing....basically an error code saying, "Hey, I'm not working."  I look back out the front window just in time to see cable dude driving away.  Is it a coincidence that my internet went out and dude was fiddling around out there?  I think not.  "Oh, slam the door in my face will yuh....I'll show him" type of shit.


Welcome to the wonderful world that is the Comcast Corporation....what a fucking joke.

Flash-forward a few days.  After repeated phone calls with "tech support" (out-sourced to some third-world shit-hole...not that I'd expect anything less from a huge company) and their customer (dis)service, I discover that shithead not only went out there and disconnected my cable line, but also put a note in their system that no one lives at my address.  The voice at the other end of the phone was both (disingenuously and lethargically) sympathetic and apologetic, but assured me that someone would be out to rectify the situation as quickly as possible....in three to four days.  My response: "Motherfucker, I live on a hilltop and can literally see the fenced yard where your company keeps it's fleet of vehicles not five minutes away.  Not only will you NOT be coming out to fix it AND you've LOST a customer, but you can also GO FUCK YOURSELF!  Have a nice day."  *click*

Five minutes later I'm on the phone with a smaller local competitor.  Got faster internet service with considerably less damage to my wallet , they were there within the hour (46 minutes to be exact) to install their equipment, and carted off the old companies' equipment to boot.  Hell, the service guy picked up the old cable modem with thumb and index finger, held it away from him with mock disgust (like it was gonna give him an incurable venereal disease) and said, "Damn, they actually leased you this ancient thing?  What an eff-in' dinosaur."

During the time I had Comcast I found it rather odd that the two times I had them out for a service call (other than the last time) both service guys went out of their way to inform me that "Comcast is trying to improve it's customer relations"....in those exact words. Simply changing their name to XFinity (whatever the hell that means or implies) isn't going to change peoples perception...and neither are empty words drilled into the heads of their employees to be repeated to customers.

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Half-A-Million

Damn...  Well, there you have it.  Thanks to all you fine folks out in cyber-wonderland...there's a half million views.  Oh gawd, I'm gettin' all misty eyed here.

So, anyway....on with the scantly clad (and less than scantly clad) toon goodness.  Not unlike all the other big-even-numbers / milestones that have come and gone I didn't really have anything planned for the occasion, so....ummm....here's a de-noir'd Dr Mrs for you.

Like the previous one, this too is on (throws feces in their general direction) deviantART, but (oddly enough) was denied entry by Hentai Foundry.  Gotta loves mods who are on a different sheet of music.

Original Art by Alex Spastic
Inks and Colors by Phillipthe2