WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

The Imp Anthem!

From the 1930 movie "Follow Through," Ms Zelma O'Neal (no relation) sings the Imp Anthem-- "I Want To Be Bad!"

Of course, we all know that, Now as Then, such Naughty Impulses must be properly addressed!

Especially is your Imp is improperly dressed.  

No, no, no, not like that at all!  That's always good.  I mean, like wearing girdles during a spanking:

(And you know she did that on purpose, girdles are really hard to find these days!!) 

Or like stealing your fella's favorite T-shirt and then getting it all stretched out of shape.

Or breaking Tops' Toys

Or, for that matter, breaking Tops.

Or carelessly wearing very expensive jewelry to Pottery Class.

Or spying on the neighbors like Gladys Kravitz..

Or sneaking off for a snooze when you're supposed to be doing outdoor chores.

Or cutting off the tops of Van Johnson's socks and trying to make him believe you're too young to know that was wrong. 

So-- you Imps had better play your cards right

Or the Gobble-uns Wolfies'll git ya 
Ef you


Monday, August 4, 2014

More Wolfie Beach Fun: Original Art!

There's a Revealing Detail from one of the latest WolfieToons at "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE!"  

I thought it might be fun to show you some of the original black-and-white art for other "D&D" beach-themed cartoons! 

The beach party almost doesn't need the lettering and gag!  (But just so you know, he's singing, "Wild Thing!  I'll make your butt sting!")  The next one, though, is kinda bare without more:


For some reason this particular gag has been a favorite of cartoonists for a long time;  here is my first pencil sketch for it. 

Then the inked version, which-- perhaps appropriately enough-- has been slightly water-damaged.

And now, the finished cartoon:  

Enjoy the rest of your summer!!

Monday, July 28, 2014


That (mostly) black and white drawing is a detail from the "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE" WolfieToon titled, "Cosplay," done as a salute to Comic-Con International held in Sand Diego this past weekend!

One of the fun parts of any comic convention is the "Cosplay!"

If you're unfamiliar with the term "Cosplay," it's not about listening to Bill Cosby albums-- 

--although that's a very good idea.  

"Cosplay" means "playing in costume," usually at parties and conventions.  If you'll YAHOO it, you'll find a lot of delightfully entertaining stuff.  As a matter of fact, PBS just aired a program about the people that make and / or wear the character costumes. I bet it's streaming on their website! 

Cosplay, originally a Japanese term describing those who became the Manga (Japanese comics) and Video Game Characters, is not restricted to Fancy Dress Parties or Halloween--

--but can happen any time!  In fact, one can even experience Premature Cosplay!

So, if you're aware of this phenomena, it can prevent problems. 

Although you don't necessarily have to explain to your daughter why you're borrowing her school uniform.

(That's the original inked drawing from a WolfieToon you've probably seen a lot.  Notice how I had my Tweedy Dad in a cool bow-tie six years before Matt Smith became Doctor Who!  Ha!)

(Sorry, Doctor Who-Ha is an entirely different program.) 

Now, when choosing these cartoons, I made a distinction between my characters dressing up as characters and real characters.

For instance, this is the first pencil sketch of the real Big Little Red Riding Hood out in the woods

--and this is the real Princess's Whipping Girl, thoroughly enjoying her work.

But the couple at the top of the page are in costume, as are the two below.

The difference is, the former are appearing in public, at a convention, and the latter are performing in private.  Or they were until their hostess blundered in.  

Well, blow me down!!  

Saturday, July 19, 2014

More Flowers!

 Here are a couple more images from cartoonist DON FLOWERS!  No spanking, but there are stars and bottoms.  First, let's quote the Pythons:

Is she trying to provoke something? 

(Click on that to see a bigger version!) 

Speaking of Mermaids and Spanking, did you ever see THIS?  It's worth a peek.

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Yes, You CAN Draw A Bodacious Bottom!

Springrose mentioned the other night that I've become an expert at drawing delectable derrieres.  

Well, I certainly have had a lot of practice, and keep trying to improve.  Fine fannies are a regular feature of the weekly WolfieToons at "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE!"  They are my favorite subject, attractive and funny at the same time.  

Occasionally I remember to give the girls-- and, I guess, some guys-- a fair share of gluteal eye candy.

Butt-- what if a creative urge strikes someone who hasn't studied how to reproduce on paper these scintillating spheres, these hypnotic orbs of flesh?  No need to suffer feckless frustration now, my friend!  Behold the Butt Drawing Tutorial from YouTube!

"EVERYTHING'S on YouTube!"  -- Springrose

Sunday, July 6, 2014

Happy 6th of July!!

A great big ole howdy!  Hope my fellow Merkins had a wonderful weekend, whether reveling in some peace and quiet or spending spiffy summertime with family and friends, fireworks and yummy provender.  Hm, Yummy Provender sounds like a WolfieToon character.  In fact, she might be the Twirler in this first Fourth of July cartoon I did at "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE!"

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Spanking 'Toons by Flowers!

If the name Don Flowers is unfamiliar to you, allow me to introduce you to some of the finest, funniest, and sexiest cartoon work to ever grace a page.

(Nice Star Placement, eh?)

Mom's got polka dots, I bet.

Wotta klutz.  But, say, what a coincidence!  There's a bride's bottom featured in the current WolfieToon at  "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE,"  too-- only unclad!! 

Back to Don's cuties: 

Don's work appeared in newspapers for over forty years.  Beginning with "Puffy Pig" and "Oh, Diana!" in the thirties, he began a single-panel cartoon featuring funny, fab females called "Modest Maidens" for the Associated Press, which became such a hit that W.R. Hearst stole him away, doubling his salary and renaming his cartoon "Glamour Girls" for King Features Syndicate.  

Hm, I was unjustly accused once.

Only the technology changes.

Don and his comic strip both ended in 1968.  He died of emphysema from years of smoking, and newspapers had been dropping "Glamour Girls" as the 60's became more turbulent.  

At its peak, "Glamour Girls" ran in nearly 300 papers.  His stepson, Don Flowers, Jr., says his dad would amass a bunch of gags and then head to the drawing board, where he could do as many as a week's worth of panels in a single day.  The younger Don says his dad "never struggled, he never got frustrated, and he never said, 'I can't get this part right.'  He always knew where he wanted a line to go."

(That, by the way, is the exact opposite of the Wolfie Experience.)

Don in his studio.  

These examples have come from a collection called The Glamour Girls of Don Flowers by Alex Chun and Jacob Covey.  I recommend it!   

On the Interweb, I found a "Glamour Girls" Sunday page (I think the date at the top says "1949") in which one of the gags is very much like something Endart or NIK ZULA or Dave Wolfe might've come up with.  That Wolfie character may even steal it yet.  

I saved that a long time ago and forgot to note the source,  If you were the individual who photographed this in the wee hours, please let me give you credit and thanks!   Now, this is the best I can clear up the spanking for you.  The gag line reads, "Twenty-two, Twenty-three-- You thought I'd forgotten your birthday, didn't you?-- Twenty-four--!"

And now the climax:  a Don Flowers cartoon from the 60's that was sold on E-Bay recently.

Pop might be taking himself too seriously but you'll notice Mom isn't really interfering! 

I don't know if there were other spankings in the twenty years or so of  "Glamour Girls," but if so, they;ll eventually crop up!  Hope you enjoyed all of these!