Do you recognize this person?
Oh, that's the wrong shot, maybe not.
Well, anyway, I'm no JACK DAVIS, I'm no MORT DRUCKER, nor TOM RICHMOND, nor MARIE SEVERIN, but I really wanted to do a caricature for the gag in this week's WolfieToon at "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE!" (Which came from a chance remark lovely Springrose made!)
So I'd thought I'd show some of the struggle to achieve that here; not that anyone gives a rat's patootie, but at least the work and paper used in the process won't be wasted.
I collected photo references of the Fella I Had In Mind, noting the shape of the features and their relationships: how the head was kinda round, the ears were kinda big, how the hairline looked, that the eyes were set fairly high up and wide apart, and the mouth was also wide and there was not much chin underneath a thick bottom lip. So let the scribbles begin.
Ehh, no, the eyes are way too close together, and, nope the whole thing is off...
Hey, that kinda looks like David Janssen-- or, Springrose says, maybe Johnny Cash!-- but not who I had in mind... so let's see what happens if I age him a bit and change the features. Maybe a slightly different angle will help...
Wow, that's almost Walter Matthau! Too bad I'm not trying to draw Walter, I sorta like that drawing. Sigh, well, okay, let's exaggerate the heck outta things to see if I can figure out where I'm going wrong...
Aw, CRAP, now he's Bela Lugosi, #@%^&*, Scribble Scribble!!
Well I'll consult other references and try again... and again--
OK, that's not so bad!!
Some more tweaking and inking and coloring and the final thing is thus:
I had a particular person in mind for the Spankee as well, and oddly enough, I didn't have so much trouble with her face!
If you recognize 'em, I've succeeded enough for that, or you got a clue from the title of the cartoon. :-D
If you don't, I'll have to try another time, or you're a youngster who never watches TV reruns.
Meanwhile, enjoy the snippets and free chapters of scintillating spanking stories at "D&D" this week, like the first chapeter of "DANGEROUS BEHAVIOR" by Michelle (always a hoot) Carlyle, and you can go down under (!!) for the start of "AUSSIE HEIRESS" by Jamie Phillips!