WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

Sunday, September 18, 2011

If you go out in the woods today...

Ah, at last, a little nip in the air, to get outdoors and put some color in your cheeks!

If you'll nip 'round to "Discipline and Desire," you'll see the rest of that colorful cartoon, five fine snippets from the current stories for D&D members, and two free cracklin' chapters for everyone:

The start of  "Endless Love" by Jordan Grace, and the first of Jessica Wallace's "Painful Choices!"

And now I must leaf.


  1. I need to find a forest with real high branches and no sticks on the ground. Only need the upper cheeks rosy. If my bottom cheeks get glowing it may cause a forest fire and Smokey the Bear would not be happy.

  2. Why do Tops think sticks are art tools and pristine bottoms are some sort of canvas?

    Kaki, you are so right! No making any heat with sticks in the forest, DW!

    I think that lady Bluebird is headed for warmer climes whether she heads South or not.

    Colorful toon, DW! ;-)

  3. Owwwww leaf

    Ok I admit it I like terrible puns. I excel at them myself. I am Cranky Spanker. I have a small blog. On Sundays I post a regular feature showcasing spanking art and drawings. I would like to add you to the list of featured talents and even add a Q & A. I got positive results for The Spirit and Endart.


  4. Well, ladies, there's an old saw about artists being able to make art using only a stick and some pudding, and although I've seen, and done, stuff that LOOKS like that, generally that's an exaggeration.

    However, a smooth stick / round bottom combination seems a pretty good combination for creativity!

    As for Smokin' the Bare, oh, 'scuse me, Smokey the Bear, I thought I had that Smokey cartoon up on the blog that Springrose and I did-- but I guess not! I'll put it in here later.

    Hello, Emanuele, yes, I've seen and enjoyed your Cranky Spanker blog, and would be very pleased and proud to take part in your showcase! Thank you for the offer!

    As for puns, I'm quite fond of the form, myself; in fact, Larken has suggested that on the Wolfie Blog they should be called "Lupuns." (She is also fond of the form, even as you and I!)