WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

Wednesday, November 6, 2013


Just musing here about the appeal of handprints.

  I don't know that they actually denote "ownership," like the dye-paint handprints some Natives used to slap on their ponies' flanks, but it does seem to announce to the world, "I've handled this lovely, dear-to-my-heart mischief maker," and, on the other hand, "I've got a really cute love-tat from my handsome lover and aren't the rest of you jealous?" 

 They're funny and sexy.  And really, that's all the analysis we need.

I recall as a tot seeing the Walter Lantz cartoon "Fox and the Rabbit" on TV, which ended thus

and something deep inside tiny Wolfie said, "I like that. I wonder why?"

As a young teen, still in front of the set, I thought some of the other cartoons could use handprints, too.

Now there are the "painted" kind of prints.  

and you can even use flour in the kitchen!  In fact, I've done that,  just like this TV guy, only with better aim.

There were a couple of times at the pool I gave my college lover a nice,  wet hand-smack-print that showed up admirably on the seat of her suit.  It looked more-or-less like this artistic reproduction.

But one day I discovered it wasn't a joke, it wasn't just a cartoon, you actually could put a red handprint on a round fanny!!

(And my thanks to various Web Sources for sharing!)


Talk about making your mark in the world!  

So handprints (and even paw prints ) have shown up in several WolfieToons through the years.

Like anything done well, making a nice, clear handprint on a cute female fanny take practice.  Lots and lots of practice.  So excuse me while I pursue artistic endeavors.  First of all I'll have to pursue and catch my "canvas." 

I suspect it won't be all that long a chase. 

By the way, didja see the new and spiffy Free Area at "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE?"  

Go click on the pictures there and see what all comes up!  (Yes, that was a deliberate joke.)

Sunday, November 3, 2013

"Discipline & Desire" News!

I'm delighted to tell you that the spankin' new FREE PAGE AT "DISCIPLINE AND DESIRE" is up!

Click on those blue letters to see the weekly update, with five free romantic spanking stories--  three free chapters from the novels-- three FULL-SIZE WolfieToons, including the Halloween cartoon Larken wrote-- details about the eBook editions-- information on how you could write for "D&D"-- a link to our thirteen-year-old Yahoo group-- and membership details, too.

Here's what editor Nattie Jones told everyone in the aforementioned Yahoo group:

We now do updates on Saturday evenings, and we have eBook editions of our weekly stories that you can read on your eReader (Kindle, Kobo, Nook, Sony, and iPad... and most every eReader!) or an eReader app on your computer, like Kindle for PC, Adobe Acrobat Reader, or Nook for PC.

Coming before the end of the year is a redesign of the member's area, with easier navigation, the ability to comment on stories, interact with each other, and interact with authors. I can't wait for it! I know Yahoo! Groups aren't as active as they used to be, but I really miss the close community we had here in the "olden days" of the Internet.

I hope you enjoy the new free stories!

So have a look, I think you'll be pleased!  

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Things That Go Spank In the Night

I admire those of you who have the DISCIPLINE & DESIRE (Har!) to keep up your Blogtivity!  There is a lot of older stuff to scroll through here at the WoofieBlog, but "real life," gainful employment, and other distractions have made new entries precious and few.  Sorry about that!  However, here is some Halloween Fun!!

During a conversation with Larken, it occurred to me that that, oddly enough, there aren't enough Werewolves in Halloween WolfieToons!  And then she wrote one on the spot!  It's this week's 'toon!

The new "free page" at "D&D" is still baking, so here is your "preview!"

How about a couple of early drafts for the five-year-old Halloween greeting you must've seen around the web?

I got that far in the inking and thought, "Nah, somethings's not quite right.  Let's try again."  And thus--  

That one's actually worse!  It's all skewed to one side like I was trying to draw it lying down!

Well, back to the proverbial drawing board--

Yeah, that's the ticket!  It eventually became this:

By the way, if you've never seen the 1931 "Frankenstein," you have a treat in store!  Here's the creation scene, which, to my mind, has never topped in all the other versions. 

Y'know, several of the Universal Movie Monsters have wandered into WolfieToons, like this guy:

Say, didja know the Gill Man was designed by a woman named Millicent Patrick?  

She was a commercial artist, illustrator of children's books, fashion designer and actress. ("Actor," say the P.C. moderns.)  Her Universal boss. makeup department head Bud Westmore, initially took credit for the Creature because, well, because he was a putz.

Anyway, Gill had a great time on the set.

Here's a monster movie poster with no monster on it!  How did they expect to lure all the monster-loving teenage boys and teenage-hearted men into the theater?! 

That's Julie Adams in a wonderful white one-piece suit.

Here's Julie in short shorts.  

What was I talking about?  Who cares?

"Oh, no, no, don't spank me again!!"

And now, here is some vampire spanking.

OK, this next one isn't really spanking.

Peter Cushing played vampire-slayer Van Helsing in the Hammer movies of the 60's, but in 1974, he played an actor who played Dracula in a deservedly obscure French movie with the English title 'Tender Dracula."  The lovely young woman who got her (unseen in this scene) bare bottom smacked was named Miou Miou, not to be confused with the catfood song. 

I couldn't make heads or tails of exactly why Peter spanked Miou-Miou.  Mr. Cushing was always good, but this movie is not.  However, if morbid curiosity compels you, you can find it on YouTube.  The spanking is toward the end.  So to speak. 

Well, have fun this All Hallow's Eve, and I hope Sandy Claws brings you lots of candy and paddles!

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Mommy Got Spanked!!

Finding out about Sex at age ten or so was a pretty shocking thing to me.  They put what where??!  Aw, c'mon, you're making that up!!  Then my cousins laughed at me.

So I after I consulted actual authoritative sources and acknowledged the truth of the matter, I had to ponder that my parents were Sexual Beings.  Mind-blowing, dude.

I'd always seen them hug and cuddle and kiss, and on very rare occasions I saw Dad put Mom over his lap and playfully (but firmly!) spank her butt while she giggled her head off.  And said "Ouch!!"  

The fact that I'd always found such activity enticing and highly entertaining began to make  a little bit of sense.    

There's just something very grin-worthy of having mothers-- who so often give spankings-- get them, too!

The acronym "M.I.L.S." will never catch on, but here are some examples from "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE"  WolfieToons new and old, starting with this pencil version:  

That's "Reesa Roberts" on the writing credit!  

And there's a story behind that drawing I've told HERE!

By the way, the spankin' new server and host and whatchacallit doodad for "D&D" is still pending, but oughta be up soon!!

Monday, September 16, 2013

Ends and Odds

In case you were wondering What The FlintstoneVitamins is going on at  "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE"-- they're building a new, easier-to-navigate site!  The weekly member updates actually are there;  only the Free Preview Page hasn't been in action while all the technical stuff is getting Iron Manned out.  But it will be all set soon! 

Meanwhile, some Ends and Odds for your perusal:     

This is one of the ends in the new WolfieToon.  I like short shorts. 

And something odd.  A penguin kite.

Here's another end from a recent WolfieToon.  It brings to mind something Larken just told me:  "Spanking is just like eating Chinese food-- an hour later, you're naughty again."  

 This is really cool, I still want one. 

Chalk up another WolfieToon end.

Now, at first you'd think this deliberately odd pic is from a student film-maker trying her best to be David Lynch.  But, really, they're just horsing around in an equus-opportunity setting. 

Oh, Wolfie fuzz-wuzz here!

And now something completely different.  Weird Al Yankovic with an arm graft about to spank Clare Fonda.

(My apologies to Seth Olenick / Harper Collins, Al and Clare and everybody at "Shadow Lane!")