The classic 1992 Chris LeDoux song asks the musical question: whatcha gonna do with a cowboy? I feel qualified to provide one answer. Sp, here we go… My job is to create custom built masculine men. Fictional characters, that is. Not real human beings. They exist for a gay adult male audience. Somebody’s got to do it. That’s why I created this big cowboy. His main traits are impressive—large hands, fingers and feet, plenty of muscles, well-endowed, and haunting eyes. Plus, he is just simply one unforgettable big guy. Let’s imagine that immediately after I created this cowboy, I wanted to take him for a test drive in my sun-drenched Las Vegas artist’s studio. This Mojave Desert location of mine that I created is always warm and bright no matter what the season may be. But, the cowboy is scorching hot. He rides me from behind. My legs wrap down so my feet hold onto his bulging calves and there is no need for me to touch the floor. Feels like flying. Turns out that the cowboy loves to fuck and it shows. I make the decision to expand my cowboy test drive. This is because I’m sure what it […]
Here you see the artist in a cameo role involved in a hot sexual encounter with a cello player. The character of the cello player was created out of an attraction for a young musician—one of founding members of a folk-bluegrass band from Saskatchewan. The theme of this series of digital art images is expressed with sarcasm as what a man needs from another man. Other images of the cello player character:
Sometimes I place myself as a character into my illustrations. Both Hitchcock and Dali showed how this can be acceptable. Perhaps I’m trying to recreate what my mind sees as flashes of memories from some past or future lives.