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 […]
Illustrated story from 2017 by Madeira Desouza featuring sequential art as in comics.
Whenever men are together in groups greater in number than three, this can lead to exciting experiences or risky experiences or both kinds of experiences together in one setting.
Whenever men are together in groups greater in number than three, this can lead to exciting experiences or risky experiences or both kinds of experiences together in one setting. When I first created this image, I started with the three black guys grouped together in the background threatening a black character in the foreground.Ê My intent was for them to represent an urban threat.Ê I did not intend to create an all black cast.Ê One visitor emailed me and suggested there would be a higher erotic value have the guy in the foreground be white.
Cowboys need to ride. Let yours shoot you where he will. Own him deep inside.
I have not posted in quite some time because I have been exploring new software to expand my abilities to create digital illustrations. I’m not going to endorse any particular software by name here. But, I am ready to show you some of my earliest work in two test illustrations of a young cowboy. One goal I have had is to be able to create images similarly to how Tom of Finland and Etienne did.
I created original illustrations depicting a naked cowboy with a machete.