Some of my art

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Some of my art

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Hi, everybody. Now for a change of pace.

I hope you don't mind me sharing some art I have made. I wasn't sure where to put this, since it is related to male unbifurcated garments, but I thought the safest place was here, even though, technically, it isn't off-topic.

I actually work male unbifurcated garments into my art, quite I bit. I draw a lot of fantasy, and often create fantastical creatures (some of which are male) that wear beautiful clothing (in my opinion). These outfits I design would be ideal for me to wear, but it definitely is beyond my financial means to commission any. Besides, where would I wear any of them?

If you have art related to skirts for men (or males, since, these aren't really men), you are welcome to share it, here, too.

Thanks for taking a look, and I am sorry if it was inappropriate to post this, here.

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The last 5 images are from a story I am writing (slowly).
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The pictures look great, much more fun and interesting than American politics. Unfortunately I failed stick figures at school, anyone with your skills I admire.
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john62 wrote:
Mon Aug 24, 2020 11:43 pm
The pictures look great, much more fun and interesting than American politics. Unfortunately I failed stick figures at school, anyone with your skills I admire.
Indeed!

Aside from draughting and technical drawing I have managed to produce but one single cogent freehand image. Blessed be the artists!
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Very cool drawings! I wish I had such talent.
Yonkas wrote:
Mon Aug 24, 2020 7:34 pm
I am sorry if it was inappropriate to post this, here.
Nonsense! More of this... less of that other stuff that dominates the internet!
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john62 wrote:
Mon Aug 24, 2020 11:43 pm
The pictures look great, much more fun and interesting than American politics. Unfortunately I failed stick figures at school, anyone with your skills I admire.
.John
Thank you!

The funny thing is, I started drawing (and writing again) because of all the political nonsense happening.

I wish people would stop being so ugly, but I will say no more about that, here, for fear of turning this into yet another political discussion.
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I believe that where there's art... there's still hope.

It shows that there are still people out there with souls.

Thank you, and please keep it coming!
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crfriend wrote:
Tue Aug 25, 2020 12:00 am
Aside from draughting and technical drawing I have managed to produce but one single cogent freehand image. Blessed be the artists!
Wow, a blessing! Thanks! :)
moonshadow wrote:
Tue Aug 25, 2020 1:12 am
Very cool drawings! I wish I had such talent.
Thanks! You should have seen what that fox character looked like, when I first started drawing again *shudder*.
Nonsense! More of this... less of that other stuff that dominates the internet!
Well, all right, then :) Here's are two old images with MUGs:
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And the rest are new, but I there are no more ones with MUGs worth showing.

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And then, uh...something of a different flavor I drew after talking with stupid people, today.

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I am going to enjoy this thread. I suspect we have some other talented MIS sitting on the sidelines with neat stuff to share too? Thanks Yonkas for sharing.
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Wow, these are very beautiful drawing! Awesome! :)
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Generally I'm not so taken by this kind of art, but I'M IMPRESSED!

Well done! I'm looking forward to your future contributions.

Thank you for sharing.
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True artistic talent come only to a few but it has surly landed squarely in your hands. You are indeed a very talented artist.
Please keep them coming and also please add excerpts from your book as if this is the art then the story has to be as interesting. :D :D
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I second that! More of them please You should think about an exhibition.
I can’t begin to imagine what it looks like inside your head though🤡
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Faldaguy wrote:
Tue Aug 25, 2020 4:06 am
I am going to enjoy this thread. I suspect we have some other talented MIS sitting on the sidelines with neat stuff to share too? Thanks Yonkas for sharing.
You're welcome. I hope that if others have artistic talent, they'll share their art, too.
Pdxfashionpioneer wrote:
Tue Aug 25, 2020 7:09 am
Generally I'm not so taken by this kind of art, but I'M IMPRESSED!

Well done! I'm looking forward to your future contributions.

Thank you for sharing.
Thanks.
Fred in Skirts wrote:
Tue Aug 25, 2020 6:26 pm
True artistic talent come only to a few but it has surly landed squarely in your hands. You are indeed a very talented artist.
Please keep them coming and also please add excerpts from your book as if this is the art then the story has to be as interesting. :D :D
It's interesting, for sure. Just not very well written at the moment :(
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Wed Aug 26, 2020 11:40 am
I second that! More of them please You should think about an exhibition.
I can’t begin to imagine what it looks like inside your head though🤡
Spirou003 wrote:
Tue Aug 25, 2020 5:58 am
Wow, these are very beautiful drawing! Awesome! :)
Thank you for the kind words!
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The story is what’s important. An editor can tidy it up for you if necessary. Some of the most popular authors in the world by their own admission are not the best writers. Don’t worry unless you’ve got your sights on a Nobel prize
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Shilo wrote:
Thu Aug 27, 2020 10:52 am
The story is what’s important. An editor can tidy it up for you if necessary. Some of the most popular authors in the world by their own admission are not the best writers. Don’t worry unless you’ve got your sights on a Nobel prize
That's true, I guess. The problem is not a matter of it being rough around the edges. It's that I will probably end up almost completely overhauling it. Also, I am currently embarrassed by what I wrote, so there's that :).
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