Monday, 25 April 2016

Dolphin selfie

"Dolphin Selfie 2"
prismacolor pencil on black A3 paper,
 297 x 420 mm, (11.7 x 16.5 in) 
"Dolphin Selfie"
prismacolor pencil on black A3 paper,
 297 x 420 mm, (11.7 x 16.5 in) 
Blues and pinks, hearts, a cuteness, a drop of that classic 90's dolphin airbrush not unlike Sega's Ecco.

Two dolphins, girls rimming blow holes, bestiality, this was the worst thing I could think of at the time.
But the more I think of it, dolphins seem to be less offensive, due to the lack of hair. That they are fish like? It seems being a fish, coming from the ocean or being an insect, they don't deserve any empathy, not like a kitten or a baby cow, or any other mammal with all it's hair.

I'm scared to say dog or horse, two famous bestiality animals, with signs of animal abuse, but to me dolphins  are wild yet intelligent animals who take control of the situation. Also I don't want to draw a horse or dog, all that hair is a lot of work, and some how dolphins are more acceptable, with the way they always look happy. I'm sure I've seen more than one youtube video of  dolphins mounting humans.
Oh yeah... just before I drew this there was a viral video of people taking selfies with a dying baby dolphin someone found in Spain.

How the sausage is made:
The girl references were rimming gaping anus, and the dolphin heads line up well with the human butts, syncing the blow hole to the anus.
the water was a lot of work, but in the end I feel very effective.