F1x-2: The Cyber-Apocalyptic Art of Josan Gonzalez

Sexy in all kinds of ways! Groove on, Josan!

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The Throne The Throne

To date, all of the art features on this blog (not including the various cosplay posts) has come from one source—me. Let’s face it, while some of my art is neat to look at and, I hope, at least somewhat aesthetically pleasing, it isn’t really anything to write home about.

I am not an art connoisseur. Although I have taken college level courses in design, art history, and drawing, I am still very much a layperson when it comes to the visual arts, particularly in regards to digital painting. However, while I can’t make a claim to any artistic expertise or talent, I would like to think that my aesthetic taste is something others can either appreciate or, at the very least, respect and understand.

Thus, while I don’t think I’m a very good artist myself, I don’t feel that I am overstepping my bounds by highlighting or…

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Topless Teegra in 80s Classic Fire and Ice

Fire and Ice is a 1983 American animated adventure-fantasy film directed by Ralph Bakshi. [Wikipedia]

Seriously, if you haven’t seen this fantastic fantasy adventure, what the hell are you waiting for? Utilizing rotoscoping (quite common in the 80s), it tells the story of Larn who comes upon Teegra who is fleeing an evil queen and her son who themselves are behind the encroaching ice glaciers killing off entire villages.

It featured the talents of Bakshi, Frank FrazettaJames Gurney, Thomas KinkadePeter Chung, and many others.

And the whole film…