Female muscle artist IHCOYC XPICTOC portrayed strong women in fantasy and bondage situations. His images have strong lines in an almost stained-glass style that suggest the subject “breaking-free”. He says “the real thrill is to see them struggling but ultimately overcoming the villainous situations they find themselves in... So naturally, my heroines have to be super strong.”
Wherever did you come up with the handle IHCOYC XPICTOC?
There is a well known fantasy artist called Chris(tos) Achilleos. This is Greek for “Christ Achilles.” The handle was originally a tribute to him. “IHCOYC XPICTOC” is also another way to spell Yezukriis, the villain from my Unlimited Adventures creations.
How did you get started drawing?
Some years ago, there was a computer game called Unlimited Adventures, which allowed you to create and edit Advanced Dungeons and Dragons™ computer roleplaying games. You could add your own pictures to the game. I started drawing so that I could add my own pictures to these games. The games I created are called The Curse of Yezukriis; Yezukriis II: Goosed by the Geas; Yezukriis III: Lifestyles of the Lich and Famous; Yezukriis IV: Scandal at Guano Gate; and Masters of the Universe: The Smell of Fear.
Before all the Vampire craze and prime-time favorites, there was Vampirella. Centered around a vampire heroine, Vampirella first saw print in 1969 in black and white and has seen wide spread publication. It was also spun into a film which was showcased on Showtime Networks in 1996. Now the super strong, super sexy heroine has been acquired from Harris Publications by Dynamite and looks to be the focus of upcoming projects.
“I am incredibly pleased to be passing the stewardship of Vampirella on to Dynamite,” says Stanley Harris, President of Harris Publications. “Dynamite has proven to be one of the premiere publishers in the comic book industry, and Vampirella couldn’t be in better and more caring hands!”
It’s that time again. Area Orion has shared a few of his morphs to raise the fantasy bar one more notch. I know that many of you love sexy muscular calve and legs, tight muscular butts, or even thick rippling pecs. But there’s no truer sign of physical strength, superiority and dominance than a huge set of biceps.
To prove my point, here’s a theoretical situation. You’re walking through the store, through the mall, or down the street and you see a very fit, muscular woman. What caught your eye? More than likely it was her arms and their thickness as they stretched the fabric of her shirt. You gather up the courage and try to catch up to her for a closer look. Mesmerizing isn’t she? You gather the courage and politely say something like, “Nice physique, how long have you been lifting?”
She of course is flattered that you noticed, (as long as you’re not creepy about it) and the VERY next thing you do, is reach out to touch her what……? (Theme from Jeopardy playing)……. That’s right… HER BICEPS!!!! Ding Ding Ding Ding… You win a prize. Now first let me offer a bit of advice. Women are flattered when you notice and you compliment them. But please, please, please… ask before you touch. You have no idea how far away her bodybuilding boyfriend is and if she is anything like today’s morphed gallery, your ass is grass.
So check out Area Orion’s work and please show him some support by visiting his site: http://areaorion.blogspot.com/
Don’t you just wish the girl next door was built like this? I’m sure a lot of you do, that innocent come-hither look, those dreamy eyes, wondering about the scent of her hair? Then she reveals her true self to you and you’re completely lost in all the glorious female muscle.
Thanks to Area Orion who once again let’s us live a little of that fantasy, as he shares his thought provoking and very stimulating artwork. Be sure to visit his site and check out all his work, it will keep you up tossing and turning at night. But hey, isn’t that what female muscle is supposed to do?
Morphs, enhancements or manips are various terms to describe Digital Body Modification. They may not be real but then the same can be said for implants, in a manner of speaking. See how and extra 50 or 100 lbs of muscle looks without the hard work. See how a cup size or more looks without the cost. It may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but anything is possible in the Fantasy Muscle realm.
Here are new FemaleMuscle morphs, enhancements and
manips from Area Orion.
Hmm, photoshopping your fellow blogger is a new experience but why not? For those who don’t know, the subject of this wallpaper is Lori Braun – the owner of femalemuscle.com. The desktop wallpaper can be downloaded in three different sizes, to use on a PC right click ’set as background’. For more wallpapers click here.
Wii has a ‘new’ game (released in Japan on May 26, 2009, North America on January 18, 2010) Muscle March. A game with bodybuilding and protein? We could not help but pass on the good news! Wikipedia describes the game:
Each of the game’s three levels involves players chasing after a thief, who has stolen their bodybuilding friends’ tub of protein powder, through a number of environments. The premise is similar to Hole in the Wall in which players follow the thief as they crash through walls, leaving holes in the form of bodybuilding poses, which the player must make their character squeeze through by gesturing with the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to match the pose. At the end of the level, players must shake the controllers to catch up and tackle the thief.
Players can choose from a number of flamboyant characters including an American boxer, a British female bodybuilder, a top hat wearing Spaniard and a polar bear. The game features the standard arcade mode and a time attack mode that sees players trying to survive for as long as possible against increasingly faster speeds.