Tag Archive - anime

Art: Bigger, Better, Bolder (just how we like ‘em)

We found Lord Daroth on deviantART.com. He is an artist who is very talented at morphing women into muscle popping images we just love at FemaleMuscle. Lord Daroth’s profile on Deviant Art says he is a 21-year-old male from Hungary.

Not every aspect of these pieces are his own work, but you can find more collaborations and individual work on his personal page.

Fantasy Muscle: Manga Muscle

The Japanese style art in Manga (comics/print) and Anime (cartoons/animation) is based on the distinctive “Large Eye” look created by Osamu Tezuka. Manga literally translates “whimsical pictures” and dates back to the late 1700’s with early published picturebooks. Anime is an abbreviation of “animation” and synonymous with Japanese animation. While early Anime dates back to 1917, the current characterstic style developed in the 1960’s. Both Manga and Anime have a large audience not only in Japan, but also worldwide.

It’s no wonder that many artists have taken their influence and love of the Manga/Anime style and created their own unique brand of Female Muscle. While the look and style may retain some of the “whimsical pictures” origins, these women are all power.

Here is a gallery from some talented Manga/Anime female muscle artists: Bokuman, Mikazuki-Dono (Australia), Purukogi (Japan), RENtb (Japan), S20K00Y (Japan). Check out their DeviantArt pages for more great art.

Contributing Writer Area Orion

Dyna Level 2 by D.C. Matthews

Here is the biography of D.C Matthews: “No, I’m not the same Dave Matthews as in The Dave Matthews Band. I wish I could play a musical instrument, or sing, or something!
I was born in Burlington, North Carolina December 23, 1953; but I’ve been living in Orlando, Florida since 1974. I can think of very few other places I’d rather live, although the traffic is starting to get annoying. Employed by Rubio Arts, Inc. as a “quick-sketch” portrait / caricature artist at Walt Disney World. Currently, I spend most of my working hours at the Brown Derby caricature stand at the Disney-MGM Studios. This is the source of 99.9999% of my income, even though I think of myself as (see above) an “illustrator and cartoonist” …much the same way as an aspiring actor might take a job as a waiter or cab driver to earn an actual living, and still consider him/herself an actor.