A VERY WELL-RECEIVED muscle girl render on Renderosity.
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A BURGOS DRAWING I MISSED, featuring Fairchild from Gen-13. (You gotta be a member of the BAS2 Yahoo! group.) But I love baby-faced muscle girls like the one in the drawing.
A NICE MUSCLE MORPH involving Rachael Leigh Cook, by RayG0920, at Wreck Shop's message board.
NEW COMICS DAY: OK, two to write about--neither is very good, but they both have femuscle. One is Haven #8, which features Nia looking very pumped up. The other is the final issue (thank God) of The Dark Knight Strikes Again. That whole series turned out to be a big, steaming pile of crap, in my humble opinion, but there are some muscular chicks in it, so I have to pass it along.
I GOOFED. A lovely girl asked me to post a link to her site, last month! And I didn't see it until just now. Her name is Pauline Norden.
MARKNEW IM'S TO CALL ATTENTION to an article in the Sunday New York Times Magazine, which I missed. It's called The Strongest Woman in the World. Kind of dull, but you might get something from it.
EEEK!! A FLOYD FAN AMONG US. ("Uncle", not "Pink") Leee writes:
- Well I suppose there had to come a time when I disagreed with you. Like most people who didn't "get" the Uncle Floyd show, I can tell you that it wasn't the scripted jokes that made it funny and endearing, it was all the unscripted stuff. Fans loved to hear the bickering and the jabs about the cast's personal lives. And some of the funniest moments (like the Carol Burnett Show) was when they flubbed lines or made each other crack up.
I worked on the Uncle Floyd Show for about a year in 1984, you can see my name in the credits under "Electronic Graphics" I mention this because I was there during the time when they attempted to nationally syndicate the show. They brought these big time producers in to "streamline" the show. (For a time it was on WNBC in New York) And I knew right from the start it was going to fail. Because the syndicators just wanted the scripted material, no fooling around, no inside jokes, no cracking each other up, which as I said was what made UF funny. No one but me seemed to get this, or maybe some people did and just didn't say anything. I regretted not saying anything myself, but I'm sure it would have fell on deaf ears.
So anyway, as David Bowie said, The Uncle Floyd Show was a big part of many people's lives in New Jersey (and I suppose New York if you had a strong enough UHF antenna) and many people were devistated when the show was taken off the air.
You can still catch UF performing at his dinner club, but it's just not the same.
FLIPPING THROUGH CHANNELS, Telemundo is playing Temblores, the Spanish-language version of Tremors. I cannot escape this movie.
CAN YOU BELIEVE THE SWISS are letting these thugs bully them around in their own country? Kick the bastard out.
I SAW THIS NEW BOOK OF PIN-UPS by Fred Beltran in a comic shop the other day--it looks really sexy. Can't decide whether to pull the trigger, though.
GOOD LORD! All those miners in Pennsy are alive! Good news. Hard to believe, but good news. I hope they get them all out by morning.
ANOTHER READER writes to remind me to tell everyone that ARLI$$ (the HBO original series that isn't as well-thought-of as The Sopranos, Six Feet Under, or (bleargh) Sex in the City) is going to have some femuscle on tomorrow night's show. So if you have HBO, you might want to watch this otherwise unwatchable show. Robert Wuhl, who I believe is the star of ARLI$$, is himself basically unwatchable--in Good Morning, Vietnam, I preferred "Uncle" Floyd Vivino's lines to the Wuhl lines. And I am not a fan of Uncle Floyd.
If you're not from New Jersey, well, uh, it's hard to explain the Uncle Floyd reference. But I'll try. Uncle Floyd is/was a marginally amusing guy who had an almost unwatchable show in New Jersey for what seemed like an interminably long time. It was an embarrassment--living room kitsch featuring grown men with no budget, no talent, and NO production values making asses of themselves with horrible costumes and cheaply made puppets. And, incredibly, some people watched. Bad puns, bad jokes, just...baaad. Bad, bad, bad. Orange-shag-carpet bad. How bad? Turn your PC sound down and check this out, if you dare. Don't say I didn't warn you.
Here's David Bowie on Uncle Floyd, from a VH-1 interview (no, I'm not kidding):
- VH1: "Slip Away" feels like a very classic Bowie song colored by a quintessential New York experience: watching the rather crazed Uncle Floyd Show.
Bowie: [The Uncle Floyd Show] was such a part of my late ‘70s life - I loved the ridiculousness of it! Whenever it was on, regardless of what we were doing, Iggy [Pop] and I would dash to the nearest television set and switch it to channel 68. Half of New York was doing the same thing. [Uncle Floyd] was so faithfully funny. He created an indelible spot in my memory. If you didn’t know about Uncle Floyd you’d think the characters in the song were Bowie characters. The cause of that is my absolute affection for the show. I was not only a viewer, I used to go to the clubs when they came into town to do their live show. I had stickers on my guitar case, “I don’t avoid, I watch Uncle Floyd.” I was a total fan.
So this proves to me that Bowie is not a real Floyd fan, but a pretender. Floyd is, or thankfully WAS, a quinessentially New JERSEY experience. I mean, if New York wants to claim him, by all means, take the little guy and you'll never hear a complaint from me, but he's from Newark, and sometimes bills himself as "Mr. New Jersey". Plus, the only thing he's ever done that actually made me crack a smile was a song called "Deep in the Heart of Jersey" (hope you didn't turn the sound back up already!). That line "The pizza man says 'I no understand!'" gets me every time, can't help it. Most of the rest of the song borders on idiocy.
Anyway, that's all I got to say about that. Bit of a rant, but I have some unresolved hostility on this matter.
A READER SUBMITS THIS little bit of semi-pornographic fantasy from a message board that might be run by a company I don't much care for. But it's interesting, nonetheless.
INTERESTING OLD MESSAGE THREAD on a women's bodybuilding board--it seems Denise was afraid she was becoming stronger than her husband. I wonder how it turned out?
NO MUSCLE, but one of the coolest (ha!) 3D renders I've seen in awhile. Nudity.
FUNNY BIT ON MOVIEPOOPSHOOT.COM -- kinda reminds me of all the excitement over Awe Films' supposed foray into FMG.
I AM WORKING ON SOMETHING EXTRA-SPECIAL for you guys. It's going to be a 10- or 15-second culmination of everything I've learned about digital film-making. You'll be able to play it over and over again to satisfy your deepest urges. Anyway, I almost finished it last night, but it needs some tweaking. Gimme a couple days.
ANOTHER SUPERLATIVE DILBERT. I really love this strip.
I JUST HEARD IT ON THE RADIO for the umptillionth time, but you know, it's only in the last couple of years that I realized "Lola", by the Kinks, was about a transvestite rather than a strong girl. Wishful thinking, I guess.
HOLY CALAMARI, BATMAN!! Look at the size of this thing!
STOP ME BEFORE I RENDER AGAIN! Here's a little thingie I just posted on Wreck Shop's message board.
YOU'RE ALL INVITED TO A PARTY AT MY HOUSE, on February 2, 2019. Drinks on me.
A NEW FMG STORY ON DTV, called "All Grown Up", by GBM.
INTERESTING PROFILE OF AN ASIAN FEMALE FIREFIGHTER, named Wendy Chinn.
MY THEORY ON THE HULK MOVIE: OK, I've read the synopsis available on IMDB, and here's the Official Lingster Forecast: Brooke Langton's character will be part of a team of astronauts that require some kind of cellular augmentation to survive a long space voyage (probably to Mars). After preliminary tests create hulklike (i.e. enlarged, strengthened, invigorated and green) lab animals, the process will be tried on a human subject--a woman. There will be a growth scene and it will be very sexy--she will grow through her clothes. But something will go horribly awry at the end, and she will die in Banner's arms. The problem will likely have something to do with the effect of the radiation on the brain. (Note that whatever goes wrong will not in any way render the hulked-out honey in any way deformed or unphotogenic.) Later, Banner will goof and successfully transform himself into the Hulk, and three escaped criminals into a varied mutant menagerie--I'd be suprised if one of these wasn't also a woman.
LEWIS AND CLARK SHIT HERE. This approaches self-parody.
"I JUST WANTED TO...UH..." And with those famous words ends yet another Superstation airing of that legendary classic of American film-making, Tremors.
(Other allegedly notable quotes from Tremors.)
BRAINS? DOUBT IT. BOOBS? OH, YEAH.
SEEMS LIKE EVERY TIME I TURN ON THE SUPERSTATION, it's playing Tremors. And aside from creating an easy route to Sophia Loren in "Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon", I don't really see that the film is groundbreaking (haha) or otherwise merits the attention of a fortnightly berth.
P.S. "What a terrific...ah...piece of stemware!"
- Sup man,
I love your blog and I've been reading it for a long time. I saw this on Aintitcoolnews.com and I thought you might be interested in posting it or something. Check it out:
Of course, this might not be in the final movie and could be just a rumor. But it would be awesome if a scene of a Shehulk makes it into the final movie. Take it easy.
- ...briefly, because she is subjected to too much gamma radiation and dies shortly afterwards. she is like the "prototype" to the real hulk. however, this could be good. imagine it: some mundane female lab assistant going from a 36B to 38DD in a startling hulk "transformation" scene. it will have film geeks going wild! anyway, love your site and hope your readers will enjoy this tidbit.
Sounds like our kind of thing! Thanks, Prime!
A CUTE NEW RENDER FROM YOURS TRULY, posted at Wreck Shop's site.
WAKE UP LITTLE SUSIE - PART 1--A nicely written story by "Joe" at Diana the Valkyrie. It's one of those, "I hadn't seen her in years, and she got built!" stories, but very well done, and very credible.
A MUSCULAR STRIPPER RENDER, by TalonGE.
OH MY GOD. This is just...so incredibly funny I'm speechless.
THE POSER COMMUNITY IS ALL ABUZZ: It looks like Curious Labs is planning to release Poser 5 sometime in the next few months. I haven't seen the demo output that some people have, but the message board posters are using lots of superlatives. So I'll probably have to sink about $200 into the upgrade, and then I'll have to buy a new PC that can handle the upgrade. Sigh.
HYPNOTIZE YOUR WAY TO BIGGER BREASTS! Not kidding--right here.
DID YOU EVER HAVE ONE OF THOSE DAYS when you can't find any clean socks, and you can't find any dirty ones, either? I have no idea where they all went. So, anyway, for lack of socks I called in sick. This led me to the discovery of a movie called Free Money on Comedy Central--I saw the last half hour. In some ways it's an awful film, but there's one character, named "The Swede", who kept me enthralled throughout. The actor--a huge fat blonde guy who looked like he belonged in Fargo--seemed to be doing a weird parody of the warden from Cool Hand Luke crossed with a parody of Marlon Brando. It was hilarious. So I looked the movie up on IMDB after if was done, and to my utter shock, The Swede was played by Marlon Brando HIMSELF. Good God. What a glorious train wreck of a movie!
I'm gonna have to see this one all the way through, at some point.
PRETTY NICE BE CARTOON from the BEARCHIVE.
A NICE FITNESS SITE, right here.
A READER WHO WISHES TO REMAIN ANONYMOUS sent this story, about a woman who beat up a bear.
OK, so there was one girl worth looking at on Dog Eat Dog.
A NUMBER OF PEOPLE have pointed out that Dog Eat Dog (on NBC at 9pm EST tonight) tends to have a lot of good-looking and athletic women. Tonight it's going to suck, but some weeks it's pretty good.
EMMANUELA PINTUS is really good-looking, but what makes her stand out are those gigantic arms. Here's her site, and here's a link Silent Chris posted on Fistman's board at DtV. That photo is from Unreal Muscle, and so is this one. Also, look at this photo from Andy's Galleries (be forewarned of annoying MIDI soundfile on page). I for one would really like to see some "before" shots of Ms. Pintus. Wouldn't it be sexy if she started out with scrawny little arms, and built those cannons from scratch?
A FUNNY ARTICLE FROM THE NEW YORK POST: I'm not native to NYC, so the first time I realized that in additional to being prostitutes, those "girls" were men, my jaw nearly bounced off the pavement. I can attest to the problems there--the corner of Greenwich and Christopher is crawling with transexual and cross-dressing black male hookers every time I walk by. I really don't understand why the NYPD doesn't put a stop to it.
BURGOS HAS BEEN LIGHT on the eBay stuff lately, but here are two recent Wonder Woman drawings..
A TRULY GREAT ARTICLE comparing the corporate book-keeping scandals to what the U.S. Government does on a regular basis.
A NICE NEW RENDER: Right here.
THE UNLIKELY NAMED "SPARC 'VARK" WRITES
In answer to your question about the Japanese and listing blood types, it's a common belief (or superstition) in Japan that one's blood type determines one's personality. The following web site has a bit more information:
A close analog would be an American site listing someone's astrological sign. Hope this helps.
-Sparc 'Vark (Sagittarius and Type A)
A JAPANESE FEMALE BODYBUILDING PAGE called "Steel Butterflies". One thing that always strikes my curiosity is the presence of "blood type" in female stats on Japanese sites. What's the about? Why would anyone care about that?
THE LONG MARCH FOR MUSCLES, as described by a Chinese woman.
SUPERMAN VS. BATMAN -- Seems a little thin for a full-length feature film.
THIS GUY is my hero.
DISAPPOINTMENT IN THE NON SEQUITUR COVER SONGS DEPARTMENT: For the life of me I can't find a rock cover of "The Tennessee Waltz". What I would absolutely love to hear would be a Social Distortion punk cover of the song--they've done "Ring of Fire", after all, so it's not such an odd request.
AND ANOTHER ONE, right here.
A NICE 3D RENDERED IMAGE right here.
SEEN ON THE STREET: Portable outhouse company named "Call-A-Head". HA HA HA! Of potty jokes I never tire.
DO YOU REMEMBER THE JERK? I haven't put much effort into it just yet, but if this is the kind of thing that goes on, I sure hope I can reproduce without having to use a fertility clinic. The expression on the obstetrician's face must have been precious.
From The Jerk:
- Mother: Navin, it's your birthday, and it's time you knew. You're not our natural-born child.
Navin R. Johnson: I'm not? You mean I'm gonna STAY this color?
I FOUND ANOTHER GOOD CROSS-GENRE COVER SONG--The Peter Gabriel/Kate Bush duet "Don't Give Up" as rendered country-style by the unlikely duo of Willie Nelson and Sinead O'Connor. Funny stuff--and it's pretty good, too.
A PHOTO RETROSPECTIVE OF TED WILLIAMS, right here. One of the truly great things about baseball is that it is a game of statistics and records--when someone accomplishes something fantastic, that accomplishment is remembered for all time, a challenge for every other great player in generations to come. Ted Williams batted .406 (he hit the ball 40.6% of the time) one season--the last man to exceed .400.
QUICK BUST BREAST ENHANCING CAPSULES--OK, I'm sure this stuff is crap, but it's hilarious. What's unfortunate is that in their before/after page (composed of photos with the faces blocked off, so who knows if they're the same women) they include a 13-year-old girl. The last thing a girl (or a boy) just barely into the teenage years ought to be doing is consuming some strange hormonal concoction in the hope of accelerating development.
PUBLIC TOILET BLOWJOB CRUISER George Michael has rabbit cojones. "Shit or get off the pot," is, I believe, the appropriate idiom. He should release the damn single or disavow it--sitting on the fence might give him a nice feeling on his bottom, but it's not something a grown-up would do.
SO I WAS AT A BBQ TODAY, and was surprised to see that one of the other guests was a female bodybuilder. I'm not one of these guys who goes to shows or plays the schmoe, so my femuscle encounters tend to be of the ships-passing-in-the-night variety. I had friends there, too, and didn't want to blow my cover, so I had to play it cool. Luckily, she knew someone at my table and came over to talk. I'd say she was about 5'7", 145 or 150 pounds--large arms, probably 13.5" to 14.5", and very toned, with a gravid bulge in the lower bicep--pumped I'm sure she could exceed 15". The woman was extremely feminine--so much so that the dissonance between her extremely powerful-looking physique and her feminine voice and gestures was disturbing and exciting. When she spoke she had a lightly-accented, educated soprano, and she moved her hands and her head as if she weighed 110 pounds, not 150. She had a big smile virtually identical to the one I used to see on the captain of my high school's cheerleading squad. She was a cute girl whose personality seemed inconsistent with the muscular development of a high school quarterback. Really, really memorable.
MY ATTEMPT TO PROVOKE TEMUGEN WASN'T TERRIBLY SUCCESSFUL. I have such g_dd_mned reasonable readers. So much for vitriol and polemic:
- A common misconception amongst North Americans. Either that or I'm the exception to the norm :) I also play flanker in rugby and a forward in lacrosse, and I can tell you firsthand that soccer is much more grueling, and requires a lot more mental and physical fitness (if you're a truly hard-working player who never takes dives and plays up until the last whistle). Although I have to admit that Ronaldo's haircut is the stupidest one I've ever seen outside of Mathis's, he looks somewhat like a post-op lobotomy patient.
THE SPLENDID ICICLE: They froze Ted Williams' brain.
TEMUGEN WRITES AGAIN:
- Your very welcome for the much deserved compliments. The heat has let off here in Toronto as well, just in time for the Molson Indy. Just to clarify, I wasn't planning on taking the myostat stuff if that's what you thought. 23 years of soccer, sprinting and excellent genetics has made it so that I never even contemplate taking any supplements or hormone stuff. My interest is in seeing its effect on the much fairer sex, but only of course after its been proven to be hazard-free :)
Everything I've heard is that soccer turns you into a nancy boy. Look at the haircut on this guy--is he supposed to be a soccer player, or a backup singer for The Pet Shop Boys?
THE NBC NIGHTLY NEWS with that marble-mouthed pantywaist Tom Brokaw is going to run something next week on the benefits of weightlifting for women. I don't know which day, yet, but I saw a promo.
THE AWFUL HEATWAVE HAS BROKEN: I got up this morning and opened all my windows to let in the relatively cool air. Whew.
BRIAN WRITES AGAIN:
- Subject: hey!
MSN is my homepage. The quiz was on their front page! A better question would be why my homepage is MSN. =)
So I guess we can give him a pass this time.
THE NEW YORK TIMES ON IRAQI ATTACK PLAN: The National Guard becomes a more attractive option every day.
MATT DRUDGE SAYS THE CAMPAIGN FOR IRAQ IS ON, and we're gonna be hitting that motherf*cker from three sides. Yippee-ki-yay!
READER BRIAN FOUND A STRENGTH QUIZ at one of those annoying "women's sites". I still get a little annoyed about the much-heralded-but-somehow-never-materialized "niche portals" or "vertical portals"--referred to by some clever moron in the heady days of 1999 as "vortals". Anyway, these sites are usually vast wastelands of "Does this outfit make my butt look fat?" female insecurities, but Brian found a gem among the cow chips.
(We won't ask Brian what he was doing there.)
READER TEMUGEN WRITES:
- How's it going o Mighty one? From the heat wave we've had here in Toronto, I'm guessing it's probably pretty hot in New York as well. I remember reading some of your stuff after I joined DtV in early '96, and subsequently have immensely enjoyed all of your stories and incredible 3D artwork/movies. I program in openGL and can't even come close to animating things as well as you do, I guess it's time for me to bite the bullet and approach things from the applications end, eh? I was really happy to find your blogspot this past weekend, as I have found that the web seriously lacks in excellent quality 3D femmuscle. After going through all your weekly archives for the last few days, I thought I'd contribute this little tidbit of info to further the cause :) Maybe someday, this research will lead to the kind of rapid action muscle growth depicted in your stories and artwork. As it is, the BiotestEdge people still say that plenty of exercise is required and the process can take up to a year for maximum effect, but that's a lot faster than anything previously found, so there's hope!
Without further ado, here's the site:
Wait, young grasshopper.
And yes, here in New York it's been hotter than the Devil's back porch in August. I have been rushing from one air conditioned environment to another for a week.
GREEK FOOD AND LOTS OF SEX turn out to be good for you. Who knew?
OK, SO STEVE FOSSETT FINISHED HIS TRIP, but am I the only person who thinks he cheated? If you look at his course, he stayed in very high latitudes for the whole thing--traveling less than 20,000 miles, when the circumference of the Earth at the equator is more than 24,000 miles.
MY NEW FAVORITE PASTIME: An online game that's not very nice, but very cathartic.
I SAW TWO MUSCULAR WOMEN TODAY. Both bodybuilders, they were stripped down to very little in the way of clothing because of the oppressive heat in New York today. The first I saw this morning, and I initially thought she was simply a heavyset woman, but then noticed how erect she stood, and her bulging deltoids. The second was at lunch--she wasn't particularly massive, but had thick, vascular, bare arms which caught me by surprise.
LARA FLYNN BOYLE ON HER WEIGHT AND BREASTS, on the New York Post's Page Six.
JILLY MILLY PART 9 is now available at DtV-looking good!