Δ 036 – Short-Tailed Boombox Catgirl

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This artwork is by Garuku on Pixiv, and may be seen on Pixiv in a 2539×2360 pixel size where the “2013 11.5 Garuku” signature is clearly visible. The title is ウサミミヘッドスピーカー which Google’s machine translation only partly manages to cope with, rendering it as “Usamimi head speaker”.

Danbooru has an artist page for Garuku listing an extraordinary number of social media and web presence locations, including a “home page” mostly in Japanese here.

Image provenance by Bacchus at ErosBlog.

Δ 077 – Say Hello To Blinky!

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The earliest post in this animation’s tumblr chain of attribution contains the tags “#Shizuku #Hunter x Hunter #HunterxHunter #HxH #gif”. The reference is to Hunter X Hunter, a Japanese manga series adapted into an anime television show. The girl in this animation is the character Shizuku, who has the power to summon a magical vacuum cleaner named Blinky who can suck up anything that is not alive or itself conjured. There are some screen caps of Shizuku and Blinky here, including this one:

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Original post here. Image provenance by Bacchus at ErosBlog.

Δ 074 – Follow Her Down

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This animation consists of frames from a 2010 music video for the song Follow Me Down by British “musical outfit” Unkle. The video is available on YouTube and the animation comes from the portion that begins at approximately 1m:40sec into the video:

According to this website the video was directed by Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jone and features model Liberty Ross. The video is also available on the Unkle website.

Original post here. Image provenance by Bacchus at ErosBlog.

Δ 073 – Brainwashing In Progress

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This animation consists of frames from the 1977 sexploitation movie Ilsa, The Tigress of Siberia. The scene is included in sets of stills at three different websites, although neither of two detailed summaries of the movie’s plot explains what specifically is happening (or to whom) in the scene with the wired-up girl (not Ilsa). Here is a larger still image of the scene:

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A probably-temporary copy of the movie dubbed in Spanish exists on YouTube, where the scene in question starts at about 52:15. Although it’s not entirely clear what’s going on, the scene appears to depict a sort of electronic brainwashing or mind-control project, that leaves its victim huddled in a barren cell while imagining that she is trapped in a tropical bog being bitten by snakes. Here’s another captured still of the brainwashing equipment in use:

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Original post here. Image provenance by Bacchus at ErosBlog.

Δ 072 – The Christmas Bride

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This striking image of the Bride of Frankenstein with her hair decorated with poinsettias and pine cones is called The Christmas Bride where it appears on artist Patrick Awa’s website. The artist writes:

It took me forever(I also upgraded my tablet from old Intuos 3 to Intuos 5 touch during this production which also caused a bit of struggle to figure out the proper settings), but it is finally done. This will be printed in Giclee and framed for upcoming Q Pop’s “Black Christmas” show.

“The Christmas Bride”
11 1/4 x 27 1/4 inches
Digital, Giclee Print on watercolor paper

Original post here. Image provenance by Bacchus at ErosBlog.

Δ 071 – Cave Girl, Serpent Undies

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According to this web page, the artwork above is by Robert Gibson Jones and it appeared on the cover of the September 1945 issue of Amazing Stories:

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The artist’s signature is partly visible lower right in the image. Robert Gibson Jones was a prolific pulp artist of the 1940s and 1950s. A bibliography of his many science fiction magazine covers and interior illustrations is here.

Original post here. Image provenance by Bacchus at ErosBlog.

Δ 070 – Skirt Failure

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The only discoverable appearances of this artwork on the internet are in the various tumblr appearances tracing back to its first posting on Tumblr by SimplySassy aka RetroGirly.

In style, it appears very likely to be a comic greeting card, dating perhaps from the 1970s and the era of the mini-skirt. But no signature is visible and the artist could not be discovered.

Original post here. Image provenance by Bacchus at ErosBlog.