Friday, June 9, 2017

Fiction: fs01 Visual: fs's uniform

It's been a while since I drew anything.

A couple of days ago I drew a rendition of fs's uniform (version 3).  This isn't concrete as I'm sure people have their various mental images of it.  This is just what I had pictured in my own mind.

The locking harness is a bit different, mostly because it wasn't really going to show up very well from the front view and would need side/rear views to appear full.  My solution was to add a few more straps and make the locks visible in the front.  If things look a little bit huge and outrageous, I actually used models for these and matched the proportions and actually shrunk them a bit vs. how the actual items appeared.  I also chose the color scheme based more upon contrast and they are a little different than the original way that I imagined it.   Doesn't he look happy?


I did a modification just to show the gag and blindfold that attach to the head harness through some mythical locking mechanism that I never fully explain.  In my mind I had pictured something along the lines of the locks that you would find on a portfolio style briefcase that could be attached very easily but would require a key to remove.


6 comments:

  1. Very freaking awesome. Put him on a chain and take him for a walk.

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    1. Thank you, Lyall. She did that a few times in the story :)

      Take care.

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  2. I do believe there would never be a dull moment with fs around. And even though he looks sad we all know how much he really enjoys it.

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    1. Thank you, Misty. His enjoyment is rather complicated as I believe he likes the feelings without necessarily liking where they come from.

      I did have someone message me privately about this (someone who hasn't read the fiction) and they said they loved his expression because he "looks like he's given up resisting and just suffering in acceptance." Which... is about what I was going for. That made me quite happy.

      Take care.

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  3. Just returned from a week away - much needed - and imagine my delight on seeing your new artwork! It's been quite awhile since you've posted an "original" and it is a fascinating view of what you perceived in your fiction writing. Here's hoping you get a dose of that in your real life!

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    1. Thank you very much, Lady Grey.
      It is good to see you back and I hope you are well.

      Take care.

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