Ménage à trois
Art by Sparrow
!G 11 2015 Koopa_Troopa Lakitu Mario_(series) Sparrow_(artist) koopa


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Partially inspired by a Seinfeld scene, I commissioned Sparrow to draw up this Koopa double penetration pic. =}
Uploader Ket-Ralus,
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Insanity1990: Why is this a heterosexual drawing? All of your commissioned art pieces are characters being homosexual in nature, why not this one?

Are you really telling me this Sparrow artist is such a close-minded bastard, he refused to draw gay artwork?

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Ket-Ralus: Sparrow presents himself as gay-friendly. However, he is selective of the content he draws, and he requires it to cater to his interests to some degree. That means having a female presence. He actually turned down a gay (male) commission idea I pitched to him before. So I asked him to draw another, old idea of mine that had two guys and one girl, and he went with it.

It's worth stating that I'm actually bisexual—or pansexual (whatever)—but I have a very strong preference for males and their genitalia. I've drawn females a few time in the past, and there's some other heterosexual art in my gallery.

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Insanity1990: @Ket-Ralus:

So sorry for the late reply. But anyway...

WHAT! How can he call imself ''gay-friendly'', but then turn your gay drawing request down?! The hypocritical fuck. Why did he turn down your original idea, did he say specifically he needed a female in there, otherwise he wouldn't do it?

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Ket-Ralus: @Insanity1990: No worries about your reply time. =}

"Gay-friendly" was my term, not his. I don't really know much about the guy, to be honest. It was just sort of an impression I got.

In response to my first idea (basically two large male monsters fucking), his exact words were: "Aha, yeah too basically gay for me man sorry. I’m all for the big fat D but without the feminine yang to it’s yin you’re better off looking elsewhere."

I'm sure he gets a lot of business so he can largely stay in his comfort zone. I don't necessarily have a problem with that. I do the same thing myself. I stopped doing commissions because my time is more valuable than the commission prices I was charging, and I didn't want to spend a bunch of my time working on pictures I wasn't all that interested in.