Archive for the ‘Artist Spotlight’ Category
If you are a fan of trap/femboy hentai then you are going to love Myogurt. His (her?) fun linework and vibrant colors are a thing of beauty. Next to Naver, he’s my favorite trap artist. I discovered Myogurt on Hentai Foundry the other night when I got home from vacation and was catching up on anything I missed during the week. Since I couldn’t decide which image to feature I figured I’d just turn it into an “Artist Spotlight” post. I figured no one would complain lol.
Like I said, if you’re into traps or femboys then you have to check out Myogurt, but if you like your futa/shemale a little more top heavy then you might not dig these pics so much. Even if you’re not a fan I hope you can still appreciate how beautiful his artwork is. Either way, this talented hentai artist deserves some recognition and I’m going to do everything in my power to see that he gets it.
First and foremost I want to give everyone a warning. JeffR makes a lot of violent hentai so if you go searching for his work, or follow the Gelbooru link I posted after the jump, just be aware of what you might find. I did not post any of those gory images in this feature so you can rest assured that when you hit the “read more” link you won’t be offended. Ok, on to the feature.
I’ve been sitting on this little “Artist Spotlight” for a while now. I had hoped to find out more info about the artist but I can’t seem to come up with anything besides tags on Tumblr and Gelbooru. I even see other people ask who JeffR is and what’s his official website, but no one seems to know. Aside from just posting hot pics on Futanari Obsession, I also pride myself on giving you all, my readers, as much information as I possibly can about an artist so you can go and look for more hentai by them on your own. With that in mind, I feel like I am short changing you here.
Obviously I decided to just move forward with the feature because fuck it, why not? JeffR’s art work is too amazing not to post. I can’t tell you how much time I’ve spent pouring over every little detail in each pic. Each piece is truly awe inspiring. Aside from the gore aspect, I would love to be able to draw like JeffR. I can’t imagine how much time he puts into each drawing but it’s definitely worth it. There’s no other hentai artist out there quite like JeffR and because of that he’s earned a special folder in the hard drive of my heart.
If you guys read MPL Toons you know I sometimes do an artist spotlight post where I feature multiple images and talk about why I like said artist. I also try to include interviews with the creator if I can track them down but sometimes it’s a pain in the butt. I’ve been meaning to do it for this site too but for some reason I keep forgetting. Maybe it’s because Futanari Obsession has the Phantom Futa to make it stand out but MPL Toons doesn’t so I subconsciously wanted to keep the idea exclusive to that site. But that’s stupid so here we are with the first Artist Spotlight feature on Futanari Obsession – Ink Asylum!
The picture of the futanari doctor (featured above) is the piece that originally caught my eye. I instantly fell in love with Ink Asylum’s cartoony style (that should come as no surprise to anyone that’s been reading my blogs). Once I started looking through his portfolio I knew I was going to feature him on the site but couldn’t decide which illustration I wanted to talk about – hence Ink Asylum’s Artist Spotlight feature.
I’m not usually a fan of futas fucking guys but with Ink Asylum’s style I dig it – In particular I love the piece titled “Gooey Reach-Around” (first pic after the jump). He also has a few futas fucking girls drawings but he definitely seems to gravitate to the former. The other piece that really did it for me was the futanari French maid one below. I just love the way she’s standing there and the dude’s on his knees just waiting to be blasted in the face. Good times!
If you’re a fan of very cartoony hentai styles and like your shemales to be sticking it to the guy then you’ll definitely get a kick out of Ink Asylum. Leave a comment below and let me know what you think of the new Artist Spotlight feature or Ink Asylum.