Poser is a simple 3d modeling program for human figures and something of a pasttime for those with fetishes to make "digital art" for every horrible sexual idea anyone's ever had. Our friend Atomo from the forums has been sharing some art with us that he's found on different Poser forums and it's really quite thought-provoking in a "why would anyone ever make this" kind of way. Since there are probably studies that say art is good for your brain (where Weekend Web typically gets up in there and tears shit up) I thought a little art at the end of the article might be a nice change of pace that would make us all feel a little better. Without further ado, here's my new favorite graphic novel:
Absolutely titillating, now my brain feels great again! Come back next week for some more brilliant art from wacko Poser folks!
And thanks to my forum friends Odoth, Sombrerotron, enotnert, decoy octopus, Blurred, Space Dog, Annihilist, Deathwind, kknd_cf, SuperRoy, DJ Buttaflye, Edgar Screem, Marxux, Phineas Gage, snailrush, -Xenon-, Dazie, Peter Ugsly, Wheat Squid, King Friday, kazoogirl, SmokerKat, HateTheInternet, Lynn, and Atomo for being the lovely shining stars they are.
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