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Fairchild's Feet Stuck in Glue by storyteller1023 Fairchild's Feet Stuck in Glue by storyteller1023
This is definitely one of the most outrageous and oddly specific commission requests I've received in quite awhile! This is a request for Caitlin Fairchild (of Gen 13) to find her bare feet stuck in a glue trap, and nothing she can do seems to work in getting herself free.

I had no idea there was a fetish for this. Learn something new everyday!
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Name of the work: Fairchild's Feet Stuck in Glue.
Author: storyteller1023.
Type of stuck: sticky.
Format: Comic.
Color: Black inked

A 9 pannel page is some enterprise which I will take into consideration.

Vision: By being a request I would have to say it is a shared vision. Since there's no specification on the description about the envolment of the author in the creation of the piece, I will have to go with a shared vision, 50% author 50% requester.

Originality: This is a comic character and the situation is commonly used around the stuck community. However, finding poses, views and close-ups need some planning skills and time.

Technique: There are some draft lines visible, proportion issues which rest points to the work, but as I stated at the begining, this is not a simple drawing, but 9 small ones and that is complicated to concieve.

Impact: Color, it would be great if it was colored. It would hide the draft lines, give a better perspective and made enphasis on the stuck close-ups.

Overall: 3.5 stars. Good work, but can be improved.
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horaciosi Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2015  Student Digital Artist
I like the panel where she uses the solvent
storyteller1023 Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2015  Professional Writer
Yeah…unfortunately, the solvent didn't really work all that well.  Just the same, it was still a fun commission to work on.   Thanks for checking it out!
everage Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012
Commissioner must have been some werido. Why did you take it?
bobsmail1998 Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012
Everage, picture "Sakura and Tsunade glue peril" was suggested by you and photograph "Insoluble 15" was shot by you. Both of these have women stuck in glue so why are you calling whomever commissioned this work a weirdo? Many of the items posted on can be called weird.
everage Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012
You misunderstand I am the commissioner of this piece I was just wondering why he even took it he made so much fun
bobsmail1998 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2012
Oh. I seemed to have missed part of the story.
LiquidSpyder Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Cool pic!! @Everage, I get what you are saying but didnt think he was makin fun.
storyteller1023 Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012  Professional Writer
That's a fair question, and you know, it boils down to this. For the last fifteen years, I've unsuccessfully tried to break into the comic industry. I've self-published several books, and the most successful one only sold fifty copies. After all these years, I've come to the conclusion that I'm a better artist than your average person on the street, but that doesn't I'm talented enough to work professionally.

That said, I've made more money in the last six months of accepting commission work than I have in fifteen years of trying to sell my own comics, or trying to get paid work from a publisher. When extra spending money is concerned, as well as the compliment of someone wishing to pay me to illustrate for them, I try not to judge too much. I will absolutely not illustrate sexual content involving minors and animals, nor will I draw scenes glorifying sadistic, graphic torture and violence. I do have my limits. But a comic page involving a comic book characters' feet stuck in glue, while not my thing, seems rather harmless as fetishes go. Sorry you didn't like it, but the good news is that I have a commission in the works to draw a husband and wife in the costumes of Wesley and Buttercup from THE PRINCESS BRIDE. I figure that's warm and fuzzy enough to balance out my artistic karma, right?

Thanks for your comments, Everage! Have a great day!
BlueAgrona Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2013   Traditional Artist
Agreed!  I've made more money dong fetish type art than anything else I've been commissioned to do.  And this just seems to be straight up women in peril to me.  Nothing misogynistic or horrible. You did a good job on the comic. 
gluefetguy Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2012
awesome work........thanks for the effort.... and yes its this fet is there....
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