Show your own fan artwork to SCORELAND Blog readers by emailing your scans to email@example.com or mail them to The SCORELAND BLOG, 1629 NW 84 Ave, Miami, FL 33126.
SCORE friend Granamir is inspired by the busty art in SCORE and Voluptuous. He likes to inject a rich dose of bodacious comedy into his illustrations, like this 50-foot giantess taking over a gas station. “I like to include sexy, naughty and busty humor,” Granamir says.
This is my kinda stuff.
If you want to submit your own fan artwork to the SCORELAND Blog, feel free to email your scans to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted by Maria on Jan 15, 2013 in Behind the Scenes, Boob Bloopers, Confessions, Deep Inside Scoreland, Fan Art, Life With Big Tits, The Life of an Editor
Hi, boob lovers!
I told you guys last week that I had a big announcement and here it is…
The time has come for me to bow out and bid you all farewell.
I know, I know…I am sad about it, too.
After many, many years as your V-mag editor and a couple of years as one of your SCORELAND Blog editors, I am embarking on a new journey in marketing and hanging up my…uh…keyboard?
It was a tough decision to make, leaving behind all of the great people I work with here. I mean, I am sure that everyone thinks I will miss the tits and ass the most, (Of course I will miss it…) but what I really will miss is laughing and joking with the great folks here like Elliot and Dave and all the other staff that makes it happen everyday.
My journey started here in 2004 when I started working here as an archive clerk in our image library. Many years later, I sit at the helm of V-mag, and this editor gig is one of the best jobs I have ever had. Sure, the boobs are great. Yeah, being THISCLOSE to the models is fun. But really, I think the best part about V-mag is all the loyal fans and readers. You guys are great and I will think of you all often.
As I type this, I remember all of the amazing moments we have shared. Writing and then heading to Hungary to film Busty Riding Academy with Dave is a highlight for me. Writing Boob Science with Elliot is another. Interviewing Kelly Shibari and falling through the studio floor is a great one. Teaching Jenna Valentine how to make her boobs bounce is one of the best. lol
And all of the memories would not have been possible without all of you…the fans.
I would like to thank all of you for chatting with me via the Blog and Boobmail for so many years. I would also like to thank all the lovely models who participated in my blog videos. Kelly Shibari, Kaytee Carter, Jenna Valentine, Renee Ross, Melissa Manning, Siri, Marilyn Mayson and Molly Howard, Maserati…just to name a few. You ladies are not only beautiful but hilarious and great fun to be around. Truly.
Also…you have amazing tits. Thanks for shaking them in my direction for all these years.
And now, because I hate goodbyes, especially ones that are so sad, I want to leave you with a parting gift to remember me by.
A few years ago while filming K-JUGS, I was called in to do one of my first blog videos ever with Renee Ross. We were doing a segment with boxing gloves, and I happened to have my boxing gear with me. (I have boxed since I was a kid.) I wanted Renee to jump rope topless for me (and she tried really hard, bless her heart lol) so I could watch her boobs bounce. While this was happening, I actually offered to jump rope with her for a few moments and try and show her how to do it. The moment was captured by one of our video editors, Lester, and has never before been seen. (It ended up on the cutting room floor before K-JUGS was released.)
When I thought about what I would say here, at the end of our journey together, I wanted it to be memorable and poignant.
Then I thought, “Why not just show them the jumping rope footage?”
Personally, I think it’s quite funny and a great moment in SCORELAND studio history.
And I laugh the whole time. And that’s how I want you to remember me…laughing and having a great time with our models.
So, without further ado, I present to you my farewell…an opus about jumping rope.
Thank you for all the good times!
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Posted by Maria on Dec 27, 2012 in Fan Art
Today’s fan art comes from Tim Grayson, who chose to immortalize some of the bustiest SCORE babes of all time in color pencil.
His art and style are great and I was very impressed by his ability to capture these ladies in their prime.
However, and this is just my opinion, his drawing of Lisa Lipps looks a lot like Colt 45.
I mean, I thought it was Colt 45 until I read his description of these drawings.
And while it might be Lisa Lipps to him, to me, it’s Colt 45.
But hey…it’s art and it’s open to interpretation right?
Thanks for the submission Tim!
If you would like to submit your artwork to the SCORELAND Blog, please email us at email@example.com!
I have amassed quite the treasure trove of drawings by German artist H.D. and I am always amazed at the way he manages to capture a model’s body and tits.
Posted by Maria on Oct 11, 2012 in Fan Art
The other day, I received an email from an artist named Steve Rolfe from the UK. He is a big fan of V-mag and used our models as inspiration for his art installations, these 1.5-inch tall figures he makes. Steve said that once he makes them, he leaves his figures all over the streets of the UK for people to find.
He sent over some pics of his busty figurines standing with a miniature V-mag and I found them charming. I thought I would post them here for all the fans. If you are in the UK and find some of Steve’s busty babes about town, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Thanks for sharing these with us, Steve!
Posted by Maria on Oct 7, 2012 in Fan Art
Our friend from Germany, H.D., sent in a new round of fan art and I must say I am impressed. The man has a knack for capturing some of my favorite big titters in the best positions.
I especially enjoy the way he captures the ladies’ facial expressions every time.
Thanks for the artwork, H.D.!
If you would like to submit some art work for consideration, please email us at email@example.com!
Here is some more fan art from our German fan and friend, H.D.
It’s always amazing to see how he manages to capture these ladies in all of his sketches.
My favorite of this round of fan illustrations is Merilyn Sakova. A lot can be said about the way H.D. drew her splayed out on her knees. I am a fan of this pose because it shows off the model’s tits, legs and hips.
Thanks for the sketches, H.D. And remember, if you would like to submit your artwork to be featured on the SCORELAND blog, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted by Elliot James on Jun 23, 2012 in Fan Art
Charles W. sends us his take on the great Carol Brown, English V-mag legend and all-around nice lady. “Carol Brown is one of my Voluptuous favorites,” says Charles. He has some additional fan art illustrations this weekend in “Scorecard” at SCORELAND. Thank you, Charles! Keep up the good work.
I sent a copy to Carol, who wrote back, “The illustration is lovely! Please thank Charles for me. All is very good in England!”
Posted by Elliot James on May 9, 2012 in Deep Inside Scoreland, Fan Art, print magazines, The Life of an Editor
Glen S. sends us his artwork of three famed Voluptuous and SCORE Girls plus one model who only posed for three layouts–and only in photos, no videos–then became part of the passing parade of stacked girls.
Glen writes: “I’ve been meaning to give it in earlier, but I got sidetracked. These are a couple of images of some my favorite girls. I enjoy doing this artwork and I appreciate you showcasing other readers’ work as well. Always a pleasure to see. I like H.D.’s stuff from Germany. He’s got a nice, easy style.”
I didn’t think anyone remembered Tori well enough to create and send an illustration of her. No one has mentioned Tori in a decade. But she definitely made an impression on Glen over 10 years later.
Tori has great, pancake-sized areolae, and, at that time, a genuine girl-next-door look. She was living in Arizona in late 1998 when a SCORE Group contributing photographer met her.
I like the addition of the Union Jack in Nicole’s picture. Nicole’s a painter herself, and I think she’d appreciate Glen’s take.
Thank you, Glen!