Granamir sends his latest busty girl artwork from Mexico. The big-boob humor in his boob-toons needs no captions or speech balloons. They’re language and nationality-free and could be filmed as quickie TV skits. Thank you, Granamir, a man who loves bosomy babes and loves SCORE magazine and the SCORE Girls.
Fan artwork is always appreciated. Email your scans to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail them to SCORE Fan Art, 1629 NW 84 Ave, Miami, FL 33126.
He dreams of...
Off to see.
Catching a whopper.
Illustrator and SCORE fan Granamir sends his latest big-boobed art from Mexico. His work ranges from basic portraiture (Hitomi) to universally-understood big-boob humor that doesn’t need a caption or speech balloons. A girl’s huge tits rip through the newspaper she’s reading. A busty fisherwoman catches a busty mermaid. A busty artist gets too close to her canvas.
Send your fan artwork to the SCORELAND Blog by emailing your scans to email@example.com or mail them to SCORE Fan Art, 1629 NW 84 Ave, Miami, FL 33126. Thank you, Granamir.
Inspired by the spaghetti westerns of the '60s.
Red Riding Hood is no one to mess with.
Catch of the day.
This has never happened to a SCORE model.
You know her, you love her.
Inspired by SCORE and Voluptuous Girls and the masters of good girl art, artist Granamir sends his latest illustrations. No captions are needed to explain what’s happening. The punchlines are in the pictures. Humor and slapstick combine with huge-breasted girls in this toon world. His version of the bride of Frankenstein definitely got an upgrade.
Show your own fan artwork to SCORELAND Blog readers by emailing your scans to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail them to The SCORELAND BLOG, 1629 NW 84 Ave, Miami, FL 33126.
Rocket Girls #1 from October '05 SCORE magazine.
Running from October ’05 to July ’07, Otis Sweat’s Rocket Girls series alternated every other month in SCORE magazine with Duncan Gutteridge’s revived Fantasy SCORE series.
A follow-up in some ways to Duncan’s World War II-inspired Bomber Girls series, Rocket Girls was Dave’s concept.
Otis was the perfect artist for Rocket Girls. He understands the appeal of the sci-fi and fantasy art that paperback and comic book publishers commissioned during the 1930s, ’40s, ’50s and ’60s and brought his own matchless style to the genre. He perfectly captured the warp-drive energy and point-of-impact power of these super-stacked, super-shapely space queens in their skin-tight suits.
I’ve always been a fan of sci-fi, fantasy and horror cover art and the masters of this kind of good-girl art such as Wally Wood, Alex Raymond and Al Williamson, so I enjoy the look and style of Rocket Girls. On TV, there was Wilma Deering played by Erin Gray on Buck Rogers, the several-dozen space hotties Captain Kirk was always hugging on Star Trek, the purple-wigged moon babes from the British series UFO and Marta Kristen from Lost In Space. In the movies, Caroline Munro in Star Crash. Princess Leia from Star Wars? Not shapely enough to fit the bill, in my opinion.
I would love to see Otis bring his artistic genius to the barbarian girls that artists Frank Frazetta and Boris Vallejo became famous for. Maybe one day.
A limited edition series, 12 Rocket Girls paintings are archived in the “Art Gallery” section of SCORELAND. Each painting is available in two sizes, 800×600 and 1600×1200.
And I’ll tell you why.
This fantasmagorical rendition of Venera and Merilyn Sakova is the work of long-time SCORE fan, busty model supporter and talented artist Matt Mendoza.
Matt’s as dedicated and motivated a buxom gal artist as H.D., Pauly, Delmo and a list of others Team SCORE has been fortunate to have attracted over the years. But when I looked at the picture, the thought occurred to me that this imaginary teaming of Venera and Merilyn would inspire people to write and ask us to make it a reality rather than looking at this illustrated mirage on its own merit.
So I wasn’t sure about going there.
That’s because the logistics of putting together a team-up of Venera and Merilyn for a SCORE shoot would be very complicated, despite the fact that when it comes to bringing together models from all over the world, nobody does it better than SCORE. In point of actual fact, nobody does it at all, period.
Case in point: Big-Boob Finishing School, Busty Riding Academy, Big-Boob Paradise and the Boob Cruises.
So I put the picture to the side for a while.
The other night at home, I thought about it again, and I finally realized that while paintings like the Dream SCORE series by Otis Sweat did inspire some readers to ask us to make those scenes a reality and others to object to their favorite solo models depicted doing even imagined XXX, in the end, I shouldn’t have worried. In the long run, it’s all about the art itself.
So here’s Mr. Mendoza’s transcendental teaming of two of the slimmest-n-stacked SCORE Babes to have never met in the flesh. At least not yet.
Thank you, Matt
Venera and Merilyn by Matt Mendoza