A while back I wrote about J. Scott Campbell, an artist that – among other things – .
I should probably also mention that they’re wearing very little clothing, and look like they probably know a thing or two about a thing or two, if you catch my drift. In fact, we’ve actually put together a number of artsy Disney related posts over the years.
Why? Simple; we do it for the fine art… for the beauty of th… hahaha, who am I kidding? We do it because they’re innocent Disney characters in dirty poses. Don’t try and bullshit me, I know exactly what you do with these pictures.
Tim Shumate’s Fine Art
This is where I’m supposed to gush about the art style, and talk about lighting, color, style, etc. But nah, I’m going to skip the bullshit this time. Suffice it to say the art style is pretty neat (just like pinup art, go figure!) and conveys these ladies in an adequately dirty way.
Oh, I forgot to mention, these aren’t actually Disney characters, *wink wink*. Arie… I mean, Siren, is just your run of the mill red headed, scantily clad mermaid woman.
I’m going to stop narrating now, because I’m sure you have little interest in a running commentary while you… appreciate the artwork. The interplay between light and shadow… the colors… the textures. All that stuff.
Okay, just one more, I promise! I’m sure something has happened to her petals. *sigh* sometimes I even disgust myself.
You know, I actually really wanted a tattoo when I was younger. I was frequently jotting down ideas, and dreaming up all the art I would plaster myself in. From what I remember liking at the time, it’s probably for the best that I never pulled the trigger.
In any case, if you’re interested in admiring more of Tim Shumate’s work, you can . In fact, he also sells prints, so feel free to buy some and hang them on your wall.