The “slutty” remark was meant as sarcasm, first of all, because you’re calling me out on fictional characters. Sorry if my humor is too dry. :)
I don’t understand the “unreal” thing, other than to say they are not anatomically accurate, which I already addressed - do you create art? Do you know figure drawing in-and-out? I’d be glad to continue this conversation with someone that understands the process of learning how to fictionalize human anatomy and ‘illustrate’ more than reproduce reality.
The point at which my art goes from bad pinup art to you thinking its objectifying women is something I already addressed. Just because I’m not as good at depicting curves as others doesn’t mean I’m objectifying women.
Lastly, I won’t continue this conversation with anonymous. I have this own argument too often in my own head to do it on tumblr with myself as well.
Just for readers out there, here’s the first part of that question answered below. I will say though, no reason it should have been anonymous :)
I answer this question a lot, and the answer is always the same. I respect women and my ideal woman isnt the unrealistic women I draw. It is generally a failure on my part to hit the sweet spot between cute/sexy or curvy/cute and I miss a lot of times. I’m FAR from famous, I dont even cover my rent on art. I’m learning, and again, sometimes I miss. I hope this clears things up a bit. Sorry my depictions are a little slutty sometimes. I make fun of my lack of skill in this area a lot. But the important thing is I keep trying. Hopefully one day I master the pinup like guys like Elvgren, but until then, I’ll keep trying to make something that glorifies instead of objectifies.