Saturday, February 16, 2013

Valentine's Day II




It wouldn't be Valentine's Day without more Jill Valentine. This time teaming up with 'roid-monkey Chris Redfield. Fortunately she has just the solution for Chris' shriveled junk. It's 29 pics of Umbrella products providing a better world for everyone at www.mongo-bongo-art.com. And the set download is free for members for the next month (or thereabouts).

Holy mother of god. Finally finished and uploaded at 4am. And to think I was even trying to render more images yesterday. Entire time I'm sitting there thinking "Shit! I don't have time to make new pics!". Hours spent laying out the scene, hit Save - Poser crashes. Wasn't happy. But was probably for the best. Otherwise I'd still be postworking right now instead of blearily typing this out. I really am terrible at self-discipline and time management. I think it's one of the many reasons why I decided to do this porn thing instead of getting a real job.

So yeah, in any case Valentine's Day + new episodes of my favorite zombie soap-opera (The Walking Dead) is an instant recipe for Resident Evil. Don't know why it works that way. It just does. Law of Physics or something. I should probably type something else. Something brilliant, and epic, and insightful. Strangely nothing is springing to mind. Oh wait! Asteroids! It seems Bruce Willis and Ben Afleck saved us from another falling rock. Except for Russia. They got another air-burst meteor. Why do they always get them? First Tunguska, now this? Totally unfair. And notice that Bruce Willis' latest movie takes place in Russia. Coincidence? I think not.

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11 comments:

Tantacel said...

Are you indicating Bruce Willis control meteors? His ex wife was from Roswell too, so you might be onto something...

Dude, amazing set! Now if you could just get Alice, Jill and a load of tentacle beasts in the next Resi set, I may die and go to heaven (though after viewing the set, they might not let me in)

Will Zenn said...

You 3D art work is just solid, lights, poses, expressions, post work.... its so good..... really great stuff. I am a big fan of the image story stuff too, you never disappoint.

Z

Anonymous said...

love image 9! :) great work

Time W. said...

Another great set. What are you using for the genital/anal prop/figure?

Faro09 said...

Lol, Jill's face on the third image here is priceless! I guess "roid monkey" Chris is falling prey to the unfortunate side effects of constant steroid use. I'd love to see that face make it into other sets. Really happy to see Jill return for another set. Your work gets better and better and doesn't cease to amaze me. Great work!

krassomat said...

a romantic valentines set - heartwarming stuff :)
looks like she got hooked on umbrella cock.
and what better way for him to pay her back than this?

TheMadMonk said...

Damn it Mongo! Will you keep quiet about the damned meteors!!
We're using all that nice empty space in Mother Russia to get in some decent target practice; that way when the ICBM's (the Internet Content Bureau of Moderation) meets later this year it'll look like an act of god, though were not saying which god….

MongoBongo said...

@Tantacel - I imply nothing sir! I am merely commenting on the remarkable "coincidence". I can't say too much, otherwise they may come for me...

@ZenZen & Anon - Thnx!

@Time - Genitals are Arduino's WWG, and the anal is just morphs and postwork (though usually I just use a torus primitive prop). Though once LaliBits is released I'll probably use that.

@Faro - Probably won't see too much of that look. Chicks being bored out of their mind while having sex usually doesn't make for good sets. :-P

@Krasso - Indeed. She is Umbrella's biggest customer.

@MadMonk - I've said too much. I must relocate again. BUT THEY CANNOT SILENCE THE TRUTH!!11oneone

An Intelligent Mackinaw said...

See, I always thought self-discipline and time management were the cornerstones of being a pornographer

Dizzydills said...

Zomg that's incredible. The post work must of taken you weeks. Nicely done bro.

MongoBongo said...

@Mackinaw - Yeah, it's a common misconception. We are usually characterized as focused, "nose to the grindstone" types with a high work ethic and masterful control of both ourselves and our environment. Yet in reality we are a fairly sketchy bunch...

@Dizzy - Actually post work wasn't nearly that bad. The x-rays are just layered renders, and the drool is from Ron's Slime brushes.

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