NSFW Gamer’s Artist Spotlight – Bloodfart

NSFW Gamer’s Artist Spotlight – Bloodfart

If you’ve been reading my all-hentai blog, MPL Toons, or NSFW Gamer for a while then you know how much I love the artist known as Bloodfart. His artwork is stunning and the subjects of his drawings are right up my alley (I thought I was the only one that found Sheeva from Mortal Kombat sexy).

Needless to say, when Bloodfart hit me up telling me he was a fan of my site I had a little bit of a celebrity nerdgasm (of course I played it cool with my response hahaha).

Knowing all that, you can probably imagine my reaction when he sent me an exclusive Frost pic because he read my Girl of the Week post and knew I was a huge fan of the character. I jizzed myself.

But hey, you’re not here to read about me gushing all over the place, you’re here to look at hentai and see what Bloodfart has to say in the exclusive interview below. You know what to do, click on the link and get there after the jump!

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Pen Name: Bloodfart/Pantyhamster
Sex: Male
Location: U.S.A.
Website(s): Hentai Foundry ~ Lush Artists ~ Blogspot

NSFW Gamer: Please tell us a little about yourself.
Bloodfart: I’ve been drawing since I was 9. The cross-over to the hentai realm came a few years after highschool, when I started posting art on the web. Naturally the web can have that effect on you. I’ve always loved drawing women. And well, that’s why I do what I do. I’ve had no special training. The process has always been a learning one. As far as being a part of the adult bracket, I started in a little before hentai-foundry was created. Then when that site came about, I went into it full swing.

Who are your favorite artists?
Kenichi Sonoda (Gunsmith Cats) Travis Charest, Adam Warren

How would you describe your style?
Traditional western comic style. I’ve dabbled with manga (waponese) style, but I’m not overly good at it.

Are your illustrations 100% digital or do you use traditional techniques as well?
I played with 100% digital back in 2009, it has it’s perks but I prefer to start everything on a sketchpad. My color is digital though.

When working on a commissioned piece do you find it hard to work within a genre you are not personally interested in?
If the commission is based off of an established character, and there’s good reference available… it’s doable. Doing something solely off of a description is far more difficult. As for genre I haven’t had an issue, I like sci-fi and fantasy.

Do you work when you are inspired or do you have a set schedule?
Both, now that I setup these books between my friends, I set small goals for myself. I lay the book out, and try to get x amount done each month. Naturally though, doing stuff when inspired to do it is far more fun.

Who is your favorite character to draw?
Well, I’d have to have to say Sheeva. But I do many many a lady.

Are there any characters that you want to draw but haven’t had a chance to yet?
There’s a few. I’m a huge fan of the Avatar (The Last Airbender). But I don’t tango with under-aged material. So I’d either keep it clean, or do adult versions of said characters.

What advice would you give aspiring hentai artists?
Study anatomy, it’s your friend. And draw what you want. Don’t go by popularity. More often then not I hear new artists that just crave attention. Do the work, have fun, and if all goes well, the attention will come to you.

List your top 3 favorite movies:
Aliens, Terminator 2, and The Crow

List your top 3 favorite video games:
Enemy Zero, Panzer Dragoon Zwei, X-Men 2: Clone Wars

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8 Responses to “NSFW Gamer’s Artist Spotlight – Bloodfart”

  1. FilthyPerv says:

    How can you like Zwei more than Saga? Madness!

    And what’s with the name? straight up Ewwies!

  2. Noah says:

    I’m even more of a Bloodfart fan now. One of my absolute favorite Genesis games is X-Men 2 along with Comic Zone. And T2 is my favorite movie. Aliens and The Crow are right up there too. What about Robocop though? Awesome shit.

  3. yaz says:

    this interview is fuckin awesome!!! bloodfart has always been one favourite artists :D…and he has good taste in games also <3…x-men was one of my favourite games on sega also…besides mk2…streets of rage…aliens storm and golden axe :D…both zwei and saga were both very good games…though i liked how zwei seem to be more action…question how can someone complain about name of someone…if theirs is much worse?

  4. Bloodfart says:

    @FilthyPerv. Well I only listed the top 3. And picking favorites is tough, didn’t get Ico or Shadow of the Colossus on there either.

    As for the name, it’s a joke. The name was created because when I was on HF at the time, there was a mod there, that was a royal dick. So I wasn’t all too keen on the place, at the time.

    @Noah, Comix Zone, though brilliant…. was ridiculously hard. Each thug took a 15 hit combo to drop.

    As for Robocop, it’s fun, but I’d put it in the good cheese category. That said, when it comes to good 80’s cheese, in the action category, Big Trouble in Little China would be tops for me.

    @Yaz, Thanks for thee kind words. Yeah I’m waiting for a team like Rocksteady to pick up the X-Men. We need an X-Men game of that caliber. Zwei for me, was the best of the Panzer shooters. Saga is a different beast. And don’t get me wrong, I love Saga too. Got the game, and the soundtrack, for both games.

    And yeah, the name is bad, but it was meant to be. Cause at the time I wasn’t keen on HF. Sadly you can’t change your name on HF, only way to do it, is to create a new account.

  5. glcorp says:

    Love your work man glad to see you get the spot light.

  6. DevilSugar says:

    Holy shit! That Hex pic is insanely original. Love it, probably best in the feature!

    Well, what would you name yourself now if you could change it?

  7. Bloodfart says:

    @DevilSugar – Late reply here, I’d go with my other adult handle – Pantyhamster. I went by that on a site called H-artists, and I go by that on Lush-Artists. Definitely tends to get a warmer reception.

  8. Noah says:

    Bloodfart makes such a bolder statement though. Pantyhamster is quite hilarious though.

    Comix Zone is hard, yeah, but at the time I hadn’t played a side-scroller that had a combat system that was as deep as Comix’s was. It was almost fighting game deep in a way. I loved it and always had to try and beat it. The more I played the better I got, of course, but beating it was also slightly dependent on what the ‘?’ Items gave you, which did kind of suck. And yeah, the enemies would take awhile to defeat, but it that was the brilliance of it. See, it wasn’t like a Golden Axe or Final Fight (two other favs) where you just fought waves of goons. In Comix Zone the fights were really 1-on-1, or even 2-on-1, brawls that made you think and learn how the enemy fought and learn how to approach each situation. It was very well made. And the soundtrack was amazing! I enjoyed the ingame songs so much that as a, what 12 or 13 year old at the time, I came up with titles for each track myself and wrote them down.

    Man, I should pop in the Sonic Sega Genesis Collection again, I want to play Comix Zone now.