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Hows it going folks? Now that we've gone through and highlighted all the powerhouses of other male stock artists out there to get the mental juices flowing, time to get a little audience participation going.
Though the shoot will not happen until it warms up a bit more out here and nature starts to get nice and green, probably the end of April or the beginning of May, we are planning a big co-op stock shoot with PirateLotus-Stock (https://www.deviantart.com/piratelotus-stock)! It's going to be great fun.
But, with so much lead time on the shoot, that means we have more than enough time to plumb the depths of your desires when it comes to setting up the scenarios.
Here's the parame
So, the stock community has grown and improved so much since I first started producing stock, and there are so many stockers whose stock I love.
These aren't them. The stockers featured here are the people whose stock is so good, that I hate them out of pure jealousy. They tend to be people with resources or abilities beyond the scope of my own, and much the same taste. I'm only featuring stockers that primarily produce male stock, because that's what Ari and I do. If I featured female stockers I envied as well, we'd be here all year.
The first that has to be mentioned, of course, is jademacalla (https://www.deviantart.com/jademacalla). I've hated him from day one, in a good