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Artist // Hobbyist // Varied
  • Apr 6, 1966
  • United States
  • Deviant for 15 years
  • He / Him
Ninja Llama: Llamas are awesome! (696)
Fortune Cookie Cake: You will soon eat something delectable (10)
Heart: Love is in the air, someone is thinking of you! (3)
Quartz: It's a big honor to be awarded a Quartz badge! (6)
Gold Coin: Someone thinks you're golden! (1)
My Bio
Known as Niceman in certain circles. That reminds me... if you do a search for my art search under Niceman too as I'm so used to putting that in my tagline that I did it here on many pics in my gallery even though I'm going by NICELabs here.

Anyway, in the Real World I'm a farmboy nerd who enjoys CGI art (mainly work in Poser) when I'm not tending the baby calves on the farm or the classic 80s video game arcade I co-own with friends. My art is eclectic in genres ...pretty much whatever strikes my fancy. I'll do sci-fi, fantasy, modern, horror, just whatever idea pops into my head at the time. Usually though it involves nudity/adult themes. What can I say. I'm a lifelong fan of women and the female form :) If you know what Shokushu is, I'm THAT Niceman, though the Real World and other interests have kept me from being there for years.

Current Residence: the N.I.C.E. Labs facility just off shore of Shokushu Isle
Favourite genre of music: 80s but appreciate all kinds
Favourite style of art: appreciate many styles. Genres lean to Sci-fi and erotic
Operating System: Mac OSX
MP3 player of choice: iPad
Wallpaper of choice: of my own creation
Favourite cartoon character: Jonny Quest circa 1960
Personal Quote: "Integrity is doing the right thing, even if no one's looking"

Favourite Visual Artist
too many to count
Favourite Movies
Too many to count
Favourite TV Shows
Original Star Trek, Original Jonny Quest, Doctor Who, NCIS, BBC Nature Documentaries, Critical Role
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Steely Dan
Favourite Books
Armageddon 2419
Favourite Writers
Larry Niven, Philip Francis Nowlan, James P. Hogan
Favourite Games
video: Tron, Spy Hunter, Defender, Star Wars RPG: Traveller, D&D 5e
Favourite Gaming Platform
80s arcade machines
Tools of the Trade
Macintosh, Poser, Photoshop
Other Interests
Biking, Swimming, Cooking, Writing, 3D art, RPGs, music, movies, the female form, wand making, wizarding


I'm updating my policy on commissions. Up to this point I've been happy accepting payment for work after the work is done. By and large I've had no issues with the people who have commissioned me for art, but recently I had been hired by someone for a sizable amount of work. Then after quite a bit had been done and approved, they cancelled the commission without payment of the work I had done. They had not taken delivery of any images, but even so, my time and effort is valuable. Other commissioners, if you want to know to whom I'm referring, to protect your own efforts, feel free to message me.

Going forward, if it is our first time working together, I will require payment for work in advance. For larger commissions, half of the quoted price with the remainder to be paid upon completion. For those I have worked with before, nothing will change. We've earned each other's trust and I am happy to continue as before, being paid after the work is done and the images are ready for delivery. I prefer to trust people, so I'm sorry I have to do this. To anyone new wishing to hire my services, feel free to contact anyone I mention in my Commissions gallery. I let my actions speak for me, and they can tell you if I am worth paying up front better than I can. Thank you all.

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There has been a huge wave of AI generated art in the last few months. I'll be the first to say it does incredible things and I've seen some amazing results people have shared. I've tinkered with it myself on an image or two and I've been on the whole impressed by what these AI packages have been able to produce. The question... is what an AI creates, art? Of course it is. Art can be achieved by all manner of methods and media and this software is creating images that explore all manner of subjects, forms and expressions. The more apt question... if someone is using an AI to create art. Should they claim it as their own? No. In my mind, the AI software is the artist, not the person who gave it the parameters to use as a guide. In a very real sense, AI software fills the role of a Virtual Commission. Just like a client commissioning a human artist, they tell us what they want. They give us parameters and descriptions of what they'd like us to create. We may do a few
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Some recent repairs have dwindled my funds down to fumes so I'm open for immediate commissions. Generally $30 for portraits and scenes. More complex art is negotiable. If you're a fan of the Wizarding World, cosplay, or generally Pottering aro
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