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I am pleased to announce that the deviantART leg of the art archival project is now complete!  All dA-legal T.Catt artwork created from 1996 to present has been uploaded into its appropriate folder and arranged by year.  deviantART is now the official home of T.Catt on the internet!  Yaaaay!

Note that the "Best of T.Catt" folder has been deleted.  The Featured section now features what I believe to be the best pieces I've done over the years.  These are my absolute favorites, and I hope they're yours, too!

Any remaining art that I have not uploaded here, featuring mostly sexually explicit pieces or piece I'm otherwise not comfortable posting here, will eventually be posted to my Hentai Foundry page sometime in the next few months.  I'm in the process of moving to a new town home, so it may be a while before I get the time to tackle that leg of the project, so please bear with me.  In the meantime, I hope you'll enjoy all my work has to offer.  Please feel free to comment or send me messages.  I'm all about the chat.

Thanks, everyone, for 20 years of comerotica goodness!

-T.Catt
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An open letter to whatever douchebag reported my Kim Possible drawing to the deviantART authorities...

You are an unreasonable and ridiculous human being.  The fact that you recognized the character at all indicates that you're at least passably familiar with the cartoon series, so one might expect that you'd seen the two-part series finale titled, "Graduation, Parts 1-2."  Apparently, you did not, so let me educate you on what happens over the course of these episodes: Kim Possible FUCKING GRADUATES FROM HIGH SCHOOL.  Now, I'm not sure what backwards part of the world you live in, but around here, people tend to graduate high school at 18.  That means there's at least a distinct possibility that that character appeared in at least two canonical episodes of the show AS A LEGAL ADULT.

And that's just citing canon.  If you had any speck of an imagination, it may have occurred to you that, perhaps, I had depicted the character at a point AFTER the series had ended, when she was of legal age, thus that you might have been willing to give me the benefit of the doubt and not just assumed that I'm some sort of criminal pervert.  The fact of the matter is that the woman I drew, regardless of her name or costuming, was clearly an adult.  Being, myself, somewhat sensitive to the age of the character, I specifically went out of my way to depict her as a woman IN HER GODDAMN TWENTIES, and in the 15 years that picture has been on the Internet, not a single person has ever publicly questioned her age.  So, congratulations, you had my art banned because of something that was ENTIRELY IN YOUR HEAD.  What does that say about you, I wonder?

Sincerely,

T.Catt
And with the end of the winter holidays comes a return of my free-time (such as it is), which means I'm back into my Big Update project.  We should be moving pretty fast now that I've finally reached the point in my history where I wasn't drawing three or four pics a week.  We'll pick up with 2007 when I get the time again.  See you then!
I have now uploaded all dA-legal art from 2002.  I also noted that I hadn't uploaded anything into the Crossovers gallery at all, so I took care of that as well.  This update was particularly interesting as it involved several multi-artist projects, including the Amalgam series and the Topless Ten, that required me to think about artists I hadn't thought about in decades.  I wonder what happened to most of those guys...  Anybody out there from ABPEC, ECC, EAW, or CHCC still creating and posting art?  Drop a reply and say hello!  I'd love to hear from you again!

-T.Catt
A year that saw big chances in both the world and in my own personal work, 2001 was the beginning of my collaboration with colorists such as Miravi, Oni, and Infinite Colors, which would lead to the creation of CattHouse Studios.  It's 2001: An Art Odyssey!

-T.Catt
Looks like I'm going year-by-year now that I've hit the 2000's.  All pieces that I can legally post to dA that were created in 2000 are now online.  2000 marked a renewed interest in DC Comics, so DC characters dominated that year, whereas my interest in independent characters, such as the Image characters that dominated the 90's, pretty much disappeared, resulting in only a single entry to the Misc. gallery.  2000 also marked an interest in collaboration with digital colorists, such as Oni and a guy going by the internet monicker, "Infinite Colors."  Oni, of course, went on to be one of my regular colorists and was a founding member of CattHouse Studios, while my working relationship with IC didn't last much past 2001 or so.  I have no idea whatever happened to IC, but Oni is still around and still cranking out awesome work on a fairly regular basis.  You can see him here:

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Stay tuned for more old-school T.Catt in the coming weeks.

-T.Catt
Well, I'm officially through the 1990's now, having upload everything from 1996-1999 for Marvel, DC, and everything else (that is legal to post here).  Turns out, I didn't draw a lot of DC girls back in the day.  I was all about Marvel and Image then.  I didn't really start reading DC again until Cassandra Cain became Batgirl, so I guess that isn't all that surprising.  Anyway, the 90's are done.  Only 16 more years to go!

So. Much. Art.

-T.Catt
I have officially begun updating this page to include everything (yes, everything) that I have every drawn that dA will allow me to include.  This means a complete reconfiguration of the page and folder layouts.  The art will be divided up by category and displayed in order from latest to oldest (to the best of my recollection).  The "Best Of" folder will eventually be deleted and its content moved to the Featured folder.  This is happening because of the death of my website, ACK! The T.Catt Homepage, which previously archived all of my older art.  This represents a 20-year span of work, and each piece must be uploaded individually, so it will take quite a long time to get them all done, and I'm anticipating a slow process.  I'm starting with Marvel and have completed everything through 1999.  

Note that dA's ban on explicit imagery (which includes any depictions of genital contact, erections, and phallic sexual devices, not just explicit sex) prevents me from posting much of my (mostly early) work here.  As such, I will be using Hentai Foundry to archive my more explicit artwork.  Basically, this will be the home of my R-rated stuff, and HF will be the home of my X-rated stuff.  Between them, you should get a full accounting of my artistic career.

Now, however, it is time to take a break, so I'll see y'all next time around.  Enjoy the trip down memory lane!

-T.Catt
Thanks to everyone who remembered me on my birthday!  You are all, in a word, awesome.  Thank you!

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-T.Catt
Merry Christmas to all my fans!  Thanks for 17 years of awesome!  You all rock!

Your perverted friend,

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-T.Catt
Hey folks.  In case you missed it, I'm holding an ongoing art challenge over in my group, #SistersOfRapture.  In a nutshell, if you post a reply to the blog post on the group, I'll respond with a genre, race, and the goddess the character worships.  It's then up to you to design and illustrate that character, posting it to the Rapturous Fan Art gallery on the group.  There's no deadline or prize and it's not a contest, just a fun excuse to draw hot Sisters of Rapture.  What are the Sisters of Rapture?  To find out, check out my group or go right to the source and buy my SoR book for OGL 3.5 or the PFRPG: rpg.drivethrustuff.com/product…

I hope you'll join us!  See you there!

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-T.Catt
I now have all the artists I need to my current Sisters of Rapture project.  Thanks to everyone who submitted work for consideration.  There are two SoR projects on the schedule after this one, so when the time comes to start looking for artists for those, I'll let you know.

Thanks,

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-T.Catt
I am actively looking for artists interested in doing some art for the upcoming Sisters of Rapture: The Modern Path Edition, currently in production at Fantastic Gallery.  We're in the early art direction stages at this point, so we don't have a lot of details, but here's some of what the job will likely entail:

-Interior, full-color, 1/4- or 1/2-page illustrations, featuring mostly full scenes with backgrounds.
-Most, if not all art will feature female nudity, and some may feature light sexual situations.  Many will feature combat or scenes of warfare.  Many take place in various historical settings.
-Pay will range from $45-$75, depending on size, with full payment made upon completion.
-The deadline will likely be sometime around the end of September.
-Job is Work-For-Hire and will be contracted.  Detailed art notes will be provided.  Copyright of all work will go to Fantastic Gallery.
-Work will be published in Sisters of Rapture The Modern Path Edition, a Pathfinder RPG supplement, in both PDF and Print-On-Demand through DriveThruRPG rpg.drivethrustuff.com and RPGNow www.rpgnow.com.

We are looking mostly for professional-quality work, in any medium, although, at this point, we're more interested in traditional illustration (painting, drawing, digital) than 3D rendering (Poser, etc.  -Although there is some call for that sort of thing in this book, those avenues are already being explored).  Most drawings take place in the modern world and will require an ability to draw realistic firearms and other modern combat weapons, as well as modern clothing and costuming.  A few may specifically require the ability to render realistic architecture (there's drawings of specific, fictional buildings).

More information on the Sisters of Rapture can be found here: :iconsistersofrapture: and here: rpg.drivethrustuff.com/product… and here: www.arcane-marks.com/rapture.h… (although that last one is a tad out of date, mentioning only the 3.5 OGL edition).

If you are interested, please reply with a link to your dA page or website or send an email to tcatt@comcast.net.  Please feel free to share this with friends or artists you think may be interested.

Thanks!

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-T.Catt

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So, if you're a long-time fan you're probably wondering where my annual 4th of July Wonder Woman pic is.  After all, I've posted one almost every year since 1997 (including the two original USA Witchblade pics). Well, unfortunately, I didn't get one done this year.  I started a sketch about a week ago, and had some time set aside yesterday to finish it, but, unfortunately, an unexpected and dramatic event occurred that prevented me from completing it.  I do plan on trying to find some time for it at some point in the next week or so, but without the deadline of the 4th of July holiday pushing me to get it done, there's a good chance it will get back-burnered along with the rest of my personal projects.  I'm going to try, though, as I don't like leaving y'all hanging, I just can't guarantee anything at this point.  I'm not sure I like the sketch I've done anyway, so I may end up trashing it and starting over.  We'll see how it works out.

In the meantime, I do apologize for the delay.  I know I've missed the 4th in the past and had to post late, and I always hate doing it, but, honestly, this time it was very much NOT my fault.  I thank you for your patience and for sticking with me all these years.  Both old fans and new, I treasure you all.

Thanks and Happy Independence Day, America!

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T.Catt
There's a bunch of things about deviantART that drive me crazy...  Groups that will literally accept anything, the ridiculous amount of "artistic" photos of penises, the fact that I've yet to find a single drawing of Phoenix that correctly depicts her costume (that's a blog entry for another day)...  But there's one thing in particular that really makes me scratch my head in wonderment: watermarks, particularly the dA logo watermark some people feel the need to allow dA to slap into the middle of their artwork.

When I was studying art in college <sarcasm>(waaaaay back in the mid 90's!)</sarcasm>, I had a professor who refused to allow us to sign our work, claiming that such a graphic element, no matter how small, would always fundamentally alter the composition of the piece, ultimately ruing it, unless somehow integrated into it, which rarely happened and rarely worked.  Now, while I disagree with the notion that the artist's signature will always ruin the composition no matter how it's integrated (I suspect the real issue was a perception of vanity, not composition), I do agree that its inclusion does, indeed, alter the composition and must, therefore, be carefully considered.  This is true with any graphic element placed in or over a work of art.  Every stroke of the artists' brush, pencil or stylus must be carefully considered with an eye toward composition.

This is why it flabbergasts me to no end that any artist would voluntarily allow a giant gray logo and URL to be superimposed over their carefully constructed artwork.  I mean, I understand the mentality behind it, but I don't understand why anyone would be so paranoid about the imagined loss of their intellectual property that they would allow the utter ruination of their art in order to prevent so-called "art-theft," especially since nothing about the watermark actually allows you to maintain an intellectual hold over the image.  All it does is ruin the art so that no one will want to steal it for whatever nefarious purpose people steal art off the internet for, and advertise for deviantART when they do.  Unfortunately, it ruins it for everyone else, too.  Putting a giant, ugly dA watermark in the center of your artwork is like Leonardo Da Vinci covering the face of the Mona Lisa to prevent others from copying it.  It's just stupid.  It literally RUINS THE ART both aesthetically and compositionally, and makes me question the artist's dedication to his or her craft, not to mention the pride and confidence they have in themselves and their work.  What that watermark tells me is that you care more about protecting your "intellectual property" than you do about your art, and that, my friends, is simply LAME.

So please, my fellow artists, I implore you, think before you click that "add a watermark" button.  Is stopping art-theft and "protecting your name" really worth the utter ruination of your work?  If so, then perhaps you might want to consider NOT UPLOADING IT TO THE INTERNET IN THE FIRST PLACE.

Just sayin'.

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-T.Catt
The results are in and Kitty Pryde of the X-Men has come out on top of my poll to determine which character I'll give the EE-treatment to next!  Thanks to all who nominated and seconded characters and who voted for the winner.  Look for my new drawing to appear sometime in the next few weeks!

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-T.Catt
Does anyone know what the official name of the "Erotic Earth" fetish is?  You know, clothing design that reveals one's "private parts?"  Surely, it has a name.

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-T.Catt
I'm currently hosting two contests on the two groups I own.  The first is a second "Sister of Rapture Fanart Contest" on :iconsistersofrapture: with a print copy of Sisters of Rapture containing a sketch of your character by Yours Truly as the prize.  The rules for this contest can be found here: fav.me/d4sr0zb  This contest ends on April 13th.

The second contest is the new monthly Mini-Contest at :iconeroticearthproject: currently featuring "Star Wars Characters."  The prize for winning this contest is a T.Catt sketch card featuring your design, automatic entry of your design into the annual Erotic Earth Project and you get to pick next month's subject and winner!  The official rules for this contest can be found here: fav.me/d4t02jp  This contest ends on April 15th.

I hope you will consider joining in the fun!

Thanks,

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-T.Catt
The Erotic Earth Project 2012 is now underway at #EroticEarthProject!  Also, the poll for the 2011 Design of the Year is now up and active on PollDaddy!  This is the elimination round, so please go vote for your favorite TEN designs!  The final round will begin on Feb 7th.  polldaddy.com/poll/5868842/

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On a sadder note, I would like to take this moment to acknowledge the recent passing of popular "good girl" artist Al Rio :iconalrioart: and co-moderator of the fanboy podcast, "The Nerdy Show," nerdyshow.com/ TriForce Mike.  Although I knew neither of them personally, my life was touched by both men in some way and for that, I'm grateful.  I hope they both find peace and happiness in whatever life awaits them next.  Farewell, gentlemen.  You will be remembered.

-T.Catt
Hey friends and fans!  Guess what?  The Erotic Earth Project has officially made its debut on deviantART!  Yes, that's right, with the impending launch of the 2012 EEP, the official move from the e-groups of old to deviantART has been made and the EEP group site is now open and active and ready for membership!  If you're an artist that has participated in past EE Projects, you can post your previous work to the corresponding folder for that year's Project now.  If you are hoping to participate in this year's project, you need to join the group and then wait for February 1st when the FEATURED folder will open and the 2012 Project will officially be underway!  The project runs for the entire year, so you have until Feb 1st, 2013 to post your official entries.

If you, by some chance, have no idea what I'm talking about, head on over to my Gallery page or Favorites collections and check out the Erotic Earth folders contained therein or, check out the group itself.  It can be found here: eroticearthproject.deviantart.…

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Remember to read the FAQ before joining!  I hope to see you there!

-T.Catt
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