Males in Art: The Intimate Companion

I called this one ‘Doiskuke’. Don’t ask me why. I know very little Japanese and I don’t even know if doishuke is a word. This is one of my first attempts at something resembling yaoi or bara. This is closer to the former than the latter though I do appreciate both and try to get a good number in the overall mix of the blog.
XOXO—TIC
Does anybody knows what ‘doishuke’ means, if anything? 

I called this one ‘Doiskuke’. Don’t ask me why. I know very little Japanese and I don’t even know if doishuke is a word. This is one of my first attempts at something resembling yaoi or bara. This is closer to the former than the latter though I do appreciate both and try to get a good number in the overall mix of the blog.

XOXO—TIC

Does anybody knows what ‘doishuke’ means, if anything? 

My latest endeavor.
XOXO—TIC

My latest endeavor.

XOXO—TIC

This is one of those free association things I sometimes do when I am drawing. It looks (to me) as though someone dropped acid. (Though, personally, I’ve never touched the stuff.) I did the charcoal sketch of the guy and then started playing around with different brushes—just for fun. (This was done in Corel Painter12.) I don’t think it is particularly exciting or well executed but thought I’d share anyway.
XOXO—TIC
Oh, yes! The name in the lower right corner “Technicolor Dreams” is what I call the piece in case anyone is wondering. Comments welcome as always.

This is one of those free association things I sometimes do when I am drawing. It looks (to me) as though someone dropped acid. (Though, personally, I’ve never touched the stuff.) I did the charcoal sketch of the guy and then started playing around with different brushes—just for fun. (This was done in Corel Painter12.) I don’t think it is particularly exciting or well executed but thought I’d share anyway.

XOXO—TIC

Oh, yes! The name in the lower right corner “Technicolor Dreams” is what I call the piece in case anyone is wondering. Comments welcome as always.