I usually draw what excites me, and what excites me is stuff that actually can happen and girls that actually could exist. I don't like superhuman strength (lifting cars, lifting a guy with one finger), enhanced photos of cute girls with unreal biceps. The idea that these things can't happen or don't exist, is a turn off or me.
Now you may say: wait a minute, the girls in your comics don't exist either! No woman looks like that. That's true and not true. It's certainly true that my women are ideals. You will be hard put to find a wonderfully cute, 6 feet five (or taller), ubermuscular, big-breasted and very strong woman in the real world, like the ones that populate Amazonias. However, each of their characteristics (how pretty, strong, tall, muscular, heavy...) they are is realistic in itself. It's mainly the combination that is not very realistic. But so in theory, these women could exist.
Sometimes my girls look really really tall - unrealistically so. But you have to remember two things: 1. there are women out there of 7 feet tall (they are just very rare; and of course usually they don't have muscles). And 2. the guys they are with are really really small (sometimes like just 5 feet one or something). So the contrast that you see is not unrealistic.
Look at Gillian and Robbie here for instance (from the Hot Summer series):
I imagine Gillian to be almost seven feet tall, while Robbie is a bit over five feet. And Gillian is in heels. Maybe these are not entirely the right measurements for these proportions (maybe Robbie should be a bit smaller than over five feet), but I think it's close enough. In any case, the contrast between the girls and the boys that you find in my comics does, more or less, exist. Just make the boys tiny enough and the girls big enough. See for instance this pic:
So the bottom line is: even though the situations and people in my comics may not exist or are extremely rare, they could exist in theory. And that's what excites me :)
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