Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Sahib

Sahib was the only son of an apple merchant in Al Fatih, the large and peaceful city that stood within walking distance from King Fatih's palatial home in the sand-surrounded kingdom.

Even early in life, Sahib was always eager to make his parents proud.  He would run around the city doing odd jobs for spare change to help support his family.  He soon became known as Sahib the Swift, the boy who'd race across the entire kingdom to deliver a basket of freshly-cooked lamb before it became cold.

Not two days after his 20th birthday, Sahib noticed a contest put forth by King Fatih himself, offering a lifetime position as guard of the palace and a very generous salary.  Sahib -- full of confidence in his abilities and eager to prove himself worthy to not only his parents, but his king -- applied for the job.

For one month, men of various ages were pitted against one another in several feats of strength and resolve.  In several key contests, Sahib came out on top, amassing points and rising high in the ranks.  Man after man began dropping out of the competition when it became clear that they didn't stand a chance.  With only two weeks remaining, there were only three men left in the running.

Sahib, Amjad, and Kadar were placed in a hothouse, forced to endure scorching-hot temperatures in a sealed enclosure with burning coals surrounding them.  Sweat poured from their nude bodies, and their chests rose and fell rapidly as they struggled to engulf the precious little oxygen afforded them.

Amjad began to feel faint.  He felt as though he would soon pass out!  With fear that he would die in the hellish enclosure, the man struck the weakened emergency boards and broke through, instantly disqualifying himself.  A rush of fresh air entered the small room, reinvigorating the final two.  Kadar smirked at Sahib and licked his lips, eager to destroy this younger man and become the king's new guard.

"Surrender to me now and spare yourself the humiliation of defeat," Kadar grunted, running his hands down his massively-muscular pectorals.  The sweat that somehow remained upon his tanned skin watered the sandy ground below.

But Sahib didn't say a word.  He merely returned home and rested up for the next event.

Having accumulated 45 points of valor, Kadar was in the lead.  With only 40 points to his name, Sahib knew that he would have to win the upcoming challenge and force a tie-breaker or Kadar would take the prize!

When it was announced that the final event was a sprint, Sahib was elated.  Kadar knew of the younger stud's reputation as Sahib the Swift, but that wouldn't stop him.  He would crush this whelp and his dreams in the palm of his mighty hand!

But unfortunately for Kadar, Sahib's natural agility and stamina easily won him the race and evened the score!  King Fatih himself looked them both over and knew that either man would make a fine guard.  But there could only be one.

The tie-breaking event took place one hour later.  Both men were to lay opposite one another, faces to the opponent's groin, and try to coax the manhood before him to orgasm.  The last to cum would be declared stronger in resolve and emerge the winner of the contest.

Kadar and Sahib engulfed each other's flaccid shaft, trying desperately to make the other erect.  The heat of the lustful battle exciting them, both men became hard and throbbed furiously in each other's mouth.

Kadar's tongue slid quickly over every inch of Sahib's leaking erection.  He teased the slit incessantly in an attempt to cause the younger man to lose focus.

Sahib gasped and moaned at the voracious, erotic attacks Kadar placed him under.  Feeling himself dangerously-near climax, Sahib took a risk and grabbed hold of Kadar's leg.  He pulled that muscular thigh up and back and stuck his face between the spread buns of his foe!  As he ate at the hole of his rival, his hand shot back to Kadar's cock and began a quick and steady masturbation!

Kadar pulled his mouth from Sahib's cock and howled his orgasm into the hot, bright sunlight!  The rugged, older man's meat pulsated and shot its potent seed high into the air!  Afraid it was a trick to get him to stop, Sahib didn't let up.  His tongue continuously licked and lapped wildly at Kadar's puckering hole.

It was only when the witnesses around them cheered his name that Sahib stopped and let go.  The sight of Kadar's cock still shooting cum caused his own to burst, spurting the defeated stud right in the face!

Newly-appointed the new royal guard of Al Fatih, Sahib moved into his new home: the king's palace.  Kadar, ashamed by his failure, left the kingdom in the night, swearing revenge upon the cheater who cost him his grand opportunity.

Sahib would soon meet the black stud named Lusala and Prince Hassan.  The prince, he discovered, was only one year younger than himself.  Hassan took a liking to Sahib and requested that he, like Lusala, become his personal bodyguard.

Deeply honored by the request, he happily agreed.

Friday, July 26, 2013

Lusala

Lusala is one of two personal royal bodyguards of Prince Hassan, one of King Fatih's many sons.

Lusala was a young boy when his village was raided by a rival tribe.  Hidden from the raiders, Lusala watched helplessly as all of its people were whisked away into slavery.  Although the rival tribe set fire to the village, Lusala knew to wait until they'd all left before attempting his escape.

Homeless and alone, Lusala wandered north, away from his homeland in search of a new place to live.  The world and the people outside his village were unkind to a stray youth, but Lusala had learned survival techniques from his elders and was able to live in the wild.

One night, Lusala was hunting in the woods when the light of a campfire drew his attention.  His mouth salivated at the scents of smoked, salted meat that drifted on the wind.  He'd seen no men around, which would normally have concerned the young one, yet his growling stomach pushed those thoughts from his head.

Immediately spotted and surrounded, Lusala struggled for his life to escape the strange men with lighter, olive-colored skin.  Hunger soon took its toll on a weary Lusala and he was subdued.

But rather than kill him for his attempted theft, their leader, a man wearing extremely-valuable chains and rings of gold laughed as he approached.  This man was named Fatih, a wealthy Arabian king from a land across the northern sea.  The man took pity on the boy and fed him and offered him shelter from the dangers of the night.  Lusala, overwhelmed by such generosity and charmed by the foreigner's tales of conquest, pledged himself to serving this king.

Fatih's men laughed boisterously as the young boy shouted that he would stay by the king's side for all time and lay down his life for Fatih's kingdom.  But the bearded king merely smiled and handed Lusala a simple linen cloth with which to blanket himself in while he slept.

To this day, Lusala has remained with his king and proudly wears that very linen as his loincloth.

Thursday, July 25, 2013

One Thing After Another...

Hot on the heels of the weird Blogger/Picasa image quality degradation (which it turns out I'm actually not alone with), I'm suddenly experiencing an excruciating slowdown in my 3D studio.  It's gotten to the point where it takes about 10 minutes to load my current version of Hassan and one of his bodyguards in the palace.  And then when I go to save any little change to it, I have to wait another 5-10 minutes.  Absolutely crazy and unacceptable.

I have absolutely no idea why this is occurring.  I've been relatively lucky in that I haven't had any crushing problems with DAZ (a lot of other people seem to have some showstopping issues here and there).  I guess it's my turn now.  I'm forced now to backup my installed props, etc and do a clean reinstall of the studio.

My apologies for the delay.  Ugh.  Tuskar angry!

Update 1: Well, that was relatively painless, at least!  Things are loading an awful lot faster than before, the viewport is much smoother, and... it saved the palace work in progress scene in 10 seconds.  Excellent.  It seems as though it was something in the studio causing it, after all.  Tuskar happy!

Update 2: I am still experiencing the same crashes I was the other night when attempting to add the second bodyguard to the scene.  I've encountered such crashes before, and it's usually due to having too many vertices in the scene at the same time.  I'm likely going to have to get creative, as I've been forced to do before, in order to use this palace.  Tuskar still pretty happy.

Monday, July 22, 2013

Prince Hassan Version 3 Test

Hey, everyone!

I was playing around in the studio earlier tonight when I had a sudden itch to do a third update to my character, Prince Hassan.  I think I can blame Alex and his latest Route 69 story for this Arabian urging. *grins*

Prince Hassan was originally rendered with LuxRender, way back in early December of last year.  Outside of some work here and there, I've since not really bothered with Lux anymore.  It just takes far too long on my machine and it doesn't give me the saturation that I desire.

I'm thinking of making my next story about this studly desert-dwelling royal (whose original backstory can be found here).  This one would likely take me a while longer than some of my recent stories, as I have a few different locations in my head of where I would place Hassan.  Plus, I'd need the extra time to create the characters he would interact with and the locations themselves would need setting up...


But if it does end up taking me too long, I'll likely put it on hold periodically to work on shorter fights and the like to post in between.  I've done that before -- it totally helps break the feeling of being bogged down by one project.

Arrrgh.  I'm beginning to ramble.  That's my cue to get going!  Take it easy, guys.
-Lucky Stallion

P.S. -- That butt.  Damn, that butt...

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Slake

Description written by Slake's creator, SoupGoblin:

A hot-tempered demon with a belligerent attitude and who challenges any man who gets in his way. Those who lose to Slake suffer a humiliating bare-ass spanking from his powerful hand, before further finding themselves stuffed on his big blue cock. In addition to his brute strength, Slake also has limited control over the elements of ice and water.

Despite his rough nature, Slake is actually the son of the High King of All Oni himself. In ages past, however, he lead a rebellion against his mighty father and lost. As punishment, he suffered for 100 years under the king's hand before being banished from his homeland, left to wander for eternity among the weaker races.

But the stubborn prince refused to accept that defeat! Slake now searches for a way home. He is always on the lookout for allies who can help him, as well as strong warriors like himself who can give a good challenge before he helps himself to their hot holes. Slake's ultimate goal once he returns is to defeat his father and enslave him, thus showing him who's really boss in their kingdom!




Check out much more of this hot slab of demon muscle at SoupGoblin's Stash and FurAffinity sites!

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Olympian Knockout PDF

The illustrated story format of Olympian Knockout is a go!



Although I'm still unable to do an eBook with a 16 x 9 ratio, I've adjusted and fit the images within the 9 x 7 boundary without much problem.  To compensate for the change in ratio and to make things look nicer all around, I removed the speech bubbles and dialog.  The onomatopoeia and little actions are still there.

Also, the PDF's images are now 1400 x 1089, bigger and more crisp than the Tuskar comic's image resolution of 1000 x 778.  These images are even a bit larger than the ones posted here.

Extras and Updates:
  • Parts of the story and dialog have been remixed and enhanced compared to the version posted here.
  • 8 new post-fight renders have been created.
  • 1,224 words of extra story written as companion text for the new renders.

Specifications:
  • File size: 21 MB
  • Pages: 69 total (37 renders, 28 story text pages, and 4 pages for cover, credits, extras splash, and rear)
  • Language: English
  • File format: PDF (readable on computers and eReaders; more info here)
  • No annoying DRM; open on as many devices as you want

Thanks, everyone, for your support!  I put a lot of love and effort into making it great, so I hope that you enjoy this definitive version of Olympian Knockout!

Crazy Busy Happenings

Hi there, guys.  How're you all doing?

I just wanted to check in and let you guys know that I've been taking a small break since the Olympian Knockout story.  But during that time, I've also been busily converting it to an illustrated story PDF for sale at Lulu.  I'm just about done with that and should have all the details about it soon.  It'll be $4.99 USD (the same price as the Tuskar comic) and will have eight extra renders and 1,224 words of story to go with them.

I've also been a little busy working on a new graphic for a non-erotic site I sometimes do commission work for.  That's almost done, too.  After that, I'll get to work thinking up a new story idea for Barbaric Brawn.

Oh, and I've also opened up my very own Tumblr account the other night!  I figure I'll post random things that catch my interest there.  Probably not frequently, though.  My first passion is this blog here and you guys. *grin*

Have a good day and I'll see you soon,
-Lucky Stallion

Friday, July 5, 2013

Olympian Knockout

Hey there, everyone.  I wanted to finish up this new series, Olympian Knockout, before the weekend hit, and I made it -- without sacrificing quality, to boot!

It's been a while since I did a lengthy Hercules story.  In fact, my last series involving the big Greek stud was all the way back in August of last year!  Man, how time flies...  Well, I feel like I've come a long way since then and am able to give the demigod himself a bit better justice.

I wrote the text part of this story in conjunction with the renders, which is completely different to how I usually do it.  Normally, I'll render the imagery first, playing out the fights and scenes in my head (all the while writing bits and pieces here and there so I don't forget certain things) and then write the fully-fleshed out story after the renders are done.  I think doing it this way helped me to make a more robust text companion to the image half of the series.

Enjoy, you guys!  Here's Olympian Knockout.