Escher Girls

Float like a butterfly, Sting like a WTF!?

This is a blog to archive and showcase the prevalence of certain ways women are depicted in illustrated pop media, specifically how women are posed, drawn, distorted, and/or sexualized out of context, often in ridiculous, impossible or disturbing ways that sacrifice storytelling.

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Pro-tip: When sketching from mannequins, make sure that all of the legs are attached to the body.
(Then again, maybe this is just a follow-up to this.  Who says comics lack continuity?)

Pro-tip: When sketching from mannequins, make sure that all of the legs are attached to the body.

(Then again, maybe this is just a follow-up to this.  Who says comics lack continuity?)

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    Is this a thing? Like, even if the body parts were contiguous, does someone want to see these women ass to ass? Okay, I...
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    Y’know, I saw this like an hour ago, it’s only coming back to it that I even noticed the other woman in the picture....
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