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She likes it on top by MollyFootman She likes it on top by MollyFootman
Another of my Jungle Girl pictures.  I still haven't given her a name. Here she has nimbly avoided being grabbed by the big silverback whose territory she has inadvertently invaded.  He frantically tries to knock her off his back as her powerful thighs squeeze his neck compressing his carotid arteries.  As the blood supply to his brain diminishes he gets more clumsy and frantic.  She could run her jawbone knife through his eye and kill him outright, but she respects him and hopes this will be resolved without fatality.

If I do more of these pictures would you like to see her triumph?  Or do you long for her defeat?  Let me know what sort of thing you are interested in.  I don't promise to render what you tell me about, but you never know what might inspire teh Mollz! :giggle:

Not really intending this to be a series, but here is the first picture that inspired this one:Territorial dispute in the jungle by MollyFootman

Molly's art notes: Rendered in Poser Pro 2014 with the native Firefly rendering engine and tweaked in Photoshop afterward.  All the meshes and textures have been legally obtained and if you are wanting to know where to buy them for your Poser or Daz Studio library just ask and I'll point you to the vendors.

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GIRLWOW Featured By Owner May 17, 2014
Hi, Molly. I really like this series with your jungle girl fighting the gorilla. This is a good job, if you decide to continue on her, I hope the next will be just as beautiful.
My personal desire is to see she triumph at the end of a long struggle with the mighty opponent. More powerful and evil he is, the greater is the glory of victory! I see that she has the typical knife hero of the jungle, but, please, I would love to see she defeat the beast using only muscle strength of her stunning thighs! Um, yes, I really like the idea of ​​the girl warrior who wins thanks to his strength and agility, without weapons. I do not know, maybe she could drop to hand her knife and she could see herself lost, but after a moment's hesitation, retake courage and tighten the grip until she sees her opponent to the ground!

And she could have her attitude of victory? Hu-huh! ... For me it would be great to see she standing triumphantly on her opponent unconscious (or dead? 'Well, I leave this up to you ...). And then what? Here, she could meet your in true Tarzan-style, put her foot on the back large silver and yes, issue a great shout of victory, that resonates far, so that the jungle knows that she is victorious!
Here, a classic Burroughs story, though played by a girl-Tarzan. Here, all of this sounds interesting to you?   ;) (Wink) 
MollyFootman Featured By Owner May 21, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You are certainly not alone in your desire to see my girl triumph!  I really need to give her a name because she is popular and deserves more pictures.  I'll take all your ideas into consideration.  My own feeling is that she should eventually triumph over the gorilla and I'm fine if it is by her own strength and not by the use of a blade.  I'll probably post some more pictures over the next few weeks.

Thank you so much for your encouragement! :hug:
GIRLWOW Featured By Owner May 21, 2014
Thank you, Molly! I'm glad you consider my suggestions. And above all, I am happy to know that you like the idea of ​​her triumph over the beast ... and without weapons. So, among other things, you can open a number of possibilities; a knife could mortally wound the gorilla, but not necessarily the leg grab, unless the pressure is lethal. A weapon makes the fight more than one way, muscle strength maybe not, the enemy can be defeated without necessarily being killed. She would triumph anyway.

And then the idea of ​​a jungle girl who defeats a beast three times bigger than she is very exciting. the strength of the gorilla is higher but her skill win her over brute force and animal instinct. Oops, perhaps I have dwelt a bit. But I hope you appreciate these other my ideas. I can not wait to see your next artworks.   ;) (Wink)        
MollyFootman Featured By Owner May 22, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yes, I find it exciting too.  I am thinking that I might do 3 or 4 more pictures in that series to show how she eventually overcomes the silverback.  At present, though, I am working on the next page of my NightFall story.  So many good ideas and so little time.... ;)
GIRLWOW Featured By Owner May 22, 2014
No problem Molly. Get well all the time when you'll need it. The commitments first.
I will be patient, as it should.  :) (Smile)  

jerrie46 Featured By Owner May 13, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Fantastic Molly!:)
MollyFootman Featured By Owner May 14, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you, Jerrie!  I thought it came out pretty well and am very pleased that you took the time to comment! :hug:
jerrie46 Featured By Owner May 14, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I'm always on your page checking out your updates! great stuff Molly!:)
MollyFootman Featured By Owner May 14, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's very pleasing to me, Jerrie! :woohoo:
territeacher Featured By Owner May 11, 2014
I times of danger humour always shines through Jungle Girl said.
Oh do stop monkeying about Big Boy.
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