As some of you may know, I was drawn into this business from my interest in “stripping naked” stories on the internet. Following characters like Jenny and Mindy the Exhibitionist, and of course Ann Berrybush. Before I started my first film project, I tried my hand at some light-hearted ENF fiction of my own. And right around the time I released the Babysitting Without a Net DVD, I was contacted by Jenna Burlinksi. I found her to be quite the inspiration, and went on to compose numerous stories over the years featuring her as the main character.
In 2010, I wrote a story called “Jenna goes Jogging”. It involves the character she developed, Timmy, her manipulative and dominating teenage neighbor. Recently, I was in contact with an artist to collaborate on a comic-style interpretation of this story.
Jay Jay works in the Kisekae program, which is like a doll-maker game, allowing to pose various figures on different backgrounds, and then add in speech bubbles or other creative effects. The style is somewhat reminiscent of anime, so it comes off as cute and funny at the same time. It might not be to everyone’s tastes, but I like it. You can find more of Jay Jay’s work on his DeviantArt page under the name ENKisekae.
What is really great is that while cartoonish, the depiction of Jenna is pretty accurate, with regard to her body-type and the way she wears her hair. As is the nature of this animation, the eyes can get exaggerated, but I still find the whole concept adorable.
I have pieced together the individual panels of the finished comic, and arranged as a slide show in video format. Each clip runs 7 seconds, which should be enough time to read the text and enjoy the visuals. Some scenes fade in and out. It’s not meant to be an over the top production, but something fun and entertaining. Watching from start to finish, the entire video would run 9 minutes, 19 seconds.
The file can be downloaded at the link below:
I would be interested to hear people’s thoughts, in general, if this is something you would like to see more of. Obviously, not to take away from my video productions. However, I enjoy sharing some of my previously written stories in a visual context. The benefit of cartoons and animation is that it is much easier to script outrageous locations, scenarios, and a diverse cast of characters.