Illustration Throwback Thursday 47
One year ago - By Tom Richmond
In all the years I've done freelance illustration, this piece is the only one I ever asked to be credited under a pseudonym.
I did a fair amount of work for Penthouse magazine, back when there was a Penthouse Magazine, but never did anything “blue”. The art director called me up one day in about 2008 or so and wanted me to do the art for a humorous feature article, and possibly more art for future features. I immediately told him that if the art they wanted needed to include overt pornographic images I was not interested. He assured me they had a lot of features that would include no such...
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