Dr. Random tickling art
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1) Do you want to tell us something about yourself and your art?

Hi, I’m Dr. Random. I’ve been drawing pretty much my whole life. To the point where I was sure I would make it a career. After high school, I studied at an animation college. So sure enough, art and animation have been my career since then.

Naturally, having the skills that I had, I applied them to create the kind of content I wanted to see online. And the rest is history.

Leggi tutto: Tickle Artists #6: Interview with Dr. Random

2) What techniques do you use to draw? Do you have a favorite artist that inspires you?

My animation and life drawing background obviously have helped me tremendously. I keep a certain level of realistic anatomy with a simplified cartoonish angle.

Before going into animation I was reading a lot of comics, and my biggest influence was an artist by the name of Joe Madureira. The guy still blows me away to this day.

3) How much was the passion for drawing born in you? And the one for the tickle?

I think we’re all born a little artistic. We start trying to draw here and there. Some of us just take it a step further as we grow older. So I was definitely born with it.

As for the tickling. I’m not sure on the science of how fetishes develop, but I can’t remember a time when it wasn’t an interest.

4) What are the tickling scenarios that you prefer to draw?

More often, when I do my own things, I like the more playful ones. Where everyone likes it. It mirrors how I like it in real life. When the lee seems to enjoy it as much as the ler.

Art by Dr. Random
Art by Dr. Random

5) What are the aspects of tickling that you intend to represent with your art? Example: the laughing, the wriggling, the relationship between tickler and ticklee?

Ah, I started answering a bit of this in the previous question. When all parties are enjoying themselves.

And I also want to show the intensity that tickling gives. When you’re tickled your body moves involuntarily. Your laughter isn’t like any other laugh. And even though it’s a static drawing, I hope people can feel the energy.

6) Online there are countless photos and videos of tickling sessions. In your opinion, what do illustrations offer more than images of real scenes?

Illustrations gives you a true sense of fantasy. Anybody, anywhere, in any scenario. If you can think of it, we as artists will do our best to make it a reality.

Yes, that’s actually Catwoman. Yes, that’s actually Ada Wong. I’m sure there are countless other factors, but I’m sure that’s a small part of it.

7) In your opinion, what makes tickling so interesting for fans of this phenomenon?

If you ask a million people you’ll probably get a million different reasons.

For me, at least, there’s a real sense of intimacy in tickling. There’s the touching and tactile sensation. The reactions that it gets from each poke and prod.

There is a sense of Dom/Sub relationship. They are at your mercy. Even the toughest of individuals can crumble at the slightest touch. Yet they’re laughing. And it’s constant contact.

Yep, there’s definitely something special about tickling.

Dr. Random tickling art
Art by Dr. Random

8) What are your works of which you are most proud?

That’s tough to say. It changes every year. Not only do I keep getting better, but then there’s a new drawing where I feel I’ve topped myself. So whatever I’m most proud of now will certainly be surpassed by next year.

Although, I am currently working on a new comic series that I’m looking forward to sharing with the rest of the world.

9) Do you have any particular artistic goals for the future?

I know it’s a long shot, but I do hope to make this a full-time job. We’re currently working on that as a long term goal. Will it happen? Who knows. But we’re at least going to put the time and effort into making it a reality.

10) Do you think AIs will end up enriching or impoverishing the art of tickling representations?

It depends how people choose to use it. I’m not saying it can’t be a valuable tool as a way to improve skills. But it can end up as a shortcut to undervalue, not only your own talents, but of other artists that have worked years to get where they are. A bit like using auto-tune to make you sound like a better singer, rather than learning how to sing.

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