You’ve seen them plenty of times in comic books, video games, and now, more than ever, they’re on billboards and the silver screen. Unsurprisingly, the fan community is going crazy over pairing super heroes and heroines with each other, and crossing universes to perfectly blend what they’d like to see in a couple as well as in bed. Who can blame them? With Avengers: Infinity Wars’ release in the cinema, communities are buzzing with activity. The heroines’ and heroes’ costumes might be covering quite a lot of their physique in modern films, but that doesn’t stop the movies themselves from having panoramic scenes where we get to the see the men and women working out, showering or dressing into their costume. These scenes help us see what’s underneath their costume, and better yet… to help us imagine just what they’d look like, and perhaps even act like, underneath the covers.
There are still those who go against the mold however, and take pride in sexualizing the main character’s body on screen. Remember the deliberate shots of Ryan Renolds in Deadpool, his skintight suit showing off his body in all the right places? Actually, how could we forget? Costumes made of skin-tight leather and latex have been a staple of comic book hero getups from the very beginning. One could even say that it’s the means to show as much of a body as possible without labelling it porn. To be fair, many times it hasn’t been far from it. Comic book panels have an abundance of drawings where heroes and heroines tense up in the middle of a fight and show off their physique to the extreme. If they’re men, the bulge between their legs and their rippling muscles are protruding through their uniforms like sculpted armour, and if they’re women, they twist their latexed bodies to show off curves and crevices that everyone can see, but not touch. And in the case of Wonder Woman – we’re getting both armour and feminine skirts to show off her enormous biceps and curvy thighs. It’s the best of two worlds. Sexier still is that with this practically painted-on armour, we can all see that no superhero has a chance of having underwear underneath their costumes.
It’s like they were designed with sex in mind! It’s the ultimate foreplay to see a hero and a villain in the same scene; to watch a leathered-up Batman groan his threats to a latexed and purring Catwoman, who pays his threats no mind because she knows that she is the one that has him wrapped around her finger. As viewers we don’t know if they’re going to punch the shit out of each other, or if one of them will finally take it one step further and fuck the living daylight out of their opponent. Every punch, kick, and groan of pain can easily be translated into one of pleasure if we will it. It’s as if they’re fighting a delicious tug-o-war before sex finally begins. Or at least, that’s what we’d like it to be. The build-up stops after the fight is won, and we are left hanging with an unresolved tension we’re all desperate to see in its final climax.
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So what can we do when the cinema and the comic books more often than not refuses to give us that final release? We have to take matters into our hands. Enter: our beloved 3D community. We can easily create visually pleasing images without being masters at 2D, and we can mod the costumes and poses of our favorite pairing to finally create the narrative we have waited for in the media we consume. And most often than not, that is exactly what we do. We create a continuance of the characters we love, and we keep the costumes they’re most well-known for. No matter if the looks of the 3D models change, and no matter if their voice changes — or doesn’t even exist — we always know who the characters are on our screen, and we can imagine ourselves what their thoughts and moans will be.
That is, as long as the clothes are correct. 3D is a lot like playing dress up and getting an outlet over the kinks you love, but even so, clothes are quite often far more important in the Superhero genre than in any other. Why? The answer is quite simple. Their costumes are so important to their character and we have to get it right in order to sell the idea of what superhero is being presented on screen. A maid can still be a maid even if they don’t wear a duster in their hand, but Green Lantern without his ring is no Green Lantern at all. A hot plus is that we can easily decide what kind of material their costume should have dependent on what turns us on the most. As long as the characteristics of the costume is there, making liquid latex into leather or pure silk is up to the creator themselves. With the help of lighting and shading, we can create that change in seconds and tweak it until we’re satisfied, and hope the viewers of our work will be as well. And yes, even though it might not be for me, I am sure there’s someone who loves a nice regular cotton.
What fascinates me with most people’s 3D art of superheroes is not only that their costumes often are staying on during the act of sex, but also that in many cases, only the essential of their human nature tends to be exposed during their acts of pleasure. It tells us of a narrative where the superhero goes out of their regular steadfast behaviour to something new and exciting. Because if we think about it, what else do they care for than saving the world? These characters show small glimpses of their own will, but it always has to come second to the threat at hand. They are pushed into having no emotions of their own, but when pushed into the act of sex they have to react. The hottest part of seeing their emotional guise fall is also seeing parts of their costume being unravelled to take in their partner. Even if it’s just an exposed and hardened dick between leathered armour or a bodysuit with exposed breasts or a wet cunt, it still shows them hastily ripping off parts of their disguise to take in the pleasure their partner (or partners) are so willing to give them.
So all being said, our heroes and heroines can hide their emotions behind their masks, but our 3D community knows that behind their layers of stunted emotions and suited up bodies, lies a human that wants to fuck like an animal, and we want to make sure they get all the release they need in order to save Gotham or Metropolis all over again.
And that, dear reader, is HOT.
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