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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 3:33 am 
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The great Ernest Greene was kind enough to spare a few pages for yours truly in the next issue of Hustler's Taboo Illustrated, again. So, look for issue 36 for an exclusive interview. It should be in the works right now.


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Will you finally reveal your demographic information?

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(probably not, I'd still like to read it though)

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Are they still making those... :shock:

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 5:06 pm 
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All hail Ernest Greene! :D

I may have to find a copy of issue 36 just to what these Titans discussed.


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Unfortunately I don't live in America and can't find Taboo illustrated. I hope you will put a version here soon.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2012 12:13 pm 
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I got word that the release date is November 13th. It seems I announced it prematurely. :)


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 16, 2012 12:45 pm 
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Erenisch wrote:
I got word that the release date is November 13th. It seems I announced it prematurely. :)

Maybe some previews?


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 16, 2012 1:08 pm 
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MrGoodPecker wrote:
Erenisch wrote:
I got word that the release date is November 13th. It seems I announced it prematurely. :)

Maybe some previews?

I don't want to ruin the surprise.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 11:13 pm 
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I can't believe I just saw this thread. Thanks for all the kind words. Yes, Taboo Illustrated is still very much alive. In fact, it's the most popular magazine our company puts out. Hustler has a bigger circulation but T.I. sells out every issue. You literally cannot find a copy anywhere but ebay after they've been in release a couple of months.

Per our arrangements with DOF, we can't do an online version or sell outside the U.S. (though if you can get a copy you can order it from over here through our back issues ad, if the one you want is still available.

I'd like to thank E. again for an even more interesting and revealing interview than the first one. With the artist's permission, I'll be happy to post the text here. Most members have already seen the art that goes with it.

Happy to say that E is the only artist we've interviewed twice and I feel even then we just scratched the surface. I only wish we'd had the space for a much longer conversation.


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Oh, and BTW, E's personal info remains unrevealed. We talked about art and ideas, but deliberately avoided anything that might compromise confidentiality in any way.

The last thing I'd want to do is spoil an intriguing enigma.


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Yeeees! please post it here.

I have been waiting for that for a long time :D


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With the artist's permission, I'll be happy to post the text here. Most members have already seen the art that goes with it.
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Ah! no need for permission. Please do post it here. Also, as we have no word limit, you can post the unabridged version.

And thanks again for showing interest in my work (twice). It was a great great pleasure for me.


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Very happy to oblige. Here is the unedited version as a straight Q&A before I had to make any nips or tucks to fit it into the space available in the magazine:

Happy to oblige. Here's the unexpurgated version at full length with no nips or tucks to fit T.I.'s page limitations. It's in straight Q&A form without my intro, though I can put up the polished version if anyone wants to see that as well. Enjoy.

1. It's been quite a while since we spoke last. How long have you been doing BDSM comics as of this point?

Professionally, it's been about 6 years.

2. What do you see as the most important evolutions in your work?

I grew more confident with my art and storytelling. Now I do not refrain from going out of the classic boundaries of the genre, making stories more complex, adding more substance. I owe this confidence mostly to the generous positive feedback I get from the readers.

3. In the early days, the general set-up of a society in which women were automatically subject to enslavement at age 18 under an imaginary Compulsory Female Slavery Law of 2022 was fairly rudimentary. The environment is now much more complex and detailed. What do you see as the major developments you've used envision "The EC Universe" as we find it in your more recent comics?
Well, that is how evolution works, from simple to complex. But actually even when the social system seemed rudimentary to the initiated reader, the universe was complex and well-developed in my mind. I already had a pile of unpublished comics and sketches about it. When I started doing this for a living, I diluted it down a little. After Erenisch 101, I kept introducing my original ideas in this new series. I reinvented and changed a lot too, mostly because of legal reasons, but also I wised-up a little with age.


4. You've also developed multi-episode stories, such as that of the Stevenson family, in which all kinds of plot twists and unexpected developments occur. How do you develop these longer narratives, staring with a complete outline or letting them unfold as you go along?
I did not have a detailed outline for the Birthday Gift series, only a few ideas about the final destinations of some characters. I had the series finale in mind from the start, even before it was turned into a series. With every episode I introduced secondary characters and events to help my heroines reach their destination. For other series like Sluts in Training or Slave Fair, I plan episode by episode. There is no planned character development or discernible story arc, just a recurring theme. I write them as I go.


5. There are also now running characters who appear in multiple stories, some not directly connected, while others are just background players who just appear briefly. How do you choose which characters get the longer arcs?
You can say that most of the characters in secondary roles are actually auditioning for future comics. I create them as literary devices, but I grow fond of some of them in time. For example I gave Cindy (a secondary character in Birthday Gift) a comic of her own because I liked her. Another example is Michelle. Actually, I did not like her at all, and the readers were not so captivated by her when she was first introduced in "The Stables". She was even voted the least popular character in that comic in a poll in my forum. So I gave her a starring role in the Society just for the hell of it :)

6. Your readers clearly have favorite characters to whom they become strongly attached. Who are your favorites and why?
I try to create nuanced characters with discernible personalities in the hope that their plight becomes nuanced also. This I think attracts readers with varied tastes to different characters. Personally I'm partial to Maggie and Sherry, the two heroines of the Birthday Gift series. I have created them to fit my own tastes, so they are my favorites.

7. Particularly in the Birthday Gift series, your characters exhibit more complex emotional lives, whereas in the beginning there were just cruel masters and pitiful slaves. When do you think these more subtle dynamics began to emerge and why?
8. In the beginning, there seemed to be nothing much between male and female characters than ownership, but in your more recent stories, we see the evolution of affections and hostilities between individual masters and slaves. How did this change come about?
9. This is particularly evident in the later episodes of Birthday Gift, with Paul taking Sherry as his slave-wife and her growing attachment to him. How has romance come to figure as an element in your stories?
(These questions can be answered together)
There is a very "beneficial vicious circle" here. When characters become more realistic, I better visualize their feelings and reactions to their surroundings. When I do that, they become even more real for me. Furthermore, the girls with more screen time get more realistic and complex- so I know them better and care for them more, giving them more screen-time. I'm intrigued by them and want to explore their personalties, likes, dislikes, pet peeves, etc. I put my heroines in a very cruel world, and they need to stay sane and survive in it somehow. I wonder how they can cope. They have to have some hope, they must feel some kind of love. So they do, in often non-traditional forms.
In the beginning I was only interested in my female characters and left the males two-dimensional and simplistic. In my later stories male characters get more nuanced too, so I can have the chance to construct different relationship dynamics. They are still mostly cruel assholes, but now we have different types of assholes. I figured that my heroines should not be able to figure out the men so easily and act accordingly to save their skins. The men should be mysterious and keep the girls guessing. We can see the world through the female characters' eyes in these stories. We can hear women's thoughts, we can understand their feelings, but we should never completely understand what the male character is thinking or planning to do.



10. It's also grown more apparent that there are class differences even among slaves, and between slaves and free women. There's seems to be a certain snobbery between the slaves and the so-called bare-necks. Each seems to take some pride in not being the other. How did that come about?
It just feels natural to me. As soon as you adopt (or given) and identity, you are placed in a self/other dichotomy. No matter how much you resist, you eventually fall prey to the us versus them mentality. I'm sure a slavegirl in my fantasy world would fully rationalize her role and place and learn to take pride in her identity in a very short time. She would consequently start hating the freewomen too, forgetting all about the real enemy and the system of oppression.


11. We've also learned that female slavery isn't universally accepted. There are countries that don't allow it and active resistance, The Female Liberation Front, in Pussiana, where your stories are set. Are we likely to see more conflict between the existing system and those who oppose it in the future?
I have a number of stories with those themes waiting in my project folder, but I'm not sure if they will be done soon. Some planned Slavecop episodes will touch the issue. In the meantime, you can check out the stories posted at Erenisch Comics forum. There is a substantial amount of high-quality fan fiction there, a big portion of which is about the "resistance."


12. It's also obvious now that some of your female characters, both slave and free, wield at least a little power on their own, whether domestically as slaves, such as Maggie in the Stevenson household, and Holly Venger in The Hotel. Are we seeing the revelation of a separate caste system among slaves?
Sure. An efficient control mechanism should create the illusion that the controlled have some control themselves. The system ensures that the slaves and the freewomen are given some authority over stuff that have no real importance. A detailed hierarchy is created for women, but the woman at the top of it is just below the bottom man.


13. There are also hints of free women who know their status is certain to change trying to manipulate the circumstances of their enslavement by going through matchmaking agencies and so on. Is there a general growth of female initiative in the EC Universe overall, or is this mainly a change in your storytelling?
Women are rational beings in my universe too (insert eye roll), so they try to minimize pain and maximize freedom. If enslavement is inevitable, they would try their best to find better masters. Smarter and skilled ones would prolong their freedom and independence.

8. The world around the characters has also expanded, with more detailed social and political institutions and a much larger and more varied geography. Could you describe the EC Universe for us in a little more detail?
Once the basic parameters are in place, the universe expands without much effort. Mine is very similar to our universe, the only difference is that there is a legally defined, socially accepted gender hierarchy. Every institution is shaped according to this principle. If female slavery is the social norm and the basis of economy, there should be institutions to regulate and enforce it, side industries would form around it, and family structures, religion, politics, etc would be reshaped accordingly. You just need some kinky imagination.


9. The costumes in your newer work are much more elaborate and varied. Where do you get your inspiration for these looks, and what elements make them most entertaining to create? You've hinted you wouldn't mind designing a clothing line if someone wanted to invest in it. Were you just kidding or could that possibly become a reality?
I do not look to a specific source for inspiration. I do a lot of "research" online (i.e. look at porn) but other than that all I can say is I have a good eye for these things. I don't like drawing women completely naked unless the story demands it, and I prefer dressing up my girls in kinky ways. For the outfits I have a basic rule: If a woman needs to look sexy, all she has to do is put on something that makes her legs look longer, waist smaller, and boobs bigger. I know it is a challenge for the real world women, but my job is easy as a cartoon artist who can perform boob augmentation with a few pen strokes. Of course, what I create is often designed to be humiliating, not simply sexy.
I would not mind designing a clothing line of course. I can design anything from a shoe to a sports car, if I find a willing investor. Do you know any?


10. You told last time that physical bondage per se was not a major focus of your work, and it does seem a less important element lately. Though it's still very much in evidence in The Clinic and The Stables, but not so much in your domestic stories. Are we going to see fewer of your ingenious devices in the future, or will bondage remain an important part of your style going forward?
1 do not have anything against bondage. In fact I like it a lot. The problem is there's generally a choice between bondage and action in my stories, and I often chose action over bondage. In comics like Slave Fair, it is easier to incorporate bondage in the story because they do not follow a single character. You can watch a parade of hogtied slavegirls and the story would not be impeded. In others like the Clinic and the Stables, bondage can have a heavy presence on the background while the main character stroll around with only a pair of handcuffs. In my more character-oriented comics such as the Birthday Gift, most of the characters are trained enough so heavy restraint is needless after a point. They are submissive enough to kneel down and join their wrists at their backs at command.


11. We can also see a greater emphasis on intrigue and psychological manipulation as opposed to brute force in the creation of slave personalities. Is that a deliberate trend?
Everything is deliberate of course. I make these stories to entertain myself too, so I refrain from making the plots simplistic and straightforward. I like twists and turns in my books and movies. I like mind games, psychological traumas, cognitive dissonance, emotional dilemmas... So I try to put them in my stories, story permitting.


11. Though your style is still very bright and the inclusion of puns and contemporary cultural references gives it a certain playfulness, there seems to have been a darkening in some aspects of the stories themselves. There are more frequent references to slaves being executed or otherwise "put down" for various reasons, and a sense of real desperation among slaves who feel endangered. How did this element come to the fore?
I think an outsider would be in a better position to notice if such a tone change occurred. I fail to see that myself, mostly because my original vision had always been grittier than the actual comics published so far. It is possible that I stopped self-censoring gradually in time, letting out these references to darker elements more often. But they are generally throwaway references meant to enhance the ambiance in particular scenes, nothing more.


12. You now have a lively discussion forum of your own, http://www.erenischcomics.com/forum, and it's fascinating to see how deeply your fans have immersed themselves in your imaginary world – becoming fans of certain characters, making story suggestions, asking questions about very specific details of the alternative society you've created. Why do you think they identify so strongly with your fictional creations?
I am truly grateful for the sizable group of readers who keep supporting me on the forum. They are a smart and perceptive bunch, and they are not easily satisfied. That really keeps me in line. An open line of communication is very valuable for me, and not just because of the instant constructive feedback and often generous praise. Before I set up the forum, I was producing comics with the assumption that the reader did not expect much depth from a porn comic, and I was holding back a little. The forum helped me realize that there are a lot of brainy perverts out there, who are able and ready to appreciate subtle references to high culture and fancy literary tricks in their adult comics, so I felt the need to step up my game. The feedback gave me the confidence to make my stories more complex and unorthodox.
I guess the world I imagine fascinates people as much as it fascinates me because it provides a simple but efficient template for kinky fantasies. All kinds of "perverted" fantasies can be realized in such a world because it is expansive and complicated enough to accommodate a wide spectrum of tastes. I try to make the characters as real and diversified as possible to create an approximation of our complex world, but with an overturned morality. I find it inspiring myself as an artist, and I assume many people do too, for similar reasons.



13. We noted last time that you have more female fans than most BDSM artists, and your forum reflects that strongly. Some of your most prolific posters are women and a few have even made it into your comics as characters. If anything, women are more strongly attracted to your work than ever. Why so?
In the absence of a reliable a scientific study, I will have to take your word for it. Anecdotal evidence indicates that you are at least partially right, I do have an active female following. They are all intelligent and kinky, the perfect kind. Many are talented writers too. Some of the best fan stories posted at the forum are by female readers. I think it is the best form of flattery when somebody creates something that is inspired by your own creation, so I try to return the favor by inserting references to the prolific contributors in my comics. Why female fans like my stories, I can only guess. Women are more interested in emotional elements in the stories and I do like to keep that side strong in my work.


14. One thing that hasn't changed much are your male characters. Paul Stevenson and a few others have acquired some new dimensions, but as you put it your forum, "I occasionally feel the need to remind the reader that these guys are big jerks." None could really be described as sympathetic characters. Is this just a function of the system in which they live, or how you feel men would actually behave if such a system were real?

(I probably answered this question above)




15. You said last time that you wouldn't want to live in a world like the one you've invented, and didn't think most men really would either. More recently you've said in your forum that if you were stuck in such a society, you would join the FLF. Would it be correct to say that there's a feminist undercurrent to your stories?
One of my female readers also called me a feminist before and I found little evidence to the contrary, so it must be true. But seriously, yes, there is such a theme, however subtle and weak it may be. While I love my female characters, I don't particularly like my male characters. They are nasty people. In real life I'm an ardent proponent of social equality and non-violence, and I'd be appalled if such a world came into being.


16. You also told us that you "rarely feel the urge to do BDSM with my partners," finding it "sexier in imaginary forms." Still true?
Still true, but rarely does not mean never. I may not frequent kinky joints or purchase a lot of latex gear, but the dynamics inherent to my stories are always present in my private activities. I hugely appreciate the dominant-submissive relationship and its liberating effects, and I do enjoy the type of bondage that supports and enhances the experience.


17. Interestingly, your forum attracts a high percentage of BDSM players who are quite open about their personal preferences. Why do you suppose that is?
The internet is a wonderful thing. No matter how marginal you think your kink is, you can still find someone with a similar "deviance". My vision is not really that radical or unique, so it is not surprising that like-minded individuals find their way to our small community. I try my best to provide an open, democratic and respectful atmosphere in the forum, and the regulars of the board are equally welcoming and considerate. I think that this is why people feel at ease and share openly. I benefit a lot from the substantial and insightful discussions on BDSM and the philosophy behind it.


18. You've structured your backdrops in such detail, it's tempting to imagine a video game based on The EC Universe? Could that be a possible merchandising spin-off?
That has been on my mind since forever, and I'd welcome any serious opportunities to realize such a thing. I'm not computer-illiterate and I actually made a few rudimentary text-based games for my own enjoyment before, but I would not be able to produce a serious, marketable video game myself without financial and technical help.


19. One thing that remains a mystery, obviously by choice, is your own gender, though your forum avatar is female. You've never confirmed, despite repeated attempts to get you to do so, whether you're a man or a woman, and we don't expect you do answer that question here. But we do wonder why you've chosen to keep it a secret. How come?
It was not a conscious choice to create an air of mystery around my gender, initially. I just value my anonymity and did not want to give too many clues about my identity. It would be unwise to remove a few billion suspects from the list by letting people know my gender :). But now it turned into a little gimmick, and honestly I like the uncertainty myself. Actually my gender is irrelevant, because I can write and draw like a male or a female, depending on the story I'm going to tell.


20. So where does Erenisch go from here? What projects can we look forward to in the near future, and in what ways will they resemble or differ from your work so far?
I have hundreds of story ideas in my project folder and about 40 of them have basic plots ready. I keep posting the next 10 or so projects on my forum to keep the readers informed, but it is a dynamic list that gets updated whenever fresh inspiration strikes. The fantasy world I set my stories in will continue to expand and get even more elaborate. I have only dented the surface of this perverted universe and I feel that it has endless potential.

:sherry: Admin Edit - Not touching the post itself, just moved the thread to a relevant subforum.


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Thanks to both of you!

Any chance of posting the first interview? Or did I miss that one?


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Great interview.


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Yes a great interview- both the questions and answers say genius. Erenisch was a great find for me and he/she is definitely the best of all BDSM artists ever. No exaggeration. ;)


Spaz wrote:
Any chance of posting the first interview? Or did I miss that one?

The first one was also posted here before. Check out the topic list.


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Thanks to both Erenisch and Ernest Greene for sharing this interview with us. It is a fascinating read (just like the first one was)


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The first one was also posted here before. Check out the topic list.

Thanks....I HAD missed it!


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E heaps so much praise on us fans!

I don't feel worthy of it...


(he must be talking about Gatolica) :D

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Gat is certainly worthy of that praise. So far a bunch of us got in the canon somehow. Gat, me, Triona and Rufus "personally" got in. Dr White got a poster in, Rufus and me got characters in :D, and some other references also: shops in Slave Fair, hotel names, etc.
I probably forgot and maybe never noticed some other references.

btw - very good interview. Not surprising conclusion: E is a very smart and knowledgeable artist. ;)


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I am truly grateful for the sizable group of readers who keep supporting me on the forum. They are a smart and perceptive bunch, and they are not easily satisfied. That really keeps me in line. An open line of communication is very valuable for me, and not just because of the instant constructive feedback and often generous praise. Before I set up the forum, I was producing comics with the assumption that the reader did not expect much depth from a porn comic, and I was holding back a little. The forum helped me realize that there are a lot of brainy perverts out there, who are able and ready to appreciate subtle references to high culture and fancy literary tricks in their adult comics, so I felt the need to step up my game. The feedback gave me the confidence to make my stories more complex and unorthodox.


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The internet is a wonderful thing. No matter how marginal you think your kink is, you can still find someone with a similar "deviance". My vision is not really that radical or unique, so it is not surprising that like-minded individuals find their way to our small community. I try my best to provide an open, democratic and respectful atmosphere in the forum, and the regulars of the board are equally welcoming and considerate. I think that this is why people feel at ease and share openly. I benefit a lot from the substantial and insightful discussions on BDSM and the philosophy behind it.

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