Hey guys! Chubby dudes with glasses and beards are so fine! That’s me Mortimer Pye. I’m also balding and got more than enough back hair for you and yer uncle to chew on. Sorry for being so forward. You see, when men get older we often loose our social graces around such things. Call it Bear, call it Bull, call it Daddy, call it GROSS!!! As long as it gets in yer craw bud! That’s what I’m here for. Chubby dudes with glasses and beards with glasses are so fine!
Smoke & Chains is a short smutty 2 panel comic I drew a few months ago. When I found a couple of these modern wood frames I knew I had to use them for something special, and nothing is more special than Gar’s dirty butt pounding away at his sub hole. Click here to purchase in the shop.
Me Ulck, and me want date with hot man meat soon. Me like to hunt foxes, pheasant, and wooly mammoth in Minneapolis park system. Me eat good! Me love warm Minnesota winters! Me horny for sex with modern gay man but don’t tell wife because Ulck in cave closet. Me like anal, oral and me TOP! But right Daddy could flip Ulck! If interested look for Ulck down by big river before fire rises in sky. Me will be carrying big spear!
The next line of products we are offering at the Urban Mountain Man Erotic Art Boutique are a fine selection of Nekkid Pixel Men. These 3.5 square digital prints are framed and matted in an black aluminum modern frame, ready to be hung or set on a flat surface. To start off the series we have three Bears available (sorry no Goldielocks) but keep watching this site because there are more Nekkid Pixel Men on the way. Collect them all!
Pencil and Paper in a thrift store frame: 30.00
Check Out the Shop for other sketches and erotic art for sale.
Sketching around and playing with character design and/or dick design.
This sureal but sexy collage illustration made one of the early posts here at Urban Mountain Man. This one of a kind ink and pen on a digital print is on sale at the shop, in a rustic thrift shop frame, for 50.00
Pencil on Paper in a wood thrift store frame: $40.00
While jogging through the thrift store today I found a copy of an old record by the band Steam. It contains the amazing soul-rock anthem “Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye” and a lot of other pseudo Motown diddies. Most importantly it’s got some very nice bathhouse images of the band on the front and back cover. What is it about moist young hippies with their sideburns and musky little mustaches that gets me all in kerfuffle? I dunno… I’m pretty sure the band regrets this album cover but I’m also pretty sure a lot of closeted boys in the early 70s were happy with the managements decision on this one.