Monday, May 28, 2012

6 Sunday Best #42: Xenos Love

"Love? That word is unknown here. I'm just looking for a female swollen with eggs who will accept my genetic material."  Incase a Loquacious female is not available I'm more than confident that SinSynn will do in a pinch.  Many of you simply turn your nose up at even the mere thought of eating sushi but not SinSynn.  He relishes in the strange and unknown.  He lurks on the fringe of society preying upon the weakness of mankind.  Similar not only to that of Doctor Zoidberg, SinSynn's lack of social skills, sexual orientation and last but not least his appearance, have a direct correlation to what some would call a Xenos fetish.  Strange and alien like in all aspects, this week's Sunday Best can be held in the same regard as both Doctor Zoidberg and SynSinn alike.  Each of them have dedicated their recent hobby efforts to one of the countless alien species in an attempt to find a suitable mate to accept their genetic material.

Xenos Fetish #1 - Brian Carlson Miniatures: Canoptek Spyders Finished
Brian Carlson may not be into slimy tentacles of an Octopus or the eight frills of Doctor Zoidberg but he is aroused by another creature that has eight appendages.  To be specific he is turned on by the Canoptek Spyders that found amongst the Xenos race known as the Necrons.  Testing the waters with his fetish Brian ensures he gets more than just his feet wet by sampling not one but three of these mechanical creatures.  You dog Brian, you dog.

Xenos Fetish #2 - Eldar Addict: Venom Mark I Retrofitted
EldarAddict embraces his addiction and wears it like badge of honour.  For him his poison of choice is BDSM (Bondage/Discipline & Sadism/Masochism).  Surrounding himself with sadistic dark warriors there is little doubt in my mind that he is master when it comes to painting.  His paint scheme is subtle but their is a definite bite to it that leaves you screaming in ecstasy.  It is his interpersonal relationship with model itself that is the most disturbing.  His ability to contort and bend the plastic into erotic positions leaves me screaming for more.

Xenos Fetish #3 - Rust and the City: Ork Pirate WIP with Zenithal Highlights
Without a doubt a-boot it, Cameron is living the farthest from the fringes of society with his love for fungus based life forms.  Truth be told I think he has highlight fetish that he can call his own.  The only  paraphilias that one could compare his deviancy to would be through a combination of apotemnophilia, enjoyment threw amputation, and mysophilia, arousal from decay.  Regardless of his sexual orientation Cameron has one hell of an imagination and is without a doubt a fierce but salty dog.

As the words of this trite and corny post I am left with "so many memories [of] so many strange fluids gushing out of patients' bodies.."  Doctor Zoidberg might have question why he had to be a crustacean in love but the real question should be why is SinSynn a man in love with cephalopod molluscs?  Regardless though we each are a deviant in our own ways.  The aforementioned bloggers clearly demonstrate a perversion for the hobby we all have come to love and are a role model for all Xenos lovers.  With these final words I am left wondering with "The frenzy [now being]...over. How am I going to get rid of my male jelly...? Woop woop woop woop!"

6 comments:

  1. I had a third entry that talked about BDSM but was asked by the blogger to remove it for personal reasons. It really added to the post and I wish that the blogger saw the humour in it. Meh to each their own. Glad you enjoyed it SinSynn.

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  2. did a little digging amongst the week that was and found yet another terrific dark eldar post by the EldarAddict. His conversion was top notch and so was his paint job.

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  3. Thanks for the shout out. I added finished pictures to my blog.

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  4. Great post. Thanks for the mention in your awesome blog. You are truly a hot panda.

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  5. Thanks to bloggers like yourselves, you make my post not only fun to write but easy to write. Keep up the killer work and thanks for the comments. Cheers!!!

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