Tuesday, September 7, 2010


This month's Q&A is with big boy artist, Chubtoons - artist of the blog, Big Boy Toons.
I'm a big fan of Chubs' cartoony style, his use of color, and I admire how he showcases more robust body types.
Chubs has some projects in the works, we can all look forward to, but in the meantime, see what he has to say about himself, art, and sex.


What are you doing when you're not drawing?

"Wishing I was drawing."

How old were you when you came out?

"22...Yeah, I know, old"

If you could have dinner with 3 dead people, who woul
d they be?
"I guess I'd like to dine with three of the sexiest men in Hollywood - John Candy, Tor Johnson, and Fatty Arbuckle."

Do you have any other talents outside of art?

"I'm told my cooking is quite good."

What single super power would you like to have?

"I wrote a short blog-story once about a character who could manifest holes in space. He could open one side of a hole in one spot and the other side of the hole in another spot. I called him 'The Sneak' because he could travel instantly to any place, steal anything, spy on anyone, or cut anything by simply closing a hole around it. He could alter the size of anything by making one side of a whole bigger or smaller and just pulling the it
em through the hole. I would love to have a truly cool power like that."

If you had to replace your talent with another one, what would it be?

"Computer skills - that way I could at least make money doing something I'm good at."

How would you like to die?
"With my hubbies with me."


What projects are you currently working on?
"Currently trying to find time to pencil issue one of Captain Fattastic. The script has been done for months."

I'm always gonna be a cheerleader for artist who's work represents the underdogs in the gay community. Is there any forethought into making chub characters or do they just come out that way?
"It's a matter of drawing what I find attractive. Chubs are indeed a sort of underdog, but they tend to take top billing in my imagination. I guess if there is any forethought , it is more subconscious. But I also have a soft (hard) spot for smaller, leaner, muscular types. What ever the body type, I like to make sure I incorporate as many different personalities and ethnicities as possible. I intend to celebrate *all* men."

Is there anything you don't like to draw?
"Not that I know of. I just tend to draw certain things more than others."

What is your favorite part about drawing?

"The moment when I draw something that I like and it clicks inside my brain; and I say to myself, 'Oh, fuck, yes!' Usually it will be unintentional or I'll be trying to do one thing and it ends up looking like something else. A lot of my inspiration comes from the drawing itself as I'm working on it."

What part of drawing do you like the least?

"Second guessing myself. Sometimes I destroy paper by erasing the same area 10 or 15 times."

Who were/are some of the biggest influences on your artistic style?

"Well, there's Disney...that's the biggest influence. I find that I draw heavily from stylized cartoons and comics. When I see something I like, I emulate it and then see how it fits into what I'm already doing. If it works - keep it. If it doesn't - let it go like a little animal in the wild."

Will you be making any appearances at any upcoming conventions?

" I wish...I'm hoping to make it to SDCC next year."


Top or Bottom:
"For the longest time, I was strictly Bottom. Then I decided I was missing out on too much fun. So now I strive to be versatile."

Fictional character you'd most like to fuck:
"Logan's Porky."

Does your dick have a name?

"Maybe I should have a contest to name it. I'll get back to you."

Favorite position:
"Don't know that I have a fav. I have a few I'll never try again..."

WHEN does size matter?
"When it's a man's heart."

How often do you beat off?
"I'll let you know in on a little secret: I don't like to wear clothes at home. So I often find my hands diddling myself at any given time."

How big is "Too Big?"
"I'll let you know as soon as I find it."

Thank you, Chubs! I love your work and it's been great getting to a lil' bout you.
I'm lookin forward to the first issue of Captain Fattastic!

Chubs gave some responses that triggered new questions and inspired some other things I'd like to add to the blog. So you can look forward to more about him in the future. Until then, you guys can and should check out Chubs' work on his blog, Big Boy Toons.

Till next time, folks!


  1. Thank you for the Q&A, Jezza.
    Big BEAR hugz to you!

  2. hubbies? Chubtoons has a harem?! O.O

    lol, cool interview. The "Size of a man's heart" answer gave me the fuzzies.