Sergey Razumov (a.k.a. Rserg2) is a 3-D computer-generated imagery (CGI) artist producing adult comics featuring giants, giantesses, and tiny people. His most popular comic is “Home Laboratory” and its sequel, and then “The Pet.” Potential customers can go to DeviantArt and sample hundreds of his rendered images. His comics can be purchased via Gumroad or by supporting him on Patreon. Fans can also follow Rserg2 on VKontakte (VK) for previews and the latest updates.
#1) Can you tell the readers a little about yourself?
I was born and live in Siberia. This is not a country, but a region of Russia. If you find Baikal on the map, then I will be nearby. I don’t have a pet bear, but I do have a very warm and fluffy cat, which is nice to wrap up in when it’s cold. My main job is to arrange holidays for children. That’s how I live. During the day, I make holidays for children, and in the evening, at the computer, I make holidays for adults.
#2) How did you first become interested in changing human heights?
This happened a long time ago (about 40 years ago). It was an unconscious infatuation. When I was 10 years old, I read Gulliver’s Travels and Alice in Wonderland. I became aware of my passion. And then there were videotapes and I got to know the movie “Kingsize”, “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids” and ” Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman” with Daryl Hannah.
#3) Who are a few of your favorite artists?
I don’t know much about art. I really like how Boris Vallejo depicts the human body. From GTSartists – Vivian. I am very sorry that she has left us.
#4) How would you describe your stories?
It’s very simple. Sex, violence, humiliation, and a little love. I make adult content. I don’t do things I don’t like. Everything that I have listed appears in my stories depending on my mood of inner calm at the time of creation. And since I make a comic book for some time, my mood changes and the plot changes.
#5) What software do you use to make comics?
In a way, I’m a parasite. I use ready-made programs and models (Daz Studio, poser). You can see from the work of people like me what kind of software they use. Identical models, hair, surroundings. When a new 3D model is released, the entire DeviantArt is filled with similar images. I envy creators who draw their comics for real (with a pencil, or on a tablet). They are really creators. I’m a puppeteer. Although I try to give my characters original faces (using ZBrush, photoshop). Sometimes I make my characters look like real people (it doesn’t always look like that).
#6) Are there any upcoming comics you would like to mention?
I’m finishing up a story about a couple’s adventures on an island. In this comic, I returned to the theme of strong, muscular women. I have a long list of stories, but now I want to try my hand at creating a game. I like experiments.
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