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useless bum
23-01-09, 12:18 AM
Is there any site like Grease Tank? Such a shame that the dude closed it.

kitanaprincess
24-01-09, 03:00 AM
what was grease tank?

aaron
24-01-09, 05:24 AM
what was grease tank?


Sort of a Necro Tom of Finland Art site...Like these:

http://thumbnails16.imagebam.com/2451/fb04ad24509914.gif (http://www.imagebam.com/image/fb04ad24509914) http://thumbnails14.imagebam.com/2451/66ceff24509917.gif (http://www.imagebam.com/image/66ceff24509917) http://thumbnails9.imagebam.com/2451/ed82c024509918.gif (http://www.imagebam.com/image/ed82c024509918)

pinkfuck
28-01-09, 07:49 PM
i loved grease tank i would go to it when i was like 15 or some shit then it closed and i was sad but i want to see more sites like that.

useless bum
07-02-09, 02:12 AM
Sort of a Necro Tom of Finland Art site...Like these:

http://thumbnails16.imagebam.com/2451/fb04ad24509914.gif (http://www.imagebam.com/image/fb04ad24509914) http://thumbnails14.imagebam.com/2451/66ceff24509917.gif (http://www.imagebam.com/image/66ceff24509917) http://thumbnails9.imagebam.com/2451/ed82c024509918.gif (http://www.imagebam.com/image/ed82c024509918)

Never thought that way, but it's pretty accurate. I hate TOF stuff, though.

Art Of War
06-11-11, 10:59 AM
http://www.flickr.com/photos/damnbboy/sets/72157603616018203/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/damnbboy/sets/72157603616018203/

GREASETANK:drool: was this awesome site take got closed down due to legal issues, think of GREASETANK as NAPSTER as in it was the first site of its kind.

I miss that site a lot :retard

Katharsis
06-11-11, 11:34 AM
The Greastank site was not closed down in 2005 because of legal issues. It was stated on the site that it was because of personal reasons. Ron, the artist Greasetank, died in 2008 because of a heart attack.

platinum
06-11-11, 04:55 PM
So no more greasetank pics! Pity!

Art Of War
07-11-11, 02:48 AM
@Katharis

Thank you for the correction and my apologies for getting it all wrong as that was what I heard online at the time.

Beuen
11-11-11, 12:22 PM
http://www.queer-arts.org/greasetank/index00.html

PiercedChest
11-11-11, 04:11 PM
Tx Beuen! Greasetank deserves to be widely known, as radical and gifted artist.

dead30something
11-01-12, 05:24 AM
I too remember Greasetank. It was a great site for it's time.

fireball
17-01-12, 07:06 AM
I missed the Mikals army of the future series the most.
I would of loved to be in that army.

jimboylan
21-01-12, 07:03 AM
Search on Archive.org for Greasetank.com
They have a lot of Grease Tank up to about late July, 2006.

exhibsm
21-01-12, 07:42 AM
Search on Archive.org for Greasetank.com
They have a lot of Grease Tank up to about late July, 2006.

Thanks for the link.

fireball
23-01-12, 07:18 AM
does not seem to work anymore

Anomalocaris
23-01-12, 01:57 PM
archive.org has nothing there

jtw_mccoy
06-09-13, 02:02 AM
Just GOOGLE Grease Tank it's easier...

:stroke::load::load::load:

pesmithfm
06-09-13, 02:11 AM
I love a lot of his work it was impressive

gameforumonly
17-09-13, 07:37 AM
nice artist really love it to bad he pass away

Will Scott
17-09-13, 12:12 PM
I was honored to have Ron provide the art for the cover of my short story collection, Strip Him. Even though we never discussed the art work, he managed to capture the intensity of the stories in a stunning image. Greasetank was a brilliant site.
Will Scott

TallBlond1
27-09-13, 02:43 AM
I was Greasetank's story editor for the last couple of years it existed. He and I were in touch quite a bit during that time, both by phone and email. And yes, the site wasn't closed due to legal issues--quite simply, it took many hours a week to maintain and Ron was tired. He could feel himself constantly getting weaker and he saw death coming.

Interestingly, his last project, which occupied the last two years of his life, was writing and illustrating a children's book about a dog named Longfellow; he finished the book but unfortunately couldn't find a suitable publisher.

Halfway through the book, Longfellow's owner dies.

Ron had named his own dog Longfellow.

Art Of War
27-09-13, 03:30 AM
I was Greasetank's story editor for the last couple of years it existed. He and I were in touch quite a bit during that time, both by phone and email. And yes, the site wasn't closed due to legal issues--quite simply, it took many hours a week to maintain and Ron was tired. He could feel himself constantly getting weaker and he saw death coming.

Interestingly, his last project, which occupied the last two years of his life, was writing and illustrating a children's book about a dog named Longfellow; he finished the book but unfortunately couldn't find a suitable publisher.

Halfway through the book, Longfellow's owner dies.

Ron had named his own dog Longfellow.

TallBlond1,

You did a excellent job as a story editor.
The Grease Tank stories and site have influenced me a lot and my writing style of erotic fiction.
I thank you and all those involved with Grease Tank.
It was a very special site and I will always remember it fondly.

ps:- Is there anyway of getting the stories published in a book format, as I from time to time get withdrawal symptoms to re-read those stories once again.

Will Scott
27-09-13, 03:37 AM
it was a terrific site, artistic, erotic, on the edge. I had the great honor of having Ron do the cover art for my short story collection, Strip Him. you can see it on amazon...I write as will scott.....wish Ron would come back to continue his great art.

Art Of War
27-09-13, 03:51 AM
it was a terrific site, artistic, erotic, on the edge. I had the great honor of having Ron do the cover art for my short story collection, Strip Him. you can see it on amazon...I write as will scott.....wish Ron would come back to continue his great art.

Will Scott,
Thank you very much for the link to the book, much appreciated.:cheers:
Thank you very much for Grease Tank.

AOW

Art Of War
27-09-13, 05:08 PM
http://books.google.co.nz/books?id=xMeuPAAACAAJ&source=gbs_book_similarbooks

http://books.google.co.nz/books/about/On_Beyond_Twisted.html?id=nIFVAgAACAAJ&redir_esc=y

TallBlond1
30-09-13, 04:30 AM
http://books.google.co.nz/books?id=xMeuPAAACAAJ&source=gbs_book_similarbooks

http://books.google.co.nz/books/about/On_Beyond_Twisted.html?id=nIFVAgAACAAJ&redir_esc=y

Because "Twisted Tales From The Tank" and "Beyond Twisted" are comprised of stories I wrote for Grease Tank under the name Steve Geary, I cannot in good conscience recommend them: fearful of who-knows-what, the publisher had me extensively dilute them so that sex and snuff never happened at the same time, oftentimes even if the two merely happened within the same scene. If you'd like the full, unabridged versions, just do a "Steve Geary" search here on CDG. I've put a good dozen or more of the stories here on the site, where you can read them the way they were meant to be read, and for free.

TallBlond1
30-09-13, 05:09 AM
Just now did a search on Amazon. Both of those watered-down, censored collections of my stories are now going for anywhere between $99 (used) and $479 (new) apiece!

Most of the stories don't include the great artwork by Mike Carcel and Greasetank himself. Take my word for it, guys, as the author--anyone who pays that amount is vainly trying to recapture the feeling he got from perusing the old Grease Tank site, which is gone forever.

I kid you not, the purchaser will be disappointed. THESE WATERED DOWN PAPERBACK VERSIONS ARE NOT WORTH IT.

Art Of War
01-10-13, 04:51 PM
TallBlond1,

Thank you for the warning.

I seriously was going to buy them.