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Hello and thank you for visiting my blog. Well it is not so much a blog more a place to share all the things i have written, drawn and generaly played with over the last 10 years. Most of them are related to my love of smooth slick Latex and shiny PVC, as well as the delights of feminization. I also have a huge crush on British TV presenter Carol Vorderman (The perfect model of the older woman) as well as the gorgeous Keira Knightley. (more my age). There will be nothing harsh or nasty here, just fun things, naughty things, sexy things and yes, well, Kinky things. Basically it's a stroll through the kinky lanes of my mind. hope you have fun. XXX

Friday, 19 February 2016

Guest Art

Hi Everyone
   I would like to take this opportunity to share with you a piece of art created for me by one of our friends. I am always flattered and honoured when someone takes the time and effort to create something for me and it is my pleasure to share it with you all.
  This is Andy in Peril, By Dan.

Andy became increasingly concerned.
The two Amazons were treating him as their personal toy and there was no escaping their attention.
Unless Aunt Jane returned soon, Andy feared that he could permanently end up in their clutches.
A thought that was both frightening and exciting at the same time.


Thanks Dan
XXX

22 comments:

  1. It's actually for 90% Eric Stanton........

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    1. Indeed, but with a little added seasoning.

      Thanks Zaskia
      Xx

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  2. A very nice homage to your work. You truly have talented admirers. I like the idea, but an not keen on the blur. The use of real legs is an instant draw for my eyes.
    Definitely a scared look in poor Andi's eyes. It must be if he is looking to Aunt Jane as his saviour. Perhaps it is a set-up for AJ to swoop in and save the day.
    More please.

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    1. Hmmm yes could be a plan for Jane to gain a Nephews greater loyalty. Devious woman.
      As ever you get the imagination rolling Lee and I have no doubt Dan will appreciate your comments as much as I.
      X

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  4. Permanently in the grip of those Domazons? Being treated as their private plaything? We can only hope that it happens and we get to witness the action.

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    1. Hello Throne, nice to hear from you, hope you are well.
      Thank you for your kind comment
      XXXX

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  5. I'm sure it must be very flattering to have your work inspire others, but as an admirer of Eric Stanton, I can't help feeling a little irritated at this defacement of his art. Also, at the risk of sounding like a scold, I'm disappointed that you'd give 100% credit for this work to Dan in your original post when, as Miss Zaskia points out, it's 90% Stanton. All Dan did was add slap on a couple discordant elements that stand out like sore thumb. Is Andy doing an impression of Linda Blair from the Exorcist? How did he get his head to spin around nearly 180 degrees? Yeah, this is basically how Christeen also creates artwork- by Photoshopping various elements together to make a new piece- but Christeen's work obviously requires a bit more effort and talent than just slightly changing someone else's art and calling it her own. Sorry for my curmudgeonly reaction to what I imagine was just supposed to be a nice tribute piece, but I'd be pretty damn pissed off if I found out someone had altered my art in this way.

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    1. Wow, that was fun. Thank you ever so much.
      I posted this piece as a thank you to my Friend Dan for being a very kind and generous person who, gave me a gift i shall cherish for a very long time. Dan never claimed any credit for this work, in fact he admitted he was no good at photoshop or such skills and never asked for it to be published, so I imagine your unnecessarily hash critique of his art has made him feel pretty shit right now thank you very much.
      However he took the time and effort to create this for me, FOR ME and no one else and I took the choice to publish it here on my blog. Yes I never offered full credits I freely admit to that oversight but I do not think this honest mistake deserves to be pounced on with such heavy boots.
      So thanks for getting a shitty week off to an even shittier start

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    2. It was unfair of me to imply that Dan was taking credit for Stanton's work when the omission was yours, so I apologize for that and for any hurt feelings I may have caused. Other than that, I mostly stand by what I said, even if I wish the way I'd said it had been much more tactful. I didn't want to add to your shitty week, but the truth is, I actually have had people take my art and alter it without my permission and that's a pretty shitty feeling, too, so what I don't apologize for is feeling strongly about this.

      Maybe I've made a mountain out of a molehill. I don't know why I should get upset about this and not bat an eye at, for example, the thousands of alterations of American Gothic I've seen. And Stanton was certainly no Grant Wood. What that makes that kind of thing no biggie and this such a federal crime? Well, I probably wouldn't have gotten anywhere near as annoyed if the description hadn't made it seem as though this piece was entirely the work of your friend. That was the part I found really unforgivable. If Stanton had been credited to begin with, I doubt I would have cared enough to shoot off my stupid mouth at all. Either way, Stanton's dead and likely doesn't give a crap anymore and it's probably a waste of time for me to get worked up over a matter so completely insignificant.

      I sincerely regret if my heated words have permanently branded me an insensitive jerk in your mind (and in Dan's). I feel a little torn between wishing to wrangle myself back into your good graces and wanting to stand by my principles. However, while my natural spineless instinct is to back down and try to smooth over any feathers I've ruffled, I'm having a hard time feeling that I was completely wrong for feeling offended, even if I am sorry for blowing things out of proportion the way I did. If you want to hate my guts from now on, that's unfortunate, but I guess I'll just have to live with that.

      Well, I hope the remainder of your week improves. See ya.

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    3. Hi Rocket
      If I offer my hand will you shake it?
      I totally get all your points,I really do and I apologise for jabbing back at you. For my part I was simply being protective of a friend, which is the same in life as it is online. The fault is mine for not crediting, I never gave it a thought, which was insensitive. To claim ownership and creator of someone else's art is theft, plain and simple and as I say it was not my intention to do so.
      I am a fan of your art and it has inspired me greatly, so, despite you coming into my place and smashing up the bar, I hope we can shake and makeup.
      My very best wishes
      Andy

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      My week will not get better, this week in the year never does and that is a little bit why I snapped back too. Thanks for the wishes though.
      Take care

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    5. I believe we're on different continents, but I'd shake if I could. I like to think I'm a nice person- in real life, I'm so incredibly shy, I would never be so outspoken- but on the internet, I seem to have a tendency to sometimes rub people the wrong way, more often than I'd like. Someone on deviantART said they'd "heard things" about me after I'd accidentally insulted them with a sarcastic response to a question, and ever since then, I've been more worried about the reputation I may or may not have inadvertently cultivated.

      Having been on dA as long as I have may explain why I've grown so sensitive to misappropriation of art. I see it happen all too often, to the point that even an innocuous case such as this can cause me to fly off the handle- maybe it was just the proverbial straw that broke the camel's back. I don't know if this will make you feel any better, but the perceived slight to Stanton wouldn't have been so disappointing to me if it hadn't come from someone whose work I've enjoyed and who I thought ought to know better. However, I realize it was just an innocent mistake and I shouldn't have made such a huge deal out of it.

      Sorry to learn that things are apparently so crappy for you. My life is not great either, which is another reason why I probably come across as such a miserable S.O.B. Unlike you, I'm very unsuccessful at not allowing my gloomy outlook and personal crap to interfere with the face I present online. But I went overboard in my criticism, and I don't blame you for snapping at me. tbh, I've Photoshopped other people's work for my own amusement in the past, so it's possibly hypocritical of me to get so hot under the collar when I see other people doing it.

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    6. Hope life turns a corner for you soon Rocket, I really do, the next few week mark a sad anniversary for me, but I know the sun will come out afterwards. So my very best to you and having read the last comment, i can see your upset even clearer.
      I think we can draw a line under this, heads have been bumped, hands have been shaken, respect shown.
      I feel the same regarding your work, we share a wavelength I believe.
      The fact about Da is bothering to me, it is one comment that can cause so much sadness and pain, whispers are spoken and can not be un-spoken. I feel greatly for you regarding that.
      My very best to you, Take care
      Andy

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  6. I am not an artist but I enjoy modifying existing photographs or drawings to suit a specific image or fantasy of mine. This involves clipping and combining components form various sources. I call it Digital-Collage, hence my nom-de-plume ‘DiColl’. I do it for fun and my personal amusement.

    This particular drawing from Eric Stanton seemed to represent the perfect fantasy stage on which to place an image of Amanda. The face is a creation by Andy himself and I added some additional components. I see it as the graphic equivalent of putting captions to an existing image.

    Since Amanda gets herself pertpetually into trouble, I thought that Andy would enjoy seeing this little piece and he liked it to a degree where he wanted to share it with a larger group of friends on his blog. Unfortunately, the reaction turned out ot be rather mixed, Eh!

    Thank you to those who understood and appreciated the intent of the drawing.
    Apologies to those who took offence.
    Special apologies to Eric Stanton. (I am a huge fan)

    Dan

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    1. Sorry for dropping you in it Dan and I had exactly the same thoughts regarding Captioning of existing pictures. One piece of art inspires another and often the influences are clear.
      Sorry again Dan and do not stop creating.
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      Andy

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    2. No apology necessary. A very nice piece. If someone takes offence they can change the channel. It is not like it is porn, not even close.
      Glad Andy can give your work a venue.

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    4. Very cool and very calm reply Lee.
      My very best wishes
      XX

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  7. From Sweet Sissy Stevie

    I have read with great interest the developing correspondence between Andy and Rocket. I thought Dan's idea was rather good (I wish I had the techno know how to do something similar. I think the slight problem is that Stanton's art is not nearly as good as Andy's so perhaps there is not a very good mix. Stanton's Amazons do not really convince. They have the long gloves which I like but their heels are positively chunky (lower than poor Andy's) and they should be in thigh high boots showing more flesh and wielding much longer whips. Again, I wish I was an artist!

    love and XXX

    Stevie

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    1. What a wonderful and sweet comment. Thank you Stevie, that was really kind of you.
      I do hope you are well.
      XXX
      Andy

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  8. From Sweet Sissy Stevie

    It was a pleasure to make what I hope was a constructive comment about a subject dear to my heart - sweetly feminised pretty boys under the influence of strong domineering ladies. I am constantly looking forward to any future art-work and the more shiny rubber, boots and long gloves the better, not to mention very short skirts!

    Love and XXXX

    Stevie

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