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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

Tuesday, 23 April 2019

New Art. English Rose

Hi Everyone
  Time for new art. I know it is slightly late, but I did not want to post it too close to the lovely Christeen art.
  It is a pretty simple piece really, no big story, but I really wanted to capture Andy in all his sweet innocent beauty, whilst cranking up his sexuality and so we return to Aunt Janes, weekend cottage where we have see them before, both here 
and here
But this time there is no chocolate or bunny suit, just a classic feminine summer dress and wild tumbling red hair.
Think the dialog reveals all I hoped and I am sure you will find the finer details.

Hope you like this
Biggest hugs
XXX
Andy


Ps
 It is in my bigger story that Aunt Jane will marry a country Vicar. She would then scandalise the village with her flirtatious nature,tight leather and killer heels, whilst all the time being the most loving and devoted wife a modest and bespectacled  Vicar could ever wish for.

29 comments:

  1. May I have, a one question about Andy’s breast?

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    1. Hello AT
      Andys Breasts, structured clothing can have a very pleasing effect.
      Xx

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  2. It will be a funny Easter holidays at the neighborhood!!!
    Xxx Andrew

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    1. It certainly will be, though innocent Andy will have no idea of the chaos he might cause in that summer dress
      xxx

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  3. Miss Direction, there I am looking in all the wrong places for the fore mentioned hand.
    Our innocent Andy on display, getting a rise from at least one of the local boys unaccustomed to the ways of a big city gurl. On display, minimally covered in pastels, legs uncovered on matching heels. The long flowing red tresses of a young Irish Rose. Still adorned in his Sissy Pink nails and lip gloss. Are the locals so enthralled by the gentle rise of his breasts or the tight curves of his belted and possible severly corseted waist to miss the delicate name tag nestled in his youthful cleavage proclaiming the truth if they even care. Enthralled and seduced they are.
    Beautiful Ms. L
    Will he be causing a stir when he bends to hide his eggs? At the knees, perhaps. On his knees as the Vicar will soon be. I am sure it will be a rousing sermon.

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    1. Ha Ha, yes miss direction, that is why i put the little addendum regarding Jane and marriage. I think it is a lovely and naughty idea for a modest Vicar to have a sexy, flirtatious, yet totally devoted and loving wife. Glad you finally spotted it.
      Thank you as ever for such a super reading of my art, yes that hair is more Irish rose, but no less beautiful for that. As for causing a stir, I think he has already done that and a sweet English rose would always bend at the knee, providing Andy forgets his instructions on how a Maid would do so.
      Big Big hugs
      XXX
      Andy

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    2. Oh the poor Vicar.
      I honestly cannot imagine Lady Jane being a loving and devoted wife to anyone. Perhaps Charlotte? The Vicar will definitely be tested when Andy comes mincing about doing his Maidly (?) maid-ish duties in one of his Latex uniforms.
      A pleasure to see his long, swan like neck without choker once and a while.
      I imagine being so rigidly corseted thus should make him speak in a hushed and breathy tone.

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    3. The hushed breathless cut glass tones of a proper English lady. I have far more of Janes story in my head, actually several variations on the theme, but in the end even Jane must melt for someone. The irony of it being a quiet honest reverend is very appealing to me. However you are so right about those Maid uniforms, the tea and cake might take a little spill.
      Xxxx

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  4. My word! No need for Phoebe Waller-Bridge. I hope you're going to pitch for the 3rd series of Fleabag.

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    1. Now I have never ever seen Fleabag, but I know her writing, so that is a super compliment.
      I think I could create an interesting and fun tale of life behind the net curtains of a quiet English Village
      Xxx

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  5. What!?

    Worldly, independent, sophisticated Jane Fullerton-Jones settling for the quiet country life? That's quite a change for her. There has to be a good reason for this. (Was she kicked out and black-balled by the Sisterhood?) That would be like Cersei saying to Jon Snow "On second thought, you take the Iron Throne. I'm going to take up organic gardening."

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    1. I bet that is a super quote but I, deep breath, have never seen a single episode. Which is probably as unbelievable as Jane settling into country life.
      I am not saying Jane would not still have her powers but, at heart she is a romantic.
      Xxxx
      Andy

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  6. This scene is splendid; as usual ! Andy is really pretty! He appreciates the tribute to him in the form of a rose.
    Delightful !
    Additional questions will be sent to you by email.
    * V * xxx

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    1. I look forward to answering them V, always a pleasure.
      Xxxx

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  7. Right then, let's see if Andy has created a new piece of art...Yes! Whey-hey! It really is great when this is the case as I do love a slow scroll down to reveal it. Lee's comment about the poor vicar is spot on and amusing. The eyes are great, love the new hair and dress, so all in all a warble is in order.

    Thanks Andy

    Birdie XX

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    1. Chirp chirp Birdie
      So glad you like it, I can imagine you chirping away in those trees, watching the scene unfold. You like the eyes, Andys eyes? Hope so because I took a lot of time getting them to convey the right mix of helpless sex and innocence.
      A happy warble back to you Birdie
      Xxx

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  8. OK, I'm slow...I don't get the reference to "the Hand". Maybe because I'm too focused on Andy's red hair and awesome legs. I really like the way you drew him this time.

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    1. Hello Janice, no your not slow, you simply have not seen the angle of Janes left arm as it vanishes from view behind the Vicar.
      Thank you for your kind compliment. Yes Andy is far more free than usual.
      Xx
      Andy

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    2. Aha...NOW I get it! Yes, I was completely focused on beautiful Andy (wishing I looked half that good when I dress up) and didn't pay any attention to Aunt Jane. Naughty Aunt Jane :-)

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    3. ‘Tis enough to startle any humble man of the cloth.
      Xxx

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    4. Hi Andy (and Janice)
      I am reassured about my own - past - inability to understand the meaning of "Hand" (with a capital letter!) in the thought of the Reverend ... So I was not the only one not to have grasped this subtlety.
      xxx * V *

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    5. You would not want to see it all at once surely. A little mystery and detective work is part of the fun
      XXX

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  9. From Sweet Sissy Stevie

    I have hesitated over this one as I also did not get the "hand" thing. Andy is looking very pretty (a beautiful dress like that in blue latex surely cost his Aunt a lot of money?) and will, no doubt, drive the village boys wild; and he seems to have mastered the art of walking on grass in heels. I am sorry, but I cannot buy into the thought of Aunt Jane and the vicar; it just does not work for me.

    Love and XXXXX

    Stevie

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    1. Hi Stevie, Yes the dress was crazy money, bespoke hand made to Janes own design and as for the grass, he is a cleverer sissy than I, very wobbly on lawns.
      As for Aunt Jane and The vicar, well I guess that is one universe I have to myself
      XXXX

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  10. Definatley worth waiting for Andy !! Such vibrant use of colours that only help put ones imagination into overdrive...

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    1. Hi Honey
      Thank you so much, took me a long time to balance and place all the characters, text and bled the colours. Happy to press you overdrive button
      XXX

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  11. Oh my! How wonderful!
    I too can't believe Aunt Jane would settle down and marry a vicar. A flirtatious and corrupting dalliance perhaps.
    Oh my!!!!

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    1. Hello Patricia, so happy you like this, but is seems Janes domestic side will remain my own dream
      XXX

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  12. Are all these comics able to see somewhere in timeline? Like a comic books.

    Your work IS wonderful

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