Pretty in Pink


Author Comments

because all little girls looks much prettier in pink.


Tag: shibari, bondage

I feel like there is 2 things that could be said negatively about this art. It seems that one of these issues is a common issue in your work. That issue would be too much light. Your shade work is exceptional and you seem to have quite a deft knowledge on anatomy. Maybe a different color backdrop would help but there is just too much light.

Secondly, the shading around her left breast, towards the inside, just blends in with her chest which is due to the shading in that area whereas the right breast [obviously due to our angle] is clearly separated from the chest. As I indicated, I realize that's due to the angle but her breasts are large enough where we should see a very clear and defined separation.

This problem is only an opinion thus I didn't penalize rating for, I don't like that her mouth is open. She looks like there might be a reason there is that mask over her face, and not for sadism... because the bitch is either ugly as hell or a zombie. It appears that there is nothing in her mouth to force it to remain open so... why? Her entire head shape, because her mouth is open, makes her look like a creature of some sort that is bound, not for sexual enjoyment but for protection against [it's] gaping mouth hole that probably has razor sharp teeth in it...
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I like your skill with drawings and I can agree with your mind set.

I would beg to differ ;)
But I am glad it's not only me who likes this stuff around here!
Keep up the great work!


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ocalamaster responds:

Thank you Sarah , that is the wonderful thing about leather it comes in so many delightful colors.

She'll look better with some white in her pink.

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3.01 / 5.00

Mar 30, 2012
10:47 AM EDT
File Info
1330 x 2000 px
694.7 KB

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