Thursday, 6 November 2008

Admission Proceedings (Postponed) and Some More Useful Bondage/Spanking Artwork Links

Today's posting was going to be on 'admission procedures' and it will probably still develop that way eventually, when I add more, later today. But first of all there are more urgent issues to deal with: the spanking and bondage artwork section of the resource link list in the sidebar has become sadly denuded, as I have mentioned at the last couple of posts. Today I spotted that the link to the artwork of Thorn no longer works and so I have now removed it also. This is a real shame because I've noted several folks coming here searching for his work and in addition he is one of my favourite artists of the genre - it's all to do with the implied innocence of his victim's and the way that he manages to capture the humiliation and suffering in their expressions; all very exciting and most inspiring, he really manages to bring out all those darkest cruellest fantasies that lurk in the dark corners of the subconscious. Unfortunately, although I've had a little search around on the web (I'm a little short of time as I'm trying to complete volume 2 and get well into volume 3, so I can't afford to spend too long on this) I have yet to locate a satisfactorily complete grouping of his work on any one site. Because I'm so time-impoverished at the moment I have decided that the easiest and quickest thing for me to do is to upload the collection I have obvious work into one of my online albums. This I expect to be doing roughly mid-evening today, after I return from the gym (its legs-night tonight), and the link will then become available in the sidebar under the section labelled Spanking Artwork Album Links.

Meanwhile as an emergency stopgap, here is a list of links to the work of various artists available on that Russian website I spoke about in an earlier post. It's pretty difficult website to negotiate unless you really are we all going or understand Cyrillic script and the links to various artist’s work that appear at the tops of the pages tend to do so randomly and without any discernible pattern. I think I've pretty much trawled all I can from that particular site at the moment and one great thing that I did come across was that Paula Meadows (Lynn Paula Russell) illustration that I talked about in the last posting - it's at the top of this entry, click on it to go to a couple of pages of her work. Have a read through my previous posting about it and see if you share my sentiment - I think it is the presence of the nurse that ultimately cements it altogether and tells the story.

When I have a little more time I will be putting all of these links, properly labelled and categorised, into the sidebar resource list - probably later today - and when I do I shall remove those links from this posting. It will free up a little for me to have a bit of a ramble about admission procedures later on this evening. Meanwhile I've got me some careful detailing and styling work to do on Lavinia's home uniform (figuratively speaking of course; it's a piece of quite difficult descriptive writing). It's a bittersweet confection of her aunt's own devising - and that woman is a stickler for all those tiny little details. (Art by Remy) (3 D rendered bondage) (Robert Bishop) (Paul Alazar) (Ferdinand Vogel Steel)

See you all later,


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