A few days ago, Bree put a link to a drawing in the comments section, and said it scared her. Kaki could not follow the link so I grabbed the picture and appended it to Scarlet’s book review in the last post, along with a rather flippant comment about how I was surprised that anyone would find such a drawing scary.
But of course such drawings are scary, or exciting, or both. Certainly I find them exciting, so I rounded up a few more samples of that artist’s work and bunged them up here.
Not that I want to scare anyone, but the artist happens to be a personal favorite so I thought I would share.
The artist’s unique style makes his work easy to recognize, even when he doesn’t sign it, as in the drawing just above. The first drawing, of the Detention Room – okay, I have to admit that a Detention Room like that would be quite scary indeed – is signed Julian Guile.
In this unsigned drawing, the same girl, or at least her sister, is presented in a similarly perilous situation, so we are safe in assuming it is drawn by the same artist.
His technique is quite simple and straightforward, to draw a thoroughly adult girl’s body but then to put a much younger girl’s face on it, which allows a certain kind of adult girl – many of whom hang out here – to instantly identify with not only the girl in the drawing, but the situation in which she finds herself, i.e., invariably the sort of situation that results in a very sore hiney for her.
Then too, a Top who views the drawing is welcome to replace the somewhat generic little girl face with one perhaps closer to his heart, and of course his lap.