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The Staircase… a tribute to Sabrisse

Sabrisse: erotic fiction inspired by Metart beauty

Erotic fiction inspired by Sabrisse

You stand there, perfectly composed, on the wooden staircase. On your tiptoes, knowing the arch of your pretty feet will stoke the surge of desire swelling inside me. Your white lace bodysuit is cut high over your hips, emphasizing your fine bones and giving a tantalising hint of what lies beneath. The swell of your cleavage, hair sweeping silkily across it, invites my touch. But not yet...

Confident you have my full attention, you bend over, wiggle your hips at me. Then you sit, lifting your toes high so I get a flash of white fabric between your sweet thighs. You slide one strap down over your shoulder, cupping your hand beneath your breast with a naughty smile. I let out an involuntary gasp... I want to touch you, I want to touch myself, but that would spoil your game.

Now you spread your legs and snap open the poppers at the crotch of your bodysuit, moving it aside so I can see your beautiful pussy. Your fingers brush downwards, grazing the fluffy line of hair that leads to those delicate pink folds. I inch closer, breathing more heavily, all my willpower focused on restraining the urge to reach out and touch your shiny hair, kiss those parted lips.

With a naughty giggle, you shimmy out of the bodysuit altogether and stand there naked, high on your pointed toes again, letting me feast my eyes on your smooth skin. You blush a little under the heat of my gaze, but you don't look away. Instead you sink gracefully down again, spreading your legs wider, letting me see the full glory of that sweet pink haven. Is that a hint of moisture I see glistening within? My mouth waters at the thought.

You turn away, showing me your firm bottom, the curves daring me to move closer still. Your strong, slender frame excites me more than I can say. Teasing me now, you sink to your knees, legs spread, pussy gently opening like a flower. You laugh delightedly at the expression of naked hunger on my face.

Rising to your feet, you begin to sashay up the stairs, your hips swaying. Halfway up, you turn to beckon me. Is there any doubt I will follow?

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“Presenting” Lilit A - a Top Model’s remarkably rapid rise…

Lilit A: Presenting, by Arkisi, Metart Top Model's nude debutEarning the coveted #1 spot on Metart‘s Top Models list can take weeks, months, even years. A model makes her debut, appears in more and more galleries, works with one or more photographers, gains skill and confidence, and builds up a fan following over time. At least that’s how it usually works. But there’s an exception to every rule, and that brings us to Metart‘s newest Top Model, Lilit A.

It happened in an instant. Less than 24 hours after “Presenting” appeared on the site the membership voted Lilit A to the very top of the Top Models list. That kind of overnight success isn’t completely unprecedented, but it is rare, it is truly impressive, and it bodes extremely well for this enticing new model’s future.

There’s no precise way to determine what makes a model popular, and that’s one of the things that makes it so interesting. If there was a formula, a technique, a list of attributes to possess and steps to follow, all models would be Top Models. But it comes down to some indefinable, constantly changing, combination of qualities and factors - physical beauty, personality, skill, attitude, the artist behind the camera, the sometimes fickle moods of a discerning and opinionated membership. What does it take to become a Metart Top Model? Nobody knows with any certainty, but whatever it is, Lilit A has it!

I have no way of knowing how Arkisi approached shooting Lilit for “Presenting.” There’s a workmanlike, direct, but unobtrusive quality to the photographic style here, and it just feels right. A couple of fully clothed introductory images, then model and artist get right into it - the setting, a rather unexceptional kitchen, fades away and all the viewer sees is Lilit A. And we see everything she has to offer in impressive, often explicit, detail. In last week’s post I discussed a set without a single explicit image - “Presenting” Lilit A is filled with them, and they are the stuff feverish dreams are made of.

But there is much, much more to Lilit A than the bold and generous ways she displays her delectable intimate attributes. She has an absolutely irresistible smile, for one. She has a lively, warm, and genuine personality that makes her seem completely natural and approachable. She’s confident, but no overbearing. She can look like a fresh-faced innocent, and younger than her 20 years would indicate. But she can also look worldly, sophisticated, and knowing - there’s an entire alluring world in those big hazel eyes!

Favorites? Oh yes. #007 for that cute, over-the-shoulder, smile. #015, hot, hot, hot – and the set has barely begun! #069, offered for you pleasure. The pretty face in #090 and the adorable face in #092, two variations on the same pose. And the pulse-pounding pose and heartwarming smile in #116. Any of those shots - and so many others - help explain how “Presenting” propelled Lilit A straight to the top with such remarkable rapidity.

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“Presenting” Fresh - a stylish but distinctly demure debut…

Fresh: Presenting, by Natasha Schon, soft nude art pixWhile many of Metart‘s contributing artists have mastered what might be called the Metart style of photography, each photographer has his or her own unique stylistic signatures that identify and distinguish their work. Natasha Schon has one of the most distinctive styles out of the entire pool of Metart contributors. I haven’t critiqued one of Ms. Schon’s galleries for over a year, but only a blindfold could prevent me from instantly recognizing this artist’s trademark style.

Presenting” Fresh is a studio production, highly styled, skillfully lighted, and artfully executed. It is also notable for the complete absence of explicit images, a significant omission. Schon does tend to operate at the tamer end of the spectrum, so this won’t surprise those who are familiar with her work, but those expecting a complete and detailed look at this model as she makes her Metart debut may be disappointed.

Fresh delivers a winning performance here. She’s wearing a dress made of silver metallic fabric, high heels, and a chunky silver metal necklace that serves as the set’s central prop. She’s shot against (and standing on) a textured black backdrop and subtle adjustments in lighting can make her slender frame stand out in bold relief, or let her long dark hair blend in with the inky background.

In the very first image Fresh raises a single finger to her lips in the universally understood “quiet please” gesture, and when the set is silent she delivers a range of poses. There are shots here that look like an actor’s headshots, and the glam outfit and dramatic make-up contribute to the theatrical feel. Schon’s style and Fresh’s poses result in some creative figure studies – #051 and #053, for example, as well as #077 and #079. And amid all the high style and moody attitude there are moments of spontaneity as in #031 where Fresh tugs at the hem of her dress or #032 where she shakes a fist at the camera. “Presenting” Fresh is an artistic and intriguing effort that makes up with style what it lacks in explicit heat.

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“Presenting” Olya Fey - friendly face/happy hands…

Olya Fey: Presenting, by Alex Sironi, long legs, moist pussy, hot pixTwo aspects in particular struck me as I began to examine the new Metart model debut, “Presenting” Olya Fey - her face and her hands. Olya can’t help but project a warm, inviting, lively personality. There’s a light in her eyes and a smile is never too far from her lips - she simply radiates an amiable, approachable, and appealing energy. She’s pretty, make no mistake, and made prettier still by the abundant warmth of her personality. She’s also blessed with exceptional bodily beauty. She’s lithe, long of limb, with pert breasts, and additional delectable details. And that brings me to her hands.

When I say she has “happy hands” I mean that her manual extremities are expressive, almost to a fault. I don’t know Olya Fey‘s modeling history, but the way she uses her hands either reflects an acquired habit, a stylistic signature, or a lack of experience I associate with newcomers to the modeling profession. In #017, for example, Alex Sironi frames her in a close headshot, and her hands, fingers gracefully curved, float beside each side of her face. Enhancement or distraction? I lean towards the latter. Posing, pointing, framing or otherwise vying for attention, Olya’s hands make their presence felt in “Presenting” but without doing too much harm overall.

For such a sweet, natural, and warm girl, Sironi has chosen a rather formal, even stuffy, setting. Olya sits or stands next to an antique chair of leather and wood that’s been placed before an ornately decorated passage, with a similarly decorated bedroom visible in the background. But Olya, barefoot, is wearing a light and casual dress and blue necklace that are anything but ornate, stuffy, or antique - a curious contrast.

Still, Olya’s personality and beauty easily overcome what quirks or quibbles I might find in “Presenting.” Her slender body is beautifully captured in #084 and #132, among others. Her natural sweetness gets a touch of spice with a peek at her nipples in the otherwise demure #003. She displays both her physique and attitude in #046. And Sironi delivers enticing explicit close-ups that capture moist perfection (#056) as well as stylish compositions like #058, and artful, stylish figure studies like #110. With her friendly face, beautiful body, and even her “happy” hands, Olya Fey is a most welcome addition to Metart.

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“Oinare” starring Ganna B - stripped and tripping the light fantastic…

Ganna B: Oinare, by Slastyonoff, Metart HD erotic movieMetart was created, first and foremost, as a venue for erotic art photography - specifically still photography. Metart has also consistently offered short erotic films, but they’ve always taken a back seat to the photo galleries. Some members love them, some are, less enthusiastic, and I’ve got mixed feelings. It’s true that, in the past, some photographers have simply recorded a still photo session on tape and called the results “a movie.” But others recognize the potential of motion pictures and have made a real effort to explore and experiment, with notable success. And that brings us to “Oinare,” a Metart short erotic film that pushes the limits of the form with exceptional results.

Slastyonoff is an accomplished and prolific artist - he’s got an impressive grand total of 558 galleries at Metart. One contributing factor to his enduring success is his willingness to adapt, evolve, and experiment, and “Oinare” offers vivid proof of his bold artistry. Using a single prop - a glowing fluorescent tube - and a single key light far overhead in an otherwise pitch black studio, he’s created a dramatic stage on which his subject can perform. And his subject, Ganna B, rises to the challenge with high, nearly explosive, energy and impressive confidence.

“Oinare” is, on one level, an interpretive dance. Yes, there are echoes of a stripper performing on a pole, but there is much more to it than that. Ganna B dances, and dances hard. For much of the film the fluorescent light remains stationary and vertical, its unnatural light bathing Ganna’s stunning body in its artificial glow even as it reveals the stunning details of her intimate anatomy. Her long red hair swings through the air, warm highlights enhanced by the key light - the same light that reveals the tiny vellus hairs on her body and motes of dust floating in the air.

There are those who might suggest that “Oinare” exists outside of the Metart norm, and they might be right. But while some might view that as criticism, I think of it as high praise. This is a supremely confident, thoughtful, and powerful piece of erotic cinema. Ganna B is a marvel, and with two films in her Metart portfolio, I can’t be the only one who would love to see her in a still gallery after this performance. A creative concept, confidently and skillfully performed and executed, “Oinare” makes an impressive showcase for not only Ganna B and her director, Slastyonoff, but for the potential an promise of Metart‘s short films. To say the least, I’m impressed - please feel free to share your reactions to “Oinare” in the comments, below.

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