It is happy exhaustion! Add another 100 and it wouldn't be too much!
Saturday, January 10th, 2015 on Edrom
The comment is general, not specific.
Some nice work by both model and artist. Far better than what appears from the thumbs. Color is sometimes a bit bland and washed out but is mostly lovely.
A great dress with perfect unrealized potential for peeks. Shame!
Incredible eyes could have used better makeup. Lower eyeliner needed a sharper pencil and could have continued a bit further out. Upper eyeliner is too heavy for the overall look of the shoot.
Saturday, January 10th, 2015 on Isteyi
If our model's head and face had been given the same treatment as the rest, this would be good (see 57).
Saturday, January 10th, 2015 on Etheri
Wow. Great clarity, excellent color contrast, and I have to add carat because this series is a jewel. Fetching, effective, affective, creative poses with thoughtful camera angles. Rarely does an artist get this close without losing something. Marvelous.
Saturday, January 10th, 2015 on Odepi
Fantastic in so many ways. Once again I don't have the time for a full mention. Plus after 233 pics I feel a bit exhausted.
Such happy dimples!
Enough with dwelling on the past. FORWARD GENTS!
It's about the vision, the photography, and the art.
P.S. We're moving on.
We've seen this sort of comment before. I don't know what it means. I'd like to know what you see and like and what you don't.
No gonad melting in the Manual.
Wednesday, January 7th, 2015 on Fiseca
Wednesday, January 7th, 2015 on Autare
Wednesday, January 7th, 2015 on Tesore
Would love some more!
or genetics and embryological development without extreme anything.
Tuesday, January 6th, 2015 on Sidesi
Taint Hall of Fame - 60.
Taint not the most elegant of words. Any suggestions for the Magwich Manual of Recommended Descriptive Vocabulary?
Monday, December 22nd, 2014 on Qulpi
All I want for Christmas:
is for Metartists to STOP SLICING THROUGH FINGERS, TOES, KNEES, ELBOWS, TOPS OF HEADS, NIPPLES, AND CURVES OF HIPS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Monday, December 22nd, 2014 on Raicod
As if? Dude. She IS burning the page.
The Magwich Manual of Recommended Descriptive Vocabulary has a one word definition for FDAU. "Aza".
Interesting. It is possible to growl and whimper at the same time.
It can't get any better than 97. Until 99. Oh, wait, my mind is so numb I had forgotten 1 - 10, 24, and 61.
The Magwich Manual is getting another volume. I don't know what to call it yet, but this album is in it.
Don't make me cross, fellows, please help get these into the top 100.
Really? Not bad lookin'? Short on inspiration today?
She's about as bad lookin' as yin yack is good speakin'.
P.S. Lost the sandals to soon. That little bit of pink makes all the other colors pop.
Monday, December 22nd, 2014 on Tirova
An unparalleled composition of color, texture, geography, light, pose, camera angle, form, and personality. Today, the elements appear to be directed by a paintbrush like music by a baton. Already a master of color, our artist has added to the palette air, water, earth, and fire. Could the wind have been more perfect? Fire takes the lead here, represented by light, yes, but it is our model who shines. Look at those dimples.
A 10 from Magwich for just about everything but framing at 9.85.
Notice to members of Club Doug: I am the other uncle - and I have a gun.
Sunday, December 21st, 2014 on Leusa
The model looks mighty fine against a horrible background. Solid pink is better than stark white with a picture of a galloping orange horse.
Sunday, December 21st, 2014 on Mithan
oops, swap out a d for a b, please.
Sunday, December 21st, 2014 on Perche
Good fellow dibble,
A truly fine dribble.
Also, compare light and color of Cetija, which successfully coveys the illusion of the vivid warmth of a beach, to Sommar, which looks like a fake beach in a badly lit warehouse (admittedly, a very appealing fake beach).
Sunday, December 21st, 2014 on Coeren
We see far too few poses like 81 - 85, and 109 - 112. There are others showing the back as well, but some of them have fabric buched around the waist, blocking the curves.
I have noticed from our artist recently occasional harsh lighting and/or color tone. I would have greatly liked this set except for for feeling the need to squint. I would attribute this to my iPad, but 16 and 17 look fine. Other sets like this include Presenting Susie, Cosui (somewhat), Mirase, Metiqi (very nice butt and back poses there), Iwaon, and Presenting Rafaella (the most noticeable).
@ yin yang
Might have to give a tiny bit of credit for that one. Dammit.
Saturday, December 20th, 2014 on Korinsi
@din and clang
excellent advice from someone so accustomed to joyous accolades of admiration.
seems to me that bare might indeed cause some to think inside the box.
How could such a fellow anger anyone?
There, there, now. Fret not.
I don't know anything about lenses or camerawork, and don't actually see anything to criticize with respect to those. IMHO, it would take an extraordinary *I don't know what* to get a great result with those metal stairs in that location with perhaps great light but poor color and little space for model, camera, and lights to manouver. I have no doubt you could accomplish it. Even a small amount of the right color in the right place can effect the brain's response to everything else in an image. A pillow, a cape, a parakeet, who knows?
I would not say I was disappointed. Even stairs I don't like can challenge the way I view and think.
As someone who has let past bad experience drag me down for years, I encourage you to stop considering too much how that is affecting your work. Find inspiration from it both personal and creative if you can.
As for the rest of us, being supportive was fine, but it might be good if we let it go and concentrate on what we admire about the actual creative work. So a new year's resolution from me: I won't mention it again.
And a note to our model: what you are able to convey in 9 and 157 should be enough to encourage you, I hope to see that again soon. And I adore the wrist butterfly.
There are enough images like 11, 40, and 101 that easily overcome the setting, and my over hasty initial score.
I have not given up my custodial post, you are still in excellent standing.
I hate this lifeless and cold setting -again. The last 3 photos are vivid and vibrant. Our model looks lovely and I admire the work of our artist, so at the risk of ad hominem attack, this gets a 3 from me.
I am not sure that blather is a great response to drivel.
Please let us know which nation granted you a trademark for the word Maestro.
I suggest a special session of the Organization for the Recognition of Popka Perfection.
Saturday, December 20th, 2014 on Imparta
Yes. And then a lot of more of the back, too.
This should make doorway fetishists happy.
Monday, December 15th, 2014 on Betens
I need more people in my life like you. Please feel free to disagree with me like that as often as you like!
Thursday, December 11th, 2014 on Inalto
Alas, I reached patriarchal status in my family at a young age- Guess how much respect that has gotten me? I'll have to acquire furniture like most folks from now on.
Thursday, December 11th, 2014 on Nukell
Ho Hum. Just another day at MetArt.
Wednesday, December 10th, 2014 on Tudine
@checkers - how about ding dang?
Though I agree with
praise for a pose,
I fear the collapse
of English prose.
Wednesday, December 10th, 2014 on Koeto
I just checked to be sure. Neither dead babies nor defeated sphincters are in The Magwich Manual of Recommended Descriptive Vocabulary.
Plentiful views of a chandelier and a picture frame to entertain, then. Chandeliers are soooooo hot!
Sunday, December 7th, 2014 on Gottu
Setting, color, texture, lighting - all parts of a palette used to somehow simultaneously convey a sense of simplicity, drama, and graceful luxurious elegance. Then that elegance is promptly screwed up with crass "Girls Gone Wild" boob flashing and grabbing.
The combination of red and green in this light so skillfully flatters the attributes of our model that the absence of even a small bit of red is a notable loss.
The last four images are luscious. (chopped shoulders forgiven)
The glare reflecting from the sofa frame wants a solution.
Please someone tell me where and how to acquire an identical sofa.
Sunday, November 23rd, 2014 on Nukell
Possible Central Asian ancestry. That's about everyone in the Northern hemisphere. Can't claim any exotic beauty for myself, alas.
And combined with dark velvet green, a hallmark of this photographer.
I defer and grant you #3. However, we still don't get the hip hugging delight of seeing it worn as a dress.
Despite the marvel of a model and talent of the artist, for me this is lacking a certain something. Je ne sais blah.
Sunday, November 23rd, 2014 on Inalto
To stop at 20 is to miss that which glistens later.
I had not considered your vision of the design. I see that you may be correct, though I don't really perceive enough fabric above to be completely convinced. If you are correct, we were robbed the opportunity to see the clothing in all its glory on such a magnificent form. I think if this design looks like nothing revolutionary to you, it's time for you to start designing your own line -and please send me an autographed copy of the marquee and program of your first show, along with a catalog.
The Magwich Manual's latest entry: "peek-a-boob".
Nothing wrong with that face!
Saturday, November 22nd, 2014 on Caseto
Aw, shucks. ☺️
Saturday, November 22nd, 2014 on Difume
These two inspire an ambition to write that exceeds time, talent, and motivation.
Saturday, November 22nd, 2014 on Cariya
P.S. Just a gentle reminder that models look ok with the tops of their heads.
Saturday, November 22nd, 2014 on Presenting Vivian
Posterior positioning presented with aplomb.
Continuing chromatic contentment by our king of color. (Careful combining greens)
Cute curious curve caught cleverly -in 78 and elsewhere. ("Now, class, today will be introducing the parabola"). Something to remember for the pose-book.
And those not sore at all.
Will it work at 77?
Sometimes 4 words evoke more than 400.
Superb work with an inspired choice of shirt. #17 is my top pick for this album. Too bad the shirt was not used to show us that rarely seen beauteous backside. A double punch considering the generous number of views of the equally inspired panties, none from the back and none close.
Our model easily shines through the dull (yet glaring) canvas of brown upon brown fake wood grain.
Fie for focal clarity in 114.
I have an aunt that won't eat a pizza that meets all her preferences for perfection if there happens to be so much as a single quarter section of a slice of black olive in one corner. This sort of attitude is fine for pizza, since it leaves more for the rest of us. This sort of attitude here deprives us all of lovely lines of grace, beauty, along with aesthetic creativity of artist and model.
Thursday, November 20th, 2014 on Soribu
Poor Magwich is without Internet access lately. Glad to see the Assosciation is still being looked after.
Wednesday, November 19th, 2014 on Difume
She is expressing her desire to gain entry to the Association.
Saturday, October 11th, 2014 on Consome
Thanks, I started to scratch my head there for a second.
Saturday, October 11th, 2014 on Haddia
Classy clothes, classy unzip, classy shoes with classy eye catching color. As always, I want to see the clothing in poses that are not all vertical.
Saturday, October 11th, 2014 on Adeua
Is our Pantifex sleeping?
Saturday, October 11th, 2014 on Presenting Nika
Lovely Littlebottom has a perky Popka prompting ORPP ordination.
Checker's Checklist sounds like something to include in one of the Magwich Manuals.
So Long Sad Times, Panty Days Are Here Again....
I love thongs, but they are overused and these are GRRRRRREAT!
And we get to see the back! Though a fellow of the previously mentioned pack, I would be happy to forgo the usual and beloved bare Bellezza for a closer exposition of a textile treat cunningly caressing with fabulous fabric.
I am already returning to sad thinking we must wait a month for our new model to clear the skies again....
A very nice successful progression of variation on a few classic poses. The effect of our model model vividly transcending the dull lifeless background works.
Saturday, October 11th, 2014 on Anmu
I hope you found what you were feeling for.
Seems to be this gallery only.
Saturday, October 11th, 2014 on Netine
Such words should eventually become available with the upcoming Magwich Manual of Recommended Descriptive Vocabulary. Though frankly, you did magnificently without it.
Since my only internet access at the moment is a cellular data plan for my ipad, hi res is out of the question and I am left with thumbnails only. I don't remember a problem yesterday.
Ok. Thoughtful remarks about the common use of "save the day" have convinced me to move it to the "USE SPARINGLY" chapter of the Magwich Manual of Recommended Descriptive Vocabulary. My above comment is hereby officially edited to read, "Model and photographer elevate the day."
Well, I don't hate tattoos, hair, or bare. Gotta have something -just want to feel like I belong, you know?
Something tells me you are right. If so, I hope we get to see more of those skills shown soon.
Saturday, October 11th, 2014 on Iwaon
1) the landscape design and maintenance looks superb in its own right
2) it should provide great setting, color, and texture to flatter any model
3) it was the most positive opinion that came to mind at the time.
Saturday, October 11th, 2014 on Caeli
In our word parade
Here may masquerade
Saturday, October 11th, 2014 on Kreye
I have rach tied to a chair in my basement, torturing him by denying him access to a keyboard until he can recite mind-numbing psycho-babble.
Firstly, no one considers any young lady as "just pixels on a screen".
Magwich: "What makes great photography is the miracle of what happens in your own soul", "Fantasy is wonderful, and this work is marvelous as both artistry and fantasy", "exposure to her inner beauty is available to those lucky enough to be her friends, family, and loved ones", "every model is more than just a beautiful woman".
The world of Magwich is black and white and without color?
Magwich: "Our master of color manages a sense of warmth with black and blue", "what a play of curves, color, light, and shadow", "all combine perfectly to suffuse with golden elegance", "simplicity and neutrality of color, except for the luxuriously flattering green", "wonderfully warm light and color for the beautiful skin of our model", "pink panties played perfectly", "and those soulful, entrancing, fascinating, multi- colored eyes", and on it goes.
Magwich never sees the emotions or intentions of the artist and his muse?
"The photographer caught personality all over the place", "great sense of fun", "our model shines....", "excellent positive energy from our model", "what energetic joy from our model", "sweetness removal would require a rip in the fabric of the universe", "personality comes through here loud and clear", "conveying warmth and promise", "our artist's vision is so out of the ordinary and so successfully sultry.....", "loveliness and charm all the way", "avatar for the art and glory of the close and far", "Our photographer frequently gives us poses that fit model to model like hand to long elegant glove, providing grace and interest that surpass the usual 2 model pairing", "Dedication to new ideas and experimentation shows in your work.", "a collection of curious and cute expression", "that face shows awareness and amusement at our folly", "The skill of the artist and personality of model pop right off the page", "The 50 Star Smiles of Astrud", "It all conveys a sense of the impromptu.... let's have some fun.", "Concern for our artist is clearly conveyed: Don't fall of the counter, or into the flame."
Now who dismissed an entire album with "does this model even have a pussy?" What emotion or intention of the artist or muse was seen with that comment?
Now who dismissed the the women of the entire nation of France with "Exactly why I don't like French women!" Apparently in a non cynical world, French women are too hairy to have "the ability to communicate an inner beauty and sensuality".
Now who recently missed distinctly bright color in Luca's "Consome", seeing only black on white without color because there was, omg, hair there?
I can't complain about criticism -I dish out snide remarks aplenty. But in this case, it might have made more sense to call me a dumbass and leave it at that.
Too bad, I was hoping to blame you.
Friday, October 10th, 2014 on Iwaon
The last special offer I responded to for two sites gave me one. CCBill informed me I had only subscribed to one -I guess I was imagining what I saw on the sign up page. Some time after that, I received an email saying my card had been declined for a met site I had not tried to subscribe to. I don't think my cat was responsible. So no more payments through them, and no reason for more email offers.
The question isn't whether $99 is to much for one MetArt site, it's whether $400 is too much for 4.
Huh. You see Hitler. I thought I saw Elvis.
Friday, October 10th, 2014 on Haddia
So, do you have an opinion about this work of photography?
Friday, October 10th, 2014 on Maulie
Eyes to get lost in.
An embarrassment of riches can provide challenges to the photographer. This is the most skillful presentation of riches I can remember. The choice of clothing is as good as it gets. Excellent use of the kitchen for posing, especially in front of the beautiful workmanship of that window. Too few views from behind. Great posing. Fantastic smile.
Burn the baskets. Not approved in the Magwich Manual of Minimal Messiness. What are we doing in 112? Waiting for her to lay an egg?
My compliments to the gardener.
Friday, October 10th, 2014 on Caeli
HE DID NOT DO THAT.
As usual with our model, I worry I broke the 10 button.
I doubt we will see the likes of 95 again soon, which seems would require effort, perfection, and luck from both model and artist at the same precise moment. And has there ever been an open air shot like 96?
Color tint and light are not the best on my screen, a bit dull.
Skin tones look great backed by both the pale green fabric and the brick. The bleach white pillows return enough light to glare, and to a lesser extent, so do the white sheets and white architectural drawing on the wall; skin tones fare poorly. In every image with model in front of the drawing, clean lines of the body are interrupted and we lose the skin boosting effect of the brick. If I were the occupant of a space to be used for a model shoot, I think I might remove the clutter before the photographer arrived.
A Magwich Mention for Minimal Messiness with respect to the table lamps. The only unfortunate appearance of a lampshade is in the mirror in #15. And since it is not sprouting from the top of the head, I can count on fewer nightmares the next time I sleep.
I am still waiting for our photographer to give the same sort of artistic endeavor with this model as with the best of Nikia, Night, or Liv A. Myself I imagine a notion that there has been too much reliance on the considerable general skill of the artist and on some of overwhelmingly positive attributes of our super cute model. Even as good as we have already seen, I believe the best is yet to come.
On another note, does it not make sense that a person's development as a model could benefit from an occasional photoshoot with another photographer? Is it possible for one photographer to be inspired or challenged by the work of another with the same model?
Or give me a multi site deal.
I DID NOT DO THAT.
Theology a bit confused.
Boring? Please explain.
Send me $99, and I will accept your shill.
DG's suggested term for what has occasionally been called a "baby cannon". So those with a serious aversion to close ups are said to suffer from lagrandebellezzaphobia, otherwise known as the heebee GB's.
Friday, October 10th, 2014 on Kreye
What?! All those years of soul searching -now you are telling me I have to start over?. Lol. You prove that a short snappy one liner can surpass a mountain of text. With just a few words, you may have managed to convey a sense of your Inner Beauty!
What makes great photography is the miracle of what happens within your own soul when your brain interprets the signals sent by the retina upon being bombarded by photons from a two dimensional image. The "inner beauty" or "soul" of a stranger is not ours to see.
So is vision.
If those are too large to meet the definition of "breasts", what do you define them as?
Friday, October 10th, 2014 on Celeit
Perhaps bothering to look would help find something attractive.
Thursday, October 9th, 2014 on Kreye
You should certainly have a well blown and clear nostrils, now! ;)
I have no doubt that K ponders your likes and dislikes even before considering what she may like for breakfast.
Write to Monsieur Le President.
I believe I hear a rumbling in the sky coming from the vicinity of Asgard. Best stay away from Scandinavia or Minnesota, as well.
Oops, sorry. Didn't realize you had said it better with greater economy.
I would say not a bad day at all.
I am fairly certain that her warm sensuous sexuality would have no effect on my aunt (not too sure about my cousin), and that her admittedly classy style would offend a large number of folks at a recent Baptist camp revival to which I was invited (I ate the fine supper without showing her pictures, so I am just guessing). Exposure to her inner beauty is available to those lucky enough to be her friends, family, and loved ones. We do not live in a world where we believe a photograph captures the soul of a person. A camera is not a Ouija board. Every model is more than "just" a beautiful woman -it comes from being a person, not from working as a model. As for Rylsky's talent being "mere" photography, we are talking about a well established artist working in a well established artistic medium, neither of which merit relegation to meredom. Fantasy is wonderful, and this work is marvelous as both artistry and fantasy, but I like to occasionally recall that I walk upon terra firma.
If you have been trying for obnoxious, you have failed completely. (Except for that time you said you didn't agree with everything I said.)
Thursday, October 9th, 2014 on Consome
If only "a few" acknowledge that, maybe it's because it is about as useful as acknowledging that someone has a choice of what to eat for breakfast.
The perfect kind.
This was supposed to be a reply to Tokyo
Color is less than vivid on my ipad. Fantastic eye makeup. Too few views from behind. Too little attention given to what must anywhere be the finest color of pink shading to dark tan.
Thursday, October 9th, 2014 on Presenting Lora
Good eye, sir.
Hair color and style, makeup, lighting, pose, poise, and setting all combine perfectly to suffuse with golden elegance. I know our artist prefers specifics in comments, but what is there to say at this level of good?
I might have preferred to see the panties closer in full glory against la grande Bellezza, but this is the classiest effective removal sequence I can remember (up until 39, when the panties look like a slingshot that should be aimed at the camera lens).
102: Three brown eyes twinkling.
I came to see Venus, not watch TV.
The chair and the scarlet goddess are a great match, the rest of the setting can be junked.
Thursday, October 9th, 2014 on Celeit
I saw obnoxiously busy and glaring wallpaper, the reflexion of lights in a picture on the wall, and a glare that might have been a table. I think I noticed a model in there, but when I did, she frequently seemed to be missing parts.
Thursday, October 9th, 2014 on Pirua
Did you like anything else?
Wednesday, October 8th, 2014 on Consome
That photo got a ten from me. One of many for an album I didn't think I liked......
Wednesday, October 8th, 2014 on Perlany
For real, they definitely go with Yani's ultra-cute butt.
Wednesday, October 8th, 2014 on Prospora
The black panties against the red chair is one of the strong points here. A few more images with varied poses would be an improvement. Without the black and red, what are we left with? A dull grey floor with dull lavender curtains clashing with a blue poster that should have been removed before shooting.
How nice to allow that someone is a person with their own decisions to make. Any opinion on the quality of the work?
Ok fellows, so we have preferences. If I prefer a bare mons and hate table lamps, does that have to be the end of the story?
Ok, so I get an F for proof reading.
But you gave up at #3?! If you saw no pink, you had you had you eyes closed.
Model and photographer save the day. The contrast between skin and dark hair looked great with the bright red. Clever continuity of color with the blanket after losing the shirt. Fantastic posing captured well with creative camera work shows off our model well. Despite the usual occasional bizarre crop by our photographer, still the best framing by far today, in my opinion. A clean, precision trim that, in fact, hides nothing while perfectly framing and highlighting a lovely shade of pink. The most interesting and notable trim in months. Overall, vivid piece of artistry with few weaknesses.
Ugly setting. Ugly pot. Sickly plant. Bland Color. Dreadful nails. Some decent posing considering the location. #40 is a beautiful miracle.
Sassy and classy.
Monday, October 6th, 2014 on Yogana
Also, sometimes the rule of squint prevention comes into play at some point at the 202 level.
A talented and risk taking poser with an artist that can work in outdoor light on water with a white boat. Bravo.
Monday, October 6th, 2014 on Theku
Je suis d'accord.
I support your nomination; with this model, how could I do otherwise? I do prefer a bit more shading of coloration. Trick of the morning light?
Sunday, October 5th, 2014 on Valenthi
Bit late, sorry.
Noble Order of the Sweet Nutcrackers.
Saturday, October 4th, 2014 on Hamiry
Maybe a description with an example of what is disliked would be helpful to me. Without clarification, I don't have the artistic edification required to know what is meant by this heavy handed, tactless, looks like shit comment.
Saturday, October 4th, 2014 on Pinedia
"Attribeauts" has now been added to the Magwich Manual of Recommended Descriptive Vocabulary.
Saturday, October 4th, 2014 on Seone
What does chocolate syrup put in the bump and grind?
Saturday, October 4th, 2014 on Jenbide
I understand where you are coming from with your response, mostly.
It is a one to ten scale. One is part of the scale. How does using it imply spite or a lack of knowledge ("ignorant"). It seems to me scores would be most useful if we made use of the whole scale with a standard bell curve, instead of cramming our scores at one end. Tens could be given in the manner you have suggested with an eleven (I think it was you). If we won't use a three, that gives an eight less worth.
Ah, thanks for the enlightenment. Stupid ole me just thought someone went to a junkyard with a wrench, removed an actual tire from a broken down truck, and threw it in a pool. Now I get it, it's a bona fide, purpose made, shout it out POOL FLOAT!
I hear what you are saying, and wish I saw what you see, and am happy if no one else lets a pattern on a tube evoke memories that prevent enjoyment of the quality of the presentation.
A bit too much whitening
Can be somewhat frightening
Great work with the mirror
Saturday, October 4th, 2014 on Presenting Rafaella
To travel downhill, does a ship need sails?
Saturday, October 4th, 2014 on Esenji
And big kudos for the choice and presentation of panties. The colors work great and the tag that says "pink" is fetchingly cute.
Saturday, October 4th, 2014 on Oduri
Our model presents a fascinating set of skin tones -tan, white, brown, pink, along with the purple -the potential of which is never quite captured, from my perspective. Focus, light, or framing too often were oh so close but not quite there. Excellent neutral background colors, light but not stark white.
And yet, the result is a ten from me.
Friday, October 3rd, 2014 on Delisty
1) It was your analogy
2) an unpleasant thought arises about identity
Thursday, October 2nd, 2014 on Rinista
So, if you store wood in a fireplace, what are you storing it for?
Thursday, October 2nd, 2014 on Acrile
Magwich offers his highest praise for this offering.
Amazing contrast of light and dark. (I lowered the brightness on my ipad. Also this effect would not have worked on anything but a black screen)
Nice hint of an oriental theme with makeup, earrings, and fabric.
Reflections on the still water.
Excellent varied use of the shirt.
A nice sequence of poses, varied but not a jumble.
A "just so" and needed sense of color from the stockings.
Pretty kitty at the edge of the dark.
Placement of hair strands on the chest.
And always, our model, as good as ever.Crinkled plastic behind the chair interrupted the general look.
Something (lip liner?) distracted at the bottom of the lip.
A couple of times I wanted to smash that chair. 96 made my cry big tears.
The perspective of a couple of the images from behind was unkind to mammarian delight. (Ok, fine, I will depart from the Manual for the sake of clarity. A couple of times the perspective made the tits look like they had been moved lower on the body.)
And now for another unMagwich like opinion; and I've stretched up a net to protect myself from thrown rotten tomatoes soon to come from my fellows: It would have been more consistent with the general look and feel and effect of this imagery to have less hair below the mons. So shoot me.
Thursday, October 2nd, 2014 on Simeia
Why? The opportunity was not lost to complain about another Rylsky set.
Yep. Just look how ruined that face is.
Great cute posing with harsh lighting (on my screen). From my perspective, could have been very good.
Thursday, October 2nd, 2014 on Usiru
Ok, was it the hair band, the sneakers, the lollipop, what? Just because it doesn't appeal to you means that those of us who like it are a target market of whom attracted to what sort of people looking like what, exactly? Lilly is not exactly new here. My ex wife was 24 when we got married. She wore clothes like this sometimes and had a penchant for lollipops. She taught students who were themselves adults.
I have seen so many beautiful streams used as dumps for tires and trash that this has no appeal to me, no matter how good the photography may be or how happy I am that this photographer is a contributor.
Thursday, October 2nd, 2014 on Seone
This sort of chopping is so common here one might think Met Art has a deal with Cargill.
Nipple halos bugged me more than they usually do.
Thursday, October 2nd, 2014 on Linede
Thank you, good sir! Excellent panty display, there.
Thursday, October 2nd, 2014 on Tenzion
'Tis I, the one called "BIMBO". Rylsky was "nanowit", and Baggy was "full of shit as a 10 cent burrito". Our fellow was Link Hogthrob whose comments frequently get thumbs up from me (like the one below). We all seem better in some situations than others.
A very strange and surreal room.....
Please find one woman who would be pleased with facial hair that was never trimmed.
Why say this site ignores hair when it doesn't?
What's to like here?
An uncluttered setting that seems to have no purpose but to exist for the presence of this model.
Perfect clarity (on my ipad)
Elegant and classy combined with openly explicit.
A white background without glare or washout.
Simplicity and neutrality of color, except for the luxuriously flattering green.
Simplicity and neutrality of texture and design, except for the fancy frame of the sofa (and it's not silver!)
Incredible ass/leg combo posing.
A presentation of la grande bellezza and her little friend as good as anywhere on site.
Whole body shots with the effect of close ups.
Mostly superb framing (rach's objections noted)Perhaps not the best facial expressions of our model. Perhaps she is not entirely comfortable with the temperature.
Perhaps could use the dress more creatively. Some photos with it pulled up and some with it dropping down, with not so many bunched around the middle.
Part of the mons is lost in the lovely 117. (And 121)
The luscious 121 might (I'm just saying might) be improved with a lower camera angle.
Not really that many problems with the head here, certainly not when compared to the rest of the site.
Noooooo! Coloration and shading is part of beautiful skin!
A nice album of our uber cute hot model. Makeup, hair, lighting, and camera work are especially flattering of her face.
This photoset is a candidate to appear in the soon to be never published influential Magwich Manual of Minimal Messiness as an example of background clutter that detracts and distracts from the main subject.
Thursday, October 2nd, 2014 on Petaye
Carry on with the Crusade for Proper Panty 'Pretiation n Presentation!
Some of these are good......
Sunday, September 28th, 2014 on Fajina
This is, in my opinion, a truly extraordinary effort on so many levels, and worthy of a full Magwich Mention. So much to laud, praise, and curse. But dammit, far less worthy legal interrogatories demand my attention. Stupid judges. ("Sorry, your honor, I was busy discussing the dancing play of light across the peeking Bellezza of pretty Paloma"). Well, maybe I will make it back, by which time everyone else will have moved on. Now on to the morning exercise routine, for which, alas, our model will not accompany me.
Friday, September 26th, 2014 on Pinedia
Stop the chop.
Friday, September 26th, 2014 on Presenting Amarna Miller
I need help. I see those tulips from Matiss in every one of these images.
Thursday, September 25th, 2014 on Nigeno
Polka dot Popka with Peeks.
Thursday, September 25th, 2014 on Niruda
Several great images in amongst tulips of terror.
The light with the bleach white background messed up a possibly great color combination.
Thursday, September 25th, 2014 on Hytea
Unusually creative and fantastic posing and camera angles. Excellent positive energy from our model. Lighting that frequently works well as it plays across the skin. I'll stop with positives.
Thursday, September 25th, 2014 on Sukafu
Well that's a bonus from my perspective!
You seem quite well provoked.
Wednesday, September 24th, 2014 on Lostato
Triple waste of time.
I'll sign up for any lighting class Ms. Schon wishes to teach.
So, in your world, any photograph of La grande Bellezza cannot be artistic photography?
I would say our artist left out part of the story: the end.
Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014 on Daburu
Forgot the fanny.
Time for a new monitor
Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014 on Centago
I believe usee's comment allows that he sees the positive in many of the images, hence the "but". Telling us what he liked and did not might have been more interesting, but if you found the comment tedious, at least his tediousness was brief.
Sunday, September 21st, 2014 on Irrestema
That mons deserves more attention from our artist
Sunday, September 21st, 2014 on Zalada
The strengths mentioned are noted. But One might still want better focus, more natural looking make up, fewer chopped off knees.
Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 on Scinea
Nice posing in a very affecting see through top with some nice panty views as well. The contrast between the blue vase and the pink flowers somehow help show off the model.
Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 on Brallu
For me, our artist hit a full range of 2 to 10 here. I especially hate the light directly into the camera, especially between the legs. Even so, the backlight provides some marvelous effects. I am not a fan of bunching clothing around the midriff (71), but it frequently works well (58, 85). There are great images focused on boobs and butt (too few) along with wonderful whole body shots. And always the model conveys a sense of joy. Overall, a ten from me, with some photos with aspects I found frustrating. Definitely a pictorial I would not wish to miss.
Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 on Leagi
I counted 10 out of 130.
That's worth far more than two cents.
The angle of the sun, along with just enough green, and the pink granite are perfect complements for our model's coloration. An amazing pictorial of one of the most beautiful of women in a stunningly location with randomly interspersed mediocre close ups.
Is that a tombstone in the background? Lucky stiff.
Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 on Asmide
Verily, for real, my respects to your parents on this day, and thanks to you for making this a better place.
Sunday, September 14th, 2014 on Ariti
I feel inadequate to make a comment worthy of this offering.
I salute you. I look forward to the next time you can't remain silent.
1) the initial comment is only mildly objectionable.
2) Rylsky's desire that his work not be interpreted in a political fashion is understandable.
3) The placement of my first comment directly under yours was unfair since it was directed towards later comments as well.
4) You completely freaked out as if Rylsky had dumped rotten fish in your living room, when he was simply expressing a desire that his work not be politicized. He has no power to threaten you in any way.
5) it was you, not me the BIMBO, that introduced the Constitution into the commentary, which would only be relevant if a government entity in the US were trying to take action against you, which is silly.
6) you implied that because you were an American, you automatically had some sort of superior understanding than other people. This was embarrassing to yourself and your countrymen.
7) I, clown, was making fun by suggesting in the same vein that I myself had some sort of superiority simply by having sit in some class. (If you want to learn more about your Constitution, you could do worse than reading the Wikipedia article on John Hart Ely and reading his book.)
8) You resort to petty insults in CAPS, non sequitur logic, and misrepresentation of the statements of others and behave as if you have been badly wronged. Absurd, yes.
Saturday, September 13th, 2014 on Bituna
I propose that the Association lodge a formal protest against suds.
Also, by the end of the pictorial, the number of times that lovely triangle was blocked by water or suds, my temper was pretty much lost.
The play of light on skin was flattering and dramatic, but left too many dark areas.
A great deal of physical and creative effort must have gone into this by both artist and model.
Saturday, September 13th, 2014 on Ereksa
That green very much brings out the best in her skin tone, even where the green shows but little. The tangled panties were actually cute here.
Saturday, September 13th, 2014 on Passera
It is difficult to tell from the comment, but it may simply refer to the effect of photos themselves and not the model.
@u see wrinkles
Specificity has utility.
What's good about Rylsky?
1) his work ethic, who else can produce like him?
2) his portraits, referring to faces, not orientation. Who else does faces better?
3) his rapport with his subjects. This is inferred, I have not had the privilege myself, and am still awaiting my invitation.
4) the ability to work in confined spaces. Most other artists should stay away from showers and alcoves.
5) being able to put together a team. He surely isn't doing all the excellent makeup himself, for example.
6) consistent quality. Considering his output, he gives us remarkably little that is howlingly bad.
7) lighting. I rarely think the lighting sucks, no matter what the location, and he must be skilled with color.
8) his commentary. 1st, he makes the effort. 2nd, it is intelligent, entertaining, and thought provoking, even when he is a jerk (something that never happens to me, of course)
9) he must be a good location scout.
10) his work with black or dark backgrounds with one color
11) his skill with light skin, especially with dark hair
12) progression. Several images in a row with small changes in pose that maintain interest and fascination without seeming boringly repetitive. It usually works.
19) the wet sets. I understand if some hate them, and I don't like them all, but I don't see anyone saying he isn't GOOD at it.
I challenge my fellows to fill in my numbers that got eaten by gremlins, and to add others.
Definitely PPC, Assosciation, ORPP, and a fan club of her own. And which word do you think needs extra precision?
Saturday, September 13th, 2014 on Presenting Eva Jane
Saturday, September 13th, 2014 on Etarot
My balls seem to think clothes make some difference. So do my neighbors.
Sorry about that broken record, maybe there is specialty music store that can fix it. If not, it may be time to consider throwing it away.
The numerical scale is now broken. Only words will do.
Photographer's rating: WOW.
Model's rating: HOLY SMOKE.
As for the setting, I'll take it. House, yard, and everything in it. Current occupants may keep the statuary, if they must.
What are you talking about? What can be lacking in 73? The photographer caught personality all over the place.
Neanderthal? Not even Homo. Primates? Doubtful. Mammalia? Guess we have to grant you that, what with the boob comment.....
Mine failed completely before #10.
I regret that I have but one thumb to give....
A big bonus from me for creative camera work and posing, both. Some of the poses with the hand next to the mouth seem klunky. The combination of color, light, makeup, and facial expressions make for an overall effect that is less than vibrant.
I hope we get to see more of what this team can achieve together, and certainly don't want to wait as long to see this model again.
Saturday, September 13th, 2014 on Nefera
Worship the model and dis the photographer.
....you prefer speculating about people wanking to straight lines?
I am quite certain that I couldn't disagree more: Humor is to be advertented as much as possible, your derivation of amusement is anything but inordinate.
Friday, September 12th, 2014 on Stoesmi
You write well and clearly, leaving little room for misunderstanding.
If the comments contained no interesting analysis or critique, I wouldn't bother reading it.
There is no Pulitzer for erotic photography, and who are we to say now that amongst the thousands of photographs here, none will be considered masterpieces? For many, there is more to appreciate here than the inspiration necessary to remove a lens cap.
As for the content of the commentary, I'll take the rude and pithy over bland faint praise any day.
Friday, September 12th, 2014 on Bituna
Try a straight google search, MUCH more entertaining.
Friday, September 12th, 2014 on Ozane
A great dress that begged for upshots and poses not vertical.
Friday, September 12th, 2014 on Toncuva
a risky lighting choice that paid off. The lingerie is classy and effective. Many images without suffered for the lack of color, although the shoes help, especially where the red color is visible on the bottom. The full body and mostly full body shots are better than the others.
Friday, September 12th, 2014 on Mesati
One day I am going to go through a Paramov offering and explain why every single picture was ruined by the model and would have been better if it had only been model x.
Thursday, September 11th, 2014 on Ozane
I wish my passport photographer had done nothing for me this well.
Thursday, September 11th, 2014 on Nesota
This was supposed to go under my earlier comment "OORP". Seems to have been moved by ectoplasmic interference.
Have we seen a Paramov Popka?
Give yourself some credit. You must be a little above zero skill. You seem to be able to remove a lens cap.
Thursday, September 11th, 2014 on Bituna
Wow! Yesterday you suggested the only inspiration needed by a Met Art photographer was that sufficient to remove a lens cap. I wish I could subscribe to your website. Your photography must be amazing.
....then we all went surfing?
Thursday, September 11th, 2014 on Giocate
After the sandwiching of American Constitutional Law between "BIMBO" and a Hogthrob ass, I am curious to find out what follows.
Here does impress
Well put. I see your comment below and I tip my hat to you along with thumbs for the above and below.
It is an imaginary woman in 1954. No one was claiming she was insulting anything, that was the point.
Who threatened censorship? You have quite the imagination, don't you?
And as an American, I CLAIM NO MORE STATUS ON THIS SITE THAN ANYONE ELSE. As an American, I don't doubt anyone else's understanding because they are not. As an American, I don't think I'm funny "maybe because of our Constitution" [proper noun added]. I actually studied Con Law, under John Hart Ely, how about you? Maybe now I will start my sentences with, "as a student of John Hart Ely........" And then end my sentences with my nose in the air "I doubt you will understand." Won't everyone be impressed?
I am an American. I knew what today is. What I saw was "A successful, flattering, and vibrant combination of color and lighting"... with a nice trim. Just exactly what other way was I intentionally not looking? The way not desperate to see an insult where none exists, perhaps?
Well, I don't understand. If you mean that R was trying to teach someone else what it means to be an American, then there would be no reason for him to have understood, since he would obviously never think to do such a thing. With respect, I call foul.
Just my own opinion, of course:
How utterly shallow to trivialize such a horror with such a petty comparison. How preposterous, small, nasty, and mean to criticize others for a pretty girl on a retro (50's ?) plane themed bed. Is that real respect?
If one absolutely cannot keep from seeing symbolism in an EROTIC ART PICTORIAL, then see a plane turned into a bed as a sword beaten into a ploughshare.
Imagine a pinup of a woman sitting on an airplane wing. I can't imagine anyone on December 7, 1954, whining that the woman was insulting the memory of Pearl Harbor.
No one else yet for Popka Perfection?
Multiple points well made.
Thursday, September 11th, 2014 on Titoria
A sentiment barely surpassable.
Fer real, you would be gladder if you did have her job.
Due to blandness. ;)
Thursday, September 11th, 2014 on Stoesmi
The first part of my original statement, "both artist and model are anything but bland", says that I think both are the opposite of bland. Hence the, "anything but". If Lucky could not disagree more, then it follows that he disagrees with my assessment that Macy is "anything but bland".
I apologize for any confusion caused by my original sentence having two parts, and for my apparent failure in pointing out the unintended meaning of Lucky's strongly stated overbroad double negative.
A successful, flattering, and vibrant combination of color and lighting, except for an occasional glare from the skin. The focus of the posing was certainly to my liking, mostly well framed. The make up gave a different look for our model, which I appreciated more as I looked. Nice trim, which might have received closer attention.
She seems not especially happy, and the general effect seems less than vibrant. The framing could be better and the faux set is cluttered.
Thursday, September 11th, 2014 on Tichett
The location ends up looking better shown than our model. The lighting seemed off and the posing a bit awkward.
White done right
Thursday, September 11th, 2014 on Chanimi
Your standard for good is being able to remove a lens cap? How flattered all Met Art photographers must feel.
Wednesday, September 10th, 2014 on Giocate
Where did anyone complain about close ups? At least keep gratuitous insults on point.
Tuesday, September 9th, 2014 on Stoesmi
You think Macy and Arkisi ARE bland, then?
I always like more than some of your shots.
Tuesday, September 9th, 2014 on Presenting Analisa
Both artist and model are anything but bland, but that's what we got today.
Many times we see ugly rooms that present interesting and excellent settings for pictorials. This ugly room is not one of them.
Our artist's vision of this luscious treat is top, no doubt. If only that vision were clearer.
Tuesday, September 9th, 2014 on Titoria
Devious minds think alike, by the hundreds, no doubt. [hint to photographer]
Astonishingly stunning and adorable posing, much of which is marred by focus and framing problems. #98 should be noted in the annals of the Association as one of the year's great tragedies.
Neither the brown bedspread nor the bleach white sheets are good complements for our model's skin tones.
Still fantastic, overall.
25: Sotheby's reports $1.5 million for "Man in Wife Beater, With Stick".
Monday, September 8th, 2014 on Presenting Veselin
A few 10's. A good day for hair, fuzz, la grande Bellezza, one pose, and not much else.
Monday, September 8th, 2014 on Durathy
Some great poses, like 27 to 33. It's nice to see the various side reclining poses, we usually see too few. Somewhat bland combination of color light and skin tone. Many great images of great eyes, especially when the facial expression is just right.
Sunday, September 7th, 2014 on Presenting Analisa
Many 10's. Many of which are un-tenned with the distraction of that light. Most of the landscapes are far more effective on my screen than the portraits. A bit stingy with the butt.
Sunday, September 7th, 2014 on Fotonera
Now let's think about that........
Saturday, September 6th, 2014 on Enoila
I frequently appreciate fading focus. And partly here it may have been a result of the camera work, which I liked. I think our photographer should continue to experiment in this way. Take risks, aspire to escape the limitations of the common standard.
Friday, September 5th, 2014 on Tileza
I may need explication.
Friday, September 5th, 2014 on Ilfile
I hope Catherine falls for it.
Friday, September 5th, 2014 on Presenting Ginger
I mean we like scrumptious bad girls. Cleverness is hit or miss, for me.
Friday, September 5th, 2014 on Guerda
Oh, seriously, smash the damned urn. Definitely not approved in the Magwich Manual of Minimal Messiness.
Friday, September 5th, 2014 on Presenting Layna
Ridiculously cut up jean shorts work ridiculously well. Should have kept them around, not a whole lot of interest from the very brown setting. I hope we see more of the potential of our model.
The ball woks sometimes. Just not nearly as often as it gets used.
Friday, September 5th, 2014 on Enoila
Fantastic everything. Brilliant bustier. Less than inspired posing. Eyes could get closer attention, though we're not likely to miss them. Incredible waist to hip flare neglected, as well as the mons.
Friday, September 5th, 2014 on Ayore
Nice pillow perch.
Great posing and excellent camera work.
Some bad framing. Toes!
Occasionally loss of focus where focus was wanted.
Blue light is too blue.
Thursday, September 4th, 2014 on Tileza
Nomination to the Assosciation, milk chocolate division. There IS no defense against the dark arts.
One picture to give some context to the setting would have been helpful to my brain. Where is she, exactly?
Hair just a bit frizzy. If that piece of furniture had been propped up higher, or the camera had been higher, capturing reflections might have been easier.
I hope I didn't break the "10" button by over clicking.
Thursday, September 4th, 2014 on Sezala
Nuzzlable Navels rank with nibblable nipples.
A subcommittee of The Knights of the Noble Nipple. Or should that be the Knights of Ni?
Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014 on Ilfile
Fear not, few have shown red better.
Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014 on Presenting Ginger
My aunt says, try this cookie and tell me how it tastes. I try the cookie and say I probably need to try ten more before I can give an opinion. The after cookie number 11, I say, maybe just one more to be sure.
We do like the bad scrumptious ones, don't we?
Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014 on Guerda
A joint banquet by The PPC and the Association in honor of this pictorial should occur soon.
Monday, September 1st, 2014 on Boheda
Observation here reveals something close to black.
Excellent choice of fabric, light, color. I'm not sure about the model. I might not be sure until I see about 10 more pictorials.
Monday, September 1st, 2014 on Presenting Ginger
So how does it compare to the dead ones?
Monday, September 1st, 2014 on Ilfile
I see the nipple needs a counterpart to the PP Club and the Assosciation.
Lots of light in a setting with lots of light - done well.
A mirror that is never distracting or visually awkward - well done.
Upskirt, downblouse, falling off the shoulder, peeking - use the dress, or lose it.
It looks like a better angle would show an outstanding mons.
More of the back would be nice, what we can see hiding in the mirror in #5 looks enticing.
Monday, September 1st, 2014 on Bastise
You needn't have asked. You had plenty of support before you finished typing.
Oh hell, kids? Terrible things!
Saturday, August 30th, 2014 on Seguiro
Let's hang him from a tree
A lynching it will be.
Saturday, August 30th, 2014 on Volgi
The nearly perfect 92 is nearly ruined with the light.
The bra and panties are worthy of more attention.
I am tired of this bathroom, but not with what our artist accomplished with it.
Saturday, August 30th, 2014 on Hamiry
I must have really poor taste since I very much admire the work of "the worst photographer on met art".
Saturday, August 30th, 2014 on Presenting Marisa Nicole
A powerful parade of peeks.
Those grape vines aspire to be tentacles.
Iron the dress.
Saturday, August 30th, 2014 on Vudille
A positive and descriptive comment. There is good reason it has the most thumbs.
Perhaps lashes from a whip would better suit.
That blood is Parthian and Greek, with a bit of Mongol, I insist.
Thursday, August 28th, 2014 on Seguiro
Our artist is successful in recreating the color effect of a bowl of Lucky Charms cereal. Only missing the blue diamonds. Let's hope this is not the first of a themed series. I don't want to see this followed up by Count Chocula or anything else with an artistic value equal to nutritional value.
Wednesday, August 27th, 2014 on Mirinda
Fixed. Entertaining while it lasted.
Tuesday, August 26th, 2014 on Tilab
I have frequently given an opinion along the lines of "our model looks just fine when we can see the top of her head". I see I need to add a bit of clarification: Our model looks just fine when we can see the top of her head, especially when the top of her head is attached to the rest of her head.
Monday, August 25th, 2014 on Tilab
Thanks to those who assisted and supported our good fellow.
Monday, August 18th, 2014 on Hawqab
Generally I think spaces in bathrooms are too confining for good photography. The ones here with the sink under our model are vey good. That tile made for a distracting background. Some especially nice work with feet and shoes.
Monday, August 18th, 2014 on Neurie
10+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ for the model
1- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - for the photographer
The life of Mr. Cellophane.
Monday, August 18th, 2014 on Chajio
I only clicked once!
I see the point when looking at the thumbnail photos. After that, the point seems lost...
Well, at least you tried to close the ticket.........
Monday, August 18th, 2014 on Acilmasi
Very nice indeed [with sunglasses].
Sunday, August 17th, 2014 on Serila
Thursday, August 14th, 2014 on Reserza
I was unaware. Now I know why I'm irregular.
Thursday, August 14th, 2014 on Ardite
This is not the trim to complain about today.
Wednesday, August 13th, 2014 on Ritoua
#87: right then, right there, the best place on earth.
"Wonderful features": has now been added to the Manual
Tuesday, August 12th, 2014 on Fineo
Hoping for more pure delight with enhanced opportunity for looks upon.
Tuesday, August 12th, 2014 on Shiya
Look out for flame spurts, lighting sand, and rodents of unusual size.
Sunday, August 10th, 2014 on Dehada
It all looks to be in good working order to me.
Heaps of Jagged dead palm frond are enough to create nostalgia for a more comfy gravel beach.
Saturday, August 9th, 2014 on Dehada
cheekbones, ears, nose, jawline, chin, neck, feet worthy of being shown whole, 2 innies, navel, and those soulful entrancing fascinating multi colored eyes......
Friday, August 8th, 2014 on Anseo
Well,........... maybe more of the back and closer wouldn't hurt.
Friday, August 8th, 2014 on Epheto
Truly, for real,
My fears for your comment were fully realized. (;
Friday, August 8th, 2014 on Hernen
......or keep it. But please don't dye it lavender with that backlight.
Our artist jumped full in. What is good is heart stoppingly fantastic and what is bad is heart wrenching.
Plentiful pleasing panty peeking poses from perky Patricity? Perfectly peachy!
Friday, August 8th, 2014 on Penhud
It's so difficult placing things in such a way as to draw attention, isn't it?
Thursday, August 7th, 2014 on Aldei
Perhaps it's just me, but it seems like a whole foot has more appeal than most of a foot.
Thursday, August 7th, 2014 on Presenting Rosett
#16 - Ow! Hey don't kick me in the face, I was just peeking!
Color looks good on my screen. Except for that horse.
Thursday, August 7th, 2014 on Alydne
I'm moving on to orange horses.
Every image with the lamp would have been better without it except for #58. The orange horse galloping towards our model's face didn't add much either.
I liked the poses in 104 (peek) and 105 (leaning forward).
As well as an analysis based upon the height of the photographers, a statistical breakdown of the number of tattoos of the makeup artists would be super exciting.
Quite a lot of this excellent imagery is not ruined with sloppily chopped crops.
Thursday, August 7th, 2014 on Jedobio
I appreciate the versatile use of fabric. And the the lighting used to supplement the dawn/sunset is better than usual.
I do so love the glare of the noonday sun reflected on the water. Not to worry, we will no doubt see it on the next beach we see.
I'd like to own stock in that store.
I'd love it if it were kept the same, bared completely, or grown and braided with bows on.
Jovial? Now I'm just cryin'.......
Wednesday, August 6th, 2014 on Likami
Hangs, stupid spell checker.
Wednesday, August 6th, 2014 on Sorente
Hey! DNA test says my family is in 99.99th percentile for amount of Neanderthal ancestry. I'll knock knuckles that hang low or butt brows that hang over with anyone insulting my family. Neanderthals are nothing if not noble. So There. (And some of us are hairy, and some aren't - I ain't sayin' which is which.)
Wednesday, August 6th, 2014 on Rettae
And here I must mention
A cause for despair
Too little attention
For waist to hip flare.
#18 is ......just...............(help me out, before I pass out).
Short shirt cute panties. Can't go wrong. The panties were lost way too soon, but were gracefully lost instead of hanging around to be tortured. They used em, and losed em.
Color is a bit drab for a setting that is not. Is it just my ipad? Curve lost in 68 with nothing gained.
Wednesday, August 6th, 2014 on Canidom
Surprisingly not terrible for a shower setting, especially on the floor. It did not hurt that my expectations were low from the cover. Wet clinging fabric is usually a winner, and looks good here, bit what's the point of wet fabric if it simply Hans open?
As soon as I saw the cover, Simultaneously I thought:1) Rylsky, 2) I bet I like it, 3) I bet the score is relatively low. And so it was. The same thing happened with his "vihaky" with Night from 5 July. I am happy to see that numerical appreciation for that one has increased, as that one of my favorites on the site.
I can't think of any artist who does better with dark hair and light skin. Especially with the face. The color scheme, all neutral, except for the one color, is also a strength of our photographer. In the recent "citta" with Night, it was green, she looked great.
While I'm not fond of fabric bunched round the midriff, the white as backing for the mons was effective. Our artist is good with sequences showing a progression of images with small changes. Some sequences are better than others, of course. I am less displeased here than others seem to be.
The pillow hug in 64 is a charmer. It may have charmed more with the top of her head.
If it's all just the same
I like you heard
But not seen
Then bushwhack to appease.
Tho the sentiment be boring,
Said without causing snoring
Of such short fluffy stuff
There is never enuff
What is this?
What will happ'n to me
If I do find
That I should agree
With good fellow
Ah, indeed, yes. Vat Vill she?
Wednesday, August 6th, 2014 on Welesa Wil
U R forgivven.
Wednesday, August 6th, 2014 on Valith
Once more for triple TMI.
Tuesday, August 5th, 2014 on Citta
There were 2 statements. The first was, essentially, x+y=z. The second was z-x=y. Where z is a woman and x is hair. They are the same statement. I did not equate "small girl" with "small infant". They were used interchangeably (y must be equal to y). In any case, either statement by itself seems weird.
Pretty much any visual preference I have expressed with respect to hair or tattoos or whatever has leaned towards appreciation for diversity of expression (except for table lamps).
The average age for the onset of puberty has been dropping. Pubic hair is not a sign of sign of adulthood. Showing it won't allow someone to vote. We don't require beardless bald men to show it to purchase alcohol.
Now, as for that teddy bear...........
An absence of panties
I won't bemoan
But abusing them badly
Risks a thrown stone
Tuesday, August 5th, 2014 on Valith
Not too well croppped, either.
Don't forget downblouse. Don't block the view with tea. Some cups are more interesting than others.
Monday, August 4th, 2014 on Citta
Hair turns a small girl (infant in line 2) into a sexy woman? Prison release should be deferred indefinitely.
I have no doubt such finely Profund Premium Prose will be as appreciated at the next "premium" site as it has been here. Hopefully vile trickery will not be required to obtain payment there, and payment will simply be considered a civilized custom.
Thanks for the brief and interesting visit, with an emphasis on brief.
86 is as good as it gets. With a large bonus: hair is irrelevant.
Hahahahaha. My nefarious plan to drug the unwary for the purpose of having the treasure all to myself is working!
Sunday, August 3rd, 2014 on Luogo
I am not sure that you are not suffering from LaGrandeBelezza' sLittleFriendoPhobia. The Association offers free counseling.
Nooooooooooo!!!! The ensuing commentary has been entertaining and thought provoking!
Sunday, August 3rd, 2014 on Termali
It seems I must lower myself to the lowest of the low to save this comment from the shame of thunblessness. :(
I can, indeed, lose. I can be at loss of speech. I can lose a few beats of the heart, or the whole thing altogether. As for money, well, she is welcome to bring me to ruin.
In the absence of further objection (and there better hadn't be any), I think Recognition will no doubt be forthcoming at the next meeting.
Hey. Y'all are hurtin' my feelings. Yer talkin like I didn't address foggy's query. See? Down there at the bottom? first? Norespectatall. I must be Mr Cellophane.
Sunday, August 3rd, 2014 on Prolece
Well, then take it personally.
Our Respected Pantifex has spoken.
"PAAP"?!! No. Smear that.
OORP has a broadly circular mandate compared to the more precisely focused Assosciation.
There are limitations to what we can get down the toilet, alas.
Our tasteful taggers have granted certain permissions for the activity you suggest.
I am not sure some of those words mean what you think they mean. Perhaps you might consider drinking the wine in front of you.
The good gentleman speaks true.
The very thought of a female person holding a camera is SHOCKING! Just SHOCKING! Good Lord, what if one decided to study chemistry, or to drive a car?
Laziness is bad. It can lead to a lack of creativity while composing insults.
"Thingy?" That's a Tatarian Flyin' Carpet bearing the Treasure of the Golden Horde.
I looked real real close. Saw no sign of pain, and that's not what I felt while lookin'.
So you would not let me have an 11+ infinity? That just shortened my birthday list.
Sunday, August 3rd, 2014 on Scheen
Skin analysis actually occurs at the pre preselection.
Organization for the Recognition of Popka Perfection
Extra! Extra! Beauty Survives Attack By Giant Mosquito!
Agreed. What led you to this series?
Saturday, August 2nd, 2014 on Fair Play
This visit by our lovely model taint a bad reason for a nomination to the Association.
Saturday, August 2nd, 2014 on Curoti
Continue repeating, please. Except a couple of nice peeks, the panties were wasted. Use 'me or lose 'em.
Saturday, August 2nd, 2014 on Piedava
Shirt hall of fame.
Saturday, August 2nd, 2014 on Rander
So how is your view different?
Friday, August 1st, 2014 on Spiva
Might even be vexy.
Friday, August 1st, 2014 on Gallin
No bad. Vexy is now in the Manual. Very Sexy, even vexatiously so.
Free? Gotta link for that?
Friday, August 1st, 2014 on Motery
Friday, August 1st, 2014 on Presenting Connie
Cuz ads and surveys make me cross.
Friday, August 1st, 2014 on Ratisel
Friday, August 1st, 2014 on Enundo
When an earring covers half a face, it's too big.
Because I'm too lazy to steal.
Friday, August 1st, 2014 on Hasiru
Call the Doctor. A leg is disappearing into a rip in the fabric of time in twenty-nine.
The SPPP cries foul (society for the prevention of panty oppression).
Requesting a special session of the Association.
Color - light
Friday, August 1st, 2014 on Presenting Irene
I would really like to see a short synopsis of the story that starts with a water spitting dragon and ends with a nipple halo.
OMG. How the sun lights right where she sits.
I see OMG
Along with too much tree.
Not much variety.
Thursday, July 31st, 2014 on Jemat
Rhetorical? Maybe. But Respectable?
Thursday, July 31st, 2014 on Koyado
Now she has three.
Hose haters say so much the same: lame.
Our lady is a marvel, with or without.
Next time she visits, let us challenge ourselves to not mention it.
Again. And again. Over. And over. And again over. And over again.
Really? That's all there is to see?
Does Doug suffer from often excessive praise?
Thursday, July 31st, 2014 on Scheen
What sort of service can I render to MetArt for a limited grant of11's?
Well, Great Pantifex, There's not much chance of color trumping with so little proper presentation. Just happy to get what we have here.
DON'T HOLD YOUR BREATH!
Thursday, July 31st, 2014 on Nomeri
Said the fellow surfing porn...........
Cheap. Please add value with some specifics.
OK. Maybe I am confused. I am certainly vexed. I don't think we are all on the same page with the meaning of focus. "glamour shots", high school photos, and nude photography from the mid 80's frequently had a fuzzy "halo" effect. This is what I think of as soft focus. It is the sort of thing that now causes eye rolling. That is not what I see here. Then there is just plain out of focus (88). There is "grainy", which seems to me to be a question of resolution. Then there is exposure, and other effects of light that I know nothing about.
I would hate to see the application of a dogmatic rule deprive us the opportunity to appreciate an offering like this one. ["I discussed the soft focus with K and she said that will not allow it any more"]
In our photographer's words from "Ricanta":
"Hi Hipshot131! Thanks for the tip! In fact, on a dark background, it would have looked worse because would be a strong contrast - white on dark. Like a ghost) And I love bright colors, lots of natural light and natural beauty of the girl)"
I hope our artist continues to challenge herself (and us) with her love of bright colors, lots of natural light.
Thursday, July 31st, 2014 on Dittany
Good fellow, a lightly tossed snowball does not generally cause a great deal of bleeding.
I did not mean to imply what was inferred. Rather than the functioning of the brain, I alluded to both the issue of light and the talent of our photographer.
Wow. I wish I could discuss head chops with the same results.
I meant that to be: "face down in AstroTurf".
Thursday, July 31st, 2014 on Labacca
Aaaaarh! Fellows, be happy with La Grande Bellezza, accept her grace and glory however she may choose to appear.
The contour of the chaise calls for legs up, head back.
Are you not or are you?
Incorrect word usage.
Observe our model, and a dictionary, a bit more closely.
And while I certainly notice when an androgenic hair gets caught in a zipper, ouch, I suggest the following experiment: walk both hairless and hairy legs through a stand of Leersia (called cutgrass for a reason), and record the reactions of the owners of the legs.
Then report back.
What, you don't like polka dotted boots next to a giant alarm clock laying face down? A fellow of limited tastes.
This word, by the way, is in the Manual.
Fortune is with us, our photographer left off showing windows being doglikt.
Thursday, July 31st, 2014 on Motery
Tragedy twixt twenty-one and twenty-two: Panty waste, Rule of Thong broken.
A crime occurred in 25.
I wish never again to see that white checkered blue light cast onto a background.
I wish again and again to think, "Aha, another visit by Aza."
Some decent poses in a space that seems unfriendly to posing.
Good Photographer adopts a bad habit of anotheR with the bunched up fabric around the waist. It is a testament to the glorious form of our model that curvaceous line is never in peril.
Speaking of curve, I have noticed the term "popka" (No, Checker! Not "polka"!). Before deciding to add this to The Magwich Manual of Recommended Descriptive Vocabulary, I would invite comment. I note a couple of potential problematicalisms. If one were to introduce a Perfect Popka Club, confusion could arise. Also, from my limited understanding of the origin of "popka", trollfood risk is a concern. The recent regrettable return of referring to plucked poultry presents the possibility of renewed activity from an unwelcome direction.
Weigh in, fellows, if you would.
If bored, google popka for some entertaining imagery.
Thursday, July 31st, 2014 on Jinasa
Um, well, blush, ahem. As much as all features may be queenly, I can't bring myself to say that any, though perhaps equal, actually surpass the one.
Not likely, but how one might wish.
That egg chair (from Orkney?) is kinda cramped. Here's hoping our model gets to come out of her shell soon.
Nice light, flattering color, great smiles, nice robe, nice hair in the way too often. 43 is fantastic. Orientation is too vertical, and so is the model. How about one series where a photographer uses landscape format only - hopefully leaving the model's head in one piece as was done here.
(That was supposed to be "Ork". Time to have a chat with checker. Not just anyone can confuse North past Scotland with a fictional planet.)
Thursday, July 31st, 2014 on Presenting Connie
As the PP Club does for La Grande Bellezza, The Assosciation was Chartered for the honor and glory of La Grande Bellezza's little friend.
Wednesday, July 30th, 2014 on Cinece
Is this a trick? I need special glasses to see the hidden code?
Wednesday, July 30th, 2014 on Gutuna
It's called poorly framing a picture when we are left with half a foot.
Wednesday, July 30th, 2014 on Frenet
Welcome. It works for many questions I ask myself here.
Small? You must come from a family like mine, where hugs from aunts were intimidating.
Wednesday, July 30th, 2014 on Dittany
Wet and Other Worldly.
Gratuitous hand parking is maddening regardless of nail color.
I admire the color effect even more on second viewing.
There nothing "grainy" here. Nearly every tiny hair on the skin is crisp, clear, and focused. Which with this light elevates tis series to the extraordinary. Our artist sometimes seeks and achieves this effect with more or less success. This is definitely at the top of the "more success" column. If I were an amateur photographer, I would consider this series proof I had long left "amateur". Aspire to brightness, good fellow.
Do water and quarter rhyme in northern New Jersey?
Bra and panties, eyes, eyebrows, lips!, nails. Definitely don't need more contrasting nails.
88 alone should qualify our model for the Assosciation.
Poignantly Effective Round Fanny.
Wednesday, July 30th, 2014 on Gallin
They moved from Hungary to Viv Thomas? I wonder what Viv Thomas passport photos look like.
Not a terrible day for toes, either.
Wednesday, July 30th, 2014 on Scheen
Appropriate, nonetheless, for our darling duchess of Courland.
A model that knows
How to delight with a pose
I admire the use of light here. It is not my preference, but it works well here, especially with the snow outside. Nicely chosen bra and panty set -would like some nicely chosen poses to show them. The well toned form of our model is well displayed, whether it be navel, nape, or nose. I didn't even mind the nail polish this time. 13 is angelic.
If you can't take comments, don't participate :-)
Excellent advice. Do take it.
Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 on Enbakia
Leave it to Color Maestro Matiss to drive along a road and see foliage perfect as backdrop for a particular color of hair.
Said the Rowan to the photographer: "feed me, Seymour!"
Not only does that road look realistic to me, it even looks like a real road. And that Sorbus/mountain ash/Rowan looks real, too. Can something be real, but not realistic? I'm confused.
I certainly don't have any realistic expectations of realism with respect to stumbling upon anything resembling the previous series of images.
There, there, now; I don't think the lack of a response merits a crisis of self worth.
Then I won't call them technical and will say that light and color affect the beauty of the photograph. C'est l'image.
Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 on Nomeri
And some more of us do, too.
The blue background is perfect for the dark blue black hair. The light reflecting from the white sofa cover and stockings is harsh, however. Slightly darker colors would flatter better, and a less busy pattern on the sofa would distract less.
I liked the shadows.
Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 on Jemat
There was more to do with that derrière in those clothes. Nice posing on the ground.
Do note the effect of the lighting where our model has seated herself on lucky stump.
Thumbs up to ya.
Wonderfully warm light and color for the beautiful skin of our model. Choices made with a care I would like to see more often.
Too much body chopping.
Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 on Frenet
Up skirts require moving the camera.
Now see twenty two
And say she won't do.
Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 on Presenting Lenai
Finally, we get bedding with great color and texture, with luxurious folds to envelop the lovely subject of this presentation. Far superior to Hotel White. Too bad it clashes so badly with the hair. Our model's eyes and hair call for more blue.
The headboard far more interesting than most, model and artist do well with it.
29 is a marvel of a pose, one of the best I have seen. The eyes have it, as well as hands, feet, and every curve in between.
An impressive design for a bathroom. Far too cramped for posing.
I do not really understand the criticisms of "the old Leonardo" or the gushing accolades for "the new Leonardo". Firstly, how do I know when a photograph was taken? Secondly, I think plenty of good work from our artist has appeared in the past. Thirdly, there does not to be a great deal of specificity in differentiating between old Leonardo and new Leonardo.
As for this offering, la grande Bellezza is ruling the day. This has as much to do with our model as our artist. I find the quality of the photography to be not bad, but not great either. The mons is not really captured nearly as well as the lips. Our Bellezza's companion is frequently chopped or framed out altogether. Closing in while retaining a sense of wholeness is a challenge. We see a hint of a cute innie in the poorly framed 100, but instead of a great follow up we get the terrible 101. Posture of neck and shoulders is sometimes scrunched forward, unflattering. We rarely see the lovely curves of the lower back, and even then the view is blocked by an arm or hand. (Blocking curves with gratuitous hand parking is nearly universal amongst photographers. I don't get it.)
The shirt is superbly chosen, but opportunities down blouse (and up blouse) are ignored. The eyebrows are a bit fake, and the hair up and out around the ears looks sloppy. Our model's face is too cute for this.
Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 on Haura
A number of aspects to this pictorial are not conducive to showing this wonderful face, [fully acknowledging that my opinion is backed by no small amount of ignorance].
The hair is pulled back somewhat severely for the shape of the face. This looks great from the side and back, but not so much straight from the front.
Camera angles are too high. Even a slight tip up of the head would put more space between the eye and eyebrow, show more of the upper lip, and might better highlight lovely cheekbones, dimples, and jawline. I have no doubt makeup and lighting might help as well.
The close up views are sometimes a bit clumsy. 99 shows the potential of curve, line, and coloration, but while the potential is well shown, realization of the potential is not quite there. Frame and focus could be better. And far too many close in views (everywhere on this site, not just here) are straight on and 2 dimensional. Even a slight angle to the side frequently is a great improvement. While the shy minors are an enticingly teasing treat, perhaps they could be coaxed out a tiny bit?
The last 8 images are a fine treatment of the back. We see far too few like this.
Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 on Gutuna
Let's see. Wear flash drive on lanyard around neck. Ship by post. Zip and email. Carry laptop on person. Use cloud.
I'd be happy to kick in a bit for another trip to Prague if I knew how. Kickstarter? Metstarter?
And of course we look forward to more work from DG.
Carry on the cause, good fellow, carry on. I have faith, that eventually, we will carry the day.
Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 on Presenting Etna
Perhaps a clarification would be appropriate. Specification of a problem or preference might be helpful. Please find fault with the face in 103 or with la grande Bellezza or it's associate in 80.
Saturday, July 26th, 2014 on Kaerte
There seem to be an unusual number of unusual definitions of "porn".
Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014 on Stihima
I notice that the older I get, the less I appreciate subtlety.
Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014 on Acuda
Curses! I should have dreamed that nightmare myself!
Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014 on Deleny
Just wait, my optimistic fellow.
Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014 on Mateix
It works. It is unique. It is creative. Compare to tomorrow's locations.
Generosity is admirable.
#31. That's Davinci Code isn't it? Isn't Met Art one of the secret locations to receive secret communications via secret hand signs of secret societies?
A good example of a simple setting well done. Nice light, nice color, crisp clear images, decent framing, decent posing, good skin tone, lustrous healthy hair and excellent makeup (as usual with this model), absolutely no extraneous clutter. Eyes this beautiful should be fully open. Though maybe nothing to shout about in terms of artistic inspiration, nothing to criticize, either. Now compare to the other 3 (overly) similar settings today.
Wow. 9 pluses.
Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014 on Acuda
I would prefer no changes in the treatment of our model to mucking up what was great by trying to "fix" some small aspect I thought was not too my perfect liking. I would not discourage further creativity, either.
Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014 on Deleny
K2 is too short.
And table lamps. Don't forget about them. Hate 'em, I do. Especially when the lampshades have no fringe. And Oh God Help Us if the lamp is orange. So if this set is ruined by the disgusting horrible scary socks at least it isn't ruined with disgusting ORANGE socks. Plus there is no lamp, which is good. And no tattoo of a lamp, be grateful.
I was unaware that the photographer is American.
Does my affinity for bare feet overcome my parentage and nativity in respect to my citizenship?
An how many men look at a closet stuffed full of women's shoes and say "Wow, that's awesome!"
No pushing, no. Not with 5 comments. All entertaining, I grant.
I am not a big fan of heels. If any woman I know were to show me these shoes and ask my opinion, I might pay her 20 to not buy them. But I think they add to the pictorial here. I hate Maraschino cherries, but they look good as a crown for a dessert. For me that little splash of green is the crowning touch here. It saves the scene from appearing too dark, and it's contrast is an assist for the whole color scheme. Even if our artist is not well read on the workings of the retina and the brain, the instinct seems good.
As for the stockings, they block nothing, really, and the contrast flatters skin that we see. They are integral to the whole composition. (And seriously, it's not like they are in the way, are they?)
A fine critique if justly applied. Did I miscount? Over 70 for the face? Did I misjudge? A multitude of high quality?
3 pairs and 1 triple?
And well done.
"fer realz" is generally genuine.
Do you aspire to patron or vandal?
If we had virtual coins (met money?) to tip with, I'd toss two in the hat for this punning metaphor.
A unique an surprisingly successful use of a chair. Our model in no way seems confined by the small amount of space to work with. The standing poses are too vertical to get the most from the dress. Some more leaning in any direction would be nice. The street scene enchants. there are possibilities there, braid and jacket without the blouse, maybe. Too many rear poses hide the beauty of the lower lower back, which also misses some curves of the delightful derrière. This seems to be nearly universal practice, regretfully.
It might have been interesting to see a couple of pictures at the end that were the result of the chair falling over, perhaps with the dress.
Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014 on Mateix
Loveliness and charm all the way.
I was worried about light and color from the thumbnails, but I think the look worked, for the most part.
I really liked the way the short hair stands out against the grey headboard, in #13, for example.
Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014 on Saphat
Sitting or lying down,
Alas none upside down.
Monday, July 21st, 2014 on Presenting Mercedes
Monday, July 21st, 2014 on Deleny
I rate her down for the same reason. Right down to ten.
Monday, July 21st, 2014 on Staroha
Tip o' the hat to ya.
A halter top with only 2 cleavage shots? Please don't show how to use a shirt and then just quit, please.
I might prefer real rocks outdoors that are ugly to fake rocks indoors that are ugly.
Look, this is a pretty good series by a good artist and an incredible model, but I don't see why it's currently scoring so high above the others today.
Her expression in 28 looks like she said "EEK!" and then jumped up there to get away from a mouse.
Monday, July 21st, 2014 on Lapiema
Great sense of fun.
Let's extend hospitality for as many visits as she likes.
Mums? If my vision of Izabel must be blocked, I would prefer a bit more botanical interest. How about the butterfly pea (Clitoria mariana) instead?
Monday, July 21st, 2014 on Permeta
You swap what you say you see in a face in a photograph for a general comment about what a person is, which seems rather complicated (considering Occam's razor).
My contention that our model's face deserves better lighting and makeup could be imagined a fairly simple sort of hypothesis (remembering Occam's razor). An opinion may be easily formed with a fairly simple test of observation:
Please note I don't presume to suggest our model lacks maturity or sophistication.
Sunday, July 20th, 2014 on Venatis
Stunning close ups and fantastic posing overcome a dull cluttered brown background and combination of lighting, makeup, and hairstyle that don't work well with this lovely face. Amongst a multitude of images deserving a 10, I am especially fond of 85 -for the framing feet and 113 -follow the curve.
You see a kind of maturity and sophistication. I see a harsh effect of lighting creating a phantom sense of age that our model does not actually have. No doubt, your way of seeing is better than mine.
That valley between major and minor needs a name suitable poetical.
Sunday, July 20th, 2014 on Sacco
Does this judgement of personality come from personal contact In a professional capacity? Or from ESP? From being psychic psychiatric worker? Or is this prescient pronouncement of personality a projection from a peculiar psyche of some past pain onto a pictorial?
Or is this simply like scrawling insults on the bathroom wall?
The peak of peekdom.
Saturday, July 19th, 2014 on Mecudai
And any lamp not on a bedside table absolutely must have fringe.
Friday, July 18th, 2014 on Ekeini
Yes, I'm sure that's what our mums most remember about the moment. I reckon I'll ring mine and ask, "so were you shaved ahead of time?"
Some nice reclining poses. Only from the front (alas, and as usual). Also some nice forward leans.
Friday, July 18th, 2014 on Kapyte
"I don't give a whit about this girl"
=========================Tho Whitless you may be,
Plenty she gets from me
A link all ought to see:
Friday, July 18th, 2014 on Besame
A combination of lighting, makeup, and stark background do no justice to our model's face (but do notice 108). Those beguiling eyes have fared better before. Where our model fills most of the space, there is plenty to like.
If difficulty inspires this well, I hope I can be forgiven for hoping for more difficulty in the future.
Friday, July 18th, 2014 on Eiressi
I may be changing my opinion of the makeup. While off putting in the thumbnails, it works well enough when viewing the actual photo. I think I will appreciate the artistic license even if it is not my aesthetic preference.
Friday, July 18th, 2014 on Anirke
Verily, for real, you have noted before how well our artist's minimalist approach works for this model.
A hearty concurrence from me.
A close second to her eyes, perhaps.
Friday, July 18th, 2014 on Lerdena
A theme more candid and open than most. A theme well chosen and well presented. A setting with nothing to distract attention from the subject at hand, though the combination of light and color is a bit cool. The actual imagery more than compensates. And there is something to say for having all the color come from those eyes. Makeup on the upper was somewhat heavy - though not to my taste, well applied and quite effective close up. As a lover of panties, I must say these as shown here added nothing. Easily a rare 10 from me, for the whole series as well as for a large percentage of individual images.
Approval granted. Gratitude conveyed.
A completionist collector might well be inspired to seek out all this model has done.
Saturday, July 12th, 2014 on Olinthe
Lovely, creative, distinctive, elegant, well done.
Saturday, July 12th, 2014 on Cambio
I have decided that I have an aversion to lamps on bedside tables. So from here on, any pictorial offering with a lamp by any artist of any model, no matter how good, will be sneered at by me. By this manifesto, my mind is hereby closed. (I also insist that Met Art ban any model that has even a tiny unseen tattoo that can in any way be compared to a lamp.) I would also be grateful for the revocation of membership of anyone pitiful enough to insist that all settings MUST have table lamps. Also, for any photoset containing a lamp, any commentary should discuss the lamp and the lamp only.
I has spoken.
Friday, July 11th, 2014 on Ekeini
A subtraction of points that gives a result of ten may possibly indicate the utility of a reconsideration of the nature of a 10 point ordinal scoring system.
We all have the capacity to step outside our own house, our own world, recognize the beautiful and the good, before returning to our own zones of familiarity and comfort. I would not wish to alter in any way the entrancing effect of the visual impact of 33, 42, 46, regardless of my appreciation for the closeness and clarity of certain completely clean curves. I will constrain my wishing for better frames and more graceful cropping.
All good. Except for poor framing and chop cropping. 73 would be great if we could see the rest.
Thursday, July 10th, 2014 on Ekeini
This important question deserves observation, contemplation, and close scrutiny.
Wednesday, July 9th, 2014 on Presenting Karolina Young
I believe 10/10 = 1.
Wednesday, July 9th, 2014 on Mofebe
So go back to work and entertain yourself.
Charm and grace come through quite well, thank you.
Wednesday, July 9th, 2014 on Nadelig
A few more years, Nostraphotofandamus? Every human instantly becomes ugly at a certain age? I am certain if our model is happy and comfortable with with what the camera reveals, we will cheer - whatever her age, and whether she is jumping on a bed or a sunny rock.
Wednesday, July 9th, 2014 on Micrim
RedPilot, our dashing poet.
Wednesday, July 9th, 2014 on Cairead
Our model here has good reason to fell pleased her very good presentation by the artist photographer.
Our artist continues to be somewhat unkind to fingers and toes, knees and elbows.
Wednesday, July 9th, 2014 on Presenting Victoria Daniels
Silly lighthearted can be good.
Silly pretending something is not there can be annoying.
There is nothing she could do to make her appear healthier or sexier from my perspective.
Ok, I have now read the comments and apparently some are indeed small enough to fit in a small box.
Our wonderfully waifish, elegant, and tan model seems overwhelmed and slight in a sea of tan. This does not detract from how conducive her form is to giving us truly endearing close ups. That face, for example, in 100, is lovely (and has no need for lipstick to redefine the boundary of her lips). The equally lovely backside could be given a more complete exposition. I appreciate teasing, but saw no reason to hide anything behind the pillow.
I trust we will be graced with another visit again soon.
Enough to wish for 5 more.
Begging pardon, but I think your tiny categorical box you label "American" is a bit too small to stuff me into it.
A theme of cuteness here that will be difficult to surpass. Front facing away, shirt see through at the bottom: suburb, especially when our model looks back. The swing is allowed to be somewhat confining. Hiding in the shrubbery was nicely affecting, though I see no reason to hide the top of our model's head. Compliments for hair and makeup. The blue at the navel is cute. Would it be possible to get a view from under the swing?
A comment quite clever. Better saved to apply elsewhere, perhaps.
Here, have a tissue.
Our model sparkles through what appears (initially) to be a dull spartan setting with dull color and light. The skill of the artist and personality of model pop right off the page. Our model's eyes fare especially well. Yet another set where the thumbnails do not convey a sense of the quality of the photography. I might encourage avoiding empty white shelves as background, perhaps. The black in the necklace may balance the black toenails and dark landing strip, but is too gaudy for the spartan set and seems not to flatter (nor detract from) our model's face. For the most part, posing and framing is nice, with a bit of frontal overemphasis. 84 seems a bit closed, with ungraceful placement of elbow and ankle. 86 and 87 show the always charming combination of peek and smile. If not an outright 10, I expect I'll be rounding up in that direction.
Wednesday, July 9th, 2014 on Equtima
Sunday, July 6th, 2014 on Sociata
Our model looks so fine in that white shirt, it was cruel not to show it coming off in multiple poses from multiple angles. I nearly wept.
I am thinking that maybe gaetano agrees with your general assessment and is meaning to say he wants to see more than her lovely tresses.
More polite like, than "MORE FEET, LESS HAIR!!" Or, "NEVER USE A BOW LIKE THAT AGAIN!!", (just as example)
I must mention that this is nice variety of facial expressions very well captured: The 50 Star Smiles of Astrud.
Thursday, July 3rd, 2014 on Procesi
Deep pools of blue grey, these eyes. I look forward to seeing them again soon with a more flattering combination of light and color.
Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014 on Kalladi
I approve of wet leopard.
Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014 on Naezo
I wonder if a model has ever looked at a room and said: "No way!".
Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014 on Chilema
A sense of gaunt
Enough to haunt
Monday, June 30th, 2014 on Rumona
Time for a different room. And more camera angles.
Monday, June 30th, 2014 on Matirte
Silly tattoos weren't exactly the first things that jumped out at me right away.
Sunday, June 29th, 2014 on Taviale
Liked the last three.
Perhaps there are focal points better than the pillow and the necklace.
Saturday, June 28th, 2014 on Quedad
Peek Hall of Fame: 108.
Best calves and thighs.
A great face not very well flattered by this combination of makeup and lighting.
Thursday, June 26th, 2014 on Bevatie
Ah, flattery. Almost makes up for thumb poverty.
Sunday, June 22nd, 2014 on Icavi
Bad hobbit. Bad.
Sunday, June 22nd, 2014 on Nikesta
113. No way. That didn't happen.
Sunday, June 22nd, 2014 on Presenting Serena Wood
Go back to bed. Don't wake up the other trolls.
I would like to discourage two different scores for one series. It is a joint effort with a single result. We can dislike a particular offering without implying we don't like the model. It looks to me like delivering an insult, then saying: "oh, but I didn't mean you".
Sunday, June 22nd, 2014 on Seridio
One could give this set a low score (I didn't ) without "marking down" the model. Or did this set actually inspire a rating change for the model on the model page? I doubt it.
On the lighting: on my ipad I do not notice "overexposure" or any washout effect on our model herself, as opposed to the background, which does not detract from the series. In, #7, for example, The light from underneath plays upon the face for a great result, as well as upon the folds of the fabric.
I do not think our model's face has been shown better. Occasionally there is some shadow under the eyes, but that is a risk with little or no make up, a risk that paid handsomely (prettily), and freckily. [take that, spell checker!]
As for the shaft of light upon her leg being a "bandage", I can't see too much complaining about the same light illuminating that delectable derrière. And how about the soles of the feet? That is creativity I can appreciate.
The play of light is the most coherent theme for this offering. This is a unique and creative effort that I found both pleasing and intriguing.
The three images of the back with the unzipped dress are appreciated as being effective but rarely used poses. I am somewhat sorry about the white bars, but our model wrapping her feet around them is fetching. Nice panties, nicely shown; especially the panty peek in 3. Then there are 17 photos with panties looking like bungees around the legs. I absolutely do not get it.
This is a nice dress. It is the norm to show some vertical poses in the beginning and then drop the dress. It is the norm to miss opportunities for a greater array of poses with clotheses. We could have had more upshots, downshots, sideshots, and from behindshots showing the panties with the dress. Instead we got 17 bungee cords.
Does mother nature blow back?
Saturday, June 21st, 2014 on Tiuhono
Well, thanks again, for the point out.
time to start a rachsback hall of fame.
Absolutely no baring of soles, please!
[Dear Abby, I have nowhere else to turn to bare my soul. I don't know what to do. This is so embarrassing. You see, my soles have grown a fuzzy pelt. I am afraid to wear shoes without socks. No hose! No high heels! Then I read that some men love hairy feet. I even heard that some men can't even look at woman if she doesn't have hairy feet. Can that be true? What do I do? I don't want to live without a man who doesn't love my feet. Is the only way to get the right guy for me to shame myself by being unfashionable and show what I've got? Or should I just wax my feet? Oh! please tell me what to do!]
Saturday, June 21st, 2014 on Nikesta
I'd say your vote should count for double, you should have an enviable perspective. A respectful request here, for keeping the first P by preventing the frame of the photo from going through the second P. Thx.
Saturday, June 21st, 2014 on Dastiere
I hadn't noticed. Deserving of a 21 thumb salute.
Not generally the sort of thing to admit.
Saturday, June 21st, 2014 on Ponible
I don't drop dead. I come to after a few seconds from the initial stun.
Also:- "the", "only", "words", "I", "can", "think", "of", "are"
Saturday, June 21st, 2014 on Oplader
Imagination blackout due to circuit break from sensory overload caused by combinatorial combustion of the silver sofa, purple velvet, botanically exploding carpet, and booming blooming on the wall. Voluntary commitment for psyche eval, EEG, and observation to follow.
Saturday, June 21st, 2014 on Icavi
#54 A chop crop at the crotch.
Lost the top of the curve in 117.
Disembodied heels, repeated without color.
Quite a collection, here.
#103 - A lovely classic pose so seldom seen and here so well done. Notice the play of light on the face.
#11- décolleté also too seldom seen. 11 is also a perfect example of panty waste. And these panties are too good to waste.
Many excellent images amongst what seems like a sequential jumble.
Looks a bit more kiwi than kangaroo to me.
Friday, June 20th, 2014 on Curenia
I don't understand separate scores like this. What we get is one final result. Occasionally it just looks like an excuse to slobber on the model and insult the photographer. Ever see "1/10 for the model, 9.7 for the artist"? No. How would I know if my favorite model was having a bad day and everyone else involved was doing the best they could?
2 sentences to inspire completely opposite reactions.
Friday, June 20th, 2014 on Anterio
I like the braids because of how they show the ears, neck, face, and shoulders, not because I think braids look innocent.
I did not make myself clear, sorry. I think the clothes are very well chosen to flatter your subject. I did not much care for the images Without the clothes. The visual effect of black and white bars from the metal stairs held little appeal for me. This did not detract from the closer images. As for using clothes that models like to wear, well, often we will like the for the same reasons they do.
The color of the panties is most definitely not too strong. It lifts the series considerably. Her favorite color suits her well. There shouldn't be much hesitation to use it again. I don't recall anyone complaining before about ordinary/everyday outfits. There is nothing dull about this outfit with her in it.
How can a few extra photos in black and white detract from a series? Has anyone gone to a museum and asked for money back because one Ansel Adams was hanging on a wall?
Friday, June 20th, 2014 on Oplader
Beautiful she may be,
Here we're not to see.
It seems like inspiration is lost with the clothes, when the harsh dullness of this location becomes clear. Our model has appeared more comfortable elsewhere.
Nice work with a nice shirt. Nice bra and panty set.
Maximum number of images with panties for minimum effect. Use 'em or lose 'em.
11 - 18 are marvelous. In #16 shadows along the back and thigh accentuate curves that merit a greater focus of attention from artists capturing our model.
Here is a maestro of color using a sofa with a color that is about as bad a choice as possible for our model's skin tone. The mirror is mostly distracting, as is the glaring white brick.
The smile is winsome and vivid.
I learned that you failed to correctly define even one word, calling into question any justification for an inordinate degree of snobbishness.
Thursday, June 19th, 2014 on Acalmar
Grammatically, the sentences are technically correct. They turn out as meaningful as the most vapid pop lyrics, with about the same amount of style.
Thursday, June 19th, 2014 on Presenting Xena
If Men are from Mars, and Women are from Venus, where does this come from?
Thursday, June 19th, 2014 on Vanda B
Even through translation, beautifully said.
Thursday, June 19th, 2014 on Orisun
This mirror mirror with the repeating repertoire recentlly replaced our model here with "COOOOOLEEEN". Time to make up its mind and maybe learn a new tune.
Thursday, June 19th, 2014 on Ponible
Quite a thumb roll!
Thursday, June 19th, 2014 on Rileya
If she were to stab you 23 times, you would indeed live with her for the rest of your life.
Thursday, June 19th, 2014 on Voselbe
I volunteer to help search for treasure in your database.
Who stol my "e"?
#47 can surely not be said to be stingy.
A deserving entry for "The best of the best of gaetano maria".
Thursday, June 19th, 2014 on Fermian
Too many shades of white in this scene. It reminds me of a badly designed bathroom know. (Mine, alas. At last count, 11 clashing versions of white. ). The close ups seem cold and perfunctory. Somehow, for me, the blues in the picture detract from the blue of our model's eyes - I can't explain how - it makes no sense.
37 and 38 far surpass the rest, belonging in my "as good as it gets" folder. Our model should frame 38.
#38 clearly shows superbly chosen subtle nail color to match the equally well chosen lipstick. Eye makeup is artful. It draws attention to the extraordinary grayish blue eyes, and not to itself. What make up should be.
I might prefer to see the yellow dress in the main setting, without the orange equine blob on the wall.
"Vittoria as a hole"?! Seriously? Thanks for making us fodder for the dismal philosophy of Andrea Dworkin. Blech. And keep razors out of the vagina, please.
Bright eyes, rosy cheeks, brilliant smile, and just right lipstick are vivid in this setting. The effect will be missed entirely by those relying on the thumbnails. The full abundant curls certainly don't hurt. Colorwise, the green curtain is ungainly where it makes it's unwelcome appearance. Our model's skin tone does better with the blue ish curtain than the stark white sheets.
A nicely playful array of rolling around on the bed poses.
Our artist once again meets the high expectations she has earned in the past.
A nice long Siberian hibernation, perhaps.
The design of this suit suits our model well. I can't help imagining how good she would look if it fit well, was centered with respect to the navel, was wet, and seen from behind.
The rocks are notably not ugly from a distance. Closer and without the water, their color is dull. Every photo with water is improved by its presence. We are wanting in color from anything here. Even an earring or frequently seen scarf in the wind might have helped.
Crawling around in gravel is never sexy. Blanket, please.
Even if I wished to see beautiful eyes hidden, I might wish to see them hidden by glasses less ugly. And Certainly not brown in this setting with too much brown.
Thursday, June 19th, 2014 on Radozi
That brain stunning little stretchy see through top is as good as it gets for matching clothing to model.
The bottoms add nothing except in 29 and 30. After that what we see is just plain panty abuse. Our artist might have taken one look and right away said take them off. Surely not difficult to contemplate saying.
Some fine images. I like 123 (except for the nipple nick). The blue of the eyes shows well. The eyes of this model should get close attention.
The lighting and color of the setting are not so great for this pale skinned favorite.
We have seen a quite a bit of this silver furniture here. Tastefully used for photography, I can't say I'd want to see it in anyone's abode.
Wednesday, June 18th, 2014 on Quizais
An large luxurious chair for our petite subject. She makes the most of it, backed by a purple complementing to hair, eyes face, and skin, with lighting playing no small part, I'm sure. And compliments to the hairstylist, as well. Some nice shirt work, a couple more might have been nice; but I appreciate the use it then lose it approach. The shirt is never bunched round the waist, so we should hear no hissing, as snakes sometimes do.
Today is the day of the pose. Did our duo miss neglect anything? Nope, we even see the lower back. Though neglecting nothing, a fabulous face still remains consistently in view, red hair and lipstick quite fetching adding the necessary color to this setting. Interplay of light and shadow seldom better, see #9. No doubt there are offerings here that could be said to be better. But it would require some effort and argument.
I suppose matching red fuzz could add a bit of visual pizazz.
Wednesday, June 18th, 2014 on Rileya
A theme of braids, breast, and bead. It works well, though the beads started to misbehave.
More than on great pose. Some insults to toes.
Best viewed individually, rather than as a set, or risk missing the fine. 69, for example. This face has never been better framed or flattered. The braid showing ear and following the jawline, with the parallel beads, the arm below. Then the perfect peek, all on a bed of red roses.
Wednesday, June 18th, 2014 on Voselbe
Great posing, eyes and winsome smile caught well. Curves aplenty. A few odd chops. A couple of peeks with the dress would be good.
Wednesday, June 18th, 2014 on Tutavia
This would have been completely different without the shoes. The complete contrast with the roof would have been lost, the way she stood and carried herself would have been different. I am sure that chimney will miss the shoes forever.
Tuesday, June 17th, 2014 on Sensione
Tuesday, June 17th, 2014 on Zyrath
Be generous, now, and enlighten us, if ye be privy.
Tuesday, June 17th, 2014 on Bolandi
My compliments, rachsback.
Absence makes the heart grow fonder.
Tuesday, June 17th, 2014 on Presenting Xena
"I wanted to make a calm and beautiful set. This girl is worthy of such an attitude"
You are correct and succeeded well.
Maybe so, but you'll need to try harder to convince us.
Please define modest.
Maybe there is more to your beautiful wife than having her around to look at a girl in clothes?
Sorry about the lagrandebellezzaphobia. The Heebee GB's can be tough. Glad your clothed wife is understanding.
Kinda difficult to do a photoshoot with no clothes and show less PP than here.
I would enjoy any Tae Kwan Do skill caught just after the clicked shutter.
Tuesday, June 17th, 2014 on Seccan
No, there is nothing wrong with our model's face, no one could ask for better. I just think it is usually shown better. As for fault, there doesn't have to be any from my perspective. I certainly couldn't do this well as model or photographer.
Though I understand exactly and empathize with the general assessment, it seems somewhat unfair here.
What about completely waxed? Great!
What about a short trim? Superb!
What about a landing strip? Excellent!
What about a treasure trail? Rare and Wonderful!
What about mini dreadlocks? Extraordinary!
What about a mohawk? Wicked Good!
What about a Fibonacci sequence in swirl? Mathtastic!
What about a static stand out? Zap me awake!
Lots if good images, with too many misses, repeated. Ten shirt pull downs, only #11 works for me (and it is truly good). I believe our model calls for a see through or wet shirt .
Too many unflattering photo of the face (65), and with the face of this model? We don't have to worry about it in the preposterous 99, please don't sit on the glass.
Once we lose the shirt, color and lighting convey jaundice.
122: don't slice the curve please.
123: please center the center of attention.
Our model does well by the shorts.
Nicely done for a pool location. Oh so enticing and curvaceous undressing with a well chosen suit.
The ladder provided nothing of an opportunity. The lounge chair certainly did. Our model and artist got the most out of it.
Was there motive for head or hand in ninety-five? Let's keep the head intact, our model alive. If you must chop off fingers, with nail polish like that, chop them all off, please.
Mons curve caught well twice.
A different look for our model, with an effective hairstyle.
Our artist finds a location that looks like a master interior decorator designed it for photographing this model. The colors, though neutral, are varied and vivid. Excellent for those eyes, that skin, and that hair. Our model stands out from the setting well in both black and in nothing. A skilled, thoughtful, and memorable use of color.
The undressing sequence is inspired, the pacing precise, the progression perfect. Not one shot seems wasted, nor one missing. Our model says a languorous goodbye to the lovely clothes with elegant grace, effectively affecting. Our artist gives us wonderful views of the curves of the back so well here it is rare, if not unique.
I think many images were cropped a bit close, losing head or elbow without any gain. 41 is poorly framed: we see half black and miss the curves. The next eight more than make up for it, no loss of curve there!
A forward leaning tease would be welcome towards the beginning.
As usual, I think many images would be better with a horizontal orientation.
An elegant 9 plus, rounded up.
Wow, this setting looks way better in the dark. Great shirt.
Monday, June 16th, 2014 on Basato
It's time to give up typing.
Sunday, June 15th, 2014 on Presenting Miren
Couldn't we just say he Magwiched Madwich?
The combination of background color, skin tone, look of sleek oil, all nude, and light are a wonderful way to showcase this model. From the cover I was hoping for a theme of Greek statuary.
Hairstyles allow for maximum appreciation for the form of neck, back, and shoulders, without losing the effect of long hair.
Generally speaking, our model does not look better without the top of her head. I guess I need to say it again. Generally speaking, our model does not look better without the top of her head.
Many of these would have been better with a horizontal orientation, even without considering the question of screen space. It might be easier not to misplace body parts.
A lifted pelvis frequently looks better with a straight back. Also, opportunities to show the rising curve of the mons should never be passes upon.
Our photographer drives me nuts. My reaction is frequently, "Awesome, but WTF?"
An exasperating 9.
Sunday, June 15th, 2014 on Reijar
Would you spurn The last visit of Aza?
Sunday, June 15th, 2014 on Troezen
I myself make deductions for a model' s grammar and for shoe size of the photographer.
Sunday, June 15th, 2014 on Pantina
1 + 1 = 3 is a mistake. Even if I decide it suits my preference. Preference not = correctness.
121 and 123 are quite nice. For me the rest are a bunch of pictures with a raft floating in chlorinated water.
Pink Panties Played Perfectly. (From the front).
Saturday, June 14th, 2014 on Letreui
Too good for a tag.
Saturday, June 14th, 2014 on Asobna
36: Stop the chop!
(Very nice trim, though)
Too many vertical portraits!
Saturday, June 14th, 2014 on Presenting Miren
Avatar for the art and glory of close (and far).
I think I am happy to see her with anyone.
Saturday, June 14th, 2014 on Sensione
"I expect this set to be quite controversial, with several people not liking it or finding it boring"
Surprise! The pitchfork and torch bearers seem to be after a werewolf. Or perhaps today we simply have seen the best in us.
I suspect Michelangelo would disagree with first, and agree with the second.
Extraordinary as an indoor set might be, I fear something was missed.
Is it that of artist has an affinity for distinctiveness when choosing models, or do we see the result of talent for unconcealing the unique in any subject?
The time of day and angle of the sun was ideal.
The combination of colors seemed not always flattering, being too close to hair and skin. The tan line in 73, was enough to turn that around completely. Tan lines could be far more appreciated and worked with, as air artist shows here. [now, see, how did "our" get changed to "air"?]
Debris on the wall and where wall meets roof detracted from the lines of our model. If this roof is regularly available, which I hope, a weed pull and sweep would help.
"Made in Italy" is inspired. Regular appearance is called for. It works best when some distance from our model, and not at all when overlapping.
A few greats were turned into goods with loss of shoulder, elbow, or toe.
Why (!) are there here only 4 works with this model?
If I were model or artist I would frame 170. I expect that everything I see today will resonate a bit differently due to the vision of our artist shown by the ending images of the series.
Thanks, Met, for not letting this pass by.
Nice clothes without rearpose.
I wish I kept a log of my weirdest checker changes. LOL.
This is the sort of comment that challenges me to open my mind. While I could appreciate a few aspects before, I now see more. I admire more more than like, but I like that.
A somewhat rare 10 from me, I meant to add.
Friday, June 13th, 2014 on Vietoje
Panties posed to perfection.
16, 17, 18, 135, 136, 137 Inexplicably rarely seen poses here sublime
A PP Parade for la grande Bellezza
Condolences to our fellow suffering from lagrandebellezzaphobia, also known as having the heebee GB's.
The angles for the Pillow Mount were not quite there and Mount Mons was not quite captured.
Plenty of light that plays on the skin while respecting retinas.
Why I come here.
Friday, June 13th, 2014 on Ondijan
The challenge of showing it all without the tattoo should be accepted as an opportunity for creativity. One of the best series I have seen had a shirt in every picture. When people complained (it wasn't as if much had been hidden), the photographer's reason was a tattoo. In my opinion, the extra effort required by the solution led to a result that was far better for it. Alas, I can't remember the site, model, or artist.
Thursday, June 12th, 2014 on Calegne
Ok, 2 new tags.
Datura, not Lilly. As a heart stopper, excellent allusion.
Thursday, June 12th, 2014 on Micrim
Missed the turtles. Good eye.
Lots of good comments for this justly appreciated opus.
Ah, then. I will sleep with confidence since I now know where she ranks on niceness. If she were 15th nicest, THEN would I worry he would push her into the maw of the Kraken below the cliff.
I appreciate the explanation of the skill and effort that went into this excellent offering. I always want to know how it was done. Your welcome reply gives me too much credit, however. I was referring to the many photosets we have been seeing with jumbles of jaggedy giant gravel and lumpy colorless rock.
PS Give me a break, fellows. I way missed my mark if anyone thought I was serious.
The thumbs make our model's face and form seem stark and severe. The actual photos are lush and luscious. Our photographer captures all well with choice of setting, color, light, and pose. There is the small issue of pantywaste. Use them or lose them.
Thursday, June 12th, 2014 on Vietoje
Thanks for the personally directed psych analysis based on a five word comment. PhD in psychology is hereby granted along with the Title of Nobility "Arbiter of Where It's At". Masters degree in Logic granted for the thesis: "Inherency of Labial Intimidation in Subscribers to Nude Erotic Websites"
Not really spread quite that wide, I think.
There we go. A nice new addition to add to the tags: balls deep.
Our good photographer did not take up the challenge of showing the backside of one this most beautiful of women. Since we had a fair beginning to a great panty presentation, this was a sadness.
Ok, so tell us why. We value you opinion.
Uhh - if only that plant had been left out, I would vote a 9.
Uhh - if only that radiator had been dark blue, I would vote 9.2.
Uhh - if only that perfect mammary had been held more roundly, I would vote 9.14159
Uhh - if only The Winged Victory of Samothrace had both its original wings, I might forgive the arms and vote 10.
Thursday, June 12th, 2014 on Misali
"and our artist gets the most from it". I insist it was Gremlins stole my text.
The return of the alcove perfect for photography but useless for a bathroom. The color and and texture of the surfaces provide a nicely warm and flattering backdrop. The lighting is lovely, leaving just enough shadow. See 60. In 61 our model might just as well be perched a bit further over the edge, no? A perfect opportunity missed - for shame for sure. Good use of the robe throughout. Our model's trim is perfect for this photoset, an gets the most from it. Altogether exceptionally good, especially for a confined space.
Please feel as free to tell what you like as what you do not.
This must be an illusion. That looks like water, but I don't see any of the world's ugliest rocks.
Our artist would be less cruel by showing us much more of much less of that dress.
Nice posing progression. Nice work in broad daylight. Many fine peeks like 48. Excellent and rare exposition of the back and neck. The hair up helps.
Our model looks perilously perched sometimes, then later has her face in a toxic plant. I assume our artist photographer knows he has slim chance of hiding should harm come to our model.
I envy that lack of recollection.
Wednesday, June 11th, 2014 on Entita
Ahhh, c'mon. Not even if the horse is slathered in watermelon ice cream?
The sum of those elements is most definitely a theme. And no better a theme.
ALL PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTISTS PLEASE MEMORIZE THIS LIST!
As soon as I saw this I thought the Pantifex (leader of us lovers of panties) would take notice.
Too many good panty poses for me to agree.
Now that pinkish shirt would look mighty good drenched under that yellow umbrella.
Our model's eyes have never looked better than in this wet set.
Wednesday, June 11th, 2014 on Relline
Wednesday, June 11th, 2014 on Presenting Maryana
How about today's cart with yesterday's rocks? And maybe a horse.
Our master of color manages a sense of warmth with black and blue, I don't know how. The matching color of lips and nails is precisely chosen to assist the appreciation of those eyes. Posing with the robe was well done, though removal was abrupt. It would be nice to see it fall open more gradually. So many nice reclining poses, yet only from the front.
My pick for the day.
Monday, June 9th, 2014 on Bonade
The skirt overstays its welcome. It looks like a tire on the Michelin man. The shirt flatters, but disappears to soon. A few shots with our model leaning forward in the beginning would entice. The bench is confining and the setting lackluster. Our model overcomes both in 75 and 95.
Monday, June 9th, 2014 on Presenting Carmela
I love the yellow stockings. I think the yellow and blue are great colors to go with the blue eyes and black hair. The effect did not really work with the combination of bright white background and light. I would love to see her in these colors again.
Saturday, June 7th, 2014 on Urajio
Ah yes. Our old school. The mascot could be a leopard with red tubes of lipstick for feet.
Saturday, June 7th, 2014 on Presenting Jill
In that case, we can consider the "0" to be praise.
Saturday, June 7th, 2014 on Dayerin
Yes, a comment like mine is gratuitous without specifics. I should back it up with an analysis of our model's series under her model page. It would take me at least a couple of hours assuming I did not get distracted -this is, after all, one of my favorite models. If serious motivation strikes at the same time as whimsy, it might be in meter.
108: We are not likely to see a better use of fabric.
102: Maybe I promised you a rose garden after all.
Panties and backside a bit neglected. A few images would attend to both marvelously.
Saturday, June 7th, 2014 on Tesiri
I look forward to our model being presented to us again soon.
Panty Waste. The fantastic dress was potential lost as well.
Friday, June 6th, 2014 on Presenting Timea Bella
I feel like we are not getting even close to the potential of our model.
Friday, June 6th, 2014 on Dayerin
Matiss missed with Mesed.
Too bad it wasn't Monday.
Friday, June 6th, 2014 on Levijze
Wednesday, June 4th, 2014 on Enditasa
It seems we will be needing all the creativity we can muster to repeat ourselves. This inexplicable trend shows no sign of disappearing.
Try the site www.nogreycellsneeded.com.
Wednesday, June 4th, 2014 on Cermine
That it was said.
Wednesday, June 4th, 2014 on Bantina
Uninspired use of clothing. Immediate improvement upon disposal.
Pretty petals for peeking.
28: thou shalt not.
Note to the prepared artist; always have nail polish at hand.
Wednesday, June 4th, 2014 on Exantha
Proper panty presentation. (Before becoming bungees)
79-81. Inspired placement of hands, fine framing
Color, texture, and light all flatter our model.
Wednesday, June 4th, 2014 on Rigrota
Perhaps a second look? (Or several?)
Wednesday, June 4th, 2014 on Presenting Lia Taylor
Tip the hat and perhaps trade the butcher's smock for a painter's palette.
Tasty tantalizing teasing
Peeking poses positively perfect
Fear not fellows, full flowering follows (why the whining?)
Any model should be pleased with such treatment -we have far too little of this artist.
Doesn't take much knowledge to go round and round the same tired worn circle like a goat tethered to a pole.
Sunday, June 1st, 2014 on Lugena
I don't know. It allowed for plenty of contrast to appreciate small curves and skin tone. Too often lighting leads to something like a topographical map that ends up looking like the flat piece of paper that it is. To me this escapes the 2 dimensions of the screen.
How about wasting all the blades and wax she decides to while we save on screen space, scrolling, and bandwidth?
Sunday, June 1st, 2014 on Cepuri
95 looks like someone spilled coffee on glass. And let the sun shine in a little there, would you please?
96 shows skilled combination of light and makeup. The lipstick helps the eyes shine. As did the robe, but that color was prematurely dropped from the scene.
A cohesive range of poses that gives a sense of the grace of the whole form -an accomplishment with all the close ups.
Some fine curves of the mons. And some misses. I sense this is something of an artistic challenge to do well.
Too little of the back. Many of the side reclining poses might have been followed with "roll over and keep the same pose".
Sand shown sensually, quite remarkable. See the toes in 45. Choice textured fabric clinging, draping, defining, affecting.
Really, in this land better blessed with form feminine than form geologic, would someone please at least hide a potted plant amongst the visually challenged rockery?
Sunday, June 1st, 2014 on Cermine
Our artist's fine exhibition of panty potential pleas for more. Every image with stretched skivvies could show our model's form far better. Proper respect for panties requires a recognition that they are not bungee cords.
The bra calls loudly (or more accurately, SHOUTS) for posing less vertical.
Sunday, June 1st, 2014 on Enditasa
Our artist manages to use a wide palette of cool blues and black with contrasting warm (very!) effect. Surely worth a nomination for superior background.
A fine choice of shirt -it may have provided potential for posterior positioning.
An artist might give a show of creative talent with a series with a model always in contact with that little soft fuzzy blue chair.
Is not Aha! always a revelation?
Sunday, June 1st, 2014 on Pantina
Let's move that camera a bit more often. The upskirt opportunities at the beginning were too good too ignore.
Sunday, June 1st, 2014 on Meglio
My skill and motivation are inadequate to convey the accolades deserved by image 58, let alone the rest.
Wondrous as those tresses are, I still want to see the sumptuous lines of neck and shoulders.
Imagine how much better these images of our model would be if our photographer would let his mustache grow to its full natural length.
How many pictures with a slightly different camera angle or slightly different light would have turned really good into truly amazing?
Why be almost great when you are 2 mm from glorious?
Saturday, May 31st, 2014 on Lugena
Follow not the path of the troll.
Tea. Earl Grey. Hot.
Coffee. Met Art. Not Hot.
Saturday, May 31st, 2014 on Berendy
Our photographer obviously knows how to shoot this model well. And the bad images here seem to have the ingredients for good images. So no excuse. There is no other model like this one, don't mess it up.
Wednesday, May 21st, 2014 on Tonkina
There's one, at least.
Wednesday, May 21st, 2014 on Segera
I can't believe how well this worked. Especial compliments for color and light. (not much left to be said about our model.)
Considering our artist's excellent use of the location, I am a bit surprised The Rock is not more central in the background.
How about Austria's coast on the Indian Ocean?
Wow. Some really boring commentary.
Wednesday, May 21st, 2014 on Consilium
The black shirt surely earned a trip to the bedroom.
49 is quite nice. Roll over please.
The nice imagery of panties from behind indicate make me wonder about a general neglect of buns. Call in the Society for the Prevention of Prejudice against Pastries.
The gloves are heavy handed.
Since we have a one piece, it was not possible to lose panties prematurely. And the back is well shown with flattering effect. Too bad there wasn't maybe a bit more fabric to work with.
Our model has seldom looked better. She has, however, looked more comfortable than being upside down on stone stairs.
Wednesday, May 21st, 2014 on Profectus
A clever contribution of clothing.
Wednesday, May 21st, 2014 on Presenting Avrora
A warm welcome to the fold for those welcoming folds.
A very well rounded presentation.
Wednesday, May 21st, 2014 on Carian
How to use stockings. A thematic cohesion that does not distract or overwhelm the scene.
The blue curtain is a better color for the background than the tan wall.
Sunday, May 18th, 2014 on Obinco
I have confidence that unlined swans like this would make you happy, too.
Tis best to be dreaming while awake, it seems. What with millioms of Rylsky monsters swarming the night scene.
Thank you for doing so, just the same.
Sunday, May 18th, 2014 on Gostawa
Never quite the right posture and camera angle to properly show the lovely curve of our model's mons. Ah, sadness.
Choice shirt mostly used well.
Unacceptabley verticle. The combination of that chair and that window is not the best; both our model and photographer seem confined.
Still worth it to see our model in the shirt.
Sunday, May 18th, 2014 on Tonkina
Excellent! There's the real one! I will sleep better! (....sorry if that tick I just put in the microwave was a friend)
Sunday, May 18th, 2014 on Maneza
Is there more than one Rylsky? One of his models is given a zero and we get an apology? I think I'll go back asleep to find out if I can wake back up in a familiar world.
Saturday, May 17th, 2014 on Maneza
I regret that I have but one thumb to give for my fellow here.
Friday, May 16th, 2014 on Epitimi
"That she's a full-fledged human being" requires no one's approval. Suggesting otherwise is simply a reflection of character.
Friday, May 16th, 2014 on Emelse
Our artist knows how to stick with a visual theme. Perhaps the most thematically cohesive photoset on site.
I quit bathing after I slipped in the shower. Quit trimming my nails after I made a hangnail bleed. Quit driving to the doctor's office after someone ran into the back of my car. After that last bout of food poisoning, I'm considering giving up food.
"That she's a full-fledged human being" requires no one's approval. Suggesting otherwise is simply a reflection of character.
"Rylsky - YOU SUCK!!!"
If we are referring to rhetorical style, and if R sucks, How do we rate this comment?
Friday, May 16th, 2014 on Presenting Josephine
There's plenty of room for creativity with panty positioning. Too often both fabric and skin get pulled to the point of distortion without providing any visual enhancement. If it must be done, the it should be done well. My attitude is like that of Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady. "The French don't care what they do actually, as long as they pronounce it properly."
Friday, May 16th, 2014 on Garsu
Pleasantly piquing posterior panty peeks.
Please punt preposterous panty pulling and present appropriate progression picturing panty display.
How far did she ride that bike with those shorts and those shoes?
Friday, May 16th, 2014 on Kurili
missed all my callings
Friday, May 16th, 2014 on Faransa
Go to a mall in Quebec City.
Thursday, May 15th, 2014 on Bisolita
Yet another panty waste. That fabric is a perfect color for our model's skin, but with not one good posterior pose. Plenty stretching them like a rubber band, though.
The wonderful warm colors of the room are excellent for our model. Then out comes the blaring glare of bleach white sheets -again. Our photographers should take their own sheets.
Thursday, May 15th, 2014 on Faransa
Well, who of us knows
How far it goes
Those little toes
Might fit in her nose
So this was to dignify your own?
Our artist might consider giving a workshop on how to light all white locations. Our model looks good without glare or washout.
Thursday, May 15th, 2014 on Festize
When I bought this iPad, Apple associates failed to demonstrate the contribution of the Retina display to the aesthetic appreciation of the well presented wet butt.
Curses to double layers of fabric!
82: we will never be free from framing out and cropping off, will we?
85 vs 88: a perfect example to show why horizontal landscapes should outnumber vertical portraits. Maybe as an exercise and exposition of artistic talent, a photographer could experiment by giving us a whole photoset with a horizontal orientation. I don't know -maybe it just can't be done.
Thursday, May 15th, 2014 on Thaidina
What sort of tags might accompany insemination?
No we can't. Most bathroom sets aren't anywhere near this good. It seems to me that bathrooms in general and the spaces within them are too confining for consistently good photographic work. Plus the surfaces are always hard.
Looking forward to 14 Jun.
Wednesday, May 14th, 2014 on Sirani
Along with an associative nomination as well, perhaps?
You said it. And no reason for anyone to bother voting, either.
Monday, May 12th, 2014 on Agbaye
A waste of panties. A violation of the rule of thong. A lost opportunity -especially with that mind blowing tunic.
I think our model has never been presented better.
The coherence and progression of this series is superb and should be emulated.
Tobacco is aesthetically gross.
Empathy for the ivy that reaches, but doesn't.
Monday, May 12th, 2014 on Bisolita
33. Closer would be fine. A little further would be fine. But slicing and losing the edge of a lovely curvaceous line is not fine.
Great use of a chair, with the posing and color complementing our model's hair.
Monday, May 12th, 2014 on Chimato
The use of the shirt is fantastically flattering to our model's uniquely architectural form. The poses in the shirt are all too vertical to make the most of it, I think. The visual effect of the fabric pulled to the side in 23, 24, and 25 is stand out.
A nice array of posing, though some with odd framing and cropping (77)
Beautiful close ups seem somewhat confined by squeezed cheeks.
I would like to see more like 62-75 from the back, including the rarely seen but classically beautiful full body reclining on the side. As well as butt shots that show the small of the back with the flare to the hip.
Please be sure to bring back our one and only with the entrancing enigmatic smile.
Monday, May 12th, 2014 on Lehinna
Our photographer and model know the value of a leg up.
Monday, May 12th, 2014 on Subeida
We are in the world of the comment section of an erotic photography site. If we wish to communicate at all we have no choice but to use lots of language that I, at least, wouldn't use elsewhere. I won't be commenting on the outline of any Grande Bellezza at the high school graduation party I will be attending soon.
The question presented has never been whether is it usually considered rude in general, but whether HERE, as a DESCRIPTIVE noun, it is insulting to NUDE MODELS.
There is no purpose in forming a judgement, humble or otherwise, on a topic that has been well studied. The wikipedia article is not bad (as of today). Instead of asking whether it has lost its offensiveness, I would suggest asking when, where, and why it acquired offensiveness in the first place. It seems to be considered most offensive in the US, and in particular our own Midwest. We should not assume native usage in our own small repressed neck of the woods has any relevance to the lingua franca of the entire world.
So here is my take. This is the one word in the English language that clearly applies to the entirety of female genitalia. Any acceptance or belief that the word itself is offensive to women is bizarre.
The human form is beautiful in its entirety. We ought to be able to discuss it free from weird hang ups.
You are 40 years behind. There is a wikipedia article. I am reminded of the use of "baiser" as the first verb in books teaching French.
Sunday, May 11th, 2014 on Subeida
try that out when summoned.
oops. "does not indicate". bad place for a mistake.
Sunday, May 11th, 2014 on Presenting Gana
It might be offensive in a culture that is so uncomfortable with sexuality that women raise their sons with the word "dinger" because they can't bring themselves to say "penis". Lol. I suppose that would make that word I can't bring myself to type a "bell", wouldn't it? Then I guess we could have "Ringing the Church Bells".
I don't recommend walking into a court and addressing the female clerks: "hey, girls!". My Grandmother, aunts, and cousins; from them you would get a smile.
I understand it is best not to go around Germany addressing young women as "Fraulein".
And deny myself the astonishment?
You realize that amounts to using it, right?
Sunday, May 11th, 2014 on Akmenu
What an excellent use of a dress.
What a play of curves, color, light, and shadow (some of those close ups -whew!)
What a gloriously flattering presentation of silky skin.
What a cute face.
What energetic joy from our model.
Well spoken. Though I am glad we can see the dress as more than a lump of fabric on the ground or bunched around the waist.
33 to 35 and the pictures with the dress are some of my favorite on this site. The hairstyle is such to provide all the benefits of long hair while blocking nothing. The framing effect for the face is perfectly flattering. The way the wind is captured is captivating. That splash of blue earring complements sky and eye -an aesthetic delight.
Sunday, May 11th, 2014 on Lemoni
I am approaching the half century mark and have lived in and visited a fair number of places. I read and watch media in the English language of several cultures. I have learned an eye-popping, cheek reddening amount of slang from long association with public schools.
Not once, not ever, have I known the word "cunt" to be used synonymously with the word "whore". So I do, in fact, deny what you say is "that fact". I suppose it therefore follows from your statement that I (as well a significant proportion of Ireland, apparently) do not qualify as "anyone".
What I am hearing is that any word in the English language that refers directly to this particular part of the body is offensive to women. Unless it is slang, metaphor, euphemism, or allusion.
If this were a court applying the English Common Law, I would seek a writ of quo warranto demanding to know what authority grants the right to define "today's norms and standards" for every single one of the billion plus users of English on the planet.
What is truly unforgivable is the idea that any word in the English language that refers directly to this part of the body is automatically considered vulgar or "unforgivable".
And where is it considered forgivable to refer to a group of women as "the girls"?
And how often have the words "whore" or "slut" been used on this site?
An opinion backed by a citation. An appeal to reason, empiricism, linguistics and logic. Winner of The Magwich Medal of Merit on Met Art for the Month of May.
"I think it is up to you which ethnic group you identify with"
I once declared that I identified with the Kayin of Burma. My personal choice was neither absolute nor final. In fact, no one took me seriously at all.
"there is something very sinister about analyzing another person's ethnicity"
Bunk. Everyone categorizes everyone in a myriad of ways automatically all the time. Only our interpretations and choices can be sinister.
"It is reminiscent of 1930s Germany and the Nuremberg Race laws"
Gotta love those ethnic Germans of the 1930's. So good for giving the rest of us the satisfaction of our certain superiority. The worse we think of the badness of others, the easier it is to ignore our own faults. (So what if the Nazi Eugenics program was based on those active in the US. So what if compulsory sterilization laws remained in force in other countries, states, provinces, and cantons until at least the 1970's.)
Sunday, May 11th, 2014 on Foruna
My assessment of what you said was: "I obviously agree".
You don't owe me an apology for my feelings.
Saturday, May 10th, 2014 on Presenting Gana
"My username has nothing to do with my views on ethnicity"
OK. It still is most unhelpful to the sentiment expressed.
The pencil browed Melissa Jones beat me with a stick in the sixth grade. Since then, no amount of therapy has helped me see anything good in any woman who does not have one full, natural, bushy unibrow above her eyes. What can I do?
Saturday, May 10th, 2014 on Divenne
I obviously agree. The name "SouthernMaster" is most unhelpful, however.
A bit jumpy.
In the ratings you might see love of color tempered by dislike of a jaundice like color/light combination that some may think does no justice to beautiful skin. Or one might see a dislike of medusa like hair spreads (as Eric Laticka so often does with Milena). Or one might see the result of those whose reactions to nude women are overwhelmed by an inability to appreciate without a particular hair style.
Mr Arkisi, an aesthetic or sexual attraction does not amount to racism. My tendency to be attracted to women with dark hair and skin does indicate an aversion to the existence of Norwegians.
I read a few years ago that 25% of black men in Alabama were legally prevented from voting (due to convictions). Those of us who give a damn about creating a better world might start by ignoring the trivial and might start paying attention to the important.
Might as well add to the sadness by imagining an unseen tattoo...........
Wednesday, May 7th, 2014 on Lettino
Hey. Where's the big blue hat?
"You look at your little sister in this way? THAT's kind of creepy."
"Well, it's tough, but somebody's gotta do it"
Tuesday, May 6th, 2014 on Extensa
A commendably positive assessment. Thank you, I needed it.
13 and 14. What is that?!!
There are lots of excellent images here like 10, 120, 121. Taken as a whole, I don't see much cohesion, theme, progression, or story. We have seen many times our artist excels at all 4. For me this is a combination of superb and sloppy. 48 - 51 could be great with better framing.
I am surprised we haven't heard from Snake about the bunched up lingerie. In 85 it accentuates nicely. The same in 87 with the scoop below the navel. But 90 and 91 look like good pictures targeted by guns shooting purple paintballs. SPLAT!
I like that chair as a chair. I am not convinced its contribution to compelling eroticism calls for continued inclusion. I am beginning to prefer the Pineapple Crocodile.
I would be happy to bribe the jailer to cut a particulular internet connection. This sort of sleaze reflects poorly on this website and those of us who subscribe. I very much doubt this sort of thing draws potential customers.
Whatever the intended purpose, multiple names reduce the ability of our models to promote their own image. Sort of the opposite of brand management. It is probably a decent indication of status and relative negotiating power. In such a situation a functioning market should give rise to agency (which of course has its own problems.....). While one name could mask identity, it seems to me that multiple names could be devaluing. I am sure that most consumers of soft porn don't care, but I suspect most of us hope we are not participating in something harmful.
Tuesday, May 6th, 2014 on Saoire
The tattoo is less offensive than the visual impact of orange shoes with setting.
The long sleeved, side slit shirt skirt deserves to have our model all to itself instead of simply being filler. Starting with sleeves out, buttoned up. Then pictured slowly coming off from every angle possible.
If that dress is an impediment, I don't know what to say.
Saturday, May 3rd, 2014 on Naisunta
The light is gray, sky is gray, the water is gray, the sand is tan.
The dress saves the day. While I might like more with less dress, the blue pulls this series from bland to bright.
And, [insert huge sigh of relief here], definitely better than full nudity with a horse.
Just look at what that dress covered up in 89!
Objectively, I must agree. Subjectively, I find myself trusting fer_realz judgement on the matter.
Friday, May 2nd, 2014 on Pisina
Is it possible for past trauma to cause a deep seated ambivalence with respect to the visibility of knee caps?
Friday, May 2nd, 2014 on Menvia
I am mostly white, some black, and some amerindian. I am native to the continent of North America. DNA testing indicates over 3% Neanderthal. What would you like me to be? Ivory? Simply European? How about using fish flesh as analogy instead of wood grain? Can I be Simply Salmon? And what is simple about the ethnic diversity of the continent of Africa?
Thursday, May 1st, 2014 on Foruna
Suberp selection of clothing color and design. Nice to see our model's face and neck with hair up.
Truly amazing accentuation of our model's hips.
Focus is sometimes peculiar. I was not inspired to rip up down pillows or open cans of tar, however.
Thursday, May 1st, 2014 on Manzana
I suppose my comment made sense when I wrote it. ):
Thursday, May 1st, 2014 on Aledya
:( Disregard my nonsensical comment.
At least, it looks like "wiskas".
Thursday, May 1st, 2014 on Okuta
Wispy whiskers under Wiskas. The very nice trim helps our artist frequently highlight the curvature of a fantastic mons with notable success.
Though not always a fan of our artist's panty pulls, 27 and 28 are peeks that please aplenty.
Whether due to model or artist, we have a rare treat of mammaries seeming both large and sleek.
We are treated to a panty expose' better than most. The panties are treated a bit too much like a rubber band, however.
Thursday, May 1st, 2014 on Selgeth
Stand out from the crowd suggestions are interesting.
Our photographer frequently gives us poses that fit model to model like hand to long elegant glove, providing grace and interest that surpass the usual 2 model pairing. 2 dimensional 4 cheek lineups are exceptions, and do not convey the synergy of rapport.
Some color, perhaps from the ground cloth, might be nice.
My high expectations of our artist have been met once again.
Thursday, May 1st, 2014 on Tessera
Purple is much more flattering to our model's skin than the orange look of the wall in this light.
Thursday, May 1st, 2014 on Venata
Black panties would help lift this set from a bland combination of light and color.
Let us remember the wisdom expressed in the literary magnum opus of the great philosopher, Taro Gomi.
It seems 45 degrees can cause disorientation.
+ white skin
+ plus orange
+ bright yellow
+ plus glare
+ 27th photoset of top model with only one artist
@ 45 degrees
= total not greater than the sum of the parts
Thursday, May 1st, 2014 on Ligina
2nd declension Latin. Ani.
"Opinions are like ani, Watson. Everyone has one." -Elementary
Monday, April 28th, 2014 on Dellore
Considered derogatory by whom and in what context?
Try to be nice? Everything in the comment above is stated as a verbal superlative and couldn't be any nicer.
What is truly derogatory is the idea that any word in the English language that refers directly to this part of the body is automatically considered vulgar or "derogatory".
And where is it considered non-derogatory to refer to a group of women as "the girls"?
Monday, April 28th, 2014 on Cattura
I wanted to see our model in the shirt without the bra. I do like, however, the 2 pictures with both showing - I think they match just fine.
Monday, April 28th, 2014 on Spoliata
The panties were lost too soon.
Monday, April 28th, 2014 on Cansasu
Correct in a a manner not intended.
Who, What, Where, Why, When, How, Describe, Explain. Please.
Being half in blue jeans is obviously better than being half in a basket.
Monday, April 28th, 2014 on Gelidita
Soft core what?
Monday, April 28th, 2014 on Nensi B
This is porn.
Your vision is tarnished by its lack.
God made a beatous garden
A beatus beauty of bounteous booty
Photographer Paramov Presently Paragon of Posterior Postulation
Fie for the folly of feet on fire (53): a little loud with the light
A treat of texture
Monday, April 28th, 2014 on Klinete
A shirt perfect for posterior posing. Too few like 7 and 58.
Monday, April 28th, 2014 on Deligty
"Pine Cones with Guitar as Phallus" will perhaps not be remembered for being our artist's best work.
Sunday, April 27th, 2014 on Foraoise
Saturday, April 26th, 2014 on Spoliata
The bra seems like an insult to the shirt.
A distinctive and elegant look for our long lost luscious lovely.
An eloquent composition of light, texture, design, color, and pose.
Alas, the floral contribution to this arrangement is both aesthetically and biologically toxic.
Saturday, April 26th, 2014 on Chariye
Only if you are the last of us left standing.
Thursday, April 24th, 2014 on Soleta
However would we know with a picture like #16? 103 Epivalo, 48 Madubi, 43 Apporito, 99 Lever, Papira 42, Simpala 35 all suggest an answer in the affirmative. Those images also suggest the value of a more thorough exposition of artistic expression in this area.
We certainly have enough that none would dare question our model's reign at the club. However, that adorable propensity to hide and peek has yet to be overcome with a proper coaxing into full and glorious view.
Our model's beauty verily (for real) demands an artistic opus with appropriate focus.
Hopefully with a full application of effort and talent by our artist photographer. A half hearted or half assed offering will not do. No, our model's graces deserve careful treatment.
Snake must be sleeping.
Monday, April 21st, 2014 on Camposi
Perhaps a befitting name for the companion club would be simply "The Association".
What happened between 9 and 10?
Monday, April 21st, 2014 on Spinosa
Our artist, once again, uses color to bring out the best of his subject. Compare the harsh effect of the blue background on the skin of our model in the next set.
Why lose the clothing? Does it block the view? Perhaps our artist fears the effects of sensory overload should we see that smile at the same time as the clothes. Perhaps his fear is not misplaced.
Monday, April 21st, 2014 on Diasatis
The PP Club is clearly in need of a companion organization.
Too bad about the lighting in #58. And the focus in #61.
#15. #116. Really?!
#106. Nipple nick.
What caused the bloodshot eyes? Spraying chlorinated water into them? Or chopping our model's skull, perhaps?
Monday, April 21st, 2014 on Elachista
For a positive contribution, unfurl thy tounge.
Saturday, April 19th, 2014 on Presenting Sigrid
No need to remember, we have maps these days.
Saturday, April 19th, 2014 on Marginata
"The model looks like a corpse!"
So do I suffer from necrophilia!?
Saturday, April 19th, 2014 on Moneta
Some rye, some maize, some stubble
A theme of scratchy trouble.
Saturday, April 19th, 2014 on Triquerta
Considering the bright noonday sun, the reflection from the water, our model's pale skin and the bright white boat, this looks remarkably good.
I don't think I have seen a finer exposition of curvy ass up imagery.
Thursday, April 17th, 2014 on Naduny
I must live a very sheltered life in a very tiny world, cuz I've never seen a construction site looking like this.
Tuesday, April 15th, 2014 on Erinma
But sometimes we laugh anyway.
Friday, April 4th, 2014 on Presenting Vikki Mauri
Hey you 2 posters below, don't bother noticing the dress.
Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014 on Vacharo
Maybe to his ear.
Tuesday, April 1st, 2014 on Debitat
Magwich recommends saving the eyes for last.
Tuesday, April 1st, 2014 on Trydan
My fellows! What's wrong with you?! Are we so stingy?
A 21 thumb salute for Mr. Bibble, I say!
Tuesday, April 1st, 2014 on Sferica
Thank Goodness at Last! We are saved from those idiots awfully chosen in the past by our poor misused muse!
Just look at image 49 of "curaçao"! Horrors and Nightmares! Denim Doomed by a Dastardly Daguerreotype Doofus!
Tuesday, April 1st, 2014 on Vedibile
Imagine a hairless woman with tattoos of hair.
How would bare fearing, ink hating, met members react? Would brains break?
Some very nice images of neck and back. Definitely worth the aspirin required by the stunning stupid stripes straining the eyes.
How about a large tattoo on the hip: "Speaker of What Attracts All Guys"
There is nothing wrong with this location. Bit it looks somewhat sterile in this light with pale skinned blonde models wearing neutral colors.
Tuesday, April 1st, 2014 on Passende
I have confidence that our excessively polite photographer will not fall into a monochromatic pit.
Panties bra and hose: color - black. Texture - fabric. Very difficult to mess up.
Floor: color - red. Texture - carpet. Very difficult to mess up.
Lattice screen background. Texture - excellent. Combination of light and color - so so. I suspect our photographer's team is not at liberty to use spray paint. I understand the appeal of the location. Our artist is adept at using small spaces or windows. I personally hope this location is used again. Some sort of cushion or chair might help for a greater variety of poses.
Tuesday, April 1st, 2014 on Solita
Alma Mater di Grande Bellezza
How about make up, lighting, haircut, hair style, hair color, recent bath, plucked eyebrows, nose hairs, etc. ?
Monday, March 31st, 2014 on Teneri
I hereby encourage this photographer. I encourage critique over cat claws.
Monday, March 31st, 2014 on Angelique A
I will imagine something else, thanks.
Monday, March 31st, 2014 on Atti
We certainly don't want to see any more perfection shown to us by artists who are not good.
Monday, March 31st, 2014 on Maturano
un altro grande bellezza
Monday, March 31st, 2014 on Presenting Sigrid
I'm more than 20 pounds overweight and my ribs show more than those of our model here. Several pounds either way will leave proximity to perfection intact.
Generosity is an admirable trait.
Most masterly mirroring of model in memory.
A song for a thong with praises for poses.
Curvy cheeky cleavage.
Lovely litany of lip and light.
Finely framed fantastic face.
Our model shines while our photographer artist shows how much can be achieved with a plain shirt.
Sunday, March 30th, 2014 on Mastiha
rachsbach: "Things I didn't like: This set. 'Almost' everything about it"
Firstly, I actually like this series.
Secondly, I have no problem with panties in 5 pictures. To the contrary, I want to see more of them.
Thirdly, in my comment below I note that Matiss showed me I was wrong.
Fourthly, acquaintance here with rachsbach is quite acceptable, even on a bad day. :)
La GB's give me la heebee geebies.
Sunday, March 30th, 2014 on Senari
And take off the shoes!
Sunday, March 30th, 2014 on Atti
Today is your day.
Sunday, March 30th, 2014 on Nalazi
Well, obviously, bright yellow panties wrapped around thighs in the woods can be sexy.
Another welcome splash of color from our chromatically gifted artist. Another pair of eyes shown with love and care. The whole body of our model gets marvelous treatment with adequate attention to the back. The play of light on skin flatters the curves of the close ups.
How can such silly shoes have such charming appeal?
By the way. Those are panties, not a washcloth. And lips are lovelier without leaves.
An interesting array of extraordinarily graceful poses. Well done as an artistic exposition of what can be done draping a body over a confining bench.
Sunday, March 30th, 2014 on Terutama
That might be an interesting article of clothing in the beginning. Who's to know? It's partly off when we start and then hangs there like laundry.
The panties fare no better. Wrapping them around the thighs like a rubber band is not sexy.
Use the clothes or lose the clothes. Our model is not a towel rack.
Despite the rant, not a bad series.
She is getting plenty of support and encouragement here today.
Saturday, March 29th, 2014 on Presenting Xola
Yes, lots and lots of interesting sets.
Now my attempt at silly will lead to my attempt at expanding my cinematic horizons.
Saturday, March 29th, 2014 on Adariu
Verily, for realz, much more creative presentation of panty potential is possible.
You are hereby granted the title Pontifex of Panties, or Pantifex.
With the indulgence of the Pantifex, I will give some suggestions on your upcoming Pamphlet on Panty Propriety.
Categories of panties:
Skirt boxer with low hanging narrow crotch with room for peek and reach
Bikini - narrower with less cheek coverage.
Jock - fabric stops at the band but has coverage front and back
Thong - with subcategories for amount of cheek coverage
Open or split versions of the above.
Panty Rule #1: Use it or lose it
What creative posing? All that horse did was stand on all fours.
Saturday, March 29th, 2014 on Atti
OK. For you, I will give in finally, and join damned Facebook. But don't expect any tweety chirping from me.
No need to pant. "Yes, yes" suffices.
Saturday, March 29th, 2014 on Morignia
As long as the pay is a drop kick.
Where does one get to see the visage of our fair Catherine?
That face as you have shown it is worthy of the marble and bronze of Ancient Greece.
Sorry. Wasn't aiming for tssss.
I can't really answer. I'm traveling with an iPad.
Saturday, March 29th, 2014 on Senari
Lagrandebellezaphobia is curable.
Anything for my fellow Metartians.
The color from that necklace flatters our model and greatly enhances the overall visual effect. The whole series of images would be worse without the color. Alas, it is still a terrible necklace, and no amount of boobage would save it.
So, I don't like the necklace, but I am glad it is there.
This one is a real no no.
Well, if this is perhaps not our photographer's best work, it is quite a luscious no no. On the Met Art no no list, certainly one of my favorite no no's.
I hope our artist continues to submit the no no's along with the masterworks.
See 120. Sweetness removal would require a rip in the fabric of the universe. Much easier, unfortunately, is removal of top of head, shoulder, elbow, and fingers.
The hairstyle is, indeed, perfect. It should be used far more often.
If it would help to bring back our model, I volunteer to beg.
Ah, yes. All those many Volga Bulgar Tatar Princess movies.
What?! The mysterious and belated appearance of a lost comment. Sorry!
A+ for color well chosen to flatter our model in this lovely setting. Those eyes have never looked better. Make up color is excellent. Dropping half the hammock is a very good idea.
Don't chop off the top of a model's head. No slouching #112. Don't use car headlights as supplemental lighting.
Yes, we know our model is bodacious. But remember that whole lovely back. Show those 36 inches.
103 is everything an image of this model should be.
May we see color, artist, and model again soon.
A+ for choice and use of color. Lovely for the setting.
Our model's eyes have never looked better. Make up color is excellent.
Lose the hat. What was that?
Never chop off the top of a model's head unless giving a close up of the eyes.
No slouching. 112 -what was that?
Lighting - what was that, car headlights?
Yes, I see that our model is bodacious. But her backside is also nice.
103 is everything a photo of our model should be.
May our colorful photographer artist return soon, and model, too.
Perhaps as Parade Potentate I could sit upon the Throne of Thong. My lap could be a PP Perch.
Friday, March 28th, 2014 on Saranin
A considerable effort worth making. Leave no curve unshown. Extra compensation would no doubt encourage a greater number of artistic expressions.
Viva la grande Bellezza.
Friday, March 28th, 2014 on Presenting Csilla
You can see such work quite well in the award winning coffee table book: "Hiding From The Grande Bellezza"
I hereby add "Grande Bellezza" to the Magwich Manual of Recommended Descriptive Vocabulary.
Our equine model should be fed ice cream cones, watermelon, and contents of fruit bowls.
Friday, March 28th, 2014 on Atti
A stuffed horse is a prop.
Must be cruelty to us animals since I perceive no problem for the horse.
Cute and sexy all around. Some neglect of our model's back and some clumsy cropping of close ups.
Nice thong. We should see it. An upshot with the dress would be nice. C'mon. Use it or lose it.
Friday, March 28th, 2014 on Jotege
An admirable and balanced assessment.
Friday, March 28th, 2014 on Senari
I share our artist's fascination with ancient wooden pilings. I would like to read about them in a journal article or have them shown to me by an archaeologist. I would definitely be grateful for their exact location. Here it's contribution is zero -at best. At worst, it prevents the tide and waves from cleaning the beach, leaving sludge and debris.
Besides the grass, which provides excellent background, the most aesthetically interesting part of our model's setting is the ORANGE JELLY BEAN (i.e. #25)
Sand dune slithering is so not sexy.
Crotch grit grates more than clashing colors or clumsy cropping.
However, my good fellows, we could put more effort into seeing the good. Our appreciation is a joint effort of artist photographer, model, AND viewer.
57 is better than good. The texture, form and color of the grass frame and flatter our model well, as does the water and the horizon. The colors in the fabric wrap bring out the color of the eyes. The sunlight reflecting in the hair helps. The minimalist make up is very effective. The play of light on our model's skin works to display form an feature? That lovely face could hardly be better shown. We should see it more often. I am left wanting the wrap to slowly slip down.
The open jacket clasped at the top with the black bra is well chosen along with the thong panties which offer so much potential.
Our model's skin tone and graceful structural form come through everywhere. There are plenty of curves from the whole body. Our photographer met the lighting challenge as well as most in a setting of this sort.
So I look forward to seeing soon an offering that showcases strengths and talents of this photographer artist.
79 is good from the waist down.
What a shame, the complaints are understandable.
Lack of fixation = lack of totality
May our photographer fixate on all that is possible.
Thursday, March 27th, 2014 on Presenting Csilla
That would be a thong with a ruffle waist. Between the cheeks but not a string. What to call it is less important than its unjustified neglect.
Thursday, March 27th, 2014 on Adariu
That might be a G string.
Our photographer's affinity for distinctive and elegant beauty continues.
Our model has an exceptional flare of hip. I would like to see it accentuated. Posterior elevation works best when we can see the small of the back. A well chosen thong never hurts.We lose focus a little to soon in 72, and some fingers and toes are chopped.
The last images with the ear showing through the hair are charmingly cute.
Carry on, good photographer, carry on.
Ok. I just looked the other sets of our model. Let's try those eyes and skin against a darker background - how about some dark blue? And some locations with a different lighting situation would be a relief.
Thursday, March 27th, 2014 on Nirina
The silhouette with the light through that smartly chosen blouse is oh so sweetly, lusciously enticing. The risk taken with the light was wort it.
The texture and color of the fabric, the minimalist make up, the slightly too blonde hair, the overly large earrings, and most importantly those eyes combine well in this creative composition.
The imagery suffered with the loss of the light blue color.
The location seemed a bit prickly.
Now, for my next trick, ---------Juggling!
Thursday, March 27th, 2014 on Presenting Denisa
My grandmother kept a lid on the pepper jar.
Thursday, March 27th, 2014 on Seguita
Whew. I feel better.
Thursday, March 27th, 2014 on Saranin
Using a simple setting like this is a perfect way to introduce our model.
I love the lips (all of them) and how our artist photographer shows them. There is a great deal of potential for artistic presentation in this respect. Let's not be too shy to show.
The fingers and toes photo is nice.
Both model and artist very nice all around.
Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 on Presenting Lucy Heart
Oh, no. Seriously, these sorts of comments have a tendency to lead to loss of time and money. :)
The lipstick is not too bright for me. The earrings are fine. Either can provide color and interest to draw attention to our model. They just did not go well together.
Please don't apologize. You have offered us plenty of great imagery. If I don' t always like every photo, I appreciate how you push artistic boundaries in a way that many do not -it would be a great loss to stop.
I do ask for more kindness to elbows, knees, and toes.
Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 on Debitat
Perhaps a reason to prefer this site -Artwork.
Oh, c'mon. Surely "masterpeek" is worth 2 thumbs.
Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 on Saranin
I'll like as many good hairstyles and looks as we get too see. Show me what you can do!
How about mounting a Tuna?
Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 on Soggeti
I'm thinking the face of this model is not irrelevant.
Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 on Odisago
I offer myself as a low pay apprentice to our photographer for the chance to acquire the ability to achieve 5 photosets like this in one day. Met Art has my permission to convey my email to our artist should he (?) request it.My Black Sea geographical and botanical expertise is such that I can't comment on the likelihood of oak and birch (or is that poplar) growing in proximity to salt water.
I would like to request a photoshoot with a view of Lake Baikal. Also in the mountains around Almaty, supposedly the origin of the apple.
My ignorance of the verb created from the noun "Photoshop" is complete and total. Other than possession of a credit card, this seems to be my best asset for appreciating this site.
This important question led to some intensive detectoring. The conclusion: the intra labial opening in 126 actually leads to the new secret entrance to The Pit of Despair. Prior to preparing to die at the hands of Inigo Montoya, The Six Fingered Man realized we had all discovered the tree and needed a new door. Since he also provided for an emergency back route, there is no reason to get a wedgie worrying about sand.
Dedication to new ideas and experimentation shows in your work. I hope you remember 109. And 108 and 107 and 106 and 105. (I guess I like that backside ;)
I hope you bring her back soon.
Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 on Bevande
This model can be appreciated without trashing another.
I feel ok about appreciating what I see here. I feel no need to convince myself of my own superiority because I look at this and not the other.
Well put. The analysis of the camerawork prevents me from making a weight assessment - I generally consider that to be a challenge for the artist. Wayyyyyyy to vertical. Very flattering make up. Effectively affecting eye contact.
Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 on Alcune
Call in the detectives. We are the victims of another thong robbery.
The light blue is a perfect color for this model. Is there a bad color? The short little top is dreamy. The head shots from above always work. That lustrous luxurious hair is a wonder. It generally looks better pulled away from one side lest it overwhelm.
The folding screen by itself or the wall by itself make our model look best.
81,82,83. Each a masterpeek. An effect again to seek.
More visits are welcome, of course.
A very nice amount of a very nice blue to bring out the light blue eyes. The ripped plaid was fetching underneath, especially when in focus enough to see.
Ice cream goes quite nicely with watermelon in the trash bin off stage.
Oh my. Yes.
A comely coordination of color to surround our vision of a model.
Many examples of the benefits of the horizontal landscape.
More could have be achieved with the unzipping with different angles of the camera or model.
Our model's feature's are better flattered with the extra color.
I'd be happy with continued well done outdoor sets. But how about a tent pavilion with piles of pillows?
Baby butt, little sister, seven-year-old, niece.......
House arrest should include disconnection from the internet.
Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 on Seguita
A properly spelled scar does not detract from our model.
Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 on Debitat
Our court is grateful.
Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 on Bevande
We see far too few images on met like the wonderful 109.
The color and tone of our model's skin call for more close ups from behind.
Superior use of a mirror.
Our model's eyes are too often half closed.
Never trust thumbnails with this artist. The larger imagery is always better.
Peek a boo alert!
Our model here presents a temptation that some good photographer should not resist.
Peeks and teases with clothing should be followed with a smooth transition to peeks and teases with those perfect lips.
Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 on Presenting Lucy Heart
Where is the underwear
Something to ponder for
A good long time.A must for any artist's pose book.
Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 on Herunder
A gremlin did that, I didn't.
Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 on Affatto
It is good to see the occasional presentation free from background or clothing. Our photographer manages to avoid monotony with a decent array of poses. Nothing of our model's form was neglected here.
The untanned skin tone did not always work with that shade of color. A somewhat darker blue, perhaps?
How about a braid?
Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 on Tenute
What started out as promisingly cute and enticing quickly went downhill. Creativity was lost with the clothes.
110 - half a haunch with focus that is not artistic but simply bad.
The color mismatch of lipstick an heartsy hoop earrings contributes to a sense of the artificial.
The jean shorts and halter looking bra do some well deserved justice to our model in the beginning.
92. A dumb use of lovely long hair.
We do not need to be hit on the head with cheap phallic imagery to assist the imagination. Let's not see our model perched on a fire plug anytime soon.
Nice use of clothing, except where bunched around the middle.
The setting works well, especially where our artist keeps clutter out of the background.
Our model is as luscious as ever.
Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 on Afferma
Please show consideration for those with OCD. Move the sofa to the right.
Think artist! The thong!
I'm weird. I'm in lust with a sofa. The richness of the fabric along with the color and design. The colors, especially, match our model.
I wonder how it will go when I show 75 to an interior decorator or furniture store and say "find me this sofa".
Saturday, March 22nd, 2014 on Enirdol
ha ha, you missed one.
The knee necklace. A short lived fad. Few had a patella to make it work.
Alas though, fruits are forever.
Saturday, March 22nd, 2014 on Symvei
The heart of a tagger.
Ok, this set is a delight of creative posing.
Saturday, March 22nd, 2014 on Crosta
Also add 111,112,113.
23 - Add to the pose book. 24 - stop the chop, that good have been really good.
Reassurance is hereby granted. You-are-a-beautiful-toad, and don't need to find imperfection in a model to realize it.
Saturday, March 22nd, 2014 on Parousia
Indeed. The lower lip showing in 117 is one of her assets.
Fear struck me upon seeing the first four images. Relief was quick. No fruits.
So many stand out aspects to this series. It is a challenge to the motivation. 2 sets from yesterday still haven't received proper Magwich mention.
I know nothing about photography, but despite the general excellence here, the skin of our model occasionally appears false to my eyes.
Personality comes through here loud and clear without becoming a distracting silly a frolic (but see 43) . Look at those dimples! Now those are erotic goodies (boner dimples). Even the stockings have personality, rather than simple being there.
Both stockings and blouse are ideal choices for our setting and model. The shirt is both a tease and a show off. (see butt 89, 95). Cloth used to maximum effect.
Image 3 with closed body language -that is not closed at all -conveying warmth and promise to the lucky person facing our model.
22,23,24. Fine examples of why I prefer landscapes. Those are (ahem) very effective poses. I wish our model was a bit closer to the headboard so it would provide a more pleasing frame without being chopped.
The wall and headboard provide color and texture which work well to flatter out model, and with simplicity do not detract. No obtrusive picture on the wall. A side table blessedly free of ugly lamp or clutter. The curtain does sometimes create an uncomfortable split background (see 32).
44-51. A nice progression of legginess. Camera angles that are good at conveying 3 dimensions.
53 is a winner. A touch of cleavage tease, and the lovely hip rolling slightly to the side so we can see. Another good use of landscape.
68, 69, 70. Also 3 dimensionally effective. The open leg pose with view from the top is lovely. I did wish for enough room between the bed and the wall for the camera to give us a nice close up.
The views from above are nice. Especially 118 with the eyes through the hair.
119 could be improved with the headboard high enough to frame the backside rather than interrupting the curve of the hip.
I frequently miss, with this artist, butt views that highlight the flare of waist to hip. The small of the back is often obscured. Isn't that what we notice when watch a woman walking away from us? I want to see the last photo exactly as it is with her facing the other direction.
The last photo is excellent the way it is, and a fine choice to end the series.
Saturday, March 22nd, 2014 on Seguita
Are you listening, good author?
Anyone have the gumption to send him a suggestion?
Saturday, March 22nd, 2014 on Persibida
Really, really?! No teasing, now!
Yes, teasing. I demand from our photographer artist a set called "Aching for Tiffany" or how about Susan Sto Helit on that dark backlit set with some smoke and catsuit with a microphone. So, so many possibilities.
Are you listening, good photographer?
You only have to get past it a little ways. You can do it.
Friday, March 21st, 2014 on Enirdol
Thank heavens for author Terry Pratchett.
Friday, March 21st, 2014 on Persibida
Vulgar eroticism is fine with me, thank you. Just as long as is presented with artistic refinement.
If I don't really like a set, I don't give it a nine.
They'll be back soon -juggling while they bounce on a trampoline balanced on the back of four elephants that are standing on a giant turtle swimming through space.
Thursday, March 20th, 2014 on Persibida
Just so they stay away from your wardrobe department.
Thursday, March 20th, 2014 on Nainab
An exposition of one article of clothing. Shown in all its glory from every possible angle. I even noticed what it framed so well. The view of fabric pulled away from the body in 52, 53, 97-100 should go in the book of ideal poses. The light provides just enough contrast on her skin to accentuate every lovely little curve.
If I want to find fault, I will have to settle for the plastic wisteria.
Now I'd best go disconnect the smoke alarms before the neighbors call the fire department.