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Saturday, January 28, 2017

Expressions

In doing some online scavenging for images for upcoming posts I was amazed at how few images of spanking art are actually drawn anymore. Instead there are all of these CGI pictures, oddball 'composites' some of which look like a preschooler got his hands on his dad's porn collection before going at them with scissors and paste, and photos altered by computer to 'look' like they were drawn or painted. Very disheartening. However, among all that, I did find some gems and this one in particular got my attention and admiration:


Now as I've said before, while I am no advocate of corporal punishment for kids, I do enjoy the imagery since I tend to place my adult self in the position of the depicted miscreant. This drawing is all about "expression"! There's not a lot of action happening. There's no wild beating taking place. It is a quiet moment before the storm to come......... but it is loaded with foreboding. And just look at the boy's face! This is not the face of someone wrongly accused. He is guilty and knows it......and yet is not any too eager to bend for that switch............ although he knows it is inevitable. He seems almost mad at himself for getting himself into this predicament. The disciplinarian's expression is pure stern annoyance. She is not looking any too forgiving right now. In short, this is a fantastic piece of "spanking art" even though no spanking is actually taking place.

If only those hundreds of action-packed but emotionally-vacant images I had to wade through possessed even a fraction of the humanity and realism shown here!

12 comments:

  1. Totally agree -- the lack of spanking art showing any genuine emotion -- particularly dread, regret, fear -- on the part of a disciplined man is very apparent if you ever spend some time trying to track down examples. I save A LOT of F/m spanking art, and the examples that show anything resembling real male emotion are few and far between. Not that the situation is that much better with M/f art, but at least there are some examples there of women feeling genuine fear of the spanking to come or remorse or relief when it is over.

    Sounds like you have a new mission -- get to drawing some more! I would take it on myself, but I can't even draw stick figures.

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    1. Interesting you should challenge me like that. I had a similar thought. Though i fear my drawing skills are so rusty that I fear I might render images like a novice. (I also have some house projects underway that will prevent me from attempting this mission anytime soon.) But I DO think I'm going to give it a whirl.

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  2. I too have a bit of a collection of F/m spanking art. I delight in looking at pieces by tommyspot, Franco, and Barb, and I'm sure my discovery of pieces by them helped invoke my own feelings then desires for similar situations.

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    1. Oh my. I'm afraid we have very dissimilar tastes in artwork. I don't personally care for photo-manipulations.

      And Barb's work is interesting enough, but it is what I referred to as photos being computer manipulated to look as if they were drawn. (I could be wrong on this, but I would bet money I'm not. I've seen some pieces of hers where you can easily see the photo base. It is not hard to imagine taking that process an additional step or two to get to her more finished 'airbrushy' pieces. Her poses definitely suggest that is what she is doing.

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  3. To each his own, then. Meanwhile, thought you might get a kick outta this:
    http://peloklumper.tumblr.com/post/156478545904/but-you-spanked-me-last-night-i-protested-still

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    2. I do like Barb,I just wish that more of her subjects were about spanking adult males. I do love RedRump, but does anyone know why he seems to have stopped blogging entirely?

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    3. Also, while I love RedRump's depiction of disciplinary wives, the men are still kind of lack in emotional response. That is what I see as really lacking in the F/m spanking art. Just no real sense of vulnerability or fear or contrition.

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    4. I was wondering About RedRump also. I might email him just to see. I actually find his faces very expressive.....it may just be that he tends not to depict the type of emotional response you are talking about.

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  4. As I said, to each his own.
    It was Franco's art that first sparked my yearning for maternal type spankings.
    Some years ago I had some long chats with Franco on Aolchat.
    I'm no artist or specialist or critic, I just know what I like, and it bothers me none that you don't (like Franco's art).

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  5. I don't like any of the artists Shilo mentions. When I find someone other than you (yes, YOU!) I'll let you know,

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    1. Awww, that was so sweet! You made my day!

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