The erotic single line drawings from Robert are truly fascinating. As he mentions himself: Each one of these drawings is a single continuous uninterrupted line from beginning to end. On the odd occasion the end point is close enough to the beginning that I join it and it technically becomes
Dirk Richter was born in Salzgitter -Lebenstadt, since 1997 he lives in Hannover. It was here when he started as artist, creating fantasy, comic and erotic pinups. Influenced by the art from Olivia de Berardinis, Hajime Sorayama and Robert Alvarado he created his own style. In his book ‘A Decade
Maria Marcu was born in 1977 in Romania. She lives there together with her husband (who is a writer). Maria graduated from the University of Biology (ecology specialty) in 1999 but worked in radio and advertising until 2007. 10 years ago she started painting erotic and is soon reaching her
Pedro Konijn loves to draw, from a very young age. He created many different artworks around the bdsm, bondage and corset themes. He can be found on exhibitions and fairs (for live drawing). Be sure to visit his website and discover many more great artworks from this talanted Dutch artist.
The Ragged Dragon (Nathan Marshall) is a artist working mainly with graphite pencils & acrylic paint. Since his childhood inspired to create. He has delved himself into his own imagination, exploring dreams and traveling through esoteric and tangible worlds. Using elements from the natural world and the fantasy world as
In 1994 Tony Mauro began working for the entertainment industry as illustrator and designer. Art Institute of Pittsburgh in 1991 with a degree in visual communications and a major in airbrush. After spending six years as an airbrush illustrator he eventually crossed over to the computer. He has worked as
Throughout all the years I have been roaming the web to discover vintage spanking arts every now and then I stumble upon Krampus. A German legend about the devil sidekick of the old European Saint Nikolaus (before the 20th century). Krampus is a horned, folklore figure described as “half-goat, half-demon”
The latest updates at my online gallery http://www.studio-oridomain.com are indeed late, mea culpa, due to a combination of poor health and the fact that all four illustrations took longer than usual to complete, each being replete with figures, leather and details. The Institute returns with a new sub-series The Storage