Tags: seeking critique
Category: Nude and Erotic
Author: Kulokivi Robie
Gallery: RobieK Nude PhotographsPublished:
Dia-logic.... Thank you Michael and Peter for your comments. There are of course a certain amount of other practical things that spring to mind when viewing this photograph. I'm certain you are right in the terminology and definition of human parts...(see, this actually makes a dialog)
ouch other than depicting a neatly trimmed equipage of multiply-pierced external genitalia, this photo does not really "say" anything to me or move me except to squirm in my seat and reach for the ointment. I like the rest of your nude work, in its entirety, much better. have a look at my portfolio as well-feedback appreciated; it's small so it won't take you long! best, Michael Sebastian
brrrrrrrrr this little sex organ outer is a very good example for watching our bodies as time goes by.i just imagine the same modell ten years later... otherwise, with a different position a lights you might have been able to create a bit mor astethic image. although probably asthethism was probably none of your goals...
As time goes by... A very good point Kristina and I certainly hope I have the opportunity to photograph this model in the future. As for any aestethics I have strived for a symmetrical closely cropped (no pun intended) view of jewelry in places unseen by most, but certainly felt by the bearer.
Metal indeed...removable however This is not really my field ...but I suppose us human beings have adorned or altered our bodies in different ways and for different reasons trough recorded history..be how it may I guess any metal jewelry is eventually removable, unlike other type of permanent alterations even more unfathomable by reason (be it religious or artistic). On a lighter note; Let's hope for an even better New Year 2006.
Darth Scanner.... I hide any talent behind my cheap (and practical I might add) scanner.
"Vagina Dialogue", 2001 My work is on a complete positive note... Inspired by; "The Vagina Monologues, created and performed by Eve Ensler, debuted off-off-Broadway in 1996. This controversial work soon rode a wave of national acclaim and continues to be performed in North America and around the world. It has been translated into 14 different languages and performed in over 30 different countries."