Earth Witch: Earth Witch. DeviantArt is the world's largest online social community for artists and art enthusiasts, allowing people to connect through the creation and sharing of art. Ebassssssss does steampunk and it was a dream to color. Did this for a client recently. Nice fun project for an atv or some such thing. Full disclosure, the client had a pin up picture that they thought was the right idea so they wanted me to use it as a reference, but they wanted me to do it "my way" which is, at least, a little bit closer to the vintage style.
Solenn Heussaff. Age: 28. Beautiful, well-groomed, stylish and bright nympho. I am ready to cheer up a passionate and hungry lover. Do you want to know my gorgeous body?
SEXY-PIN UP-EROTIC DESINGS on Action-Portraits - DeviantArt
The pin-up art as a genre has its specific roots and has to be perceived in a broader context. Aside from the strict treatment of sexuality through the art history, the pin-up developed fully during the 20th-century modernism. This phenomenon grew simultaneously with the changing social circumstances and a general need for more freedom regardless of the prescribed canons of morality. The provocative aesthetic was an effect of advertising and the consumerist culture in general. Since it was produced for the male gaze exclusively, pin-up is often overlooked and considered patriarchal and degrading for women. Nevertheless, looking from the contemporary perspective, the production was large, with artists of both gender, fulfilled with different painterly approaches, so it is necessary to analyze it properly. The emergence of naughty ladies images is inseparable from the history of illustration.
Lea Elui G. Age: 27. The most gentle and sophisticated, short-term guest of your city, sensual and temperamental, I invite you to a voluptuous erotic date. I know what you want.
Meet the Woman Behind America's Most Legendary Pinup Art
From its modern origins in traditional French erotic postcards, antebellum American mail-order catalogs, and glamor photos of early Hollywood starlets, the "pinup" grew into an art form by World War II, when images of women were often painted onto planes and making their way into men's magazines like Playboy. At first glance, American pinup photographs and paintings of the late 30s through World War II seem like benign, quaint relics of Americana, items that are usually appreciated for their sweet, apple-cheeked, all-American female subjects—and little else. Although the pinup often evokes a viewer's sense of nostalgia as well as appealing to individual aesthetics and sexual appetites, the importance of the American pinup exceeds its originally ephemeral nature. American pinups tell a larger story of changing dynamics in fine art: a new kind of popular culture in the US, one that created a space for commercial artists to paint the female form. Bettie Page,
The Golden Age artists were creating pin-up paintings for calendars shipped over to homesick GIs during World War II, resulting in flirtatious cheesecake imagery that titilated sex-starved young men. Today's artists, however, are more likely to make a series of personal images, to be shared online. There are fewer filters to pass through before their art is in front of thousands of eager eyes, giving them the freedom to subvert norms.