|The first painting in a new series.|
"Wet and Messy fetish" photography and fantasy illustration. I aim to make arty, fun and sexy images on this theme - both real and fantasised.
Wet and Messy (WAM) is a kinky obsession with (in my case, women) being soaked with water, covered in non-toxic substances such as food, mud and paint (NOT bodily fluids!) both wearing clothing and nude. There are many different variations on the theme biased towards particular substances (e.g. slime, pies or mud) and focussed on particular parts of the body but are generally a matter of personal taste.
For as long as I can remember I have thrilled at seeing beautiful women getting all messy with mainly edible foodstuffs such as custard pies and other, harmless types of sloppy gunge in slapstick scenarios on TV and in the movies. The 'gunge' of choice must be plentiful and ideally totally cover the model from head to foot including hair.
I love the anarchic subversion, the visual richness and I find it sexy when a woman's hair and beautiful feminine clothes are subsumed and soggy with glop.
Everything washes away in a hot shower, of course...eventually.
Most of the recent work on here features my real life muse (GF) Dubberdee (a.k.a. 'Ginny', 'Ginger' or 'Mrs Trouso'), pictured with me above, getting extremely messy with food and gunge on camera in a sexy slapstick fashion.
Other work employs either purely traditional painting techniques or a very complex method of photomanipulation using only small fragments of existing images combined with digital painting to realise entirely made-up people and scenes as super-real images.
Hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoy creating them.
Current Residence: UK
deviantWEAR sizing preference: Medium
Print preference: Ink
Favourite genre of music: Ragtime...
Favourite photographer: Too many to mention...
Favourite style of art: Pop
Operating System: Me or my computer?
MP3 player of choice: ipod
Shell of choice: Tortoise
Wallpaper of choice: Flock
Skin of choice: Dubberdee's
Favourite cartoon character: Tom and Jerry (Fred Quimby era)
Personal Quote: Group Hug (Not too close!)