You are truly an exquisite, sensual, and stunningly beautiful woman. With that look, you can melt tungsten with a single glance You are addicting, so yes, pleasurable murder describes this capture as you are so alluring yet unattainable.
ich wünsche mir das Du Deutsch lesen und sprechen kannst, dann ist dieser Kommentar sinnvoll. Diese zwei ... die in meiner Brust wohnen ... diese zwei ... Worte ... Lust ... Mord ... eins ... Lustmord! ... ein Wesen ... ein Herz. Dualität. take care, hun. ... (und nicht zu vergessen, hast das Licht schön eingefangen ... bist eine Bildhübsche Lichtbildzeichnerin)
I always think lof lust as being the obsessive desire for something which is unobtainable unless you take it, therefore a selfish act as the object of lust doesn't necessarily get anything out of it. Your pictures always provoke the viewer to think. I think in most of your work you are challenging the viewer's perception. In this I feel you are taking charge, saying that the lust can only be satisfied on your terms - it makes the viewer uncomfortable as the object of lust is usually expected to be submissive. Art is meant to make people think, they may not always think the same as you but you want the audience to work to reflect the effort you have put into creating in the first place. This has certainly started a train of thought.
Yes, the perspective is eye-catching and the the sharp highlight and shadow on nose, shoulder, clavicle, hipbone and the diffusion of that shadow along the thighs creates such a strong dramatic effect and enhances the delicacy of your physique. But there is more hope than lust, because lust is heavy and rough - this is a hopeful invitation to gentle exploration - because the way you cup your own breasts and fold your legs at the bottom of the picture, done simply and gently, asks for gentleness as a response. It is a beautiful invitation to a slowly, and exploratory opening to seduction, an invitation not for sex but for sensuality.