Open-minded and gently eccentric British writer, 3D artist and photographer.
Likes to explore, think, experiment and challenge, and will often go to strange places.
Always found outside the box, and usually nude. Clothes are boring.
Does not do and has no interest in 'adult' work of any kind.
Open to requests and trades - see journal for details.
See my blog for alternative versions, story snippets and more.
If you wish to draw or write about any of my characters, ask me first. I won't allow them to be used in anything 'adult', but beyond that I'm pretty open-minded.
I believe real artists don't cop out and take the cheap and easy option. Real artists never stop pushing and challenging themselves and others. One day I hope to be one.
Also, a little plug for a friend's book - The Goldenlea.
This is regarding something that's happened to me a few times, or I've seen happening to others.
An artist posts a journal stating that they're thinking of starting to do adult work, and/or want people's opinions on whether or not to do adult work. Most of the responses will be of the non-commital, it's your choice, sitting on the fence type. A couple will be encouraging the artist to get into more explicit material, expounding on the potential gains of such a move, and the only response anyone else would give to those is agreement or further neutrality. It'll all come across as pretty civil.
Drop in a comment pointing out the potential difficulties with and prices to pay for a move into adult work, cast any kind of negative sheen on the idea at all, however, and a small swarm of people will descend upon you decrying your selfishness, prudishness, ignorance, utter disregard for any kind of freedom or any combination thereof, and generally doing their utmost to harry...