Let's make it clear, your art does not have to be NSFW (not safe for work) to post it here.
I know from the Forest Girl thread that we have artists among our members. I'm a photographer and writer, so I'll start off with some of my own images. (I've done a lot of nudes, so I'm hoping tasteful nudes aren't beyond the pale.)
Here's a photo I particularly like because it may look like it was done as a complicated and expensive setup in a photo studio but, no, it was shot on the sidewalk next to Portland, Oregon's Chinese Garden. I was just taking advantage of what photographers call "The Magic Hour," which is the hour before the sun goes down.
This is Anne-Simone, a very pretty gothic girl, shot against a bronze statue of an elephant in Portland's park blocks. A number of Photoshop filters were used.
I have done many portraits of which the above two are examples, but I do them at locations rather than in a photographer's studio. I like meeting the challenges of location work. In a studio, you can fall into the habit of using very formulaic lighting setups, but outdoors or even indoors you constantly run into nonstandard situations. I bore easily.
Finally, one of my nudes, topless only, which I hope is acceptable to the powers that be.
I'm waiting for our other creative folks to notice this category before it disappears into oblivion. One way to bump it is to post one of my stories. Follow this link if you'd like to read a little novella-length thriller I wrote. The cover art is mine as well.
I write fiction under the pen name Jill Hill. Long story there, but basically I started out writing erotica for females and I felt a male name would be an impediment to getting read. So now I write all of my fiction under that pen name.
I hope others chime in, otherwise I'll feel like the person who gets up to start dancing to get the party going.
What do you write?
She's around. Maybe she hasn't really noticed this thread.
Here is a link to some of my work and illustrations on Society 6.
What's wrong with the depth of field? It's shallow, but that isolates the flower from the background.
Use the little image button between the "LINK" button and the button that like a film frame.
Thank you. Thank you verrr much. (said in a rather Elvis-y tone)