New Perceptive Images: A Spin on fiction

Posted by: weeve

New Perceptive Images: A Spin on fiction - 01/13/04 05:14 AM

I've found that many artists out there are finding new ways to perceive old fictions, tales, even new things, just a great spin on many idealised personifications.

Here's just a few to start off a talk on it maybe, I hope.





See those two give birth to a perception that mermaids are not just a tail, but more then tail :x

As per usual drawing made guesses that mermaids if merpeople were real would have a aquatic design to organs like at the end of the tail or something like a seahorse :p



The man in the moon would sure love some company.



scaly ass? sexi?



you gotta just wonder about those hands


cool

http://www.exotic.co.uk/quick_tour_1.html?refer=Erotica_Index

that sight has some erotic abstractions.

Hmm, I'll see what you all think.
Posted by: Killswitch_J

Re: New Perceptive Images: A Spin on fiction - 01/13/04 06:56 AM

Cool pics there weeve!
Posted by: IceMyst

Re: New Perceptive Images: A Spin on fiction - 01/13/04 07:33 AM

where did u get those from?
Posted by: weeve

Re: New Perceptive Images: A Spin on fiction - 01/13/04 08:01 AM

Thanks J, Sammy, from my http://images.google.com skillets;/
Posted by: weeve

Re: New Perceptive Images: A Spin on fiction - 01/13/04 08:02 AM

but if you mean the mermaid ones, their from http://www.nightshore.com/ , which I found through http://images.google.com
Posted by: Killswitch_J

Re: New Perceptive Images: A Spin on fiction - 01/14/04 04:49 AM

Quote:
Originally posted by weeve:
but if you mean the mermaid ones, their from http://www.nightshore.com/ , which I found through http://images.google.com
A couple of the Mermaid pics, I already had a copy of. I found them on an erotic art site, just can't remember which one.
Posted by: weeve

Re: New Perceptive Images: A Spin on fiction - 01/14/04 08:29 AM

uh...the ppl's info that created them are on http://www.nightshore.com

glad you already had them....

erotic art, well maybe they were ilegally using them, that seems to happen alot, in this era.

but a search for the image names should yield positive results lar.

Really doesn't matter though, just fun fun, like bubonic plague.