Stuart arrived with flowers for me – Camelias from his garden, the first blooms of joyous pink and vibrant red. Aw, how sweet, and much appreciated. I put them in water as we chatted and I made him tea.
The pose this time didn’t need much discussion, it had been described to me on the previous visit, so all we needed was to make sure he’d got his prop for it. Yep, in the most fetching shade of delicate pale blue……..long johns! 🙂
I’m not sure why long johns are funny on their own, but they are. I defy ANYONE to look sexy in them. But then the whole purpose of them isn’t to look sexy, but to be kept warm, and they do the job admirably. However, the reason for the pose was the fact that they have an open fly – and if the male genitals aren’t peroperly, er……… looked after, they have a …….habit, of…………well……………. falling out! 🙂
And that was the purpose of the pose – the falling out of the genitals whilst wearing them!
So not a lot needed setting up except that in itself. We discussed the wearing of a vest too, and decided that that needed to be worn to add to the silliness of the pose. Because at no point does Stuart want to be taken seriously about this. It’s all about the humour, the comical aspect of it, the joke, the silliness. I understand all of that.
We set the pose up, and I put on Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, another piece of classical music that I love, and since Stuart only really listens to classical music, a better choice for him than me blasting out my usual choice of AC/DC or the Rolling Stones! LOL
The pose was good and I got on well with the drawing. We chatted as I drew, and he was amazed at how quickly I did it. But then, I’m a quick drawer, and there’s no point in making him uncomfortable because it only drags out the time for him, and if he’s cold, unhappy or uncomfortable, it hampers the drawing session and defeats the object.
The title of the drawing is one of the slogans Stuart had got for it – he’d got four, but this one is my favourite for this pose “Cantankerous Stuart will fall out with anyone”.
So, that one done, a short break and on to the next pose – which was going to be done standing in the nude but in the end we decided that a seated pose would probably work better. It was of him sitting, holding a paper a loft in one hand, the other resting in his lap – the title “Stuart holding his favourite organ” (being the paper, in theory!). Again, this drawing went well and was soon completed without him losing his comfort of the situation. He always tells me how much he likes posing for me, and what an enjoyable experience it is, and how easy my company is, so that’s good to hear!
Afterwards, when he was dressed again, and we had a post-pose cup of tea, he sat looking at the pictures and said that it was very narcassistic of himself – but he found that the more he looked at them, the more he liked them. And I nodded in aggreement and said that others had said the same to me in the past about their pictures. I know that my pictures have that affect on people. I love the fact that I can enhance someone’s life to a degree by painting, or drawing, a picture of them. I love the fact that they are invariably fascinated by that talent. I sometimes forget that I have it, until I am reminded of it. Stuart would like to draw but tells me that he will never be able to, certainly not to the standard he would like. He tells me it’s something you’re born with, and it has to be worked at to improve on it. I agree, since that is what I have, and what I do.
So, when I received an email today from another guy who loves collecting my erotic artwork, and finds it very sexy, and he said “Thanks for making my life a bit more enjoyable”, I nodded to myself, and smiled in quiet satisfaction, of a job well done.