Saturday, May 24, 2008

Photographing the Wild Gay Male in his natural habitat.

These photos are older but I wanted to show you a little bit of what I do in the studio. Marcelito had spent a couple of years in Milan and I can't tell you how happy I was when he came home - he can be a pain in the (shapely) posterior but I'd really missed him. He's been staying with me since he got back but I have no idea if he'll be here for another month, or another year. He's got a habit of vanishing and more than once, I've walked into the kitchen to find a note on the table telling me that Marcelito had found cheap tickets to *insert name of county* and he'd be back "later". But anyway, he's here now.

These were the first drawings and photos I had taken of him since his return from Milan. The drawings were all quick studies, each taking less than a half hour to draw, the exception being the one where he is running from behind, which took a little longer. Check out more on my website at


John said...

I'm impressed by the way in which you speak to the subject of the male form. By that I mean that not only do you speak to the sexual,eros side of the visual,but also the innocent part of being a boy growing up. I can recall when swimming nude with a group of pals was not considered gay,just fun with pals. Keep up the beautiful work. John

Lez Hard said...

It's a great pleasure to discover your art works.
May I add some pics in a special post about you on my blog?
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