There is a new enticing illustrator on the spankosexual scene with a nifty, shiny new spankblog, that is certainly worth keeping an eye on and adding to your ever-growing blogroll: Mr. Pat Hall has some delightful drawings on his new blog: Drawing Her OTK.
The other cherry-red bottom focused artists who are currently active in the scene that really intrigue the editorial staff at The Cherry Red Report are just a handful: the whimsical, fun artistry of Endart and the often retro-themed art from The Spirit.
(Several amazing artists have unfortunately dissapeared from the scene: an artist named “Eve” and the more widely-known “Sassy Bottoms.”)
What has inspired and motivated you to get into drawing spanking imagery?
Who are your biggest influences, artistically-speaking?
I’m a born spanko, as they say — one of those guys that has spanked (at least playfully) just about every female friend he had for as long as he could remember. As such, I’m always entertained by the various dynamics of a spanking situation. The feeling of viewing or spanking, or that moment when the spankee is over the knee and waiting for it, but the spanking hasn’t begun..etc. The stages before and after a spanking are filled with various emotions and dynamics. Trying to capture and communicate one of those feelings is always the inspiration for a drawing.
The major spanking artists that come to mind are Endart and The Spirit. Do you like those two? Any others working today, or older artists, that you really admire?
stuff. Funbun is really inspiring because of his energy and prolificness. I like the celebrity flair that Endart will use, but I haven’t seen a lot of Spirit’s stuff. They might kick me out of the
spanking art guild if I didn’t mention Serpieri and Milo Manara.
Do you also enjoy vintage illustrations, vintage comix and such?
Thanks for taking the time with me, Dave. For those that really enjoy the art, I’m glad I can bring that to you and contribute in my own way.