The Cherry Red Report has always been fascinated by the erotic and whimsical spanking artistry of JP (Jean-Philippe.)
JP, who also has a blog featuring more of his delightfully unique red-bottomed art, chatted with CRR about his inspirations and techniques.
Where are you from JP?
I was born and I live in Belgium. I speak French.
How long have you been drawing spanking art?
I drew without stopping when I was a child. When I was a teenager, I stopped this passion because I had in mind the other ideas. And I did not become a professional drawer. I rediscovered this hobby later during a long period of immobility.
What inspires you to draw? Where do you get your ideas?
I find my inspiration in my fascination for the femininity. I like representing women in all the range of feelings. I am also fascinated by the eroticism of the feminine body and by the buttocks especially.
The spanking thus became my subject of preference. My ideas come from everywhere, according to the atmosphere which I want to represent.
Are there other artists that influence and inspire you?
Certainly! but I have not a precise name. I do not look to redo the same thing as another artist. But I am a big fan of comic classic or underground — I love all form of drawings!
Your art also looks very fun and also sexy and erotic.
Yes. I believe that I draw the spanking in this way to make it more accessible, more understandable by everybody. Not only for the lovers of the spanking, but even my cute neighbour girl could look a them without being afraid!
Then for me, the spanking it is an act specifically of love but without sadism. And I hate any forms of violence.
Your art is focused primarily on female spanking females?
Yes, I like drawing femininity in all its forms. The drawing allows me to linger over details which are precious to me. The spanking involving M/f leaves me indifferent except when it is me the spanker.
Do you prefer to draw in color? or in black-and-white as your primary palette?
The color is new for me. I like the black and white drawings. Now with the color, I give a second life to my drawings and artwork.
Have you considered publishing a book of your wonderful artwork?
No. But why not? Due to having interviews, maybe I am going to have a editors in front of my door? 🙂 I have never wanted to make money with my drawings. On the other hand, I would like to make small exhibitions all around the world to have the luck to meet all the cultures which enjoy my art. I like the Web but on the Internet, it is an impossible thing to see the smiles and the eyes that shine in front of my drawings.
Thank you very much for your time JP, and keep up the wonderful artistry.
I hope to have answered in best! And I wish delicious moments of life to the readers of The Cherry Red Report!
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