Exclusive sneak peak– you are seeing this illo here at CherryRedReport first. Coming soon from the pervy masterminds behind the always intriguing SpankRed 3D — a new judicial-themed series, as the heavy hand of the law is no match for this misbehaving lass, as she faces the unforgettable, firm-handed justice of the judge, jury, and executioner.
**Also stay tuned for a forthcoming cherryred interview with SpankRed3D.
Armed with stinging twin tawse tails, this automated spanking machine can clearly get the job done. Brand new illustration by the artistic masters at SpankRed 3D.
That face…from a recent wickedly exquisite update from SpankRed 3D — purveyors of all original, all wicked hot illustrated spanking fantasies.
P.S. SpankRed3D is no stranger to outdoor spanking scenes; i.e. check out this naughty cowgirl.
Launched in August of 2009, Poser CP Art is a new spanking art venture offering heaps of custom-crafted, computer-generated spanko art, with luscious details and cherry redness galore.
While I’m not sure if I’m yet a true believer in computer-generated artwork, I do find the website intriguing, and at first glance, many renderings look like photographs, with exquisite detailing.
From Victorian caning scenes to punishment in prisons, this computer wizard can almost magically make your most wildest spanking scenarios and discipline fantasies pop off the page, as he graphically converts pixels into eye-popping illos of perversity.
CRR chatted via email with this artist simply known as The Poser Artist, to get the scoop. [As always, reader comments are most welcome and always appreciated.]
Thank you for taking the time to chat with CRR. It’s interesting noting that there are scores of mainstream adult sites that offer computer-generated x-rated graphics and rendered artwork–how many spanking sites do you think are out there that are focused on this style of art?
While there is a fair amount of computer generated art out there (Maya, 3DSMax, with Poser considered at the “low” end), there’s next to nothing similar to the themes presented at Poser CP Art. That’s a large part of why I created the site. For my own tastes, it’s (to use a cliche): neither too heavy nor too light.