Shut Up and Spank

Having a bit ‘o fun with vintage comix, altered the text a bit to make it a bit more spanktastic, with a woman getting straight to the point. The original text had the cliche line: “If you’re a naughty girl, I’ll spank you.”  Hm….I like my version better.

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In other graphics news, the talented artist known as the Poser sent me one of his latest computer-generated butt-blazing creations, featuring the classic schoolgirl caning scenario.

Exclusive Cherry Red Interview: The Poser Spanking Artist

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.

How exactly do you create these images? I just do not understand how rendering software works whatsoever.

I use Poser 8 computer software.

Do you need a super speedy processor in your computer to use this kind of software?

It’s not necessary, but it helps.  Slower processors can crank out the renders, but it takes longer (I’ve waited 10 or 15 minutes for one to complete, only to chuck it because the eyes weren’t in the right position or I didn’t like the shadowing).

Computer-generated art is such a new concept to my pervy brain–do you consider these renders on the same level, artistically and creatively speaking, as those produced by someone using just, say, a pen and paper?

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