Fantasy drawing of Mistress Tess


This drawing shows Mistress Tess wearing her adored Louboutin heels surrounded by “rokurokubi” slaves.


For the wonderful Femdom Ball in October 2016 I participated by offering raffled prizes.

..six copies of Venus in furs

"The Auction"
“The Auction”

…a Sardax original artwork

…and a fantasy portrait of one lucky winner (shown above).
By coincidence the winner of this turned out to be Mistress Tess, who just happened to have a drawing already commissioned – which you can see in this previous blog-post. Of course I could not do this during the evening of the Femdom Ball itself. Nor after a few drinks was I in any state to do so! – but a sketch was made and this served as a basis, as also something to take away as a prize.

Mistress Tess showing her Femdom Ball sketch

Portrait of Marti


The idea for this portrait of Marti ( arose from her love of cooking and a light-hearted description of her as a “Domestic Goddess”. So, in the picture she is literally feeding those who serve and worship her, but this also represents the way she feeds and nourishes them in a more metaphorical way. The image of a row of men came from one of her BDSM workshops ( in which she had 30 men kneeling before her.

The whips and St Andrew’s Cross in the background indicate that she also enjoys administering the rod. It is the combination of nurturing care and corrective cruelty which can be seen in the benevolent offering of her hand and in her mischievous smile.

Portrait of Mistress Vianne


In Reverence of Mistress Vianne’s Step. 
The portrait shows Mistress Vianne, based in Melbourne, Australia and touring.

The commissioner, Benjamin writes:

“With our five year anniversary approaching, I commissioned this portrait with the intention of immortalising my servitude to my Owner, Mistress Vianne.

The subject matter was inspired by a Sardax image from a number of years ago, which Mistress Vianne and I have recreated in our play: In reverence, the slave casts himself into the mud for Mistress Vianne’s passage. I yearned to throw myself at her feet in the muddy gutter, so that her shoes might remain unsoiled as she crossed the street.

I gifted the image to her as a surprise at the end of our Christmas celebrations, just prior for her departure to London. She was indeed surprised and overjoyed.

I would like to thank Sardax again for his professionalism and skill in the production of a work of art that my Mistress will cherish always.”