A recent post featured a collection of paintings with the theme “Thrones”. This new portrait of Mistress Nikki Whiplash (who was also featured in the Fairytales series) clearly depicts the same theme. Her footstool – and shoe-cleaner – is the painting’s commissioner himself – ‘Nikki’s BBB’, shackled, humbled and also serving as a lamp to illuminate her beauty. To her side a vast cabinet containing a full range of high-heeled shoes, one of Mistress Nikki’s passions.
Month: October 2017
Portrait of Mistress Chloe 2
The previous portrait of Mistress Chloe of New York was very well received so another was commissioned to illustrate one of Mistress Chloe’s specialities -wrestling her sub with her strong thighs. Here the commissioner is shown looking suitably vanquished as her gloved hand covers his mouth. He never really stood a chance with both hands bound tautly with rope to his member!
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Please remember if you are commissioning for a birthday or anniversary to leave a few months as there is usually a waiting list for commissioned artwork.
The throne is a recurring motif in much of my art.
One of the first line drawings I made as Sardax was this goddess on a throne. This was actually sold as a limited run of postcards at the Skin Two shop back in the early nineties – if you bought one then you’re lucky ! Throughout the years the depiction of the mistress in her throne has been a useful way of displaying her regality and authority, raised up above her slaves , looking down . In this selection of portraits there are different types-some elaborate, some simple:-
Mistress Akella with the ermine
Laylah from Snake portraits