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.
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