Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Home Invasion

Well, it's always a home invasion, isn't it? Or at least, very often. That's one hot fantasy, even if the reality of home invasions is not nearly as hot. But as you probably noticed, this blog doesn't deal in reality. I'm here to depict a hot daddy in bondage and his home being invaded is a pretty good reason for a mature man to find himself tied up, bound and gagged, and maybe tickle tortured a little… or a lot, who knows? He'll just have to take it anyway. He's no longer in control. His captors are.

Saturday, 9 April 2011

A Long Time Ago, in a Galaxy far, far away...

Once upon a time, long, long ago, there was no internet. I know it sounds hard to believe today, but not only was there no internet, personal computers were just starting. There were no scanners. The best you could do to reproduce a drawing in a cheap way was to go to the local copy shop. Which is what I did with this drawing when I sent it, along with some others, to a magazine called Chiron Rising.
Chiron Rising was this wonder of wonder - a gay magazine that wasn't about twinks or musclemen but about older men. I found a copy at local Parisian gay bookshop Les Mots à la Bouche in the late 1980s and I'm still wondering how it got there. Anyway, to cut a long story short, I got in touch with the magazine and became a contributor. The drawing above was one such contribution, in a slightly modified form. Chiron Rising was a magazine about older males and their admirers, not about S&M, so I kept the kink factor in my drawings rather low. I have added the gag on the man on the bed, as well as the caption, to give some context. And of course, the colour is all new.
By the way, contributing to Chiron Rising was my reason for developing the nom de plume Jeryn. It seemed everybody in the mag had a pseudonym, so I thought up one, using a couple of letters from my real name and adding an ending that sounded English. At the time, I was pretty sure there was no such name as "Jeryn". When the internet finally came, I found that there really were people called Jeryn in the United States, not all of them male.