Original post her.
White Russian Blue Estate 10 by Viktor Kalvachev
And a hint of liquid girl as well.
Original post here.
Whatever there is, you can find it if you look hard enough. One of these is the strange, bu to me strangely compelling, melting girl fetish. It has shown up a number of times here at Erotic Mad Science, especially in our early days, for example here and here and here and here and here and here.
So it was with tremendous pleasure that I discovered that someone has recently started a tumblr called Let’s Melt You which appears to be devoted to this strange kink. An example of what you can find over there:
Be sure to head over and show the proprietor some love, especially if you have images to share!
Absinthe does inspire. Original post here.
Sourced to Old Erotic Art.
Bonus Image Provenance: I commissioned Bacchus at ErosBlog to research this image further, and he has come up with the following additional details.
This image is signed “clo” and captioned “Clochette The Green Fairy CHOW 158″. You’d think it would be easy to atribute with all that, but in fact it was surprisingly tricky to track down, in large part because the “CHOW” acronym refers to a “CHaracter Of The Week” contest at a forum (conceptart.org) that is currently offline. Most Google references were to the defunct 2009 thread (link does not work and is not in the Internet Archive, but Google snippet is entitled “Chow 158 :: VOTING :: The GREEN FAIRY)”:
I finally found this DeviantArt page explaining that “CHOW 158″ was a character-of-the-week contest about absinthe:
Pursuing the artist name, I found this YouTube video of a quite-fetching female French artist named “Aurélie Neyret (Clochette)” giving a lesson on character illustration:
At the very bottom of a considerable bit of “about the artist” information below that video, there are links to her portfolio site and French-language blog:
This blog post identifies your image as her work: “My entry for the last chow on conceptart, the absinthe Green Fairy.”
Her French-language description, if I am not mistaken, calls the character “absinthe personified”.
You can also see this art in her online portfolio with the title “La fée verte”:
Bacchus is actively taking image research commissions, and if you have adult imagery you’re curious to learn more about, I encourage you to visit Bacchus’s introductory post for his image-searching service, where you can find details about how to commission him.
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