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I will admit that I like bondage and have collected it, the prettier the model and more exotic the bondage, the better. Although what I...

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Wanting Out by Nightwalker50
Wanting Out
A seated hostage girl kept in a glass box filled with water.  She has air supplied to her but for how long?  Line art done in Oct. 1984 and finally colorized Sept. 2016.  An oldie but goody?  Seems I always had this "stuff" inside me.  What you can hear here is up to your imagination. 
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Sea Mounts
On another world that orbits a sun-like star dozens of light yrs from here, the waters of a shallow sea seemed soothing and warm enough to swim in even at high latitudes.  However, what was not known to visiting human swimmers was that the sea was dangerous.  Once tugged down below its surface by guided strong threads of multi-eyed benthic rovers in the background (now retracted), a more intelligent and predatory aquatic creature encloses the victims in bubble prisons upon rubbery "sea mounts."  If you do not struggle much during the process, it provides you with a bubble of oxygen absorbed by blue biological accessories upon its head.  All that can be heard from within the traps are faint grunts, bubbly exhalations, and squeaks as the ends of their limbs swipe against the strong plasticky membranes.  Both will never reach the surface on their own again.   Will they drown or be transformed into hideous aquanauts themselves?  From April, 2016. 
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A person doesn't pay attention to the basic functions (walking, seeing, breathing, etc.) until you cannot do them normally.  Such was the case with me in early 2014, after I froze the left heel of my foot while scavenging aluminum cans too long in a temperature of -12 F.  For much of the rest of that year, I was what you would call "semi-disabled," walking with a limp that hurt with each step.  Now in Aug. 2016, bad luck befell my right eye.  While doing the same scavenging in this thankless place to pay property taxes easier, a kamikaze gnat or small fly found the eye while I was bicycling.  So, the top eyelid swelled considerably (to make me look drunk or mentally challenged), and the redness and itching were very uncomfortable.  Water "spritzed" out of it for a few days afterward each time I awoke from sleep and pulled open the eyelids.  Needless to say, colorizing and doing new drawing has been OUT.  However, a slow healing is in progress (given my age), and I was able to observe Perseid meteors for 4 hrs in the mornings of Aug. 12 & 13.  I also live under the "gun" of frequent severe summer storms via "climate change" that threaten to change my life at any time.  Indeed, living humbly (as the Lord wishes) is DANGEROUS.  Don't neglect the obvious.  From mid-April to mid-May of this year, like in most of Jan. 2013, a cold that morphed into pharyngitis made breathing through the nose difficult and sleeping about as bad.  Still, I prevailed.  What next, with a hostile long winter looming closer in time?  Yes, I try to take care of myself, but healing is slow from these misgivings.  How sweet it would be to have a caring loyal partner at such times!  Perhaps, another reason that life, like art, requires patience. 
  • Listening to: NPR & talk radio
  • Reading: Twitter Tweets
  • Watching: Late-summer stars
  • Playing: carefully
  • Eating: garden veggies
  • Drinking: Some soda

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Nightwalker50
Jay Brausch
Artist | Hobbyist | Varied
United States
A sky blogger, related data gatherer and astronomy educator that likes natural history and space exploration. Of coarse, savors the night sky and enjoys views of pretty women underwater and / or in shiny material & attire. Doesn't drink, smoke, or do any drugs. Weird, huh?

Current Residence: Western ND
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Favourite genre of music: easy rock
Favourite style of art: Pop Art
Operating System: Windows XP
Skin of choice: Smooth & sensual
Favourite cartoon character: Batman
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JSenpaiDaNinja Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Just a prank bruh!
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JulianPetrov Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the fav man!
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slamm345 Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2016
Thanks for faving!
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AshleyxBrooke Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
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malowbowman12 Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
Maybe we could have a art trade :).
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malowbowman12 Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
Do you take requests :?
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Nightwalker50 Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I still like to get ONE line art done per month, but time is always a factor in doing that + it's going to get melting hot outside the next 3 days.  Am thinking of a fan art for July. 
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malowbowman12 Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
That's a really great idea :). I think that your fans would like that very much.
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Nightwalker50 Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
It's the original idea that is the most important. 
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malowbowman12 Featured By Owner Edited Jul 16, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
You have great a imagination and erotic perception :D. I love your work ^^.
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