Hello, long time no submit. :) I know you sometimes try to find more male erotic art so here’s my last piece. I hope the “water” theme isn’t too raunchy for the blog, if it is, feel free not to post it!
http://caravaggiart.tumblr.com/
First off caravaggia, can I just say how awesome you are for having remembered my ongoing efforts to find & include more male erotica.. and as such, you completely rock for having sent me this latest piece.. With regards to ‘raunchy’ .. no such thing! The encompassing parameters of erotica span so far & cover such a diverse spectrum of activities & interests that I wouldn’t feel I was giving an accurate representation of the genre if I cherry picked solely my personal kinks & preferences. This piece is just great… love his girthy, uncircumcised self.. muscles glistening in the hot dessert sun.. mmm, yes, please!  A big thanks to you, old friend.. ~ Eros

Hello, long time no submit. :) I know you sometimes try to find more male erotic art so here’s my last piece. I hope the “water” theme isn’t too raunchy for the blog, if it is, feel free not to post it!

http://caravaggiart.tumblr.com/

First off , can I just say how awesome you are for having remembered my ongoing efforts to find & include more male erotica.. and as such, you completely rock for having sent me this latest piece.. With regards to ‘raunchy’ .. no such thing! The encompassing parameters of erotica span so far & cover such a diverse spectrum of activities & interests that I wouldn’t feel I was giving an accurate representation of the genre if I cherry picked solely my personal kinks & preferences. This piece is just great… love his girthy, uncircumcised self.. muscles glistening in the hot dessert sun.. mmm, yes, please!  A big thanks to you, old friend.. ~ Eros

Vincent Edward Gates - Coffee and Ink on paper, 2014vincentartface.tumblr.com/
This piece makes me curious of the whole process, Vincent.. for instance, which comes first, the coffee on paper & the pen after..? I’d imagine it difficult to put down ink atop wet coffee.. but then if its the ink sketch first, how do you manage to control the coffee so well..? Tricks of the talented trade, I assume! A big thanks, Vincent, for this new contribution. ~ Eros

Vincent Edward Gates - Coffee and Ink on paper, 2014
vincentartface.tumblr.com/

This piece makes me curious of the whole process, Vincent.. for instance, which comes first, the coffee on paper & the pen after..? I’d imagine it difficult to put down ink atop wet coffee.. but then if its the ink sketch first, how do you manage to control the coffee so well..? Tricks of the talented trade, I assume! A big thanks, Vincent, for this new contribution. ~ Eros