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Wednesday, 15 April 2020

Incredible!! Mark Recreates the Work of Celebrated Spanking Artists (Part 2)

 
I know you have all been waiting for it and you will not be disappointed!!

As a tribute to the work of a second group of celebrated M/M spanking artists This time Etienne, Tom of Finland, Mitchell, Harry Bush, Cavelo, Dongsaeng, Matt and Underling the brilliant fantasy artist Mark has brought some of their most iconic artwork to life in his own inimitable style.

Once again this is outstanding work, and I am in awe of Mark’s talent. With characteristic modesty, Mark says that he hopes JockSpank visitors will enjoy the pictures as much as he enjoyed recreating them.










Mark's many fans will be will be pleased to know that we will shortly be posting the full size versions of Mark's recreations.

Meanwhile, you can enjoy Part One of this series together with more of Mark's fantasy art at the new JockSpank blog Here


3 comments:

  1. Haha, these are quite something, alright! xD

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  2. These reworks are brilliant!!!

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  3. These are amazing!
    I would like to know a little more about the original artists.
    DongSaeng for example sounds as if he could be Asian.
    It would also be interesting to learn more about their styles - Tom of Finland, for instance, is instantly recognizable.

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