Twist Me Gently

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I got the idea of this ka­ma­su­tra con­tor­tion po­si­tion all of a sud­den and sim­ply couldn't re­sist the temp­ta­tion to draw it! The char­ac­ters here are Aaulin and Aorev from the Ori­en­tal tribe, they be­long to Aldric whose works in­spired me very much to draw this ^-^ I pre­vi­ous­ly drew the same char­ac­ters in this work:

In the Ori­en­tal tribe con­tor­tion­ism is a very pop­u­lar art, the elves sim­ply love such things as body bend­ing, twist­ing and mak­ing their waists very small with corsets and belts. Their so­ci­ety is very trib­al, so such things are seen as very beau­ti­ful and flex­i­bil­i­ty is ap­pre­ci­at­ed very much by every­one.

It is be­lieved that flex­i­bil­i­ty is a di­vine qual­i­ty and most elves do all kinds of ex­er­cis­es that im­prove their flex­i­bil­i­ty. Con­tor­tion is even taught at school as a very com­mon thing. But that's of course not ex­treme con­tor­tion.

Ex­treme con­tor­tion is a form of art prac­ticed on­ly by few and it has spe­cial teach­ers who usu­al­ly pass their art from gen­er­a­tion to gen­er­a­tion and not to just any­body.

One of these teach­ers, Emaryl, was one of the most re­spect­ed train­ers. He was once test­ing sev­er­al lit­tle elves to de­ter­mine who has the best po­ten­tial to con­tin­ue the line of con­tor­tion­ists which Emaryl rep­re­sent­ed. This is how he first found Aaulin, the long-haired elf in this pic­ture.

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