🖼️ Wall Art

"I'm thinking of hanging a painting of a contortionist on this wall, what do you think?"
"We're not that poor, dear, let's hire the actual one!"

And so Yasha got a position inside The Mansion X by pretending to be a wall art, while really being a communist spy... because a spy with a spine like his will always think of something XD

Martin (walking by): "Hmm... This painting looks more realistic than I remember..."


Thanks TK for the story idea as couldn't think of one after making this pic XD

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What do you think? 😄
masterpiece 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
Thank you so much 😁
So cool!! I love it so much!
Very glad you liked!! 😊
Really nice and hot!!
Hot like a chili pepper! 😜
They must be filthy stinking rich to afford a genuine Yasha on their wall!

Also, I love this pose, it's quite different, but still very hot. 🥵🙃
Maybe it was one of his many clones from Total Refold :D

Thanks! I think if he bends his knees and elbows next, he will look like an accordion 🤣
Wow, such a piece of outstanding tastefulness; the owners of that Mansion are refined folks indeed. Yasha's angular bends in this piece are almost piercingly sharp, but for their delicate feminine curves.
I love the simplicity, the stark contrast of the penumbral niche and Yasha's gradations of pink that seem to tint the shadows (secret and covered pinks blooming as covertly as his intel). This is such a beautiful pose and an equally beautiful shape; Yasha looks statuary, seems calmly to have held the bend for a thousand years, so perfectly chiseled is his lapidary form.
That final bend that he has withheld, neck falling back for his head to repose on his supple behind, the whites of his eyes drawn upwards and out into spaces undefined and ecstatic, the internal hypertension of throat and diaphragm tautening the already steep bend through his navel to blissful complete extension; my imagination too extends as nimbly as his spine, as I peacefully descry your wondrous artistry Yuni. Now to marvel at Marzo's rendition of the pose, and his frighteningly angelic features.
I'm very glad you enjoyed it! I'm just happy to add some more pictures to the already rich world of contortion in real life.. I always dreamed to walk into an art museum and see something anywhere relative to flexibility, alas it seems liek it was a taboo subject for the classical artists at all times... It's always been my dream to... fill that niche, so to speak :D
Oh! A wonderful piece!!
Thank you! :D
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