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Althea’s new dress

CP 000_34 03-09-2019
Welcome back, everyone! First of all, to all of you aren't members (yet :)), as promised, we have updated the second row of our free page. These are the Fetish examples, and we hope you will like them!

In the member section, there are updates in New, the Sketchpage, the Combi page, and the Gifs. And there is a new short story under New. It is a sort of preamble to the Soirée comic, featuring Chris and Althea Wright.

And last but not least: go check out our latest anthology in the Shop, Coco bondage art, The best of 2017!

Until next time,

CBAP

Please support Coco's art at:

https://www.patreon.com/cocoproductions

A Stone’s portret

CP l002 02-21-2019

Welcome back! First of all, a word for our non-members, our visitors. If you go to our free page, you'll notice that the first row of drawings has been updated. The free page is organized in a way in which each row represents a different section of Coco's work (Black and white, Color, BBB, Comics etc.) In the coming five updates, these rows will be updated one by one, so please go check them out.

Furthermore, there are updates in the GIFs, New the Combi page, Lunagirl and the Sketch page. And there are two new pages in the new short comic The Institute, under New, which conclude that story.

Hi everyone, there is also a very rare update in Public Art. It has nothing to do with our favorite subject, but I thought I'd put it in any way, for the sake of completeness. It's a pencil portrait of Keith Richards, which I made for my brother in law (huge Stones fan) back in the nineties.

Coco

Until next time,

CBAP

Please support Coco's art at:

https://www.patreon.com/cocoproductions

Bound bystander

CP 000_33 01-30-2019
Hello everyone! Last week, I was going through some old black and white photo's from, I think, the late sixties or early seventies. I'm guessing they were from the Kane studios.
Flipping through them on my PC, I felt a bit nostalgic. How long had I known this work? I was already buying those magazines, together with the Irving Klaw ones, and the infamous House of Milan titles, way back in the seventies. A lot of these images I had found back on the net. Some of them were new for me, but the most were familiar; I just hadn't seen them for years.

Then suddenly I came across a few I didn't know and which immediately sparked my interest. At first, I didn't even understand why: they were mediocre, showing three girls.
Two of them were tied up by the third one. And therein lay the fascination. In order to get both of her friends tied up, she had to shift her attention from one to the other, thereby leaving one of them idly standing by for a while.

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