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The Black and Whites

CP bw-cover 01-20-2020
From the foreword from our latest book: Coco, the Black and Whites, vol 1!

This book is truly a 'Labour of Love', and I'm very proud of it. In it, I return to a technique I used many many years ago, in the late eighties and nineties: the pen and ink style. (...)

I would be able to bring back the feel of the penciled drawing in spades, rendering it in photoshop. But only in a digital form. What I was left with in reality was a ton of these blend line drawings. And then it hit me: I could use those and turn them into real effective pieces ones more... in pen and ink! Turn them into truly new pieces! (...)

Now, for the first time in about thirty years, I am happy to have original artwork in my possession, and that feels great!

Now in the shop! Also,updates in Lunagirl, the Combipage, New, the Sketchpage and the Gifs page

Until next time,
CBAP

Please support Coco's art at:

https://www.patreon.com/cocoproductions

2020

CP happy 02-01-2020
Coco bondage art productions wishes everone a very happy, healthy and prosperous New Year!
(Updates on various pages, new short story under New)

Until next time,
CBAP

Please support Coco's art at:

https://www.patreon.com/cocoproductions

Micron pens

CP 10_0 12-23-2019
Hi everyone! A couple of months ago, I sent an old friend of my logins for my site and asked him to take a look, tell me what he thought of it. Now, him and I go way back, all the way to high school, some fifty years ago. And during the years, he was always there to have a look at my drawings. From the very first pitty full attempts during second class or something like that to the time I turned pro and started to publish. And after that, too. He has followed my whole development as an artist front row, so to speak. But in the last ten years or so, we didn't meet as frequently as we used to. He had moved to another town, and since then, we only visited each other about twice a year, and at that frequency, there is a lot more to talk about than my work.

Anyway, he did like I asked, and a couple of days later, I received a mail from him. He liked the site overall and had a few nice things to say about some of my latest work and my development over the years. But then he wrote something that surprised me. He told me that my Photoshop work was really nice and sometimes impressive, but what he appreciated the most was... my black and white work.

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