Lost Amazon

14 In the previous post it was mentioned that we still keep discovering old drawings and how we keep adding them, re-arranging our pages from time to time, but unfortunately, the opposite also happens: things get lost.
In the nineties I made a small series, with fantasy figures, like this captive amazon. Other titles were Herd of Amazons and from Princess to slave. And I am sure there was a fourth one, showing a woman with her back to the viewer (tied up, of course) standing cross legged and crouched over, facing a hooded archer, slumped in a chair. It was called Uninvited Guest, or something like that. Does this ring a bell with anyone? Because I can't find it for the life of me. (Oh well, I guess I'll just have to delve through my old xeroxes, to see if I can scan it in again.)



We want to mention, perhaps unnecessarily, that the Shop is in the public domain; so you don't have to be a member to purchase the books. New in the Anthology Series: Women in straightjacket, Vol.1