While many artists search their entire lives for their ideal female form, a fortunate few have clearly found their perfect preferred ratio of curves to angles; of strength to submission. Andrew Hunter is, however, clearly a man who knows his ideal damsel’s dimensions: his slender damsels have decidedly athletic builds and — frequently — the power of flight.
Mr. Hunter reveals leathery bat-winged demons who hover menacingly and iridescent insect-winged fairies who gently beckon. However different they may seem, each of these lovely ladies are lean, muscular visions of pure beauty. Perhaps their command of the air is a reflection of our common desire to rise commandingly above the fray, or perhaps even to escape it altogether.
Another playfully dangerous, and powerfully sexy focus of Andrew’s artistic attentions is the elfin rouge Bree Starval. In the web comic Delve, she ventures ever deeper into a vast dungeon, recalling a sword and sorcery flavored Little Annie Fannie: frequently in danger, very frequently naked, and always ultimately victorious.
Written by Jeff in May of 2012. Last edited September 2014.