Home

Dragon-Kept Damsels

image by johnathan darkly

Bi Tai Wei

A clear distinction between the objectification of the female form and true artwork is the interaction of the figure with her environment. Has she meekly succumb to an unrelenting landscape, or is she bravely persevering in the face of adversity? Bi Tai Wei explores these possibilities and many more, taking clues from mythology, speculative fiction, and his own fertile imagination.

With pale, slender bodies adorned with slim straps and tattered ribbons, Mr. Bi’s mermaids, fairies and mortal women are always the focus, but are fully formed individuals who are integral to their surroundings. While some females languidly await their fate, others aggressively pursue their mysterious adventures.

Serving as constant companions to these aloof ladies company are a swarm of sinuous dragons, giant lizards, and even the occasional toad. While these noble creatures are beautiful in their own right, the women they accompany are the true treasures here.

Written by in October of 2011. Last edited September 2014.

Related Features

Jon’s Wicked Little Fairies

A pale-haired fairy with large breats contorts oddly. A nude green-skinned fairy crouches oddly. A red-haired fairy with large breats stikes an unusual pose.

Artemis Rosakis

A slender woman nude, but for slender metal bikini-shaped piercings. A beautiful green-skinned fairy with long red hair. A naked woman with long brown hair sits with a large, bloody sword.

Erik Jones

A lean woman with bright red hair and many tattoos, including a large eagle with spread wings across her naked chest.

Charmed, I’m Sure!

An bare-breasted snake-woman wearing an elaborate headdress and wielding a large spear. An bare-breasted snake-woman wearing an elaborate headdress and wielding a large spear.

Matt Dixon

A red-haired vampire with huge pale breasts and bloody hands. An irate, curvy demon woman in a black bikini An orange-haired blue-skinned fairy sits nude.

Comments

Be the first to comment!