Describe your day in one gif.
For a moment there I thought you wrote “school porn”…
Wasn’t really sure what to reply for minutes.
Just wondering… If Marco Bodt cosplay is half-assed, is it actually a good cosplay?
Hello, I am Tardy (Kumamushi-san in Japanese), a water bear. I’m the toughest creature on the Earth.
Now I’m wandering around in Serbia for vacation. Actually, I’m always in vacation because I don’t study or work. Hahaha!
It has been three days since I came to Serbia. I’m visiting…
Thank you for great fun and amazing time we had, Tardy! ^_^
Oooh, I love this question. And let me start off by thanking you for a wonderful compliment on the works we put out there. :3
As for the artistic aspect, I always go by the golden rule: One man’s trash is the other man’s art. It’s really all in eye of the beholder. I wouldn’t dare call my works art, as I don’t feel the creator should ever blow their own horn. If there’s anything I stand by in my photography and modeling, it’s the exploration of a male form. And that, on it’s own merit, goes hand in hand with “sexy” tag, which blurred the line between just “hot” or just “art”. Love to believe I can push the envelope, and that’s what artists should do.
Got a lot of praise for the works. Also got a lot of heat for them. And if art is supposed to raise questions and leave no person indifferent… Good, I can feel proud as a creator of the work that leaves no person completely calm. :)
Confessions time: I don’t mind being objectified. Those who care enough will seek the brain behind the muscle (and hopefully find it, lol), and those who don’t care for the brain still have something pretty to look at.
Confessions time #2: I love feedback. Praise is good, of course, but also when people comment and give themselves space to point out what direction they would like to see next. That thrills me, as it’s far more organic and gives me more to strive to and work harder and work more, and explore my limits more, as well as push them further. That being said, blatant negativity is a thing I just brush off, as there’s no other point to it than plain jealousy. Maybe even worse. Death threats for making myself visible inside a corrupted society and going against it speak volumes about my own work, and also testify about the fragile egos I shatter along the way. On the other hand, constructive criticism is a thing I cherish, for it gives me more space ti grow and develop. Pointing out the bad but also explaining and/or directing what could be done to improve is the real blessing.