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Are there more pics from this set and maybe a movie??

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no movie here for sure.

and I think this is full set, not a part.

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Thanxx for the quick answer!
It is a pity; it's a nice set with a very nice, naturally setting.
Are there coming more sets like this one?

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I really don't know what you meant as "like this one"/ the background? the green grass and summer setting?

if same background > then see lates here on RA was:
http://members.rylskyart.com/members/model/swan/gallery/20150804/HINTA/

http://members.rylskyart.com/members/model/solana/gallery/20160414/LIETNI/

if you talking about outdoors summer settings - then you already know that RA published 4-6 outdoors each month

please clarify

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Thanxx for the answers.

I meant the same background; the colour of the skin of an beautiful girl compared with the green back ground of a garden. And the fact that she ia sitting on a rocking chair; makes it more dynamic!

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Jeff Milton is her usual 10+infinity self. Sweet, innocent, sexy, with a perfect face and body. I specially love the wide-eyed innocent look. The only complaint I have is one most photographer slide past, that is, dust is the herpes of the photo studio, and on several pics on the swing, Ms.Jeff was obviously not given means to wash her feet. I always kept some baby wipes on hand myself. I could never work my photography into a pro studio after my heart started giving me trouble so that I had to retire, but I always tried to do it as my profs taught me, and several preached about models with dirty feet.

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Some of the photographers today couldn't care less about dirty feet. The evidence is everywhere. It's always a turn-off to me!

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"Dis is da face!"

The face that inspired a thousand love songs!

The face that inspired the Greek Master Sculptors.

Honored are we that bask in it's radiance.

J...you wear that face well my dear... Your beauty is truly spellbinding.

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Sir, honestly, I've never seen this "type" of face in Greek's Ancient culture.

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You have never seen "beautiful faces" in Ancient Greek culture!?

I was speaking only of the "beauty" of the face....not THIS face in particular... You really are a Spaceball! ;o)

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I think Evita and Josephine, with their long dark hair are more like the models of the classical Greek and Roman sculpture. Evita has a figure very similar to the Venus de Milo, which was carved by an artist named Alexandros of Antioch. The poet Homer told us Helen of Troy had blonde hair, as did Achilles, very unusual for a Mediterranean and a sutle way of telling us that they were unique and special. The wall paintings on the Minoan ruins on Create show beautiful women with locks of long black curly hair. I am sure Alexandros of Antioch would have been happy to have beautiful Jeff is he could. But poor Jeff would have to strike a pose until her neck ached.

Ps: If you have not visited, I recommend it.

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And I don't think either of those girls come close to Jeff's beauty!

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Evita
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My standing ovations. Exactly!!!

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Of course standing ovation!! Neil is you and the girl's favorite commenter! He speaks and you all start to drool!
I am as dog shit to you because I am not so articulate... I won't bother to comment again, and be gone soon!! Another standing ovation please for my impending departure!

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Everybody see what he wanted to see. It was nothing from me offensive or some like this. Yes, Neil is our friend, but nothing here was because of it. I just meant that I see Evita's face and figure exactly as I have seen Greek's sculptures "type of woman": full forms, face (especially her nose form), dark hair.

But if we in a bad mood - we can see that even moon looking at us with bad meaning. I am sorry, but it was nothing personal - neither to Neil, nor to you.

peace.

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Maybe you look too hard...

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Sorry for you...

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The set for this shoot was extremely distracting. The wealth? Come on, you need something to bring out the beauty of Jeff? I'm right there with those who get googlie eyed when they see Jeff but this set hides her.

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I've liked Jeff's sets since she first started appearing here but, is it me, or do some of these shots make her look really a LOT younger than her stated age? For instance, image #52 makes her appear like she's 12-13 - or is it just me? I know she photographs as looking very young but that shot in particular has me wondering.

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I would even go so far as to say this is Rylsky in his younger days. These photos just don't seem like Rylsky the professional that we worship.

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RylskyArt does not give her age. She is listed on MetArt as 19 years old. Please do not even joke about any of these models being younger than 18. If you think she looks so young and that appeals to you, fine. But be absolutely be assured Jeff is a woman. I am a grand father and every day I imagine these models are my temporary grand daughter for the day. Today Jeff and Josephine are my acting grand daughters. Tomorrow, it will be Irina J and Latoya.

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By no means was I even intimating that she could be under age. I just happened to notice it. I haven't compared any close-up head shots recently, but it could entirely be due to the fact that she may be wearing less makeup in this set than in others and that the makeup of course makes her look "older" and that without it she well ... looks younger. No accusations intended. And no, I'm not into "younger women".

For 20 years I did professional model photography and know and have experienced what properly applied makeup can do to a model's appearance, making one look older while making another look younger. It is truly an art form that, when poorly or haphazardly practiced, can cause more than it's fair share of problems.

Jeff will always remain one of the most cherubic-faced models to appear either here or on any other standard site (not catering to very young looking models) and will always be high on my "favorites" list.

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HMMMM Nasty old man! Coveting his grand daughters?? OOO you get in big trouble for those things!!! LOL ;0)

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Our lovely little princess Jeff here plays a fertility maiden. A lovely look for Jeff, and a delightful set!

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Lovely model but vexing and confusing background.

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I agree it IS a bit "busy" to my liking (in a one-sided sort of way) and I agree it's a bit distracting to have to sort through it all to get to "heart" of the matter - sweet Jeff. But it's kinda like the Leprechaun and his pot of gold at the end of the rainbow - it's certainly worth the search!

Actually, I believe you could put Jeff in a black vinyl body suit and pose her against a black background with only a single hairlight and she'd still steal the show - and our hearts.

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In re-reading this post, the idea of Jeff in a black bodysuit in a blackened studio with minimal lighting sounds like a real positive idea! Maybe ... please...?

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Jeff is her normal beautiful self but this set just doesn't work for me. Plastic flowers, artificial turf and that ridiculous crown of berries is just too fake and the colors are all wrong. Jeff is too beautiful for such a cheap and cluttered studio set. It is spring and the flowers are blooming. Take her to the garden this set is just not Rylsky art quality.

Sorry

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And again: no problems, you know that if you like everything you see - it just means that you have no senses:)

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Rylsky my friend, this update is extraordinarily beautiful, with a extraordinarily significant title. Jeff looks absolutely beautiful. Indeed, she has never looked better. Whoever designed and built the background must be commended for an excellent job. I believe the wreath which Jeff wore is called a vinok, if I correctly remember what my Ukrainian American friends once told me, but I understood that a vinok is traditionally made of flowers and is worn by unmarried young girls.

So Rylsky, my very best wishes to you, Jeff and everyone involved in the creation of this update. It is wonderful.

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We are happy that you like today's set, yes, this is "venok" (you can call it vinok) in Russian.

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First bubliks and now venoks. Professor J. Milton is conducting a class in Russian culture at Rylskland university.

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It is fantastic that this site can make somebody want to learn something from another culture. Really fantastic, indeed!

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I'm still trying to come to grips with some of the set titles let alone the intricacies of the props! ;-)

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I think the title "Peace" and a prop called a venok intersect. The venok is a traditional Ukrainian head dress for young married girls. Between the title and the venok, I believe Rylsky and Jeff made a sutle but important statement with this update.

Mir!

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Looking as stunning as ever

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Welcome to RA Club, Biggest Fan!

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Met Art just had an Emily Week. Could we have a Jeff Week? Pretty please? :-)

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Please explain about "Emily Week", tell me more.

About Jeff's extra updates on RA:
http://members.rylskyart.com/members/blog/20140512/Summer_Surprises_On_RylskyArt_/

and we will update her monthly on RA at least 2 years more.

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Apologies, it was Hegre Art, not Met Art. During Emily Week they posted a shoot of Emily Bloom each day for a week. Thank you for telling me about Jeff's extra updates. I am looking forward to those very much :-)

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