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Model on top but less photoshop please, too many effects
Not quite natural, really...

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Welcome to RylskyArt and Happy New Year!

Please inform me what photos in this gallery was made with Photoshop and what details did you miss here. Please ALWAYS use high res to judge, because any other resolutions was created with autoresizer - that's why some details was lost and some compression "artefacts" may be visible.
Thank you in advance.

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Wet.

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Hmmmm --- nice set....but it doesn't look like Rylsky-work!

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Date published: 15.10.2012
Title: Seacoast
Featuring: Luciana

+ http://members.rylskyart.com/members/model/kei-and-leila-and-loreen/gallery/20130415/BACKSTAGE._VOL.2/


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Yeeessss --- I know, but still....it's a very DIFFERENT set!

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I am sorry, but I really hope that "Rylsky's set" is not classified by some minimal range of recognizing, I hope my work look different in all the things possible. If you really think that everything except this set was "TYPICAL" - I think it was "epic fail of 2013" for all RA. Or maybe you can inform us about typical recognition of Rylsky's USUAL set. We tried hard all these years to make our sets look DIFFERENT ALWAYS.

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Don't be sorry --- I gave this set "10" as you can see, and it's NOT the only top rating I've given 'u....: QED, as far as stylish differences are concerned, that (IMHO) you've been successful using SEVERAL styles! :)

Now --- this is what I'm talking about (I'm sure you'll understand):

Any piece of art is in theory capable of being analysed in terms of STYLE; neither periods nor artists can avoid having a style, except by complete incompetence, and conversely natural objects or sights cannot be said to have a style, as style only results from choices made by a maker. Whether the artist makes a conscious choice of style, or can identify his own style, hardly matters. Artists in recent developed societies tend to be highly conscious of their own style, arguably over-conscious, whereas for earlier artists stylistic choices were probably "largely unselfconscious". Most stylistic periods are identified and defined later by art historians, but artists may choose to define and name their own style. The names of most older styles are the invention of art historians and would not have been understood by the practitioners of those styles. Some originated as terms of derision, including Gothic, Baroque, and Rococo. Cubism on the other hand was a conscious identification made by a few artists; the word itself seems to have originated with critics rather than painters, but was rapidly accepted by the artists.
Western art, like that of some other cultures, most notably Chinese art, has a marked tendency to revive at intervals "classic" styles from the past. In critical analysis of the visual arts, the style of a work of art is typically treated as distinct from its iconography, which covers the subject and the content of the work.

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IOW, Rylsky, don't worry about trying to be different -- just use your own sense on what is right. The difference, the style, will follow.
You have done this! You are different. The ones that aren't different are putting the horse before the cart, trying to follow somebody else's "style."
A lot more interesting stuff could be done if people shook free of the style and beliefs of the day, and just tried to do something they wanted to do -- that they felt needed to be done.

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I shouldn't mix things up either, and say "cart before the horse"! :-)
In any event, keep exploring, Rylsky, tryin' to keep up with reality!

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I am so glad I am not an art expert. For me, it is simple. Rylsky's models are beautiful young women. The Black Sea coastline is a beautiful. The weather is lovely.

Nomi, Nedda, Feeona and Loreen have been photograghed in this location, together with many others as well. In my opinion, this is pure, solid gold classic Rylsky at his best.

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There you go, Neil -- bring out the best of the most beautiful women. What more could you ask for :-?

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Luciana is so very pretty. She reminds me of Loreen. Beautiful blue eyes and a playful happy face. And such a magnificently shaped feminine body. Luciana presents so many perfectly beautiful poses, with such ease and grace.

I am always fascinated by the Black Sea coast, probably because I have visited the Turkish coastline. Of course, RylskyArt is not a travel guide, but with beautiful tour guides like Luciana, it could be.

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Luciana is a very beautiful woman, and Rylsky has more than done her justice in this wonderful set. Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go back and drool over Page 2 (that's right, the whole thing).

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This is a very nice and VERY interesting gallery. I hate it when the photographer subjects the model to all sorts of yucky stuff over and near their girly parts. In #43 both camps have their cup of tea. There is sand, but only individual and colorful pieces trapped in Luciana's pubes and navel. I also like the impact that water has on nipples, and hair in motion and caught in interesting shots like #s 20 to 22. Well done Rylsky!

Now on to my thoughts on Luciana. She is a beautiful woman and I really like her eyes, smile, areolae and nipples, innie, long beautiful legs and bubble butt.

When I read what I have written, I added a favorite tag to my existing 10 for Luciana. Also, I obviously have to add that this is one of MY all time favorite galleries shared with us by Rylsky!

Thanks very much Luciana and Rylsky for this great visit.

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For clarity I should have mentioned that the only time girly parts and yucky stuff are close to each other is in #43; and I should have stated that I appreciate this.

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