Coven 3: A Gallery Girls Collection ペーパーバック – 2005/7/30
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Get out the pentagrams and light the sacred candles, its time to enter the ancient circle of Wicca and tap into the power of nature herself. Coven's back, and in this third volume of the series, we get some artwork by such talents as Arantza, Greco, Sosa and more.
Each drawing comes with the artist's name so you will know who to blame if you are smitten by the beauty of this volume three. Some of them are so well done that it is hard to imagine the concept came from a human mind.
If the art work of German Ponce was in color I would have though I was in the book itself they are so real. So, if you enjoy the dark side of magic or beautiful, and most times busty witches, this collection is for you.
Enjoy the 64 pages from artists like Pelaez, German Ponce, Federico Ossio, Diego Candia and the other nineteen that grace this excellent book.
It is great to see the various artist's renderings, some of the artwork is fantastic, others, well, I wondered why they were added.
This is not a hard core graphic (yes, pun intended) collection, but more of collection of sexy drawings of sexy women.
Not for young minds at all. But if you are a mature (over 18) lover of erotic art, this works very nicely.
From there it's 64 pages of dazzling, erotic art. While there is too many to list, here are some of my most favorite pieces in the book:
Diego Greco pencils a lovely voodoo priestess featuring subtle shading effects. She sits posed with a voodoo doll with a pair of very large pins poking out of it.
Arantza has a gorgeous blonde, dressed in a lace teddy and with a Red Riding Hood type cloak. She's posed with her back to the viewer, looking over her left shoulder in a Betty Grable-like fashion, holding a black panther on a leash. Very provocative and sexy!
Amilon Santos provides a magnificently detailed backdrop to his quartet of witches. One rides atop her broom, and another holds a crystal ball proudly while the final pair hover over a steaming cauldron, all smiling enthusiastically as if they have a deep secret.
John Bosco has one of my most favorite pieces in the book. An awesome drawing of three witches flying atop their broomsticks while an ancient, Carpathian-like castle sets in the gloomy mountain background with dozens of bats silhouetted against the moon.
German Ponce contributes a powerful sorceress calling forth a massive demon while a nude sacrifice struggles hopelessly against her chains.
I really love the pieces by Pelaez and Arantza the most, though. Pelaez' women have a classical, almost art deco period look to them with their captivating eyes and flowing hair. They remind me of old 20's and 30's Halloween postcards of witches in traditional pointed hats and brooms. Arantza quite simply draws some of the most beautiful women I've ever seen. This was the first book in this series that I've had the pleasure to see and I highly recommend it for fans of erotic and pinup art.
Reviewed by Tim Janson