The silk knickers on the second image are outstanding! They really look silky!
Oh shit, I thought the first image was a photograph! Sophie these are incredible! xxx
amazing. holy shit.
Damn ! That's BEAUTIFUL !
These are absolutely amazing. Nice work!
Do you suppose some prints of your work would be out of the question?
Look up my blog when you have a minute!xx
Like them very much!
thank you thank you ! Pwshelton: i wish i could make prints so i could send them and trade them and sell them... our french print-maker friend just moved away so im gunna ask around... XX
Sophie: I'm a HUGE fan of your work & putting together an anthology for Akashik Books (the indie publisher famous for their noir series, Manhattan Noir, Boston Noir, Haiti Noir, etc etc, which have won nearly every publishing award possible). They're starting a new series & have asked me to put together "The Pot Chronicles." Yep, you heard that right. So far I've got Joyce Carol Oates & Francine Prose & Linda Yablonsky & Abraham Rodriguez Jr. writing stories, Bob Holman, founder of the Bowery Poetry Club writing poems & just waiting to hear back from many other terrific writers. But what I REALLY want is for you to do a little graphic pot story. Possible? Please get in touch with me - email@example.com - even if you can't do it. Many thanks. And no matter what, your work is just great. Thanks & best, Jonathan
Sounds great. I'll keep checking. Thanks!
You should be more famous. I want to recommend a webcomic called "Subnormality," seems like you'd appreciate it. Not plugging my own work, I swear. It's by a guy named Winston Rowntree. I see similarities in your styles.
Very cool indeed. More please.
Sophie, i really enjoy & am inspired by your artwork. You must realize that you're up against the same bullshit prejudice that hampered your dad. But keep on. Vas-y , tu es merveillieuse! Tony Blades, artist, Liverpool area England.firstname.lastname@example.org
Just an fyi that prints of these two works are now available on www.artstar.com, an awesome site for affordable art. whee!!
c'est juste sublime!!! *_*La première c'est pas d'après une photo de Helmut Newton? J'adore son travail, tellement sensuelle! Je l'ai découvert dans les 90 ans de VOGUE