Readers can now look forward to a new series of petticoating posters, which will be added to in succeeding months. These have been prepared by Christeen, and for the present are being presented exclusively in the pages of 'Petticoat Discipline Monthly'. Later, Christeen hopes to have her own site on the web, and I wish her all the very best with that endeavour.
Of course Christeen would like very much to read the opinons of readers,
as this is the first public presentation of her work. Letters
will be published in the 'General Correspondence' section,
and I am confident that you will enjoy them. I thought that they
were excellent when I received them - the expressions are just
right, and all those fluffy clouds and billows of pretty lace! Mmmm...!
Christeen writes, 'Thank you for providing a suitable and tasteful vehicle for my work'. And Chris's work certainly belongs within the petticoated.com philosophy of providing information regarding petticoat discipline and other subjects which is attractive, literate, neither ugly nor offensive, and of a creatively high standard.
Christeen now has her work presented at another site which 'Petticoat
Discipline Monthly' links to:
Christeen's latest offering is a subtle delight, which will please Saffy no end, and which pleases me too. It immediately brought to mind Velasquez's great painting of the Spanish Infanta, in which we see the artist, and the other members of the royal family, reflected in a combination of mirrored trickery which has delighted art scholars for centuries.
If you do not know the painting, see if you can find a copy of it on the web. It is very famous, and I believe its influence is apparent in Christeen's extraordinary picture.
I have found a copy, with some notes. The painting's actual title is:
Click on the title at the top left of this page, and you will see the painting itself.
I hope that readers enjoy these latest works by Christeen. The picture with poor Chris dutifuly sucking his dummy, and with his lovely dress for the next day laid out on the bed, is too precious for words.
In the next issue we have something very special for readers: Christeen will write a short essay describing how she creates these marvellous pictures - essential reading for Christeen 'wanabees'.
Winter 2003 Christeen has two pictures for our first quarterly issue. Here they are...Chris's very poufy ruffled panties are absolutely delightful! The third picture accompanies an article on how Christeen produces her lovely pictures.
Spring 2003 This issue Christeen has prepared an absolutely delicious baby picture, and a very enticing picture of poor Chris completely at the mercy of two absolutely determined and overwhelming petticoating women. The poor lamb looks as though he is in for a very humiliating fitting.
Autumn 2003 It seems that Chris needs further training in being a good little girl whilst wearing his reins, and Aunt Julia knows just how to deal with naughty 'girls' like Christeen. We don't hear nearly enough about the use of simple hair ribbons in enforcing petticoat discipline but, once again, Aunt Julia is an acknowledged expert. Chris's fluffy petticoat is just adorable!
Christeen has also allowed readers another insight in to her method of creation. It is necessary to start with a base picture, which can then be modified and added to in order to produce the final masterpiece. Look at the picture on the right for Summer 2003, and look at this photograph, which provided the framework:
Winter 2004 (2003 Christmas Annual) Poor dear Chris looks just darling in his soft, red velvet Christmas frock. And, like all petticoated little boys, what delicious dreams he has as the hour of midnight approaches!
Spring 2004 Christeen has given us an interesting fine art mystery this time...can any readers identify the three works on the wall of which Christeen has rendered such lovely pastiches? In the second picture Christeen finds himself in the news. Still, as Oscar Wilde one remarked, "There is only one thing worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about."
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