Katy D ‘Vendim’ by Sergey Akion
Katy D 'Vendim' by Sergey Akion
Katy D is also known as Ekaterina E and I have her profile under that name.
She has a very dainty, pretty and delicate look and one that immediately made me hope her nude modeling career would be long!
A chair positioned in front of a wall covered with elaborately draped curtains provides the posing platform for the vast majority of this voluminous (167 image) MetArt erotic photo series. The model, one I have commented on once before, utilizes it quite well, and comes up with an impressive variety of poses and positions on this solitary piece of furniture.
Katy D‘s presentation is somewhat less polished and styled than the previous set I critiqued, but she exhibits a similar emotional range and versatility here. She can look young and innocent, older and wiser, sweet, devilish, playful, and thoughtful — and in a set containing so many photos she explores all of these looks, and then some more.
Considering that this is a model who can project so many looks, Sergey Akion made a clever decision by shooting her on such a confined, compact “stage.” With her slender body and delicate features a model like Katy D might get lost in a more expansive, more complicated set design. Here she’s front and center and the artist can experiment with lighting and composition while Katy experiments with mood and position.
I always welcome these large sets — who among us doesn’t like more of a good thing? — but that’s not to say that this pictorial would suffer with a bit of judicious editing. There are several “bloopers” in this big bunch, and a couple of shots that simply shouldn’t have been included. It is easy enough for the MetArt member to ignore or discard these flawed images, but why include them in the set to begin with?
When it comes to picking favorites in “Vendim,” I like Katy D’s glamour look in #060, and her far away eyes in #074, as well as the painterly quality of #088, the spontaneous smile in #129, and the moody, stylish beauty of #135. What are your thoughts about this set, good, bad, or indifferent? Feel free to share your opinions in the comments, below.