Candy Rose ‘Prestol’ by Rylsky
Candy Rose 'Prestol' by Rylsky
Beautiful, sexy girl! Gorgeous, creative photography! Thank you, Candy Rose and Rylsky, for giving me the opportunity to write the shortest review in the history of the MetArt blog!
I’m joking, of course. The MetArt erotic photo series “Prestol,” thanks to the beauty and talent of its star and the skill and artistry of its creator is more than worthy of close study and thoughtful examination.
My initial impressions were highly favorable, but only after I’d looked at the entire collection was I fully able to appreciate all that it has to offer. There is a lot of variety here, in terms of photographic styles, in terms of poses and compositions, and in terms of moods and emotions. “Prestol” offers a truly rich, complex experience that will hold up over time and which will reward repeat viewings — not something that can be said of every set.
This is the eighth pictorial in Candy’s MetArt portfolio, all of which were shot by Rylsky. Candy Rose is a fine physical specimen with a beautiful face and an eye-catching hairstyle consisting of straight-cut bangs that subtly recall legendary photo model Bettie Page. As enticing as she is physically, it’s Candy’s personality that’s so engaging and intriguing in these photos — this is a rich, nuanced, playful, and irresistible performance that covers the full range from demure to decadent with effortless ease. What a beautiful, sexy, and talented girl she is!
Rylsky is in top form here. The room much of the set takes place in is dark, with two different complex wallpaper patterns on adjoining walls, an ornate chair, and subtle, moody lighting. But even when things get crazy — when the chair is placed unsteadily on a bed — it all somehow works. And when the setting changes to softly diffused light and white, artificial flowers, and gauzy curtains, the mood and style is completely different yet somehow it remains a logical part of a totally satisfying whole. Rather than listing a few of my favorites I suggest you take a leisurely look at “Prestol” and pick your own. That’s no easy task with so many fine images to chose from, but it’s very enjoyable work!