I consider this natural and hairy vulva drawing to portray the person who posed for it. However, it’s kind of scary to realize that there are men in their 20s who have never seen hair on a vulva. Yes, gentlemen, vulvas do grow hair. Why do I draw vulvas? Because they are a part of the human body, and there are no two vulvas or yonis alike.
You discover that other students leave their pages blank where the genitals are supposed to be in art school. Understandably, I always found it strange why others leave the penises and vulvas out of their drawings and paintings,
These erotic yoni drawings are intentionally fragile, intimate and personal. However, the viewer must understand is that these drawings are created because the model decides to share something very personal and private. This yoni drawing is a recent addition to my “Parts Project,” which began several decades ago.
This drawing is created on 140lb arches watercolour paper. The materials used are Rapidograph Ink and Liquitex Professional Acrylic Ink.
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