Friday, March 25, 2011

his/Hers Part II

I finished this one last night but was too tired to post it.  It's along the same theme as my poorly drawn first his/Hers post. 

These were mostly inspired by those awful his/hers matching outfits (think 1988 yuppie tennis outfits) that got popular for a bit around 20-25 years ago (and possibly more times throughout recent history) as well as the still popular Christmas photos where families dress up in some atrocious holiday-themed matching Cosby sweaters. 

So you can think of this one as "imagine a D/s sissy Christmas card photo..."  Of course, for humiliation's sake, his outfit would be slightly more feminine than hers (although in this drawing the only differences are the collar and mittens vs. gloves).


  1. i like the theme - the mittens as a restrictive feminine touch ...maybe also his fur trim should be a bit more extravagant around a parka hood ?

    I often get the mittens option whilst my good lady sports gloves. If she wears mittens - I am given thumbless mittens ...

  2. Thank you, Mittens.

    I did try to have a difference in the fur trim there, hers is a hood while his is a collar (hoods can be used to partially hide your face) but I can understand with my current abilities it might not have been clear.

    Always being offered "one notch more restrictive" selections sounds like it could be fun for a standard practice.

  3. This is great. I would love to see a drawing that shows more of the outfits.

  4. Thank you. I will try to dig up more ideas.

    Finding an awkward looking male to use as a model is quite the challenge to try and get the right mannerisms.