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Normally, a good B&D scene creates a certain mood and ambiance in order to heighten the experience for both "master" and "slave".  And while it is important to be concerned for the slave's comfort and safety, showing too much consideration can make a master seem less dominant to the slave.  And since Alice is always putting in her "two cents," that may be the reason why she ends up wearing bigger and tighter gags for longer periods during their B&D sessions.  Hey, I'm just saying! (Medium: pen and ink).
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teknoman021 Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014
Henry finishes tying the armbinder, grabs the gag from the bed, moves in front of Alice, and gives one of her nipple rings a tug.  Alice opens her mouth, expressing the pain, and Henry shoves the gag into her mouth and starts tying the straps around her head.  That ought to keep her quiet.  :D
kiff57krocker Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That's essentially the idea for this pic.  Of course, Alice just has to put in her "two cents."  Thank you for your comment.  :D (Big Grin) 
BondoFox Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Don't worry Henry, we learn by doing  8-)
kiff57krocker Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
And Alice is just the one to teach him!  Thanks for the comment.:D (Big Grin) 
SirStefan02 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2013
Ya, know it just occurred to me that when this show was on tv, Betty Page was doing exactly the same thing. XD
kiff57krocker Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Historically, that is correct.  But I doubt that Betty Page and the genre she specialized in through the work of Irving Klaw would've made it to mainstream television.  Still, I thank you for your comment and hope you like my rendition of Henry and Alice Mitchell.:) (Smile) 
SirStefan02 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2013
No, no, nor would the Mitchell's in this scenario either. I meant that during the b/w TV era when Dennis the Menace was on Betty Page was actively engaging in such antics as this. And yes, I think they're great. I first started doing similar things to Mad magazine when I was in school. The ladies were always voluptuous caricatures of themselves that were just dying to be carefully erased and redrawn in all sorts of compromising attire. I didn't draw them free-hand like here, I just did a little "editing" here and there as necessary. Excellent work here for sure. :)
kiff57krocker Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Again I thank you for your positive comments.  And I recall the great artwork in Mad when it was a comic book before it became a humor magazine.  Oh, those fantastic artists they had like Jack Davis, Bill Severin, Wallace Wood (before he shot himself) Basil Wolverton and Bill Elder.  And then Mad in it's magazine format with it's great collection of artists like Dave Berg, Don Martin, George Woodbridge, Sergio Aragones and others who, sadly, have either retired or passed on.  And the women they could draw, YOWSUH!! :D (Big Grin)  I took much of my own technique for drawing cartoon woman like my Rhonda from their various styles.  And while Betty Page's B&D fetish photos could only be found in "out of the way" places downtown (I was only a kid during height of her career so I had no idea who she was until many years later) she was a phenomenon.  Whenever I do B&D stuff in cartoons it's mainly to make fun of it by taking characters who you wouldn't associate with this stuff and putting into it and even liking it.  Again, thanks kindly for your comments and support.Giggle  
Kepan Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2013
note to himself:
gag first
kiff57krocker Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Not a bad idea. But Alice would still find a way to complain. Thanks for the comment.
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