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  1. Brandon McGill is no artist, he’s a vandal, defacing beautiful boys with his graffiti. I hope all that ink is temporary, applied just for the photo shoot. Otherwise, sucking his dick would be like blowing a fountain pen. Yuck.

    1. “Otherwise, sucking his dick would be like blowing a fountain pen. Yuck.”

      horsey, that’s one of your best lines. Thanks. :-)

  2. I was painted by Brandon once, and btw he follows this blog so no need to be a prick. Its paint and it all comes off.

      1. If you’re talking about a link to my painting…I ain’t no twinkie boy so not most people’s thing here.

  3. I took a look at the Facebook link as well as use google and put in Brandon’s name and took a look at images and then his home page. Very talented artist. I would seriously consider purchasing some of his work. I think the thing that happens with this particular work is the dark feeling it exhibits. The model is very attractive the design is striking with a huge amount of detail. I agree with gfron 1 100 percent. We are making comments about an artists work. As for me I would far rather make positive comments about what I do like, vs making negative comments that would offend a person.

    1. Meh if an Artist can’t take criticism he should work in a different field.
      Horselips has every right to his opinion..
      I have to agree I do not like this particualr work.

      That does not mean some one else will not still buy it.

      Heck a photo of a Potato just sold for more than a Million dollars.

      The rule of making art is to do it because you like to.
      The rule of buying art is to buy what you like.

      Maybe someday someone will post more of McGills art that will inspire me to look for more. But that is not today…

      1. I was very purposeful in my response. “No need to be a prick.” Saying “I don’t like his art” is one thing, “saying he’s not an artist” makes one a prick. I hate Pollock’s paintings. But he’s an artist.

        1. ” ‘saying he’s not an artist’ makes one a prick.”

          No, it doesn’t. When I’m standing in a museum or art gallery, directly in front of a “painting” that appears to be either someone spilling a can of paint and spreading it around … or ….. something so childish that quite literally, any 2nd or 3rd grader could have done just as “well” (or probably even better), I have no qualms of saying out loud, “This is not art” or “This ‘artist’ has no talent”.

          That’s my prerogative because that’s how I might think or feel about something in front of me.

          That’s not “being a prick” … it’s just being critical and I don’t care who hears me or even if the “artist” hears/sees me/my criticism.

          It’s too bad that you, personally don’t like public criticism. We need more honest criticism in the world today; it’s time we dispense with this “privilege” of not being criticized. And a great example of that is “god’/religion — ANY religion.

          1. “and I don’t care who hears me or even if the “artist” hears/sees me/my criticism.”
            and that’s what makes you a prick. Being so self-centered that you don’t care about other people.

            And after all I’m just being critical of you and that’s a good thing because in our society we need more criticism so we don’t coddle our privilege.

        2. “And after all I’m just being critical of you and that’s a good thing because in our society we need more criticism so we don’t coddle our privilege.”

          And that’s fine. Go for it. But that doesn’t make you correct.

          Btw, how else are commercial artists going to improve unless they hear criticism … even if it sounds “personal” to them?

  4. The original misleading title of “Tattoo Thursday” I think led to the first negative comments and had these been tattoos I would agree with “Eww”.

    As it is, the artist is talented.

  5. Normally a large tattoo doesn’t turn me on; but sometimes a small one does. This one, so total and over the top, does. Or is it that delicious looking hard cock? Probably both.

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