Wednesday, February 19, 2020


It inspired me so much that at a point in time, I decided to do a pic as a tribute to the drawing by Sassy Bottoms. That was quite a while back and I've been thinking that I should up date my tribute. I finally got that powered wheel chair a few days ago and I found that I could set at the computer for a while. It's not a comfortable as it was and I can't go as long but I thought re doing my pic might be a good test of what I can do.

Accordingly, I spent parts of the last 3 days working on updating this pic. I always figured that in the original, "the missus in distress" the husband had told his bride he was going to spank her bare bottom soundly if she misbehaved. She just had to know if he would really keep his promise and so deliberately behaved like a naughty girl which led to this predicament she is now in.....LOL.

I assumed the same circumstances for my pic too so I named it "Confirmation" since it appears she is definitely getting the confirmation that he will blister her bare bottom for sure. Anyway, here is the latest version of my tribute to "the missus in distress". I hope you enjoy it. Phil


7 comments:

  1. Phil,

    No matter how long it took, I am so glad you could post your tribute. Thank you for sharing your talent for so many years.
    Good luck and enjoy your new mobility on your powered wheel chair. God bless.

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  2. Nice job Phil...you've still got it!
    Nobody can draw a spankable bottom like you do....keep it up.

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  3. Excellent art. Thanks for the fun drawing, and glad you are somewhat better with the new motorized wheel chair.
    Keep fighting my friend
    red

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  4. Phil:

    So good to see your work again!! Like Red said, keep fighting!!

    Rick

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  5. If this is a test, I'd say it easily receives a passing grade!

    Our poor little leading lady has found that bratting leads to tears and a sore red bottom... which is exactly what she wanted.

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  6. I have loved your work for so long and never let you know just how much I appreciate your talent. Keep up the good fight and God Bless. Thanks for all the years of enjoyment and your latest is great!

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  7. A prayer for you...
    True talent is rare.
    Hugs
    Brigitte

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