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Wow never heard someone say Raquel Welch is manish guess the millions of posters and 8x10s are blind people
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scoobydew wrote:

Wow never heard someone say Raquel Welch is manish guess the millions of posters and 8x10s are blind people


Are you really that offended that her body is not to my tastes? Jesus, it's just an opinion.
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I find the whole concept disgusting so I have none.
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HolyDrumstick wrote:

I like the classic pin-up tattoos or paintings on war-machines..... for what they are. I just prefer them to not have nudity.

To me, they're more a symbol of the fire in a young warrior's heart (and other areas) than about the girl, herself.

Of course, I'm also a weirdo.


https://youtu.be/1TJk1jqzjYU

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neugenx wrote:

I preferred posters from The Brothers Hildebrandt (Greg and Tim), Gil Elvgren, Hajime Sorayama, Masamune Shirow, Boris Vallejo and Frank Frazetta myself. Still pin-up art just not live-action . They've done some of the most amazing work over the years.



I met Boris Vallejo at a convention years ago, along with his wife, Julie Bell. The late Frank Frazetta is classic, certainly one of the masters. Masamune Shirow, now he's amazing. I've even seen some of his more NSFW stuff. And what about Ken Kelly (best known for doing the cover art for the Kiss album "Destroyer", but he also draws fantasy art with some great looking women) and Luis Royo? You may want to check out a book from the later named "Dome", just so beautiful.
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rabbitofcaerbannog wrote:


neugenx wrote:

I preferred posters from The Brothers Hildebrandt (Greg and Tim), Gil Elvgren, Hajime Sorayama, Masamune Shirow, Boris Vallejo and Frank Frazetta myself. Still pin-up art just not live-action . They've done some of the most amazing work over the years.



I met Boris Vallejo at a convention years ago, along with his wife, Julie Bell. The late Frank Frazetta is classic, certainly one of the masters. Masamune Shirow, now he's amazing. I've even seen some of his more NSFW stuff. And what about Ken Kelly (best known for doing the cover art for the Kiss album "Destroyer", but he also draws fantasy art with some great looking women) and Luis Royo? You may want to check out a book from the later named "Dome", just so beautiful.


I met Boris and Julie once myself at a convention. They were great people too, they treated us like we were long lost friends. I forgot all about Ken Kelly until you mentioned him. I used to love his work. Royo's name definitely belongs right up the with Boris, Frank and Julie.

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I love looking at beautiful women i had a couple of marilyn monroe pin ups but recently after i moved they got damaged.
Atm im collecting anime posters but i should start on my pin up collection as well
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