Cevinex’s Femdom Art

Cevinex:

Cevinex is an artist with a deep desire and ability to realize images of female dominance and sadism toward males – and who accomplishes his works in ways stylistically informed by myriad artists past and present, yet expressed in visions that are entirely new. Cevinex draws inspiration from greats such as Bilbrew, Stanton, Sardax, Stig, and Bishop (et al), but particularly from the enigmatically obscure 60s Femdom fetish illustrator, Rubex – all filtered through a dark lens of retro-futurist intrigue and more than a hint of InSex style sadomasochism.

A freehand pencil and pen artist from early teen-age years forward, Cevinex was most recently inspired by artist, dIGI – of the infamous website, The Virtual Uniform Grrlz – to take up digital 3D modeling techniques. Works by Cevinex mainly feature glamorous-yet-severe looking and beautifully statuesque dominant female sadists, clad in latex, skyscraper boots and militaristic or equestrian gear. A Cevinex Dominatrix delightedly inflicts torment upon males bound helplessly in rigid, inescapable bondage (always in humiliating positions). Medical scenarios and dungeon scenes are all lavishly embellished and rendered with a hint of sci-fi flair, a cinematic edge – and decidedly wicked wit.

I want to thank Cevinex for providing those words and the images below:

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Visit Cevinex’s facebook page.

Originally posted 2012-05-29 06:09:51. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

24 comments to Cevinex’s Femdom Art

  • Lobojack

    Now that you mention Rubex, I think that he was a huge talent, unfortunately short-lived, in the Femdom field. I think I have about all his pictures, which are very few in fact. Hence my appeal to all those of you who could help us decypher the Rubex mystery. Let’s put our scant knowledge together.

  • Cevinex

    My understanding of Rubex is that he was an illustrator for print media – anything from ads to instructional pamphlets and kids lit – who moonlighted as a fetish/Femdom artist. Just looking at his work, one can intuit he was an ardent worshipper of the cruel and dominant female ideal. My guess is that he was a quiet and shy family man, who would have felt powerfully ashamed should he discovered as the artist whose works we all know and love, and chose to make a clean break with it at some point. I, for one, would love to have seen more works and perhaps some progression in style and substance. More’s the pity…

    As for myself, I (obviously) admire his work a great deal and hope to emulate it in my own. I like to think he would enjoy the pieces I create.

  • Lobojack

    I got to know Rubex art by purchasing an issue of AMAZON Magazine, which was probably the only one ever published. There one can find the best of Rubex. Over the years I have downloaded more Rubex pics from the Web but the total barely went over fifty drawings, including repeats.
    Your info is quite interesting and I thank you warmly for trying to follow his lead.

  • Interesting work, Cevinex! Thank you for sharing it. And is it my imagination, or were the faces of the brunettes here partly inspired by Lucille Ball’s face in the 1940s, when she did many glamour photos and even a couple of films noir? Before her sitcom in the 1950s reshaped her image into that of a slapstick comedienne, she actually made a movie in 1942 called The Big Street with Henry Fonda, wherein she played a cruel, vain New York City showgirl who humiliates Henry Fonda as the shy busboy who loves her. An early crypto-femdom movie!

    • James

      I have a few drawings by Rubex and think the sadistic nurse femdom artwork is terrific.
      Among my small collection I also have some featuring school girl dominates. One drawing has the caption “The Belles of St. Dominates”. Does anyone else have any Rubex drawings on this theme?

      • Lobojack

        Unfortunately not. I think that I have the whole Rubex collection and all of them show those sadistic nurses in a medical environment. I have never seen any Rubex drawing featuring dominant school girls, although the idea is quite appealing to me. Who is the artist author of “The Belles of St. Dominates” ?

  • Cevinex

    Hi Irv! You know, on a certain level, you’re definitely onto something: I’ve long felt inspired by the high-glamour ladies of film and fashion of past eras, beginning roughly around post WWII through the 1970s, and 40s/50s Lucille Ball is definitely an icon of that! I definitely will take that comparison as a kind compliment! Earlier favorites would include Louise Brooks, Joan Crawford – and especially Marlene Dietrich! I try to attain a kind of timelessness that doesn’t look exactly new or current, but could also be the near or distant future as well, so basically an entirely ‘other’, fantasy world entirely.

    Thanks again for the kind words and the film recommendation! It’s not on Netflix streaming, but I did find it on YouTube (here’s the link, in case anyone else is interested as well):

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uToq54F0I4

    ~Cevinex

    • Just saw your reply, Cevinex. I certainly meant it as a compliment! The glamour influence is clearly there, and you definitely create an “other” fantasy world with those elements.

      Fun fact: I read somewhere that the artist Bill Ward was influenced in drawing the eyes of his females by the striking eyes of Ann Sothern, certainly a Hollywood icon of the 40s and 50s! Now I can never look at Ann Sothern without thinking of Bill Ward. And now when I come upon I Love Lucy, I’ll probably think of your femdom universe too.

      Glad you were able to find the movie on You Tube. Definitely worth a watch! Enjoy.–Irv

  • Cevinex

    Irv – thanks so much for pointing me toward the eyes that inspired the great Bill Ward. I do use photo-references, and definitely feel a Ward inspired/tribute piece coming on. Ann Sothern is indeed blessed with the lovliest eyes. Here is the link to an image I found most compelling:

    http://www.digitaldeliftp.com/DigitalDeliToo/Images/Sothern-11.png

    Also enjoying your blog a great deal: thanks to you, I’ve also gone down the Helga Line rabbit-hole ;)

  • Steve

    These works are beautiful. Looking forward to the book. I for one will buy / subscribe as soon as it or any of Cervinex’s art becomes available.

    • Cevinex

      Thank you, Steve – and I apologize for not responding to your comment sooner: I surely would have had I not been so busy with my regular, non-art pursuits. Words of encouragement from you and others here at FemDomArtists.com have really encouraged and inspired me more than you can imagine (also must give a shout-out to our esteemed host here for giving me my first real ‘break’)!

      I, in turn, am very much looking forward to delivering heretofore unimagined FemDom BDSM sights and stories for the pleasure of all.

      In humble gratitude,
      ~Cevinex

      • Steve

        Thank you Cevinex–

        It was a pleasure reading your thoughts– and especially so regarding your reply to “tall” below.

        The fantasy aspect of the work is something which is often oddly missing from other fem-dom art. That is to say, it is nothing but imagination and fantasy, so why not go “no holds bared”, if you will.

        May I ask? Is there any location on the web where I might follow your work other than at “Femdom Artists”? Just wondering if you are preparing a site at this point. I know you’re busy with other pursuits, so I’m happy to wait patiently. Your work is just wonderful.

        Do not hesitate to contact me via the provided email address. I’m wondering of you accept commission work or would consider collaborating on something of a graphic novel?

        Thanks again for your thoughts.

        • Cevinex

          Hi Steve – sincere apologies for not getting back with you sooner. I greatly appreciate your enthusiasm and encouragement!

          At present, I am trying to figure out how to reconcile doing commissions and/or original stories and standalone works, or not as the case may be. I did agree to a commission from a fan who is as complimentary and patient as can be, but found two things in doing so:

          a) that I have difficulty finding time to do the work (it’s so much different if I’m just going along at my own pace with no pressure, real or imagined), and b) I am far less inspired by fantasies that originate outside of my own head. These images I create are quite time and labor intensive, and I’ve found that if I’m not 110% into it, I’m far too easily distracted and can barely even begin, let alone finish.

          So I think how this is looking to shake out is: I will build stories and images at my own pace, to eventually become published on my own site in a variety of high-resolution downloadable form (from jpeg folders to full 1080HD slide shows). On the site, there will be a section for folks to add fantasies/scenarios/requests in a sort of ‘wish list’, and I would let the person know if I used their idea. I would also, of course, comp them the issue or piece that their idea is used in.

          As it is, I have about half a dozen different stories shaping up, with tons of renders in the vaults already. I may even have a very interesting collaborative project coming up with someone who’s writing I admire a great deal (story construction being my Achilles heel at this point). So stay tuned for that!

          In the meanwhile, there are three or four ways to view the pieces that I am too excited not to show off asap – this site being the main one (and big thanks to our wonderful host, Richard, for that!) But also a few other places if you like:

          My Facebook page (as ‘Tiller Eulenspiegel’)
          https://www.facebook.com/Cevinex?fref=ts

          My Twitter account
          https://twitter.com/Cevinex

          Mistress Sidonia von Bork at The English Mansion’s Blog
          [I am long overdue on the next chapter of this story, which I do gratis, because I <3 Ms. Sidonia]
          http://www.theenglishmansion.com/blog/archives/5877

          And this last one requires registration, but no payment or any other kind of participation [it's a 3D artists' hangout.] *Caution: some of the images here are stomach churningly vile – best to just stick with regular FemDom, and there are ways to filter what you see as well:

          The 'Gallery' section of Renderotica.com
          https://www.renderotica.com/

          For the time being, please do feel free to send any ideas/requests to my email (sorry, I don't see yours above, Steve) – I'm more than happy to look them over, but cannot at this point commit to an actual consignment.

          Thank you again, most sincerely, and please stay tuned!

          Best regards,
          7X
          Cevinex@gmail.com

      • Steve

        Thank you for your thoughts. Delighted that you find yourself inspired.

        If you have time and/or inclination, please contact me via the shown address. I’d like to communicate with you regarding the posibility of collaboration and / or commissioned work.

        Thanks for your work and so looking forward to more.

        Best Regards,

        S.

  • tall

    i’ve always felt that serious Femdom women need a sightly bizarre face…it heightens the sense of fear of the victim. Cevinex captures that aspect wonderfully.

    • Cevinex

      tall – you have a very good grasp of what I strive to achieve with my work.

      One may be surprised at how much time I spend obsessing on the facial features and expressions of the Dominas within my pieces: they should appear convincingly cruel, intimidating, mercilessly sadistic (in the truest, sexual sense) – and utterly heartless. You see, these women inhabit a world of pure fantasy, in which women rule absolutely, and the main source of entertainment is torturing helpless slaves whom exist only to be used and destroyed for sadistic pleasure. It’s a super-hot fantasy that doesn’t really exist in the real world, thank goodness.

      So I am glad to bring my vision into the world, and doubly grateful that there are those who enjoy it. Thanks!

  • I’d like to take this opportunity to thank our host here at FemDomArtists dot com for keeping my art in rotation here – I appreciate you, sir!

    I would also like to once again shamelessly self-promote my website for any who remain unaware. Simply click on my name above this post to begin your exploration, or click/cut/paste the following:

    http://theartof7evinex.com/preview-over-under.html

    Also, I’ve started a Tumblr blog through which I discuss my art, and the inspiration for same.

    http://7evinex.tumblr.com/

    I very much welcome all feedback via any of the avenues mentioned here on this page. Thanks!

    Best regards,
    7EVINEX

    • Lobojack

      Your art is simply fabulous. You are outdoing Rubex !

      • Lobo – wish I could be cool and blasé, but I cannot thank you enough for the kind compliment. Having pored through the pages here at FemDom Artists dot com for the past year or so, I’ve found by your post comments that you are and apt and ardent authority on FemDom art. Such acknowledgement means a great deal to me. I thank you most sincerely!

        Best regards,
        7evineX

        • Lobojack

          Dear Cevinex

          As an old crocodile, I have long been involved in the field of Femdom art. In the old days I was even a customer of the late Eric Stanton. So my enthusiatic appreciation of your work is soundly based.

          I am not quite sure, but I feel that French is your mother tongue. Mine too. So for all practical purposes we may stay in direct touch at

          a_dresserch@yahoo.fr

  • pleazurslave

    … i dream, fantasize about this all the time. Once or maybe even twice i had a very Dominant Mistress, once a very Loving Dominatrix…..

  • pleazurslave

    …yes.. absolutely~

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