Until humanity as a whole can stop being 12 about the fact we have genitalia, anything and everything related to sexuality will be annoying and stupid.
And the universe will die of heat death before then, so the key to good cheesecake is to pull a FTL capable spaceship out of your ass and go to a different plant inhabited by people who aren't retarded.
Implication is hotter than being explicit.
You don't seem to be helping your cause very much.
Whether subtle or overt, it should always tease, an never just put all its cards on the table.
It needs to insinuate, imply, and always hint at more.
A comfortable, simple, warm (warm as in colors, not heat) setting.
And as a personal preference, the girl should look like she's aware and/or enjoying being cheesecake.
What counts as Anime over exaggerations?
1 - Notable back broke poses or HYPER thin waist. The Manara Drew cover is a back broke pose sure but its not absurd, I am talking Liefeld teir stuff.
2 - Empty Doll like lifelessness. Greg Land porn faces are a good example of this. (so fucking mad he is drawing the only book Domino is in right now)
>What would you say is the key to good Cheesecake?
Knowing how to pose the model is very important, a shitty pose or a shitty understanding of posing the model hurts cheesecake.
There should also be an emphasis on something about the model. Be it the ass or tits, and combination of the two. It should try and be a bit of a tease in some situations and be light and fun. Essentially, Good Girl art. For the sake of a blue board it can't be explicit nudity, but otherwise it can be nude. Again, try for playful, light, and fun.
>tfw cheesecake doesn't do anything for me unless I already like the character
1. Big titties
2. Big titties
3. Big fucking titties
Implications are what make it hot; the image plants seeds in your mind which grow into lewd trees.
Why is cheesecake so lame on /co/, and why does it always rely on off-model fanart?
Probably because people insert their own likes/kinks into the art, and some other people find that they share those likes/kinks.
Maybe it just doesn't appeal to you as it appeals to them.
Arm bands/braclets. Or at least a shirt with breasts and shoulders exposed. Anything that exposes shoulders but covers beneath them really.
This picture did it.
The nazis did it.
All good porn does it.
It compliments the breasts and makes them look bigger and more lady like. Don't know what it is, but it's just magic. Trust me.
Bondage carries so much sexual implication without any nudity.
Most comic shit doesn't have a model.
You seem to be projecting obsession. You can enjoy sexy things without going overboard
It's difficult to explain exactly what it looks like, but if the piece gives off the impression that the artist respects the character and their personality, it tends to be more appealing.
>implying that in order to enjoy sex you have to be obsessed and that not having qualms with sex equates with emotional immaturity
Look, just because you are sexually dysfunctional does not mean every one else is.
Cheesecake is about the aesthetic and the sexual.
Does webbing count as bondage or peril fetish? Or is it a whole other term?
Not a fan of standard latex+ball gag, but I'm all about ladies wrapped up tightly, especially when it accentuates their curves.
Tightly wrapped, the curves are indeed accentuated, and as with lingerie, male gaze is served by the eyes being drawn to the boobs, bum, thighs, crotch, and eyes (very important in creating a truly erotic and aesthetic bondage scene).
Just the eyes following the rope can be delicious.
The more a scene implies and the less it states, the better.
I'm unsure, but I really hope. Renee becoming the Question is my go-to example for the passing-of-the-mantle done right and I loved Renee as a character. I feel like she could even headline a grimy, O'Neil-esque Question for the modern age (neo-noir?).
I just want to see more of her, dammit. She's really underutilized and (just as an added plus) pushing her would be a feather in DC's cap from a representation standpoint. Renee's a queer Latina woman, after all, and her sexuality has been a large part of her character and yet it's always been in service of genuine characterization, never catchphrases or half-assed illusions of progressivism. If DC gave Renee her own book, it'd be a fantastic counterpoint to Marvel's extremely transparent efforts with America Chavez lately.
Yeah when it comes to bondage, when things get all latexy and leathery it feels kinda gimmicky and dumb to me somehow. I like the tight wrappings, it's why I'm into mummy girls. Why aren't there any mummy superheroines?
because on-model porn, for the vast majority of western cartoons, would be fucking terrible
like gee why don't people draw princess bubblegum on model with her grotesque noodle body? what a mystery
Drawing a character way outside her established body shape for one.
Drawing Power Girl cheesecake with giant tits and ass is fine.
Drawing say... X-23 with massive balloon tits ruins it.