Saturday, April 15, 2023

Favorite Pic of the Day for April 16th

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Happy Birthday today April 16th

Happy 45th to actor Christos Vasilopoulos!

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Christos in Pleasure or Pain (2013)Caps above thanks to KC!

Cracks in the Clouds


David Cardoso in As Seis Mulheres de Adão

'Six women revenge themselves on a lady-killer who deceived them.'

I love a good erotic film from the 80's and this one certainly delivered.  Although I would describe 1982's As Seis Mulheres de Adão as softcore, there is no shortage of male nudity, especially from star David Cardoso.  Given the title translates to 'The Six Women of Adam'  you might guess the nudity is mostly from the women, but this film, it's definitely Adam in the spotlight. 

The six women, Clarisse, Helena, Amanda, Serena, Sarita and Marta reminisce about their love affairs with their lover Adam. Since they were all abandoned by the trickster, they plan a “sweet” revenge, and make a macabre plebiscite to decide Adam's fate.

The six women are not Adam's only admirers.  The maids in the house, as well as major domo Julio, also have eyes for the sexy stud.  Julio plays a crucial role in helping an exposed Adam near the end of the film.

As Seis Mulheres de Adão is a star vechile for it's lead, David Cardoso.  The Brazilian actor is also known as the King of Pornochanchada because of his his immense popularity as an actor in erotic comedies of the 70 's.  I'd never heard of him before, but I've been doing some research, and I certainly planning on seeing more of his work, and posting more about the hot and talented actor. 

One of the films hottest scenes is in it's final climatic moments.  I think this is one of the hottest embarrassment scenes I've ever seen in a film.   It also has a fun ending.  Check it out on the NEXT PAGE HERE:

Adam & Julio

Solamente: Kince by Studio1x

'My favorite part about working with Jim is how gung ho he is. We’ve worked with honey, cream, thrown me in a storage bin, wrapped me in plastic, thrown water on me, painted me gold—so much has happened over our shoots together!'

This isn't the first time I've featured the dynamic and multifariously hot Kince on FH.  Although you may recognize his name, even his beautiful body, but you may not necessarily recognize his face.  Kince is a bit like a chameleon in front of the camera, with subtle variations to his hair or facial expressions, creating major changes in his look and appearance in front of the camera. 

We were first introduced to Kince, and his work with Jim from Studio1x, back in 2021.(HERE:)  Kince was the jockstrap wearing dealer in a Thanksgiving game of strip poker.   Some of you might remember that the jockstrap eventually came off and game night took a turn with a game of naked Twister for five. 

The next time we saw Kince, he was posing along side Alex as a hot studio production assistant for an Oscar themed shoot.  When Jim first sent on the images of Kince and Alex, I didn't immediately recognize Kince from Game Night shoot.  In addition to wearing glasses, his hair was also shaved much shorter.   It totally changed his appearance and I had to double check that the adorkable PA was actually the same sexy card dealer from the previous piece.  

Of course I shouldn't have been surprised, Kince is a performer, and his background as a dancer not only helps create incredible poses and visuals, it enables Kince to seamlessly slip in and out of different characters and persona's in front of the camera.  Since I've previously only featured Kince in shoots with other models, I thought it was time to shine the spotlight on a sexy solo shoot.

The last time I featured Jim's work, I focused on his studio work, (HERE:) and how incredibly creative, and how many different looks Jim was able to capture within a specific pace.  His work with Kince was no exception.  Jim sent on hundreds of images from his multiple shoots with Kince, and there were so many great looks and themes captured, it was as always, impossible to fit my favorites into one piece. Although this may be the first solo shoot I've featured spotlighting Kince, it will not be the last you'll see over the next couple of months. 

Who or what got you started with modeling? 
'I initially posed for friends back in the Philippines, mostly for fun and to help with their individual portfolios. After immigrating to the US a photographer building his portfolio found me on MySpace in 2005(!) and asked if he could shoot me. He realized my dancer background lent itself to a knack for posing and body awareness at our very first shoot and he encouraged me to pursue it professionally. We worked on creating a OneModelPlace profile for me and the rest is history! '

What has been your favorite modeling experience thus far? 
I’ve had the great fortune of working with some really incredible photographers over the years, but my favorite experience is an ongoing one! After modeling for Chris Verene at Art Basel in Miami, I now find myself privileged to be an ongoing facilitator for his work, The Self-Esteem Salon—in fact we’re flying to Chicago to bring it to The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) next week! 

Any odd or strange stories from any shoots? 
'Oh gosh, WAAAY too many! One that sticks out to me though is after doing a photo shoot involving flour: I went to shower and had the…uhhh… let’s say -unfortunate- reminder that flour + water = dough. AND my hair was freshly bleached at the time! Awful experience all around. Although the final shot of me jumping became the cover of Joseph Lambert’s photo book “Dancers in Flour” so I can definitely say it was worth it. '

What has your experience with photographers been like so far, any offers you've turned down? 
'I love modeling and I love working with all sorts of photographers of all experience levels. It’s just so incredible being clay to someone’s vision over and over again. Modeling has largely been a positive experience for me and I’ve overall had very respectful photographers. That said, I’ve received some pointed hints/requests at potential “extracurriculars” for a particular session and it’s generally my first red flag to turn down a proposal.'

Why do you think you like modeling? 
'Because no two photographers see you the same way. It’s hard to explain, but it’s so exciting seeing how they see you. It’s like that whole “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” bit but in tangible form..'

Be sure to check out the next part of Kince's story when he slips out of his clothes, and slips into bed.  He also shares his thoughts and experiences modeling nude, and his work with Studio1x.  Check it out on the NEXT PAGE HERE: