The Pin-Up ProblemWhen it comes to art, I'm of the notion that skill and technique take precedence over subject matter. If you can draw a bowl and practically replicate it like a damn photograph, you've got my respect, as opposed to say drawing disturbing pin-ups of ponies. To that end, regardless of what I'm drawing I try my hardest to present something with style and a professional approach to detail.
However this does nothing to dispel the stigma behind my Pin-Up work, but in all honestly it's not unjustified. For if one could go low brow in terms of art and rake in viewers by the hundreds, all one has to do is draw tits and asses. You don't have to be exceptionally skilled in anatomy, all you have to do is draw the T and the A absurdly huge, so you can hide all the areas you're not very good at drawing behind other pieces of flesh.
This is not me saying that drawing Pin-Ups is wrong in my eyes, more of the fact that FANS of Pin-up work make it all too easy. My old art teacher never submitted his wor