If you have no clue what i'm chattering about, check [link] .
The pose is inspired by a poster of D&G beachwear (LOL yeah, i know). I used it as one of the reference photos.
I can tell you that the famale body belongs to Gisele Bündchen, but i have no idea who the male in the poster was. I modified him a lot, so it doesn't really matter.
Why would anyone draw anything like that? Well i dunno, i thought it was a hot idea. You need to be a nutsack like me to think like that...
Coloured pencils & ink, A3 paper
p.s: Hope it's clear to everybody that drawing nazis does NOT make me one. This image shows no signs of antiseminism, it does not reflect any nazi ideology.
The last thing i need is to argue about that, so please, dont' be retarded.
has written a splendid essay on this drawing, referring to the feminist ideology in relation to the Nazi party and suggesting some explanations about what lies behind the details of this drawing. It might just surprise you.
Whole essay: [link]
I think Hitler gave the SS full permission to "play" actually XD
Not to bore you, but if I remember correctly then SS men of suitable genealogy were allowed to engage in whatever forms of entertainment they wished with the opposite gender, since Himmler wanted a lot of Aryan children to be sired and raised as proper little Nazis.