Sinful Sunday Weekly Round-up Competition Results
9th May 2013
What a talented bunch of sexy bloggers you all are. The entries to this competition where, quite frankly, all exceptional and judging them on Monday night really was a tough job with each of the judges coming to the table with their favourites. I don’t think we have ever had such varied winners lists before, which certainly led to some interesting discussions and debate before we finally came up with our top 6. To be honest, we actually ended up with a top 8 fairly easily but then removing 2 from that list was quite a challenge but we got there in the end and so our top 6, in reverse order, are;
6th Place – A Penny For Your Dirty Thoughts
Penny posted a whole series of images for her movie title ‘Sin City’ and they were all spectacular, especially when you read the notes and she took them all herself. We loved the way she had tried to keep with the comic book feel of the movie but it the lighting, the look on her face and glimmer of nipple in the image on the right that the judges all agreed was THE shot on this entry and that snagged Penny 6th place.
Sometimes simplicity is all it takes and Roses entry for the movie Chocolat demonstrates that perfectly. Yes it is a simple idea but it has been executed perfectly. The temptation to smear chocolate everywhere would I think have been great but actually the placement of the hand print works much better in conveying an erotic suggestion. We spent rather a long time discussing how Rose had done this, are they her hand prints, in which case she must have crossed her arms to achieve the boob ones or did she have someone apply them for her? Both are equally delicious thoughts.
All the judges agreed that this image really was a brilliantly sexing up of the movie title ‘The Lord of the Ring’ The lighting adds a subtle glint to one side of the rings, emphasising them within the picture and the black and white really brings out the detail of this perfectly focused shot.
Again, another entry that all the judges had on their final list and we all agreed that this image is just supremely sexy. I mean, oh my that bottom; encased in those very flattering tight red ‘smutty’ shorts and the bike seat pressed firmly but suggestively into it really give a whole new and sexy slant to the movie title ‘Easy Rider’.
I think this one speaks for itself to be honest, it is sensual, sexy and subtly suggestive. The movie title ‘The Pianist’ has been taken and twisted into something beautifully human. The drawing on the body has been done with detailed precision and must of really take some time to get just right and the shot has been taken from such an angle that the full of effect of the keyboard, the curve of the body and the placement of the hand in the centre of the image have all been captured perfectly.
The movie ‘Working Girl’ is certainly not about this type of working girl. This beautifully simple and yet highly suggestive image was on all the judges final list and so when it came to picking the image that we felt should get the top spot this one was the one that agreed upon immediately as our favourite. The black and white editing seems to emphasis a classy feel to this particular working girl and the delicate lace design, the placement of the money and the absence of anything other that a flash of thigh make a truly sexy shot.
If you are featured on the list above then you will need to email me; [email protected] to let me know where to send your prize and so I can send you your winners badge to display on your blog if you so wish.
Please please do click on the links and go and see them all, they really are an outstanding collection as is the full list of entries that you can find on Sinful Sunday
And finally a big thank you to my guest judges, Domsigns the wonderful Kerry Stott and the calming influence that is Mr Stott, who gave up their time to look through all the amazing posts (I know, it’s a tough job but someone has to do it) and then gave up even more of their time to sit around and discuss them all so that we could come up with a list that we felt confidently reflected what we believed to be the best of the best.