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Jolene - The Making of the Viking Warrior

June 10, 2014
14 comments
Seductive Viking

Transformed before your eyes.

This film is going to surprise you, it’s almost hypnotising. As the artist’s brush glides across the surface of Jolene’s skin, you’ll be left speechless as mysterious ancient symbols begin to take shape.

Her body is the canvass. And she is a work of erotic art. Somehow our artist manages to turn an incredibly beautiful thing into something even more magnificent.

Shot with a mixture of soft colours and stunning black and white footage, Jolene is transformed into a seductive Viking warrior.

  • Runtime: 12:29 Minutes
  • Format:
    • Full HD 1080p (782.2 MB)
    • Large 720p (670.9 MB)
    • Medium 576p (325.9 MB)

Members' Comments

I agree with Wheeler. SoooBoring is out voted. Seems he is the only one that feels that way. Jolene is a very sexy healthy looking beauty. I was glad to see all those tats were not permanent. I think Jolene needs a nice long massage from Engelie. But then again what the hell do I know. Very nice Thank You
Stunning !
This is sooooo erotic !!!
Exceptional
For my money one of the most exciting new models to appear on the site... the picture set and accompanying video are an enticing teaser to what I hope will be a long and prodigious appearance from Jolene on Hegre Art... she is stunning, simply stunning More, more, more, please, please, please!
Mesmerizingly Beautiful Jolene
Has there ever been such a canvas!! Stunningly beautiful young woman ~ truly a work of art. Good musical selection but then most of Petter's film seem to be accompanied by music which adds to the film work. Well done all around ~ and kudos to the artist as well!
RE: SOOO boring
I think you're out voted, sir! don't worry! you'll get used to it! lol
Making of
This video is very nice and gives us an idea of the atmosphere during a photosession. Very intimate and nicely done. Jolene has a nice attitude and a perfect body. Hope to see more of this.
A work of real professionals
Interesting, instructive and relaxing. The choice of the music (Chopin, Satie…) is excellent, too. Doing this kind of body painting in front of the camera is certainly difficult but the job is well done. Fortunately, it was’nt tattooing! A very good film, indeed.
Jolene - The Making of the Viking Warrior
the model: I think one of the best Hegre models !! the film: one of the best Hegre films !! Congratulation! I hope there will be a lot of galleries, films and massages with Jolene !
RE: 'Making of' gives greater appreciation of photo shoot
Jolene is right, its awesome. I liked those images a lot and i like this film, because it really enhances everything about it, makes that shoot complete. The process of creating that art on her body is as important as the result. Doing a movie about that was the right choice. Nice usage of black & white too, good to hear Jolene and the artist speak. Great work all of you. Thank you very much. Don't stop here, do more of those new and refreshing experiments and more of fusions of stills and films like this time, and maybe release them together in the future.
Thanks you
My thanks for sharing the birth of the images on this amazing model. Your use of black and white truly enhanced the effect and indeed the images. Wonderfully done. Great choice in music as well.
'Making of' gives greater appreciation of photo shoot
I was not a big fan of the gallery. But the film provides wonderful and erotic context showing creation of her body art. I envy this guy's assignment. But it's obvious it was far more work for both the model and artist than what the finished product might show. Nice job, Petter.
Making of Viking Warrior
Did I take up the wrong profession?. Should I have been a painter or photographer?. Films like this, and so many others at Hegré-Art, do make me wonder. Nevertheless, I can appreciate the results of others' talents in those activities.
SOOOOO boring, dont do a video like that anymore!
would love to have that guy's job! lovely to hear this lady speak! hope to see (and hear) much more of her (with and without the paint, if possible)!