There may be, somewhere, somebody who doesn’t find Jenya D. at all attractive. I don’t think it’s highly likely, but I recognize the possibility. Should such a person exist, while I understand that differences in taste and aesthetic preferences are entirely individual and personal, I extend my deepest sympathies.
To her legions of admirers, Jenya D. is nothing less than a legendary beauty. Highly prolific — as I write, she has 110 pictorials and films in her MetArt portfolio — and exceptionally talented, Jenya’s bombshell beauty and multidimensional on-camera personality place her in the erotic modeling elite.
In “Cover” Jenya has a fine showcase. The set has, shall we say, certain “issues,” but one of these are due to any weakness or failing of the model. On the whole, this is a very beautifully designed and executed set. Lens-master Leonardo gets nearly everything right with his lighting and set decoration, a study in bright white. He does, however, get a bit carried away with diffusion added at the image editing stage and some absolutely beautiful images are compromised by the heavy-handed application of digital Vaseline — see shots #004, #050, and #069.
Delete the over-manipulated photos and you’re left with a more than ample collection of superior erotic artistry. “Cover” also provides Jenya with the opportunity to express a wide range of moods and emotions. The prevailing sentiment here is steamy, sultry sexuality. When this model turns up the heat one can’t help but feel it — Jenya projects smoldering desire with an ease that (I hope!) implies that it’s her default state, on the photo set and off.
But, adding to the richness and rewards of “Cover,” Jenya D. also has a spontaneous, carefree, even zany side that is on prominent display in the group of images beginning with #077 through #085. The smiling and clowning around in those pictures is as engaging as her sexiest super-vixen poses. I hope you will forgive me when I say that Jenya D. is a impressively well-rounded model.