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I loved this set. Jeff is beautiful, sexy and adorable!

Waiting to see this lovely girls video/movie, with Rylsky's awesome camera work :-).

This has turned into a blog... I'm sure J would appreciate it...
Time to turn the comments off!

When you propose something for all of ppl - start to follow this rule by yourself.


  • Alex
  • 10 months ago:

I am wondering, if this fantastic model can be photographed by Goncharov??? He doesn't use editing, and models on his photos look alive and natural.
I don't mean to hurt honorable Mr. Rylsky by saying that, but I would like to watch this model as an alive girl, not as a Mr. Rylsky "wax doll"


you didn't hurt me, you just let me know your way of thinking and your knowledge about your relationships with the girls.
BTW, please let us see links to photos where skin texture was lost and over-edited.

Answer please:

1. what if she agreed to pose only for Rylsky and the retouch is one of the reasons she agreed to pose nude here for you? Erotic photography is sometimes psychology, not a way of moneymaking.
2. why do you think many models pose only for 1 photographer? because photographer catch her in his house as in a jail?
3. models are not whores, right? only whore could do everything if ANYBODY paid her, right?
4. Did you download fullres photos or mid and low only? use only hi-res to judge on retouch. All lower sizes are made automatically and ALWAYS reduce quality and TEXTURES.

Think about it every time when you see model who working only for 1 photographer.

Thank you in advance.

Jeff is an angel! Didn't care for the last half of this set.

  • Rich
  • 10 months ago:

Rylsky's art at it's best. You have portrayed the lovely Jeff Milton at her stunningly, arousing best. Her beauty is flawless, and you have captured her perfection as few others could. Thank you both for a perfect 10 set.

Jeff? Tell her to put on some clothes and go back to school. A few sit-ups wouldn't hurt either.

A girl doesn't have to look anorexic to be attractive. I think that J M is a very lovely young lady with a wonderful body, and I am very grateful that she took off her clothes for us!!

Hear hear, hunter!

Keep shopping, trilobite... I'm sure there are sets here that will please you better than this.

Ah Jeff, angelic and yet naughty at the same time. If I get to heaven, can I have one just like her?

I wasn't aware the girls had blog pages. So much to learn, so many choices in life! I'll check that out in my spare time, ha ha!

  • Neil
  • 10 months ago:

Jeff has a blog page on Rylskyart.com.

OK, thanks

With great our pleasure is came back soon (Jennifer?)
small bombshell of sex-appeal of the Rylsky firmament.

She says: 'I want .... show all of me :)'
And it does so with great malice and without inhibitions.
Seconded by a sly Rylsky.

Standing ovations

  • Doug
  • 10 months ago:

Nice window-light pics. They get me wishing the beautiful Jeff would show or suggest more of the emotional or expressive range I'm guessing she reads in stories. Once she starts "showing her pussy" she becomes too much a self-conscious baby-doll (can hardly blame her.) She's most interesting to me when she's serious and meditative.
Like say in 66. Or 69, a simple classic.
A personal word: you're of a generation that does not believe this, but your grown-out pubic hair would be a fascinating and highly erotic feature.* At least you leave a little bit of stubble so that we can get the idea your bush would be very cute :-)
108 -- a nice portrait seen upside down.
Keep thinkin', Jeff. Don't make the case for yourself Gertrude Stein made about Oakland, California, where she grew up: Despite Jack London Square, "There's no there there." :-)

*not all that unlike the hair on your head

Doug, I wholeheartedly with your thoughts about her growing out her pubic hair.
I think it would make her beautiful pussy even more beautiful.
Just the thoughts of a pubic hair lover. :)

  • Doug
  • 10 months ago:

There would definitely be a little more "there" to that part of her body if she had a nice little luxuriance there :-)
It's so interesting. And not impossibly obscuring :-)
As John Updike noted, more of her, not less :-)

And not just the trimmed little triangle in the front. It should be all the way down and around.

  • Doug
  • 10 months ago:

Absolutely. I'm sure Jeff will agree :-)
Not :-) But honey, you need to take advantage of and respect nature, and what it has given you. You'll get used to it -- especially when you find out how much some guys like it :-)

Funny, I'm just going through Kristel's and Rylsky's Lustroso, so I'm an authority on the sexiness of a bush -- even one that may not be fully grown out :-)

Doug, why not talk to her about your wishes on her blog page?
She will not answer here, but surely could in a "right place".

  • Doug
  • 10 months ago:

I may do that. Thanks, Rylsky :-)

Words that have never before in the history of Jeff's been arranged in a sentence, part 2:

Jeff has great tits.

Jeff's nails are very feminine.

Look at the ass on Jeff.


Ry, kilroy has posted today on another set, "three of the four sets today just didn't have much pizzaaz". He was being kind. Finding Jeff here was like finding a real diamond in a pile of costume jewelry. They others may be pretty but only Jeff was the real thing. Wow she is so young, and with you as her mentor who knows her limits. I hope we see a few movies of her. She poses beutfully, I can't wait to see her move.

what a stupid name...and she looks about 5 yrs older in the first set.

Same example about Russian word:
"Fuckal" (yes, sounds like this!) is a football club based in Voronezh - big city in central European part of Russia. just imagine that club will win Russian League and will visit Britain in UEFA Champions League - most watched TV Sport show in Europe...

  • Doug
  • 10 months ago:

It'll definitely have its 15 minutes of fame :-)

i will not discuss is it stupid or not to use "hammertime" as name, but you can easily call this model "J." (jay) - this will not disturb you so much, right?
if you want another example about how words sounds for different people - let me inform you that nobody in Russia laugh or call "stupid" the name of US President Mr. Obama. But in Russian "Barack" is a "cheap building used in Gulag for 100s of arrested people". NOBODY laugh about ANY names. It is the way Gentleman must accept any word from any language if he is not in stand-up comedy club.

Hi Rylsky, I wouldn't waste your time responding to comments like this. The vast majority of members really appreciate the fantastic photographs you take and the amazing, gorgeous, wonderful girls that pose for you. Please keep producing your superb work and you can be sure that it is hugely admired and valued.

thanks for compliments. I just want members to understand me better outside "looking at Rylsky's pictures" area. Some day I will not post on MetArt my thoughts and answers anymore or I will do it rarely, but anybody will see my point of view to many questions without asking. That's my main idea why I wrote so many comments on MetArt.
Very soon my main project will take all my time, you know what project I mean.

Thank you once again.

  • Doug
  • 10 months ago:

Shut up and shoot, Rylsky! :-)
Hey, I just hope that you can continue to keep exploring your art, and discovering wonderful things... :-)

Yep, (for MetArt) I will shut up.

  • Doug
  • 10 months ago:

I was saying that in case you were giving us your swan song. Please don't feel that we want you to shut up! :-)
Anyway, I guess I'm not shutting up yet, even though I probably should :-)
Too many reviews still to write :-)

  • Doug
  • 10 months ago:

...and btw, I really don't know what you have up your sleeve, but I hope it's good :-)

  • Doug
  • 10 months ago:

Intelligence is not a requirement for posting on this site :-)

But intelligence is required if you want people take your opinion to attention. Neil said "words are stones" - it is true, especially WRITTEN words.

  • Neil
  • 10 months ago:

I think the name Jeff is cute but you can call her anything you want. It is strange that the gentleman on Rylskyart have no problem with the name.

  • Neil
  • 10 months ago:

Jeff's first photoshoot was published on Rylsky Art. about two months ago. She is new to modelling but is learning quickly. A rose by any other name will smell as sweet. She chose her own name.

Maybe the other set is 5 years old:)

Jeff Milton is incredible, with a beautiful face, perfect skin, great figure, and lovely butt. This last is very important to old men.

I am an old man and concur that Jeff has a lovely butt. I am certain that her bubble butt is appreciated by viewers from all age groups.

Another geezer here concurring with both comments. ( :

  • Neil
  • 10 months ago:

Jeff Milton is just as beautiful, as sweet, as cute and as sexy as ever. It is always a wonderful treat to see her. A wonderful set.

I agree completely Neil. She's a little doll baby:)

  • Neil
  • 10 months ago:

Hi Browning, if you like Jeff or any other particular model, be sure to go to her profile page and click on her ADD FAVORITE . This tells MetArt that there is a member who wants to see more of her. It is more important than a high rating to keep her busy I think. Its like giving her a rating of 11 or 12.

Thanks Neil....and you too Rylsky:)

The rating system means nothing....too easily rigged and abused:(

As I told Rylsky earlier, I will not give any model less than a 9.....if she's not a 9 or 10 to me, I just don't vote for her at all.
I don't want to "down grade" a model that might be another members favorite.

Let us be correct in details. Ratings means nothing for both of us personally (you and I both glad to see some photos of our favs and to meet with model even without any voting system), but it is very important in general:

- for content managers of site,
- for models who interested to work on a site (it depends in first hand on a ratings of course)
- for photographers who wants to keep model working again and again if it is pure biz and no personal relationships based on non-commercial things and maybe feelings.

you will never see model here many times if 100s of "voters" gave her rank far lower than 9.00

Thanks Rylsky, I do understand what you are saying.

But....it's a shame that ratings can be skewed by members who give a "10" to their favorite, but vote a "1 or 2" for any model that is in competition with their favorite.

This is an example why this system doesn't work fairly;

As I write this comment Jeff Milton is #7. If a member likes Jeff Milton better than Flavia A (currently #6) or Lily C (currently #5) then they could give Jeff Milton a "10" but Flavia A and Lily C a "1" simply to help Jeff Milton move up in popularity.

The current system is too easy to manipulate.

It would be a fairer system if a models popularity was based upon how many "added as a favorite" votes they receive.
This way only positive votes would matter.

All I can do is manage my own project the way I want it taking attention to any details that I feel like useful. That's why (as example) we have 3 special contracts with at least 3 of our models and we will update them monthly based on both MA and RA ratings + hidden stats and friendly relationships. At the other hands - we never know when model will stop her career as erotic model. If we will have 9 of 10 top models who retired - what for the ratings then? And what to do if some models voted 200 times and some models voted 20000 times? and who are the joury? we know who is referee when we play pro-sport. If the fans of home team will take decisions - away team will always be down...

I think hall of fame is only way to present models forever and out of ratings and fan - clubs

many many things that can't be measured, but at least it is great that we discuss all that in public area.

many many thanks to all members who are constructive. we are working for you even if we are not your favs.

Have a great weekend to all

  • Doug
  • 10 months ago:

And then you have to ask yourself, who's worthy of the hall of fame :-?
Maybe there could be something like a weekly or so rotating featured group of models, with special appreciations of them, but no insulting or misleading rankings?
No grades, that is, because who decides what they are? We already know it's each and every individual member of this site only, and what he or she thinks of a model, of a picture, of a set.
That's all that matters. The question is, how do you serve that, and how do you call his or her attention to a model they may not know about, may not have appreciated?
As far as who is worth continuing to photograph, well, I guess that's best left up to the photographer and the model. And if no interest is shown in their work, or the vibes suggest they shouldn't bother, then maybe it's time for them to do something else. Ultimately it's MetArt's call as to whether to present a set. So MetArt has got to read the tea leaves. It's called editing.
And it's gotta be done with a kind of almost ineffable knowing. Of what's right and what isn't.

  • Doug
  • 10 months ago:

You would hope that comments, too, would be paid attention to, since I think they are more telling than just simply pushing a number.
'course it's a lot easier for management just to count numbers, but if they really want the truth they should read what people say (and don't say) and understand it.

Another way that would shed a more accurate light on who's considered hot or interesting would be to tally the number of saved downloads of her pics or sets -- and at what resolution. Where members, that is, are putting their money where their mouth is :-)

Doug and Rylsky... I have long thought that, if allowed, a way of tracking which pictures in which sets are clicked on the most often and for the longest times (and some sort of metric of which vids are most often downloaded & streamed) ~ would be a very revealing way of tracking which models and which sets really are the most popular.

One might indeed have a set of personal favorite models whom one ALWAYS gives 10s no matter how one really feels about their particular sets... and then give everyone else low votes, even when one likes their sets... but if one doesn't spend very much time on a set or does not click on very many of the pics or spend very much time looking at any of them, that is an indication that they don't really like the set very much, regardless of the subjective vote they assign it.

Of course, I am assuming that there would be legal issues for MA if they collected and used this kind of data.

From your interactions from the other side of MA from the members, Rylsky, what is your opinion of these suggestions?

Which pictures are clicked on is probably the worst guide to the popularity of a model. I clicked on one or two pictures of Jeff when she first appeared at Rylsky Art but by the time she appeared here I didn't need to look at any of the pictures to know I wanted to download the set.

The problem with any usage based statistics is that different people handle sets in different ways. I have masses of disk space because I collect sets as an interest and because I work for a model indexing site. It's important to me to have full sets. Others may just download their favourite pictures and ignore others either because their interests are narrow or they lack space.

A lot of Rylsky's sets might get a lower percentage of pictures viewed because some people are against having any clothed pictures. My view is that the best models look as good wrapped up for winter as they do fully nude.

People will find a way to manipulate any ratings system. If it's not people downgrading to aid their favourites, it could just as easily be trolls like the ones who made hate comments on Jeff's first MA set.

I'm sure the photographers and sites have some sense of which girls are popular, but comments may be the only way to get feedback on whether members agree. Although it's a fairly small group currently commenting I'm sure they help to confirm reasons why a girl will continue to be popular.

Good points, Doug. Thanks for your perspective.
And you're right about the comments being one of the most accurate ways of judging fan sentiment. If no members are inspired to write comments (or positive comments) then that does say something about a model, as does a surfeit of positive/glowing comments.

Geez! I meant, "Good points Davey," not Doug! Sorry to both of you!

  • Doug
  • 10 months ago:

Excellent points.
I think too that when people comment honestly from the heart they, without intending to, likely speak for a lot of people who don't write the letter to the editor, so to speak -- to the company president -- or post on MetArt :-) If I'm not mistaken corporations know this, and therefore do take such messages seriously.

Yes, I think that the "rule of thumb" in politics (I was a Poli Sci/History major) is that for every one letter to the editor, about 1,000 (or is it 10,000?) citizens' sentiment is represented... roughly.

  • Doug
  • 10 months ago:

IOW, read those comments and emails, MetArt!
I thinks they do -- but I also think that they are still tyrannized by those dumb numbers. A quick look at the current model ranking: you've got 7 tied with the same number, yet they are dutifully ranked 2 through 8. And I can tell you from some of the comments I've read that some seem way over-ranked to me.
But then I think there shouldn't be any official ranking published at all. It does a disservice not only to the models but to MetArt and its members. The only group I can imagine might benefit a bit from the ranked models page are people thinking of joining. I suppose that's the real reason it's there. But whether even they (and thus MetArt) are served by it is to me highly doubtful. Apparently MetArt believes it is, though.
There's got to be a better way to show off your wares :-)

  • Doug
  • 10 months ago:

Well, I'm not gonna presume to speak for Rylsky, but I would say simplify simplify simplify -- but without being simplistic, which seems to be what we have now.
IOW, keep your eye on the prize -- what it is you really want to know, and really want to do. That will begin to sort out what serves your purposes, and what does not.

Correct, Neil.

  • Neil
  • 10 months ago:

The word for the day: Nubile. Young female old enough to marry. Young female with youthfulness and sexual attractiveness.

I love the way the set opens up! The very cute Jeff, innocently sipping on some tea by the window in just an open shirt. What could be more erotic than this? I also like the contrast of the second half, plain white background, nothing but Jeff. Between the two, a super variety of poses, including full frontals. Definitely the best set of the day. Thank you Rylsky and Jeff.

This girl is absolutely breathtaking, the face of an angel, tight sexy teen body, beautiful bottom, just perfect

A very pretty girl. I love the plane background shots; no distractions.

J. Milton's blog:

Could anyone be cuter than this lovely child/woman? I suppose it my be possible but you would have to show me. I try very hard to not use the words "the" and "best" together about any model because it is always subjective and just a matter of opinion but I will say that Jeff drives me crazy. The sweet innocent face combined with that fabulous body is for me as close to perfection as you can get. One of the things that really impresses me is the ease and maturity with which she poses. She appears to be totally comfortable even in the most revealing poses. I love this girl and I have no doubt that I am not in the minority.

The first half of this set is awesome! the setting, the lighting, the awesome mix of closeups and wide angle and of course the model. It had a comfortable naturalness to it. This is the type of environment that I like especially for Jeff. The second half was definitely a step down. Not only was it to harsh and bland but the white balance was not right and the skin tones were not good either. Please, Jeff should have beautiful things around her, A garden, a sumptuous room, a green and shady meadow. The stark white background sucks away much of her charm and seems cold and uninviting.

Yes, we also think about living in California, maybe we will create donation page somewhere in the WWW to buy some cottage. Russia is much colder.

I imagine an ambiance that, in addition to Jeff, has just colored lights and an armchair

I have best revised the second part of this set.
In response to hipshot131 I proposed the colored lights and an armchair.
Rylsky has removed lights and armchair.
Much better that way.
Newton says, 'simplicity is divine'

Almost exactly like the second part of this set that, I think, even better than the first

You would find it less appealing in real life. It is hot and dry unless you live near the ocean and has very bad traffic. I was raised in California and choose to move away when I was in my twenties. I go back now to visit family but I can hardly recognize where I used to live. Today is is 27C in my old home town. I the summer it is common for it to be 42C and no rain for 2 to 3 months.

The Russians in Santa Barbara, the Americans in St. Petersburg.
Bring me when you go there.

In Russia's European part we had above 20C average only 4 months this year. Coldest year in this century. What? Somebody call it Global Warming?

  • Doug
  • 10 months ago:

Russia is suffering global cooling :-)
They need more cars!
Come on out to the Bay Area, Rylsky. Bring plenty of money, too, if you want to buy a cottage. Even those are astronomical around here! :-)

A sI said, if members will ask for more and more outdorrs but the weather will stays as was in 2013 in Russia - I will open Donate Page on the Web and we'll buy cottage for supporters money.

  • Doug
  • 10 months ago:

You definitely could use a second base of operations in a warmer place. A wintering spot, where you could go outside and enjoy some winter sun. Keep workin' hard, Rylsky -- it might happen! :-)

  • Doug
  • 10 months ago:

Or someplace south of the equator, where winter would be summer.
Warm all year long. Great for outdoor shoots! :-)

yes, great advices. just let me say that site with content from these location will never be with 200+ models and will never be with single photographer and will never be cheap for membership

  • Doug
  • 10 months ago:

We're spoiled and don't even know it :-)

Everything in the bay area is expensive not to mention it sits atop an earthquake fault! It is a nice place to visit but I would not want to live there.

  • Doug
  • 10 months ago:

Those faults make for great landscapes, though :-)
Just batten down the hatches, and hold on to your seat! :-)

And prey the house doesn't slide into the bay!

  • Doug
  • 10 months ago:

It's a bummer when the ground gives way below your feet! :-(

  • rj42
  • 10 months ago:

Dazzling, delightful, divine, delicious!

It's great to see the lovely Jeff back here again, she is a cute as can be.

There is a definite contrast between the first half of the set and the second. I personally prefer the first half where Jeff is set against an 'indoor' setting. The white background is a little plain for me. Great set of pictures regardless Ry.

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