|Oh man. I love this one.|
It's a fairly simple story, but extremely fuckin' cute. There's really only one dramatic moment in there, I am a fan.
No incest tag. He's her 'onii-chan', and Uglicus figures they're related, but there's nothing definitive.
Now, the newest tags, I guess one could freak some people out. Maybe. It's not so big a deal as I make it out to be, because I think it's just awesome, but she's talking on the phone to her mom for a few pages. Oh man, I don't even think that's supposed to be sexy, but I don't care. ♥ I'm so tagging that, heads up for spoilers (and stupid, misleading tags).
My reaction is far more disturbing, if anything, and I apologize. I am exaggerating it a wee bit...
Edit: Startling 'Piercing With My Sister' update, courtesy Daremo! Daremo said... 'The optic nerve thing is an urban legend in Japan. Supposedly, a girl was piercing her ear by herself(presumably the top part) and somehow managed to nail herself in the side of the head pretty good. A little while late, she notices a thread like thing on the side of her head, and yanks on it, and goes blind. It was her optic nerve. You have to ignore quite a bit about anatomy to believe that one.'
Golly, that's a weird one. And rather implausible. I do hope she's feeling better...
I will have to update that file tomorrow, it is so fucking late right now... I love you, Daremo.
Fuck it's hot, I could really go for some ice cream myself...
'Ver.B' after the jump. You can skip down to the pic, all the rest is paranoia and embarrassing family stories.
|Hi I'm Paddington Zell, the padding cell.||I am well aware of the horrors of the phrase, 'I think it looks good.'|
Are you familiar with my family (better not be)? The living room furniture constructed of other, older pieces of furniture? The clothes that women half their size would have the sense to not wear? The facial hair? Sometimes guilty of that one myself, but I know how it looks. I've seen old cars spruced up with a fresh coat of house paint.
Electronics fair no better. All their wallpapers are 'stretched to fit'. I explain their monitor's 'native resolution', and the next time I'm out there it's back as it was. Four-fifths of the HDTVs I've seen, outside of electronics stores, were displaying analogue cable stretched to fit.
I respect the originals, I really do.
But where are they? Are they the messy (not too bad, in this case) .jpgs I started with? The uncompressed scans, or the printed pages? They could be the original drawings, or the artist's original concepts (I don't want suggest the artist's skill as a limiting factor, because she (?) did spiffy... as I understand it a proper artist can never be satisfied with their stuff).
Is your display flawless? Any glasses/contacts/corneas free of dirt, smudge, scratches? Are you devoting the proper attention and time to take it all in? You sure your brain processing the images correctly?
I don't mean to bitch about all this stuff, and if some of it sounds critical I swear it's not. Just wanna emphasize that while I know jack-shit about image manipulation I'm not being thoughtless here, and am kinda obsessive/crazy.
I did this. I do believe, overall, I've done more good than harm.
Other hand, I've spent so much time with these pics I've grown used to any remaining problems, and just plain don't see much difference anymore.
Profound apologies to Daibokki Hana, for the editing, and to all artists for this blog in general. And to anyone who read that up there. And to Hana again for the questions about gender. ('Hana's a girl's name, right? This is her, yes?)
That colour image too, by the way, pretty heavily edited. I'm very nervous about the, uh, cleft... And that cat's smile? I drew all that. It's her panties with lines drawn on 'em. I had a reference, of course. TinEye's fucking awesome, by the way.
What a dumb post. Keepin' it consistent.
Feel free to being the hate in the comments, yeah.