Since when was Lucy allowed to be this exceedingly, unbearably cute?
The male and female leaders of the same country, old rivals, each other being the only characters they can support with beside Robin and Morgan, they’re the most obvious couple in the game yet they’re also one of the few you can’t actually make happen.
WARNING: IF YOU ARE REPULSED BY MONSTER GIRLS/KEMONOMIMI/FURRIES, TURN BACK NOW.
I had a great idea while looking up some Pokemon on Rule 34. We’re familiar with the idea of Monster Girl Quest, right? You’re a human who fights humanized female monsters of all varieties (and throws those fights so you can get raped by them).
Well, what if fans came together to make a game like that, but with Pokemon instead of generic monsters? We could combine mechanics and music from the two series, get some hentai artists to draw the CGs, and people could pitch their own scripts for the sex scenes and everyone could decide what to go with. Imagine if you would a game where you could have sex with THESE:
I’m serious here, if this sounds like a good idea to enough people, then we’ve all got to talk together and make it happen.
So I’ve been reading the Tenjou Tenge manga after watching the anime, and sweet jesus, I got to see Mana naked to a nearly-hentai degree. I was so honored that I broke out my mad MS Paint skills and made this collage/wallpaper of her scenes, with some clothed scenes to fill in gaps. Full size version available here: http://fc00.deviantart.net/fs71/f/2013/226/1/b/___by_megamean09-d6i2hgx.jpg
Many people are quick to bash the internet, envisioning a world of hashtags, likes, and teenage girls Instagramming their dinner. However, I feel the internet as whole is being unfairly judged for the minority, and I would like you to consider how various websites contribute to society and culture.
First off, let’s consider Youtube.
The website synonymous with video sharing. A website filled with cat videos, teens getting injured failing stunts, and some of the stupidest commenters on the internet. Those points are completely correct. However, through video sharing, we’ve enabled many a comedian and musician to start their career, such as the sketch troupes Smosh and CollegeHumor, who have grown big enough to have their own websites and even merchandise chains, and even infamous pop star Justin Bieber, who was discovered after a record executive saw him singing on Youtube.
There are also educational purposes it can be used for, I’ve seen entire documentaries, information uploaded by college professors, video guides to repairs, and even brief geography lessons uploaded.
Now, let’s look at the website known as Deviantart.
This website, if you haven’t heard of it before, is a platform for people to post their artwork, which people can comment and critique. They can even sell prints if they so wish. I know what you’re thinking: “fan art and porn is probably most of it.” And while it’s true that a large portion of what’s uploaded is fan art, even a connoisseur would agree that there have been some high-class pieces, of all types of visual art, made by the users. The following images, for example, are just a few of the most popular uploads, that I feel showcase their creative ability.
hades and persephone 2 http://sandara.deviantart.com/art/hades-and-persephone-2-210920648
House 333 Perspective Sketch http://built4ever.deviantart.com/art/House333-Perspective-Sketch-293032306