End Day

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Should I warn you about this story’s content? Should I tell you to prepare yourself for… Nah. You’re on your own. : D I should really update my categories, so that at least there’s some kind of notion as to what the reader should expect. Until then, you’re on your own. BIG TOOTHY SMILE FAR TOO HAPPY FAR TOO CLOSE.

Also, the story is not complete. I’m in the middle of writing it, and you might even catch me writing if you look at the right time. Beware. This is not a gentle story.

End-Day

[Completed story, 3968 words, ten pages of some NSFW, non-gentle material. Mostly gentle, though. Read at your own risk.]

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  1. Gorgeous illustration. It’s inspiring to see how far you’ve developed with a little practice. You must be a genius at this, to be so inclined and so amply receive the rewards for exercise. If people developed their bodies as quickly with exercise as you’ve come along in your art, everyone would be doing it. And you just never know what you’re going to get with one of your pictures: sometimes it’s a tiny man overwhelmed by some mere aspect of a giant woman, being pinned down, lapped up, or trapped in a grip. Here we’ve got a naked little man sitting on the bare shoulder of a giantess, turning her regal, angular face to regard him. Is he her confidante? Is he living on borrowed time? This could go anywhere…

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    1. Thank you very much! I can’t tell what I am, only how I feel when I draw, which is absolutely absorbed and relaxed. You’re nearly literally right about not knowing what “I’m” going to get with one of my pictures because they are, for the most past, unplanned. Sometimes I do look for specific reference material to help me illustrate a story, and that was the case with End Day. Thank you again for your wonderful support and encouragement!

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