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im thinking about making a vore story where aayla secura from starwars gets eaten alive headfirst, with her kicking and screaming as shes gulped down. shes the blue jedi in starwars with her belly showing let me know what you guys think :D
Hello, and let me be the first to welcome you to dAs first (I believe) Aayla Secura fan club! If you can't already tell, I totally jacked everything from my other club Barriss-Fan-Club

Aayla Secura is a Twi'lek Jedi Knight, and an amazing one at that. She fell as a victim to Order 66, but she is my personal favourite Jedi.

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Updates from Soapy-Hitachiin
    :new: Hi hi and welcome to the OFFICIAL Aayla Secura Fan Club! I LOVE Aayla Secura. If I could be a Jedi Padawan, I'd be her Padawan~ She's my favourite, and hopefully, you all like her to! I mean, you should if you're joining the club~ Don't hesitate to join, I'm super nice~! <3
So, Aayla is finished, as those of you who follow me would have seen from my gallery :)
Aayla Secura 1 by Bria-Silivren
Aayla was a big success at Armageddon, and I got painted up again last week for another local troop.

While I couldn't be happier with the costume, I'm uncertain of the paint I'm using. It photographs far too dark under fluorescent lighting as you can sort of see here :
Armageddon - Staying At His Post by Flynn-the-cat
and here:…
It definitely needs to be lighter (Yes, the same paint was used in all the photos above).

I've since stumbled upon a different brand of body paint which was recommended by a bodypainter. It has a lighter shade of blue available, and I am currently typing with a light blue forearm. It's a very nice blue and it'll be a good lighter alternative to the 'sky blue' snazaroo paint that I was using previously and I'll definitely stick with this one. I'm not looking forward to repainting the lekku :/
  • Mood: Joy
Currently: :hungry:
Currently Listening To: "We Belong Together" by Mariah Carey (not by choice... damn MTV... :X )

Have you joined what I have dubbed the Aaylalution yet?

Aayla Secura. If you think she got shafted in Ep. III gimme a hell yeah. Yep, it's soapbox time. She's got more backstory than any of the other minor Jedi characters, more charisma than any of the major characters put together, and what happens to her? Yeah, exactly.

I can't remember being this fired up about a character since... well, since Blink.

Yeah, that Blink. A.K.A. Clarice Ferguson, the cute lavender-hued teleporting mutant who was VERY minor during the ol' Phalanx Covenant series, then she made her return in the Age of Apocalypse series and fans immediately just took to her, wanting to see more of her in a bad way. And the love for her grew up until Marvel Comics relented, giving her a mini-series, and then giving her a leading role in the comic Exiles. Now Blink is back and I'm happy. At least for the most part.

But on the subject of Aayla... well, hopefully this rumor that she'll return in the Star Wars TV series isn't just a rumor and is reality. Aayla's way too good a character to just shoot in the back and such. She deserves better than that.

So have you joined the Aaylalution yet?
Click the link for the tutorial.  :)…
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  • Mood: Yearning
  • Listening to: 30 Seconds to Mars - From Yesterday
  • Reading: Star Wars: The Old Republic - Webcomic.
  • Watching: Britains Got Talent
  • Playing: GTA: San Andreas.
  • Eating: Full English.
  • Drinking: Strawberry Smoothie.
I drew Aayla Secura traditionally, from Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Which, I can not wait for season 2 to come out. Desperate to watch it.
Overall, I'm really pleased with how she came out, and here's the video link:…

Hoping to get my FMP stuff on here soon, although it's a lot of work, and its taking a lot of time - time I dont really have. Cant wait to start work, and buy everything I'm wanting. I have plans to attend Kendo and Ninjistu with a friend soon as well. And I see Clare in late May, which is ze best!

Anyways, hoping to draw another Star Wars related piece again soon.
I've been wondering, would Shaak Ti and Aayla Secura make a good couple? It has always been a fantasy of mine and I've wanted to ask all of you if you could imagine the same thing. If a lot of people think that they would be a good couple, I'll write more stories about them being together.
I've been wondering, would Shaak Ti and Aayla Secura make a good couple? It has always been a fantasy of mine and I've wanted to ask all of you if you could imagine the same thing. If a lot of people think that they would be a good couple, I'll write more stories about them being together.
Aayla was born on the Twi'lek home planet of Ryloth. She was discovered by a padawan named Quinlan Vos, who sensed she was in danger while he was there on a mission. He persuaded his teacher, Master Tholme, to have her tested on Coruscant. She passed and was trained as a Jedi by both Master Tholme and later, Master Quinlan.

Aaayla Secura was created by John Ostrander and artist Jan Duursema and first appeared in comics in Star Wars 19 (2000).

She became highly proficient with a lightsaber, studying both Jar'Kai and Ataru styles. Secura and Quinlan Vos had many adventures together; rescuing a princess from Skyboat Pirates, facing Terbests on Ogden Minor and solving the Mystery of the

Today, you are challenged to draw Aayla Secura for about 30 minutes!

The deadline for this challenge is Wednesday, May 28, 2014 at 2pm ET (U.S.)!

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Each topic is open roughly 36 hours, weekend challenges are open about 60 hours!

Entries: The goal of the DSC is to make you pick up your pencil EVERY day!
Quality/Time are NOT the goals. If you only have time to draw a stick figure that's acceptable and encouraged!  
We encourage experimentation and creativity most of all!

Have fun!