I have been in close contact with none other than Mr. Louder these past few weeks on Discord. Which reminds me: I have been told that on these recent posts of mine, that comments are disabled. I love to hear from fans, and I can be contacted on Discord quite easily! I am areg5 #9429. Of course, I can also be contacted through Changing Comics! Just fill out the Contact the Boss form at the bottom of the home page and I'll get right back to you, usually the very same day!
Anyway, there is good news for Louder fans, and I know there are a lot of them: he has written a few sketches and outlines, and it looks like there will be another collaboration with the Master of Chaos at some point in the future. When? Who can say. But it is definitely going to happen!
All parts of Poolside have videop versions that can be found in the video library at Changing Comics!
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And now, the original description.
It is with great pleasure that I present my adaptation of Poolside by Louder. Mr. Louder is one of the greatest age regression authors of www.ararchive.com/. I first read his stories in the late 1990’s, and he has been the inspiration for just about everything I have done since. I started writing AR stories because of him. I even had the privilege to work with him in the past. We did the first Continuous Story, listed in the previous archive where we alternated chapters. It’s sadly long lost now, but it was truly a pleasure to work with him. I encourage anyone interested in age regression to read his works which can be found here:
This is the first of a 5 chapter story and contains female age regression. The downloaded version contains a brief animation.
For those using mobile devices, try: www.mediafire.com/view/xdlnuk8…. Animation runs well on Vimeo.
So now, my old friend, we collaborate once more…
On your outstanding artwork, you said you do some of it in Daz3D and now IRay, and some in Photoshop. Is there any place where you've mentioned how you do which part? The results make for pretty girls and page "turning" stories.
I don't know how old "Became A Patron" is. I was hoping you'd managed to upgrade to Iray like you wanted by now. Whichever program you use, the results are excellent, and enjoyable to look at, even more than once. Thank you for all the hard work!
Mr. Louder has a bunch of stories posted on the ararchive.com. Always one of my favorite authors, which is why I did the story. I added a little content here and there, and came up with an ending, but I credit the story to him.
Glad you like the guest cameos! People don't usually notice that.