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Chibi Charro Color by Anonymous--Friend Chibi Charro Color :iconanonymous--friend:Anonymous--Friend 16 14 Chibi Charro WIP by Anonymous--Friend Chibi Charro WIP :iconanonymous--friend:Anonymous--Friend 10 0 In the Box by Termernater
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In the Box :icontermernater:Termernater 61 7
contortion by zhouke2019
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contortion :iconzhouke2019:zhouke2019 18 2
Beathe.2019 by MichaelFusselbirne
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Beathe.2019 :iconmichaelfusselbirne:MichaelFusselbirne 12 4
Holy Cutie! by Anonymous--Friend Holy Cutie! :iconanonymous--friend:Anonymous--Friend 31 32
Literature
Double Trouble 7 Chapter 7 part 3
Double Trouble 7
The Seventh Excursion
Chapter Seven
Part 3 of 3
By Curious4ever
Inspired by illustrations by Yuni, Donpretzel, Barry Blair and Atlasfield
"Good, the fireworks are still there," Lucien said as he peered into the golden pouch. "It should be dark enough for them to be seen."
"Fireworks? I am unfamiliar with that word."
"That's because they don't exist on this world," Lucien explained. "My mother loves to acquire unique items from the various worlds that she's traveled to and this is one of the items that I grabbed from her treasure trove."
He pulled out a small device and then he placed the open pouch on the ground.
"This is a remote control that will set off the fireworks," he said.
"I do not see how this small object will drive away the Truggles."
"It won't, but what happens afterwards should do the job. If they are as dumb and superstitious as you told me then it should be a piece of cake. The only trouble is that they all have to be outside when it happens. If any of
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Literature
Double Trouble 7 Chapter 7 pt 2
Double Trouble 7
The Seventh Excursion
Chapter Seven
Part 2 of 3
By Curious4ever
Inspired by illustrations by Yuni, Donpretzel, Barry Blair and Atlasfield
Once we were done laying eggs we started our ritual of sitting on them until they hatched. Several more weeks passed and the eggs hatched and just like before the chicks began to age at a rapid rate until they were ready to fly from the nest.
This cycle of egg laying and hatching repeated itself many times, so many that I quickly lost track of the hundreds of eggs that I had laid. In all that time I had completely forgotten about my former life and about the two deerlings. Just like my sister, the only memories that I had were bird ones. We both fondly remembered the day that we were hatched from our eggs. Our next happy memory was of the day that we took our first flight from our nest. That very same day we found and ate our first pair of grubs.
Since I was no longer fighting the forest it no longer felt a need to compel us to do th
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Literature
Double Trouble 7 Chapter 7 pt 1
Double Trouble 7
The Seventh Excursion
Chapter Seven
Part 1 of 3
By Curious4ever
Inspired by illustrations by Yuni, Donpretzel, Barry Blair and Atlasfield
It had been many months since we left the cave of the lizard wizard and we continued to follow Lucien as he traveled from one realm to another. Several times we would ask him where he was going but his only answer was that it wasn't about where he was going but who he was looking for.
We hadn't encountered a village of any type in over a month. We couldn't remember the last time we had seen an elf and we still hadn't found a fairy village. My twin and I were still very young fairies and so we had no memory of what our village looked like. The sun was beginning to set and Lucien came to a stop a short distance from a very large and foreboding forest.
"This looks like a good enough place to rest for the night," Lucien said as he sat down in a small field of clover.
"Fairy babies not likey-like big trees," I said as I stared at the nigh
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.:Smexy Dance:. by Ayuukuro .:Smexy Dance:. :iconayuukuro:Ayuukuro 457 98 The Rubber Dragon color by Anonymous--Friend The Rubber Dragon color :iconanonymous--friend:Anonymous--Friend 112 44 Chibi Pierrot by Anonymous--Friend Chibi Pierrot :iconanonymous--friend:Anonymous--Friend 17 4 Chibi apache by Anonymous--Friend Chibi apache :iconanonymous--friend:Anonymous--Friend 13 4 From Russia With Love - color by Anonymous--Friend From Russia With Love - color :iconanonymous--friend:Anonymous--Friend 61 24 Elfpunk by FyraNuanser Elfpunk :iconfyranuanser:FyraNuanser 75 32 Our Boy by robo-whiskers
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Our Boy :iconrobo-whiskers:robo-whiskers 77 16

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Proper Exposure

It's great to bend but it's equally important to know how to
actually take the best photos of the bendies! Today's pro tip
will be about proper exposure.

Many modern cameras have a built-in control that lets you
quickly under- or overexpose a photo. This often looks like
a scale with a '0' in the middle and increments stretching
from '+1, +2' on the right and '-1, -2' on the left, the amount
of pieces you can add or remove.

For instance, if your bendy girlfriend is wearing a two piece
bikini, both pieces can be effectively removed just by
adjusting the setting to '-2'. Often, this may lead to
overexposure problem, so you might want to keep at least
something on her just to make the picture more interesting.

Familiarize yourself with using this scale on your camera and
take a series of photographs to see how they affect your
exposure. Using this scale is called 'bracketing' or 'fun
compensation' and it is an easy way to ensure you get lovely
photos even in high trafficked public areas.

🦄 yuni.us/proper-exposure

Milk and Bones by Yuni

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Erika's Initiation by Yuni

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Erika (Original Version) by Yuni

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Untitled by Yuni

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Have you ever bought a pizza with pieces of broken glass that you first have to take out before you can enjoy your meal? Because that's pretty much the model behind some video games nowadays.

There's a lot of video games that are well made and fun to play, you just run them any time to play alone or with friends and the gameplay is just great. Even if you lose, it's not a big deal, you just start over.

But there's another type of games that introduce some kind of day-by-day progressing, where you're supposed to evolve and save your progress to keep working on it tomorrow...

And these games can be also pretty fun to play if they're done well, they let you truly evolve enough to unlock more of the game's content. Oddly enough, only the really big titles let you actually do that, e.g. Skyrim, Final Fantasy XV, Fallout 4, Witcher 3, Destiny 2, all those games actually let you grow instead of just getting you stuck.

But there's another kind of games I've been playing recently that seem as if they're designed specifically to piss you off AFTER you give YOUR money to the developers!

Surprisingly, it seems to be specifically the plague of indie games and the very same old story kept repeating again and again with each of these titles I tried: Moonlighter, Crypt of the NecroDancer, Moon Hunters, Wargroove... I have a soft spot for pixel games but it seems their market is literally plagued by bad developers.

Why do I call them bad developers? Well, let's say, it's pure psychology but why do we actually keep playing games and what makes them so interesting? The short answer is ART. We want to see more of the pretty content: new characters, maps, new designs, themes, places, stories, etc.

So basically we want to enjoy the work of ARTISTS, meanwhile gamedevs are the evil guys who do everything to lock it away and make it incredibly difficult to see the new pretty things. To the point of making the whole experience no longer interesting and outward pissing you off at some point!

Imagine, you pay $50 to visit an art gallery in hope to enjoy the art, but all of a sudden they say you have to fight through the security guards just to see the paintings! That's just pure nonsense, but that's some of those video games in a nutshell...

As if it's not scam enough to take your money and introduce you to the shitty experience where you literally can't progress anymore after some point because the game is not "challenging" but simply overwhelming, the gamedevs go even further...

You know how you have 2 hours of gameplay to refund the game on Steam? They just make sure your first 2 hours are as easy and pleasant as possible, only once you lose the ability to refund, all the respect they pretended to have for you is suddenly flushed down the toilet.

And then you're on your own against the impossible missions, while beating them is required to progress and there's no way around. And every time you try and die, you keep wondering why the hell did you give your money to the guys who show their middle finger in return??

In the end, dunno about you but I'm really feeling weird when I pay for something and the thing just hates you. I feel kinda sorry for the artists who get involved with the games like Moonlighter and Wargroove that seem to have zero respect for their players. Of course that's just what I played myself, I'm pretty sure there are countless other titles...
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Summer Night City

"When the night comes with the action
I just know it's time to go
Can't resist the strange attraction
From that giant... dynamo" 🤣

Hey guys, how's it growing? Thought the internet servers
needed more images of Kyle from

Ugly Jewel by Yuni

Yes, that boy who wanted to be a demon girl when he
grows up... And now that he grew up, it's time to enjoy
the fruits of melon gardening!

Hope you like! ^-^

🦄 yuni.us/summer-night-city

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Rubber Dancer

Not sure what's the idea behind this other than Vince taking a glimpse of his behind XD

The inner machinations of his spine are an enigma 🤣

P.S. For the character created to be a "BELLY dancer" he sure spends a lot of time rebelling from his belly-waving duties >;3

🦄 yuni.us/rubber-dancer

Vincent Black by Yuni Rubber Dancer (WIP) by Yuni

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Rubber Dancer (WIP)

Not sure what's the idea behind this other than Vince taking a glimpse of his behind XD

The inner machinations of his spine are an enigma 🤣

P.S. For the character created to be a "BELLY dancer" he sure spends a lot of time rebelling from his belly-waving duties >;3

🦄 yuni.us/rubber-dancer-wip

Vincent Black by Yuni Rubber Dancer by Yuni

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Vincent Black

"Rub my rubber!" 🤣

Our new OC! Lewd emo boy with high heels and a belly fetish.

📌 Main fixation: male torsos/bellies, specifically his own, since he can remember. Also everything black. And rubber :3

🎓 Formal education: graduated the boys' school of oriental make-up and practical bellydancing in the caliphate of California, where he grew up.

🔬 Currently studying: the history of bondage fashion in Venice as an exchange student, also taking some hyperextension courses in the evening.

🚀 Future plans: to come up with a new form of dance, combining bellydancing, high heels and extreme flexibility.

🛌 Greatest friendNoah who hosts him in Italy and shares with him the bedroom 😘

Thanks to Kito for coming up with ideas of what he should look like! :3

🦄 yuni.us/vincent-black

Vincent Black (WIP) by Yuni Rubber Dancer by Yuni

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Vincent Black (WIP)

"Rub my rubber!" 🤣

Our new OC! Lewd emo boy with high heels and a belly fetish.

📌 Main fixation: male torsos/bellies, specifically his own, since he can remember. Also everything black. And rubber :3

🎓 Formal education: graduated the boys' school of oriental make-up and practical bellydancing in the caliphate of California, where he grew up.

🔬 Currently studying: the history of bondage fashion in Venice as an exchange student, also taking some hyperextension courses in the evening.

🚀 Future plans: to come up with a new form of dance, combining bellydancing, high heels and extreme flexibility.

🛌 Greatest friendNoah who hosts him in Italy and shares with him the bedroom 😘

Thanks to Kito for coming up with ideas of what he should look like! :3

🦄 yuni.us/vincent-black-wip

Vincent Black by Yuni Rubber Dancer by Yuni

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blastermath Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2019
Would you ever consider streaming art? I would love to see the process of you drawing this stuff. 
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Anzis Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2019  New Deviant Hobbyist General Artist
Impressive! Clap Heart 
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Yuni Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2019
Thanks! :D
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Carolamp Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2019  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi! I want you to know I love your art. I wonder, have you ever read Antonin Artaud's description of Heliogabalus? That's one of the images that comes to my mind when I see some of your works.
Congrats and please keep it up. :thumbsup:
Regards! :D
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Yuni Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2019
I've never heard of it and I failed to google that description. I guess it's something similar to Caligula.
But thanks anyway, I'm glad you enjoyed some of my works! :D
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