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In light of that post going around about how silence only benefits the oppressor I’ve decided I’m going to stop worrying about what it does to my employability and announce that it is I who am responsible for all of Neru Momochimuchi’s illustrations over at erotic gay fiction mag Shousetsu Bang*Bang.

Before you get excited (or disappointed, as the case may be if you hate porn), the illos I’ve done aren’t explicit. I’ve kept this stuff under wraps only because I live in the Uber Conservative Dead Zone that is northwest Florida and I thought I would try to avoid attaching anything even vaguely controversial to my name as a pro artist. But after thinking about it for a while, I’ve done fan art for stuff that is far more fringe than boring old gay people.* So today (and for the rest of the week) I’m going to be uploading my past illos for SSBB, and in the future I will try not to act like the opinions of right wing creeps mean anything about anything. Increasingly, they don’t.

*For instance, SMT, in which case total understanding of the series would probably cause most of the population here to scream for boycotts until they bled from their eyes.

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theherocomplex:

I’m trying to organize my email, and I came across my long discussions with lastlabyrinth about my Eliza Gibson commission (from when I finished the last book). And I discovered this close-up — and oh lord. 
It’s a bit terrifying, how she was able to reach into my head and pull out something so close to my Eliza’s face. And now I’m feeling all nostalgic, because it’s getting close to four years that I’ve had Eliza Gibson in my head and in my life, and I think I’ll be quite happy if she stays there forever.

It’s from a ways back now, but I’m still pretty happy with this piece!

theherocomplex:

I’m trying to organize my email, and I came across my long discussions with lastlabyrinth about my Eliza Gibson commission (from when I finished the last book). And I discovered this close-up — and oh lord. 

It’s a bit terrifying, how she was able to reach into my head and pull out something so close to my Eliza’s face. And now I’m feeling all nostalgic, because it’s getting close to four years that I’ve had Eliza Gibson in my head and in my life, and I think I’ll be quite happy if she stays there forever.

It’s from a ways back now, but I’m still pretty happy with this piece!

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