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fb7ad No.30820[Reply]

Sharing is Caring ;)

e3d5c No.30821

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e3d5c No.30822

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b3dab No.30768[Reply]

I am trying to create a story. Would love to have review from all of you here.

b3dab No.30769


Synopsis: X is a different character, probably one of those unnamed hero that brought into world to fight Demon King. He is virgin. But it will change soon…

As I said before, I would love to get feedback from interesting readers here.

cee46 No.30817

Gotta say love it
Wanna see more ^^

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2c1f4 No.319[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Anyone else browse pixiv and nijie? I have a bunch of tags that might come in handy (uhuhuh) in your searches. I'll also link some favorite artists and keep the thread alive with fresh pics. Contributions are very much welcome.
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99ac0 No.28265

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99ac0 No.28266

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8697f No.28277

Poor Tenryuu

99ac0 No.30795

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99ac0 No.30796

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c0809 No.30637[Reply]

Newest from Krystalvix
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5a979 No.30734

Of course it matters, because that's what this discussion is about (ignoring the trolls). Whether or not there is a site-rule was not the question. If it had been, it would have been much easier to answer: No, at the moment there is no such rule.
Talk about creator's legal rights or site rules is moving the goal posts.

(And just fyi: I am a content creator as well. Not porn or comics or any other piece of art, but I have published something in the past and I even make money off of it.)

6510b No.30735

No one's mind is going to be changed but making the same old "Well it's not really theft because it's not a physical object" argument.

Duh. It's not. The argument that matters is whether or not it's allowed on the site because it's not our decision to police the users.

Someone could post the links to a share site right now and the only person that could do something about it is the site owner or the creator if they chose to take actions.

Our opinions don't matter, well except as to whether or not we'd post it I guess.

5a979 No.30736

You seem to be awfully certain. Maybe your mind has not been changed, but I like to think the best of people until they give me reason to think otherwise. And that includes the ability and willingness to change one's mind when confronted with new arguments. (And just because you have heard it before, does not mean that it is "the same old argument" to everyone. Remember that it was new to you at some point as well.)

And, again, my argument is actually more subtle than your one-liner suggests. I am not saying that theft of digital goods cannot exist. (Although, for the record, I am saying that downloads do not fall in that legal category and using that word is highly inappropriate.)

My point is that there is a certain value attached to these goods and this values correlates with what an economically reasonable person is willing to pay for it.
In other words: Behind the (hyperbolic, I know) accusation that someone is responsible for starving artists by downloading comics here or on other website without paying the artist (and behind similar accusations that downloading mp3s costs the music industry billions etc.), there is an underlying assumption that there would have been such a payment if the opportunity to download for free had not existed.
That assumption is what I challenge. My claim is that it is absolutely reasonable to expect that there would indeed be no payment, completely independent of access to these downloads, simply because the price that is asked for these goods is too high, too far above the price that a functioning market would lead a reasonable person to expect.

Let me make the following (imperfect, I know) analogy to illustrate my point: Imagine your neighbour's kid offers to mow your lawn for you, but is asking a thousand bucks for it. Even if you are feeling especially charitable and want to support that kid and even if you could afford it, you would not pay that amount because it is completely out of proportion with the actual value you receive (even accounting for your charitable attitude toward that kid and general approval of his/her impulse to work for money etc.)
And if that kid's parents then proceed to question your morality based on your decision (and call you all sorts of names for it), you would understandably feel like you are being treated unfairly and unreasonably.

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f22af No.30737

The entire problem with your long winded and pointless spiel is that it ignores the cost of production time and effort and looks solely at shit like "oh well he doesn't have to pay for paper or shipping so there's no costs!"

A high quality comic just appears wholly formed in an instant in your world. Didn't take any time or effort at all. And even that has no value, so long as you can justify not having to give anything up to get it.

A lot of these artists ask under 5 bucks for stuff that takes days or weeks and you're trying to haggle down to five cents AND expecting us to believe in good faith you wouldn't try to argue for it to be completely free if you got that much.

5a979 No.30738

Yes, that is the main problem. Marginal costs do not care for any one-time investments, because those vanish in the limit.
As long as the marginal costs are strictly positive, this still works out fine, because you will amortise your start-up costs in the long run. That is (part of) the reason why the prices of new technologies go down over time until they stabilise once the product is mature. The stabilisation happens at a value slightly (in a well-functioning market) larger the marginal cost of the product.

For the extreme goods with zero marginal costs on the other hand, one can never amortise any initial investment in this way. Any positive price one could ask is not "slightly larger" than the marginal cost, it is always infinitely larger, because the marginal cost are zero.

I am completely aware of that problem. Notice how I have refrained from stating anything to the effect of it being morally right to download without paying. I simply highlighted how complicated and not at all straight-forward this question is in my view. The dilemma here is that simply saying "downloading without paying is always wrong" ignores economic truths about marginal costs and saying "downloading without paying is always right" ignores initial investments. Both naive answers are wrong in their own way.

What I am lacking for any judgement on this matter is the knowledge how would get out of this theoretical dilemma. What is the economically correct way to price a product with zero marginal cost?? The general intuition of the public seems to be to just assign semi-random numbers. Prices for digital goods that I see in the real world do not seem to follow any particular rule other than "we are asking however much we can get away with". In particular they seem to be completely uncorrelated to the actual product. This to me suggests that nobody actually knows how to price these goods (or at least that the general public is unaware of the right answer).

If anyone more economically educated than me knows the answer, please tell me! Then I too can take a definite stand the next time this question comes up and feel superior to anyone who is still stuck on those boring, old, unsophisticated arguments. As things are now, I am left with an "not so fast everyone".

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5e1ca No.30618[Reply]

Anyone here know about pulling models from games?

Pregnant merchant girl from star ocean 3. Its been bugging me because of the top down perspective

The model probably looks like shit but my autism needs it

5db03 No.30621

Have you checked The Models Resource?
They might have it there.

5e1ca No.30654

Never heard of it. Ill take a look

47fc2 No.30678

Turns out that place only has two generic enemy models im assuminh some one was practicing.

Any easy reaources to learn how to do this myself?

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5907f No.26544[Reply]

Anyone have things like this? Starting with my fav here.
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01745 No.27515

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e6fa4 No.28961

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I want to protect that smile.

64e31 No.30606

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3f8de No.30607

I think this is fubuki?

bc4bf No.30615

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27df1 No.27870[Reply]

Post illustrations of pregnant showing only belly(not naked nor underwear).

27df1 No.27871

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bfcb0 No.30605

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b9b0e No.19530[Reply]

I like pregnant things (duh.) So I draw them. I like drawing humans, anthro, monsters, pokemon, men, really just about anything people want to see. I also draw birth, and occasional weird shit. If you all don't mind, I'd love to showcase some of my human and humanoid stuff here, and hear what you all think of it. If there's enough interest I'll make a thread in the furry board too.
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78b41 No.24747

Completely valid and beautiful reasoning

7f108 No.26387

It would be rather interesting if you could make a story with it and also possibly make a birthing montage. It would be absolutely beautiful.

57646 No.30423

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Wooh and I am back, got some bipolar to deal with, but all is good now :D

Yeah that lil dragon underneath is her husband, and yes she is mighty proud :)

ab953 No.30452

Portal! Hi dear again! Glad to hear from you again!

43f07 No.30526

Weclome back. :3

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41618 No.30525[Reply]

This may be a little much for a whole thread, but a while back a little webcomic by the name of Kranburn featured a fairly massive pregnant character for a short time. Nowadays, it's hard to find any trace of the comic on the internet, but someone managed to grab this image before the comic disappeared. >>10653 If anyone has more of this comic still on their hard drive, I encourage you to share it here.

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b55cf No.16944[Reply]

Any taurform creature that's pregnant and/or birthing. Gender and base species irrelevant.

Thread about taurs with human (or mostly human)upper bodies, for example, the classical centaurs.
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0e96e No.29496

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45749 No.29821

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More centaur mpreg.

45749 No.29822

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45749 No.30478

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