Between various conversations via Skype, FA/DA Notes and Comments, and even a few IRL conversations... I've gotten the feeling sometimes people have gotten the wrong idea about me and my art. Sometimes o3o
So first off... Some stuff about my *art* to keep in mind:
-All of my vore is non-fatal unless specifically stated otherwise.
-Stomach gurgles do NOT specifically mean digestion. If there is, I will say so IN THE DESCRIPTION.
-Take what you read in the COMMENTS section with a grain of salt. I often deviate from what's actually going on in the picture, or start irrelevant stories, and sometimes change the outcome of the picture. If digestion is mentioned here, it's unofficial. I joke and fool around, and imply stuf that simply isn't true. See the above line.
-I don't do hard vore - ever. If there is any chewing - mentioned or shown - it's gentle gnawing and not any crushing/grinding. Just moving the "prey" about in the mouth to bring out the flavor.
-If digestion is involved, it's painless one way or another. Reformation always follows.
-No death. Seriously - Is such a major issue brought up I have to say it twice. "A Wyvern's Breakfast" was the one and only exception to this.
-Dragons - if you see them getting eaten -ever- it's all in good fun, and BOTH predator AND prey know this. I don't ever let them be harmed in the long-term in my vore (Damage done to their pride does not count)
I hope that covers it :3
Often I'll mention the prey digesting or whatnot, etc in comments. It's sort of hard to avoid doing that
In the picture there isn't anything of the sort going on.
Two recent examples. Between FA and DA, I've mentioned me digesting in both of them, but that's not actually happening or going to happen.
So if you're reading the comments section and see something like that, just assume it's joking. I'd say in the description (Or try to anyway) if there is going to be anything like that. And as above, my digestion is never fatal - again, the only exception being A wyvern's breakfast
. I deem fatal to be anything the prey can't recover from, so temporary gurglings with reformation following doesn't [usually] count. Doesn't mean I'll always like it though
Dragons are still a sensitive area there, so I won't be doing that often.
I know a few artists who always do fatal-vore, where you can see anything getting eaten and know for a certain fact that it's going to painfully die and never come back.
I know plenty who don't have a preference, and prefer to allow the viewer to decide the prey's fate.
I also know some that never ever do fatal (And a few who don't even do implied/open-ended - only guaranteed safe)
For me, it's typically going to be safe unless it's "generic vore" (That is, no prey is seen - only the belly/throat-bulge) in which case I'll allow the viewer to decide. If you see a dragon being nommed, rest assured he or she will live
I'll let you know
in the description if it's going to be fatal. Otherwise it's safe or up to you to decide. ^^