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4.46 / 5.00

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750 x 1050 px
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  • Frontpaged May 17, 2013

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An illustration for Schoolgirls Love Tentacles. Kyt is quite dexterous, a skill her tentacled friend seems to be having trouble with.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Man, I am in love with her eyes. Her eyelashes look so fluffy but it looks so good. And I love how the whole picture is colored, nice and bright. And the tentacles look shiny without looking too slimy. I just love it. Great job, man.

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DeliciousOrange responds:

Thanks! The tentacles texture has been a very important element to their design.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Quality quality quality. things that have to be sharp and simple are. Things like the clothing, skin tones, shadowing, accessories/objects are well detailed and thoughtful. I'm going to say IMO this is the best artwork on NG this week if not longer

DeliciousOrange responds:

Thanks, I'm glad you like it!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

She sesky!! Loving the detail in this piece and her eyes.... Amazing!!!!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I thought it was an absolutely fantastic picture until... I noticed that she was knitting with crochet needles! Oh well though, I suppose it's not impossible. Other than that, perfect.

DeliciousOrange responds:

I guess there are levels of technique to the knitting and crocheting techniques that I'm just not familiar with.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

hehehe u do the best tentacle pictures ever, love them because they r not about rape and they r creative

DeliciousOrange responds:

Historically the genre of tentacle erotica was never about rape. In fact one of the earliest and most famous examples of the subject, "Tako no ama" by Hokusai, is about the mutual pleasures of a woman and octopus making love together.

Many people have a misconception that tentacle erotica subsumes non-consensual sex primarily due to only relatively recent usage of tentacles in animated pornography. However the usage of tentacles in animated pornography was and is primarily as a method of circumventing Japanese censorship laws (and to a lesser extent streamlining the animation process), the tentacles do not inherently necessitate any form of rape.