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Marilith Valentine

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I believe that this marilith is the last of the cheesy, monster-girl Valentines that I've drawn. You'll notice that she breaks the format a little though, because there was no room in the composition for a heart.


This is one image that I'm proud of one day and not-so-proud of the next. Sometimes, her face, her pose, her figure, or her costuming looks great to me; other times, one or more of those elements looks terrible.


Of course, you'll judge for yourself. In general, it's interesting to see how tepid the reaction has been to any of these Valentines — no one really loves them, and no one really hates them.


Keywords: ファンタジー, fantasy, ダンジョンズ&ドラゴンズ, Donjons et Dragons, Dungeons & Dragons, D&D, モンスター娘, monster girl, marilith, デーモン, Type V demon, ラミアー, lamia, ナーガ, naga, six arms, おっぱい, 巨乳, large breasts, big tits, 極上の乳, huge breasts, huge teats, バレンタインデー, Valentine's Day, belly dancer, ハーレム, harem girl, jewelry, Malcolm Douglas, MalcolmD.

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MalcolmD
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Aug 11, 2019
4:55 PM EDT
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