Aug 142013
 

Title: The Unsurprising Shocking Conclusion
Fandom: Yu-Gi-Oh, Lost Souls
Characters: Yami Bakura , Twig , Zillah
Rating: E (L0 N4 S4 V0 D0)
Warnings: Machine for automated buggery in use. Glaringly obvious sexual acts. Bizarre magical-sparking machine-tentacles.
Notes: Last one for this set! Next set for y!GallerySargantas will involve faeries, tree spirits, and the prince of some desert land! But, that’s not happening until mid-October, because I have to finish the calendar before then, and I’ve only even sort of finished five images out of 12, so far. Also, if anyone’s going to the Fear Mythos panel at Kita-Kon, some of my Fear Mythos art might be in the slideshow.
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Aug 022013
 

Title: Museum 2B: Toward a Glittering Finish
Fandom: Yu-Gi-Oh, Lost Souls
Characters: Yami Bakura , Twig , Zillah
Rating: M (L0 N3 S3 V0 D0)
Warnings: Machine for automated buggery in use. Barely-concealed sexual acts. Bizarre magical-sparking machine-tentacles.
Notes: This took a little longer than expected… I’m a little off-book here, but I just liked the dynamics and the unexpected use of feet. Also, Zillah is way the hell too short for the original idea to have worked in any way that didn’t horribly violate the laws of physics.
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Jul 252013
 

Title: Museum 2B: It Starts With a Kiss 2/2
Fandom: Yu-Gi-Oh, Lost Souls
Characters: Yami Bakura, Twig, Zillah
Rating: E (L0 N4 S4 V0 D0)
Warnings: Machine for automated buggery in use. Bizarre magical-sparking machine-tentacles.
Notes: I don’t know if I like this version or the last one better. This one’s… oddly broader, for a vertical shot. I’m not going to try to get a full-size of either one, until Sargantas lets me know which one is the better angle.
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Jul 242013
 

Title: Museum 2B: It Starts With a Kiss 1/2
Fandom: Yu-Gi-Oh, Lost Souls
Characters: Yami Bakura, Twig, Zillah
Rating: G- (L0 N0 S1 V0 D0)
Warnings: Dudes kissing.
Notes: Yes, this is really small, but something has gone horribly wrong, and I can only shoot this one half-size, right now. I will come back to it and try to render it larger, later, but just so you guys don’t think I’m not working, here’s the half-size version. There’s also another one of this exact same scene, shot at a different angle, and I couldn’t decide which one I liked better, so look for that one (also in half size) in a few hours.
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Jul 222013
 

Title: Museum 2B: An Electrical Beginning
Fandom: Yu-Gi-Oh, Lost Souls
Characters: Yami Bakura, Twig, Zillah
Rating: E (L0 N4 S4 V0 D0)
Warnings: Machine for automated buggery in use. Bizarre magical-sparking machine-tentacles.
Notes: Yeah, I know electricity doesn’t do that in those sizes at currents appropriate for this sort of use. Still, just assume they’re magical giant violet wand tentacles. Because magic trumps physics every time.
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Jun 222013
 

Title: Transitions B1: Out of the Water
Fandom: Yu-Gi-Oh, Lost Souls
Characters: Yami Bakura, Amelda, Molochai, Twig
Rating: M (L0 N3 S0 V0 D0)
Warnings: Naked anime boys. Half-dressed vampires.
Notes: The last in the B series! Well, the first… I did these the wrong way round. For y!GallerySargantas, of course.
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Jun 182013
 

Title: Toward the Door
Fandom:  Yu-Gi-Oh, Lost Souls
Characters: Amelda, Bakura, Molochai, Twig  
Rating: G- (L0 N1 S0 V0 D0)
Warnings: Scantily clad anime boys in chains
Notes: For OfflineSargantas. Yeah, this one took a while. I’m still very bad at lighting dungeons. One more dungeon shot, from the watery pit, and then it’s back to the museum for a couple more shots, there. Expect me to be interrupted by the other two and a half projects I’m juggling in the background.
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Jun 122013
 

Title: Transitions B3: Guys, This is Not the Van
Fandom:  Yu-Gi-Oh, Lost Souls
Characters: Amelda, Bakura, Molochai, Twig 
Rating: Rating: <span style=T" height="16px" src="https://penbrydd.groundline.net/wp-content/luxintenebris/rating/PG13.jpg" width="32px" height="16px" />(L0 N2 S2 V0 D0)
Warnings: Heavily implied lack of clothing in the back seat.
Notes: For OfflineSargantas. Our protagonists on the way to the museum. I can hear this conversation, in my head…
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Jun 082013
 

Title:  Transitions B4: Outside the Museum
Fandom:  Yu-Gi-Oh, Lost Souls
Characters: Amelda, Bakura, Molochai, Twig
Rating: G- (L0 N1 S0 V0 D0)
Warnings: Shirtless anime dudes, in skirt-like things and big, iron shackles.
Notes: Like I said, I’m doing these in reverse order, just to shoot something other than that pit dungeon, for a couple images. I’m decently pleased with how this came out, in the end, and it was much less difficult than I was expecting. This series fits between the pit dungeon scenes and the museum scenes.
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Jun 052013
 

Title: Test: City Street with 1950s Limo
Fandom:  Yu-Gi-Oh, Lost Souls
Characters: Amelda, Bakura, Molochai, Twig
Rating: G- (L0 N1 S0 V0 D0)
Warnings: Anime boys in skimpy clothes, kneeling in the road
Notes: I’ve been working on the set for 3 & 4 in Series B. I think I’ll be doing this set in reverse order, just to keep things interesting. y!GallerySargantas wanted a limousine in these shots, but the only limo I could lay hands to was this 1936 model, which is pretty posh, if a little anachronistic. (I have been corrected. It is a 1959 model, and there is some debate about whether it is a limo, since the model maker identifies it as one. It’s definitely not stretch.) Retextured most of it with some awesome car paint shaders I had laying around. I probably need to re-do the interior, as well, before I do #3. I’m debating whether the scene is too light, but I’ve recently got some crit that I shoot too dark for print, so I might just keep these light, for now. It looks like I can shoot two figures at a time, on this set, before things start exploding, which is good to know before I start building a scene. *laughs* Also, Cilea for V4 converts really well to M4/H4 as demonstrated by the kneeling pair. I probably want to re-texture the metal parts, so they don’t glow in the dark, but it looks pretty good, aside from that.
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