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Re: Artists/Writers, are sexual comments OK with you?

Postby X » Fri Mar 17, 2023 8:47 pm

As I do commissions almost exclusively, sure, let her rip. Anything but overt trolling is fine. Hated it? Sure, post away. Loved it? Thanks. Got a recipe for banana bread? Weird and not really the place, but if it's a good one I'll probably respond. I can understand moderating your own content. Your gallery is, at the end of the day, *your* gallery. You set the rules there. More people unafraid to talk to you means more people seeing your work. At the end of the day, content creators of all flavors benefit from any exposure that does not arise from quid pro quo. I won't work for exposure, but if you shout me out I generally have no problem doing the same. It's a professional courtesy as far as I am concerned.

Having said that, it is rare that I respond or comment. Trying to do better in that regard. Feel free to tell me I suck if it helps you blow off some steam. It's a pretty silly world outside that window.
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Re: Artists/Writers, are sexual comments OK with you?

Postby SquishySofty » Sat Mar 18, 2023 6:44 am

Even if I don't post as much in here, I don't mind if people wank off to my artwork. I treat it as another form of appreciation towards my artwork, but sometimes I get those comments that get way too far out of my comfort. But most of the times, I can tolerate it, as long if it doesn't harm anybody. ❤
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Re: Artists/Writers, are sexual comments OK with you?

Postby JackSpades » Sat Mar 18, 2023 2:15 pm

While I prefer more restrained comments on my work and the commissions I post, I wouldn't mind sexually charged comments as long as they are not too intrusive. Because, as you said, OP, this is a porn site at its core and I produce and buy porn. If someone managed to get off to it, even if not in my intended way, I feel happy for them and validated in what I do or enjoy.
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Re: Artists/Writers, are sexual comments OK with you?

Postby Humbug » Sat Mar 18, 2023 2:18 pm

Assimilation wrote:A bit of a tangent, but since we've got a bunch of artists talking about the comments, I do want to bring up the following:

I try to leave meaningful top-level comments (i.e. not replies to others' comments) in an effort to make sure that an artist's messages after every post isn't purely a sea of "great work!" or "hot!". But it's often a challenge to hit the right level of engagement that, in my mind, makes the artist feel appreciated without it starting to get into "okay, dude, calm down it's just a drawing" territory. Some artists seem to have prior familiarity with other commenters, so I see bouncy "OMIGOD this is SO GOOD" enthusiasm with the artist replying in kind, and it feels goofy when I try to write with that casual affect only for the artist to reply with the polite acknowledgement befitting my current writing voice. I normally talk like a sour curmudgeon but am trying to make the genuine effort to be supportive to creators in this community, so there's always this collision of tone that I have to steer around when I try to give the artist a fulfilling message while trying to not be fake.

The challenge is furthered for non-writing pieces because, in that 2D art realm, I've had almost no vocabulary for the majority of my time. When I look at images, I see smooth lines, sensible proportions, well-contrasted colors, and compositional storytelling. It's hard for me as a non-illustrator to recognize the technical achievement in your cross-hatching, unorthodox perspective, rim lighting, or whatever—I can only give my simpleton "this art looks very good to me". I've been learning some of those things, but very slowly, because at the end of the day as a content consumer I've got no other reason to learn the processes of (mostly digital) 2D artists.

All of that combines to make me nowhere near as prolific as I'd like to be with leaving comments. Again, I want to make artists feel seen and heard, and I understand that comments are the heftier way of doing that compared to views and favorites, but I worry that I'll overdo it and the artist will lose valuation of my comments. So when I see at least a good half of comments on a work be, "my god, I'm so fucking hard right now," or some variation, I do wonder if that's the simple solution that's fine to reach for if I want the artist to get emotional feedback but I can't muster the time and brainpower to leave a more meaningful message.

This consideration is very much appreciated. :D
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Re: Artists/Writers, are sexual comments OK with you?

Postby Cuddlekins » Sat Mar 18, 2023 2:22 pm

I do agree. I see people sneer at simple "nice work!" comments like "oh, very inspired, I bet you took all night to come up with something so original." But like... bro, I'm not trying to be unique or original, let me fucking praise you :sweat: (Quick edit: I do get that artists and writers like to know why people liked their stuff, and for me a few words telling me stuff like that lets me know they actually read it. Still, I can't hold it against people for not being able to think of anything 'meaningful' to say. I'm just glad I made them happy, really.)

Anyway, to answer the question of the thread, I normally don't mind. Only when someone writes a whole roleplay in the comments or if it just goes so hard against the tone of the story in question do I get a little iffy. They're horny stories at the end of the day, so I say let people be horny, within reason.
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Re: Artists/Writers, are sexual comments OK with you?

Postby Mouthful » Sat Mar 18, 2023 9:39 pm

This is straight up, no beating around the bush, a sexual fetish site. If I were going to be uptight about sexual responses to my stories then this wouldn't be the place where I would be posting them. If you fapped while you read one of my works, by all means let me know! That's what they are here for!
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Re: Artists/Writers, are sexual comments OK with you?

Postby PyrZero72 » Sun Mar 19, 2023 2:55 am

I would honestly be more upset if someone got off to my work and DIDN’T leave a comment talking about how they blew their load.
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Re: Artists/Writers, are sexual comments OK with you?

Postby Noxyoursox » Wed Mar 22, 2023 11:02 pm

I get a little squicked out by overtly sexual comments, since it feels like they're engaging with *me* sexually rather than just with my art, and that is crossing my boundaries in a big way. Though people trying to rp in the comments is worse imo
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Re: Artists/Writers, are sexual comments OK with you?

Postby Chameleonette » Thu Mar 23, 2023 5:04 pm

I've had it happen a few times, but it doesn't bother me unless it's directed very personally at me or goes into explicit masturbation details that I neither want nor need to know.

But if it's more of a generalization, I take it as a compliment that I can draw/write some pretty enticing stuff.

I'm more irked by comments that have nothing to do with my art/writing (most common), complain that it's M/F or that they wish it was f pred etc, "I wish it were me", complain I draw self-indulgent stuff (same pred/prey), roleplaying, hating male preds so much they RP killing off my characters, and other ridiculous crap like that (which all has happened).

A few sexual/sexually-charged comments? Doesn't really get to me. I think I'm somewhat apathetic to it now because for the longest time, I thought I was ace and had fun destroying my friends when the subject matter didn't affect me at all. Things are a little different with vore, but still. It's flattering.
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Re: Artists/Writers, are sexual comments OK with you?

Postby SnuggleCondaHuuungry » Thu Mar 23, 2023 9:52 pm

Not an artist. I think if You want to say something sexual You rather have that a connecting vibe to how You think they'd view it. I generally try to avoid it even if it's fairly short and sweet. I'm an intensely passionate person, I wanna squeeze the blood out of my heart into someone's face holes and tease them out their own game <3 Even if You get it, have charisma and deep nuance You can get into a woah, maybe I shouldn't have peeled that far back under someone else's hood, not because they aren't flattered, but You need to pull Yourself back at a point. I've gone out dancing in public as a voodoo doctor with chains smacking ass and holding girls in chains grinding and playing a crowd of women. Lots of energy but it was for fun, but the girl who came up to me, jumped up and kissed me on the mouth pissed me off and soured the vibe even if was in a sense much less lewd.

There's endless ways to peel it all back, if You both are having fun it barely matters what You say, if someone had an erotic pic of 2 people jerking each other off with a joke before with them being all crazy-eyed intense, it'd be the most hilarious thing ever to leave a comment like, "I cam"

Even if You come off as a creep it can happen by mistake, seek to make right, where ever You go You should always aim to plant roses between You and who You interact with.
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Re: Artists/Writers, are sexual comments OK with you?

Postby Merodi » Fri Mar 24, 2023 8:43 am

I prefer not to get them. Basic stuff like "that's hot!" or whatever, that's fine with me, but I'm asexual and IRL sex repulsed and don't really wanna hear about anyone's sex life, even if it's masturbation related. If it's in jest, like "I came" I guess that's okay, but still, I prefer the comments to be more... idk, vanilla.
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Re: Artists/Writers, are sexual comments OK with you?

Postby Scratch » Fri Mar 24, 2023 2:08 pm

Of course. I'm writing something sexual, I expect a sexual response. People are free to respond to what I create however they want.
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