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Super Gabi Outfit - and the winner is...

Uploaded: 9 months ago

Owner: kattu

Aleph-Null - 9 months ago

It could be cool to see the 2nd and third place outfits on other characters.

Like, Jill could come into the story with outfit #3

Phallus Maximus

Uploaded: 1 year ago

Owner: Modeseven

Aleph-Null - 1 year ago

Best Thumbnail Ever.

VORE Animation / BIGBIG Update

Uploaded: 1 year ago

Owner: BIGBIG

Aleph-Null - 1 year ago

That was awesome.

Also, I'm totally down with this comic.

Viv

Uploaded: 1 year ago

Owner: 4ofSwords

Aleph-Null - 1 year ago

That makes sense, to me it looks like your highlights are a bit different. They come off as more relaxed to me.

Aleph-Null - 1 year ago

Glad to see you are alive.

Also, looks like you changed up your style a bit.

Empress Gutamir (Outdated)

Uploaded: 2 years ago

Owner: Aces

Aleph-Null - 2 years ago

Voreyeurism is vyrsm here on Eka's

Aleph-Null - 2 years ago

Hello Kattu, this is probably my favorite comic that you have commissioned.

But I was wondering, what happened to issue #3?

Pizza delivery (stream request)

Uploaded: 2 years ago

Owner: BIGBIG

Aleph-Null - 2 years ago

I feel like you like Pizza IRL.

Also, really like your requests.

Feast9

Uploaded: 3 years ago

Owner: Ursa

Aleph-Null - 3 years ago

Epic

Latex practice

Uploaded: 3 years ago

Owner: Lampton

Aleph-Null - 3 years ago

Great design, but I think the specular highlights are to diffuse for glossy latex.

Typically latex is fairly reflective, to the point that you can see the shape of lights on the garment in a photo shoot. This comes off to me as a bit more plastic, like synthetic leather without the texture.

Even more studies .2

Uploaded: 4 years ago

Owner: ragnar

Aleph-Null - 4 years ago

Some how this one passed me by.

I really like your character design, and I would definitely be interested in such a game.

Low battery 2/2

Uploaded: 4 years ago

Owner: BIGBIG

Aleph-Null - 4 years ago

Love this comic.

By the way, where does this take place? I noticed the vehicle is right hand drive, suggesting British isles, Australia, or New Zealand. (considering English language)

Also, appreciate the MK ref at the end.

Halloween costumes

Uploaded: 8 years ago

Owner: BIGBIG

Aleph-Null - 8 years ago

Space Princes

Aleph-Null - 8 years ago

I like where this is going

Down the Rabbithole

Uploaded: 8 years ago

Owner: Modeseven

Aleph-Null - 8 years ago

the character has been known to eat bunny boys (actually bunny incubus).

Aleph-Null - 8 years ago

exaggeration is fine, so long as it is in character. This seems to be very much in character.

Erica p2

Uploaded: 8 years ago

Owner: BIGBIG

Aleph-Null - 8 years ago

It would seem like Erica would want to eat him, unless she has someone else to eat (she did note that she was still hungry).

Though my personal preferences are for oral vore, I would note that we have not seen you draw unbirth yet.

Pred Quest 92

Uploaded: 9 years ago

Owner: Humbug

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

I disagree, you don't have to knock her out, just stun her.

There are two major threats in this case. Bite and claw. The only option to take care of both is smacking her. So I vote,

>> Smack her one

Pred Quest 89

Uploaded: 9 years ago

Owner: Humbug

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

>> Prepare for claw attack

Pred Quest 86

Uploaded: 9 years ago

Owner: Humbug

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

>> Sneak through the closest alley and surprise her

Pred Quest 83

Uploaded: 9 years ago

Owner: Humbug

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

It seems like there are a lot of old school gamers at the portal. This translates into rampant paranoia in any gaming situation.

Pred Quest 81

Uploaded: 9 years ago

Owner: Humbug

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

>> Talk
.....> Continue coming on to him

Seriously folks, it's working.

Pred Quest 79

Uploaded: 9 years ago

Owner: Humbug

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

Talk>> Charm

Pred Quest 78

Uploaded: 9 years ago

Owner: Humbug

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

>> Examine

Pred Quest 61

Uploaded: 9 years ago

Owner: Humbug

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

>> Wait down here
> Look through your belongings. Maybe you can use something to incapacitate him.

Reasoning: This shouldn't take that long. I doubt that he will wake up in the amount of time it takes to look through her stuff.

In (meta)game terms, I'm looking for an expanded field of options to take on the wolf.

Pred Quest 54

Uploaded: 9 years ago

Owner: Humbug

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

check the phone.

There isn't any major danger here like you may run into out on the street, and if we can link people to those keys, we may be able to cram another person into Sickhouse's stomach.

Pred Quest 41

Uploaded: 9 years ago

Owner: Humbug

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

>> Attack phone, then attack mink

While talking could be a good option, we really don't know where that will lead. Right now it is probable that we can take away her only threat, and defeat her in combat. I say we should not miss this opportunity. I would also note Sickhouse's limited social skill set as a reason to go with a probable win via physical means.

And while eating her may seem like a shortcut after the phone is gone, lets not forget that are last item of prey was a total wuss and he required some extra physical coercion to get down.

Lets do damage up front, then eat.

Pred Quest 40

Uploaded: 9 years ago

Owner: Humbug

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

>> Examine

We need intel, so I'm going to recommend to the group that we >>Talk next. We need to know if she called someone prior to knocking on the door, and there could be an opportunity to take her house after we eat her.

Pred Quest 38

Uploaded: 9 years ago

Owner: Humbug

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

>> Wear COOL JACKET ♀
>> Wear your usual pants
>> Take all your shit and sneak out through the window and down the drainpipe

I agree with the above comment. Plus, either we elude a threat, or we get a chance to ambush prey.

Pred Quest 33

Uploaded: 9 years ago

Owner: Humbug

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

Voting for look around.

Nothing ventured, nothing gained. And this seems pretty low risk compared to some of our actions.

Pred Quest 28

Uploaded: 9 years ago

Owner: Humbug

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

Agreed,

>> Examine

Question for Humbug,
How many actions can Sickhouse take before her prey has passed her by?>

Pred Quest 21

Uploaded: 9 years ago

Owner: Humbug

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

I find it funny that the voting populace is in near equal parts, offended, and wanting to nuzzle up to her.

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

>> Feign offense
The time isn't right to attack and/or eat her. She is focused on us and aggravated. We would have been better off eating her right off the bat.

Lets let her think that we are hurt and vulnerable first. Then we will strike.

No Cannonballs Allowed Part Three

Uploaded: 9 years ago

Owner: Tiberius

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

hmm...

I think her belly might end up with more of a tan than the rest of her body, due to more radiation hitting the stretched surface.

Pred Quest 19

Uploaded: 9 years ago

Owner: Humbug

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

You said play it like a game, and if I DLed a multiple choice vore adventure, I would,

>>Defend your wardrobe choice

Dark Nights - Page 9

Uploaded: 9 years ago

Owner: Shryland

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

I like the shift in lighting. In context with the previous page, it gives the feel of a major change in mood that is inline with the last four panels.

Gladiatrix

Uploaded: 9 years ago

Owner: Kiyoa

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

I really like the shadows in this piece, especially on the sword.

The Victor Part 5

Uploaded: 9 years ago

Owner: donutwish

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

I have had a question about this series since it was posted on DA, but unfortunately I'm only a lurker over there.

Looking at this series for the first time, it really seemed like it was going to be a hard vore story. Having her brought to the kitchen, strung up and exsanguinated by the cook, with all that meat depicted in the background, really seemed to point to hard core.

Did the story change mid way through production? Or was this always the path you had in mind.

great series by the way.

The Victor Part 2

Uploaded: 9 years ago

Owner: donutwish

Aleph-Null - 9 years ago

I have seen the full thing on DA, and I did like it.

However, I was wondering what had occurred here. Why was the armored woman given the downward thumb?

Farewell...

Uploaded: 10 years ago

Owner: Frakass

Aleph-Null - 10 years ago

Much respect Frakass,

Not only for the pic that touches on many of our sentiments, but also, I think your gallery is the only one where discussion of the future of space exploration spontaneously erupts.

Aleph-Null - 10 years ago

I really like the socks on her. Not just because they are cool, but the wrinkles and folds on them look very natural.

Higher Learning Curve

Uploaded: 10 years ago

Owner: Mr_Iddi

Aleph-Null - 10 years ago

It's cool,

The pose is somewhat different than what you usually see around; makes it feel fresh.

Level : 10 (vore only)

Uploaded: 10 years ago

Owner: Frakass

Aleph-Null - 10 years ago

I assume the calculation was made for 10 75 KG people, not regarding such factors as height, but rather calculated by the volume they take up.

This I assume was calculated by mass and density. If you assume the people are neutrally buoyant in water, then it's easy to make the calculation using SI units.

The volume of a sphere 112.7 cm in diameter is 750 liters, or 750 Kg of neutrally buoyant human.

Great pick by the way, I love the jovial feel of your work.

Farm Town Design - Peg

Uploaded: 11 years ago

Owner: Shryland

Aleph-Null - 11 years ago

Very nice.

Women looked thin in the 19th century due to wearing corsets and petticoat.

Dresses also had an odd shape due to wearing a bustle. latter on, dresses actually included a steel frame in order to keep the form.

If you want to keep with the mid-late 19th century look, I would suggest making the dress billow out more.

In the Victorian era the thin waistline was considered to be intrinsic to one's virtue, and naturally this influenced fashion. This of course makes it difficult to draw a gluttonous pig in 100% appropriate dress. ;)

You might try to make the waistline more distinct, edging inwards as it approaches her hips rather than flowing smoothly outward. This could suggest her belly pressing forth from a petticoat or corset as well as add more emphasis to a bustle or steel frame (I forget what these frames were called) without having to compromise her belly.

In any case, she is a beautiful character.

0 - Birth


Gaya woke to pain and sirens, and to a nascent sense of satisfaction.

The recovery room was a disaster. Monitors had been tipped, displays were shattered, and the I.V. shunts dripped fluid where they had been ripped from her neck and arms. The countertops on either side of her bed were nearly bare, their contents smashed and scattered on the ground. A nurse and two guards lay contorted into unnatural positions on the floor, arms and necks twisted to angles their skeletons shouldn

A Diamond in Snow - Prelude

Uploaded: 11 years ago

Owner: 4ofSwords

Aleph-Null - 11 years ago

Man I wish I could edit these comments ;)

I forgot to mention that I don't read a lot of sci-fi. This is probably a lot more intuitive for a different audience.

Aleph-Null - 11 years ago

I think the key element to dropping weeks months and years would be lack of communication with earth. Or at very least earth would have to lose political influence over humans.

If not than the day, week month and year would persist due to the need to synch up with earth events.

The one unit that I do not think would go away (for humans) is the day. For various reasons humans as a group can benefit from having a "day" even in the absence of a natural day/night cycle. This may change from 86.4 Kseconds but it would probably be in that ballpark.

I checked out your blog, I have to say that base 12 would take significantly more getting used to than metric time.

Aleph-Null - 11 years ago

Neither entirely.

This of course is all coming from the perspective of someone who has only read these four pages. It may not feel awkward after reading the first chapter.

Typically metric time is used as needed but not more than needed. It's advantages over having to convert multiple units of time are obvious. However people tend to use other units of time when precise measurement is less important, or they won't need to use that unit in a calculation. The uses here didn't seem to refer to things that would require this precision.

Granted the whole lab is probably on metric time, however using megaseconds as part of the narration feels awkward to me because it isn't a unit of time I have an intuitive feel for.

This of course could be cleared up in chapter one if a reason for the universal use of metric time was established.

The narration seems to establish the megasecond having replaced the common use of the week and month. That is a huge cultural change but the rest of the elements of the story don't support it. They do not conflict with it but simply do not hint at any reason for it.

As it stands, the use of the megasecond felt to me a bit like an anomalous peak on a graph; you know something caused it but you don't know what.

Aleph-Null - 11 years ago

Sorry It took so long for me to comment after I said I'd "probably read this latter today". Was a little busy.

Anyway I would say it's a good prelude. It starts off at a decent pace while giving you a feel for the characters.

The only gripe I have is with the use of the megasecond as a unit of time.

Aleph-Null - 11 years ago

I'll probably read this latter today.

Just so people know, you'll probably have to download the file. I at least only see the first page after expanding the window but the download yields all four.

Filling the "Empty Spot" Finale

Uploaded: 11 years ago

Owner: Shryland

Aleph-Null - 11 years ago

That was quite the series, and I love the finale.

I wonder how Jade manages to get around when stuffed to this level.

Filling the "Empty Spot" Page 7

Uploaded: 11 years ago

Owner: Shryland

Aleph-Null - 11 years ago

"The Sanders" God I love that guy.

Great Character.

Smith was awakened by a bump in a wall from another room. He glanced up from where he rested. He lay in a pool of sweat. Smith looked towards the closed curtains to notice the sun light coming through. He rose from the bed, and looked at his watch, it was two seventeen.

He placed his hand over his forehead, “I must have overslept.”

He turned the lamp on, the light shone around the small room. He opened his cell phone that was on the night table, he received a missed call. Smi

Player Gets Played (Part 4)

Uploaded: 12 years ago

Owner: Gentle_Grounds

Aleph-Null - 11 years ago

I just went through this and the older version of the story.

I don't know why, but I had skipped these stories before. I think I didn't have time to read all the chapters at once.

I really like this story, I think it is my favorite of all of yours. I liked the older story up until the very end when Dr. Jones enters John's room and explains everything, the scene somehow felt out of place. Or perhaps I should say it felt like there was to great of a change of pace at the end of the story.

I like the integration of Sir much more in these newer chapters.

In general I think the characters feel more alive.

I hope you do continue this story.