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How's everyone doing? Hope you're having a good day, 'cuz you know I am. Little non-vore this time as i'm working on multiple commissions right now and wanted to just do something simple and easy. As always, the monster girls are delightful for that.

This time around we're greeted with the Japanese mythological creature, the Tsuchinoko. the "Dirt Child" as it's translated. Essentially... it's a big, fat ol' snake, that's wider than it is long, with a tapered tail at the end.
A fun fact about them is that it's said they will bite the thin portion of their tails ouroboros style and roll around like an organic wheel. Weird, huh?

This week's monster girl was suggested by a user in my discord. Hop on in, I often will pick from my suggestion box so yours could be next!

As always, you can keep up with me here:


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Posted by empatheticapathy 1 year ago Report

I'd feed it.


Posted by Efir 1 year ago Report

Heh, would you now?
Wonder what these things usually eat, anyway, never could find an answer for that.


Posted by SVWriter 1 year ago Report

They... They roll like wheels? O_o


Posted by Efir 1 year ago Report

Imagine just taking a stroll through a forest and all of sudden you see a fat ol' snake just tumbleweeding on by.


Posted by BlossomDancer 1 year ago Report

Nice to see some more lesser-known cryptids.


Posted by Efir 1 year ago Report

With the exception of Nessie and the Wedigo, all the monster girls ive done are lesser known and rarer ones.
Its much more interesting seeing ones that not everyone and their mother have drawn a million times, y'know?


Posted by The_Agent 1 year ago Report

"I would like to pet this creature." -Vulcan