I love eroguro and Japanese art. Cute stuff. Weird stuff. I get to sell it on my website but I can
share the graphic beauty and weirdness a bit more directly here. Plus I am free to post other things that I love
and not just the stuff I sell . :)
I live in Brooklyn, NY, at the moment. I spend a lot of time working on my website but I'm also a freelance web developer and always looking for more work.
I try to cite sources for anything I post - somebody somewhere owns it! Any posts that are watermarked are from scans or photos of things that are available on my website.
Asked by capsep
I am an authorized distributor of the art created by these artists. If I were to just scan and upload their artwork as is that would be in conflict with the copyright printed in every book. It is watermarked because the images I upload are used as advertisement for my website which sells their works - they actually receive money because of my work instead of the artwork being redistributed for free (or uncredited).