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Malachyte

When Paws Take Over/About Females

So I admit I was a little shy to return to the Twincest comic after that last page, but once I picked myself up, I was able to move past my mistake, and most definitely learn from it!

I especially liked doing this page because I had one of those lovely moments where my hands seem to draw all on their own. There are many days when I feel like I can't draw without a whip cracking me into submission, and every line I make is painstakingly forced. But then there are times when the lines just happen, and before I know it, hours have gone by, and it's past sunset outside. It's a wonderful feeling, to be engulfed in an activity, and even more so when it's something I love so much.

On a side note, I've been thinking; most people, no matter where they are on the internet assume whoever they see is probably a male. This is the case with me, as well. I've been called 'sir' and 'man' many times now. It doesn't bother me at all, but it made me want to clarify that I am, in fact, female.

But then I thought of something. What difference does the fact that I'm a girl make to you all? As my watchers, does it make it more erotic, to know a female is writing your Twincest comic? Porn isn't something most associate as a feminine past time. Or maybe it makes it less erotic, if you personally were gay, perhaps? Do I gross you out? Maybe it doesn't matter at all? I'm really curious what kind of reaction you all have to an artist's gender.
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Added: 7 years ago
 
RokukeShiba
7 years ago
i always figured your a lady ;)

I think you got a nice personality, Never matters to me if your male or female as long your a nice person ^^
Malachyte
7 years ago
Aww, thank you :3
RokukeShiba
7 years ago
We should chat up! :)

Would like to know you better so we can be friends!

If your okay with it. :)
Malachyte
7 years ago
Sure! I'm always up for a chat. My IMs are all listed on my main profile page, but I don't sign on a lot, honestly. I'm easiest to talk to through PMs or email. Like penpals ^_^
Sako
7 years ago
ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE! DUMBAHDUHDUHDUH!
seriously... doesnt matter to me if the artist is male, female, transgender, whatever. if the art and story are good, i watch :D
phyrexfirestorm
7 years ago
Actually, I refer to both male and female persons in the way their gender dictates, but online I will refer to persons however I feel, because I percieve their gender as androgynous unless that information is shared. I will, however, slip in "man" (i.e. Thanks, man.) regardless of gender. Being male or female makes no difference on my view of the artwork, but I do have to say that women who do this kind of art are incredibly sexy to me. I dont know why, but they are. It's just part of bein a guy, I guess. Less erotic? no, in regards to the art. More erotic? again, no. If I were personally gay? Nope. Kinda bi, so it doesnt bother me a bit. Gross me out? Nope. Arousing, but not grossing. I hope I covered that all pretty clearly and evenly, lol.

On another note: Yes, I just love those moments. My last pic and current pic were/is like that. I just love it!
Malachyte
7 years ago
Yeah, I tend to call people 'man', too, regardless of gender. Only in real life though; I'm always worried about doing it on the internet, where I can't use my tone of voice to make it apparent that it's just a colloquial phrase, and not that I think they're actually a man, lol.

I find girls who draw porn kind of sexy as well, on the internet. In real life, I actually feel... threatened? Maybe more intimidated. I'm really weird around girls, honestly. Unless it's a male, or a tomboyish female, I really have a hard time around girls :s
phyrexfirestorm
7 years ago
dont feel bad. Due to past experiences, Im not very comfy around guys, and can't really do any "male bonding". Kinda sucks with my sexuality, but whatcha gonna do?
Malachyte
7 years ago
Agreed. Guess we'll just sit over here in the "outcasts of our own gender" corner, lol.
phyrexfirestorm
7 years ago
Well, at least I'm not alone. ^_^
NariFox
7 years ago
I'm the same way... >.> My friends are either all dudes or one or two pretty tomboyish gamer chick nerds. XD I'm not sure why, sometimes I even feel like being a bit more girly, wear a dress and heavy makeup or something, yet I can't seem to tolerate those super femmy girls at all. Actually, they quite irritate me! Then again, none of them ever really try to become my friends, either, whether grade school or even college.

Oh well though, as long as you can relate to SOMEONE, right? I have some of the best, most protective guy friends, so I'm totally happy with that, and my best best friend is a female and so similar to me we call each other sisters, so that's also nice. ^^ I think it's good to have at least one female friend (or male friend if you're a boy) just so you have someone your own sex/gender to relate to sometimes.
arkaid
7 years ago
" What difference does the fact that I'm a girl make to you all?

A man drawing porn is mundane.. even expected. A girl drawing porn is hawt :3~
phyrexfirestorm
7 years ago
-raises hand- agreed!
Malachyte
7 years ago
Hear hear!
NariFox
7 years ago
I also agree! It's even better if it's something really naughty, hehe. Twincest is pretty naughty! :P
TheRatKing
7 years ago
Doesn't bother me none.  Doesn't make it any more or less sexy; the story and art are lovely. :)
tonygreyfox
7 years ago
I find that the majority of the *good* erotic artists in the fandom are female. It's quite a collection, really. Generally they tend to create more emotional, less sticky erotica, which is awesome.
Malachyte
7 years ago
True. Though I do like a good porn comic that gets right to the point, now and then. They both have their place.
Zeikcied
7 years ago
When I first encountered a female who draws porn, I thought the idea was really hot.  But since then I've seen enough that it's kind of dulled the novelty.  Now it's just kind of like "Women like porn, too" and I move on.

One of the first things I saw of yours was the Minecraft Proposal series, so I've known you've got lady parts for a while.
Malachyte
7 years ago
*nods* Yeah, there really are more and more of them. It makes me happy, because I like that women are rising up in the "we look at porn too" department, but I do admit that I like feeling like I'm somewhat of a rarity. Ah well.
Zeikcied
7 years ago
I will say that I still find women who draw loli/shota hot. :D
Malachyte
7 years ago
Heh, seconded X3
specterHSC
7 years ago
The initial shock hits me sometimes but for the most part I really do not care about gender. If you can make a great story or incredible art thats all I need to add as a watch. It shouldn't matter what your gender is. At least not to me. Women have needs too!
AdamSki95
7 years ago
it doesn't bother me eather i still like your comics no matter what and your still a ice person to talk to we are all the same ad should be treated the same no matter what you are male or female

ps: love the new page XD
FoxyLover69
7 years ago
Gender means nothing to me. I watch a female writer as well. She writes some of the hottest gay male incest stories and her skill with English is impeccable. It makes no difference to me that you're female, I enjoy your work either way. :)
macavity
7 years ago
male or female doesn't really matter :-)
BunnyFoxglove
7 years ago
Actually a lot of females draw porn, especially in the fandom, and a lot of the best ones I've found are girls. As far as what it means to me... nothing really. Girls like porn just the same as guys like porn. Typically though I assume everyone is a guy until proven otherwise. I mean anyone can say they're a girl, but how do we know? Not asking for proof, just saying, the concept of it making a difference is kind of silly, since unless they get on voice or cam with you, you gotta take their word for it regardless. Or just disbelieve everyone and move on.

Either way keep up the great work! :3
thegwolo
7 years ago
I had always assumed you were female.
DeuceSwift
7 years ago
The only reason I like to know if someone is a male or a female is so I can use the correct pronouns when addressing them. :T
Arious
7 years ago
Um, actually until you mentioned it I thought you were a guy because I actually know a guy in RL who is named Spix, no joke, his parents named him Spix, so I simply assumed its a male name because of that until I realized by a few of your comments that your a lass.
Malachyte
7 years ago
Really? That's kind of awesome. I didn't know Spix was even a name!
Arious
7 years ago
Honestly either did I before I met him.
Niara
7 years ago
I honestly suspected you were female, or at least, that yourself as portrayed online was.  I tend to take these things at face value, personally, since however a person is presenting themself is how they wish to be known, so I don't pry.

As a female, it doesn't make much difference to me what your gender is or which way you lean (I'm unilaterally omnisexual, so no bias here...); you draw hotness and that's awesome.  I do generally like to know, so that I can refer to people directly, but in lieu of knowing a person's gender, I'll give them the gender noun appropriate to their character or online persona, since most won't fault you for that no matter the end result.

As long as you keep making awesome sexy twinscest, (along with your other arts as well, of course), I'm happy.

-Niara
daemonicusprince
7 years ago
If it's gay art I assume the artist is a dude, if it's lezbo art I assume it's a girl, straight art coin toss but I usually figure it's a dude, if I find out otherwise, my reaction is "huh." Doesn't really affect my perception of the art (it's always awesome), just a brief "I was wrong, I'll be damned" moment.

w00t for the creative juices dam bursting!  Been on a music-writing roll meself lately!
Malachyte
7 years ago
That's interesting. In the furry fandom, those guidelines make sense. But I started out in the anime fandom, where you can pretty much assume the opposite. If it's gay porn, a girl drew it (yaoi fangirl), if it's lesbian material, definitely a guy drew it (guys love girl on girl action), and straight pairings... still probably a girl, because they like romance more.
daemonicusprince
7 years ago
I think that makes sense in the fanfiction/literature realm as well, why do the gay guys always get the girls? ... *le sigh*
NariFox
7 years ago
If by "get" you mean attract them and have many female friends, it's probably because girls feel gay guys are "safe", aka they won't eventually try and get in their pants. Plus, they can talk about boys together! :P
daemonicusprince
7 years ago
I know it makes sense, but still... logic is cruel sometimes.
NariFox
7 years ago
Do you wish you had more female friends for the sake of their company and different opinion or because you want to try and get closer to them? If it is the latter then welcome to other guys' nightmares, lol... but I can say one thing: confidence is key. Also being or appearing in a position of power (like a job) or having really great skill in something (mechanic, IT, etc). It also helps to have female friends so that they can help you out to give pointers and also talk you up to other girls! Believe it or not, looks play importance but not as high as other things.
daemonicusprince
7 years ago
Both I guess, I was just speaking more broadly and generally.  I've never really felt a physical attraction to girls, that made me wonder if I'm gay, but I've never felt a physical attraction to guys either, I'm just sort of too nerdy to take the time to be social and get into the dating scene.  I finally got a basic job, got a lot of epic music skills and killer sense of humor that lots of people love, but I'm so anti-confident (to the point of destructive self-deprecation) it turns people off of deeper, more meaningful relationships of any sort.  I'm just going for sustainability at this point, putting off dating until I'm more secure and have a bit more free time, I just like to be too lazy to cultivate a deep friendship then whine when I don't have one :-p
NariFox
7 years ago
Well honestly that's a decision you have to make for yourself. It could be a gift and a curse in a sense because interpersonal experience on a deeper level is successful mainly through experience and making mistakes as every human does. But this also means you will be less likely to need personal refining in the future because you are focusing on bettering yourself now based on your own ideals about yourself. I actually feel happy/proud that someone else still even considers this bit before jumping into a relationship. As long as you try and whittle away that self-deprecating mindset and slowly gain more confidence in yourself, you will be more than able to snag a lovely individual when you're ready.
daemonicusprince
7 years ago
Thanks :3 was told by a coworker to watch Millionaire Matchmaker to get a sense of the music used, grabbed some random episode and the first one I got featured someone they described as a "lazy lion", thought "this is perfect!  a) I'm a lion, b) I've been too lazy, when I'm ready I gotta get motivated to be active instead of just waiting for stuff to happen."

Thanks <3
Malachyte
7 years ago
I agree with Narifox on that last comment too, actually. I used to have no attraction to anybody, and I guess you could say I was busy focusing on myself as a person instead. Once I started dating, that was when I truly learned what I do and don't like, so yeah, experiencing what's out there is really the best way to find out how you feel. Just remember two things: Dating doesn't have to be serious, so don't feel like you've committed yourself to something that you can never get out of for the rest of your life. That, and remember your age! I was very young and stubborn, and decided I'd found my one true love at age 19... and got married. That was a terrible mistake, and I really should have remembered just how much of my life I had ahead of me. There was no reason to rush into something so final, so early!
/advice (lol)
daemonicusprince
7 years ago
Valid, and thanks for real-world advice, but I think we should cut this off before the comment tree gets too tiny :-p
Malachyte
7 years ago
Ha ha, agreed!
firebrand0
7 years ago
It doesn't bother me either way. Some of my best RP friends that have no reservations are female. I make no assumptions about an author, although, more of the porn posted, is from males. But that doesn't mean anything about females being unwilling to make it themselves. Some of the best works DO come from the females!
Arious
7 years ago
What about we serious writers who use some sexuality but primarily as part of the story?
Malachyte
7 years ago
I don't think he's talking about people writing non-sexual stories. He's just saying guys draw porn more often, but girls draw it, too.
firebrand0
7 years ago
" Spix wrote:
I don't think he's talking about people writing non-sexual stories. He's just saying guys draw porn more often, but girls draw it, too.


I think Spix said it quite well. I was just saying that some of the more detailed stories come from the females, but not always. There is no assumptions made until it is spoken, then it is known instead of guessed.
Arious
7 years ago
Actually I was asking a question specifically, not saying that they were talking about people writing nonsexual stories, I was asking the exact question wondering about their point of view on that question.Author specifically denotes writer incidentally which is why I asked the question.  I happen to be a writer, however I do use sexuality in some of my stories, mostly those here on this site.  That does not mean I write porn specifically however often several items I write could be construed as being porn like even if they really aren't.  In either case I am a serious writer, but I believe in exciting the emotions of the reader and bringing across both the unusual or intense emotion which moves the reader and can ignite their passions in various ways.
firebrand0
7 years ago
Well, I don't feel there is anything wrong with using sex as part of a story myself either. I've done it as well. Here's a link to my Deviantart page. https://firebrand0.deviantart.com/ I've done coops with friends that have gotten quite deeply into each character's emotions, one of which isn't currently on my page, but my friends. https://shadowreaperx7.deviantart.com/gallery/24058903 Coop starts at When Worlds Collide. Be warned, it is a good story, but it's over a year long and just the coop is over 1gb of just text!
Skunkplush
7 years ago
I'm so gladcthat you continued the twincest comic, you're a marvelous artist ^_^

As for you being female? Well, personally, I have to know someone before I can potentially be turned on by them.
iFailed
7 years ago
with the amout of interest/demand for gay art i see on this site, i wasnt sure. but you always did come off as feminine in my book.

and it also cements (in my mind) why your having difficulty making your males "look" masculine. every girl in my old highschool art classes that could draw well, had really feminine looking male characters. which could be a big part of why you seemed girlish to me.

knowing your a girl isnt gonna change anything for me, as your still just an internet personality that ive yet to meet :P
Malachyte
7 years ago
Yeah, feminine guys is definitely a struggle for me still, ha ha. It's because that's the type of guy I find attractive in drawn media, so that's what I always like to draw, since it looks "right" to me. I really got into drawing when I started watching anime, and I definitely got into the girly-boy section of that, so yeah, all my skills of drawing males came from there, and now I have to ween myself away from it. So difficult!
PunkinPirate
7 years ago
Nope! No girls on the internet! :O

I had a feeling you were female, just based on the look of your work, but I've been wrong before! I thought Tsampikos was female for a long time! It never makes a difference of likeability of the art when I find out, just kind of like "oh, hmm."

I seem to follow a lot of female artists, though. I wonder why that is... probably just happenstance.
Dragonofdarkness
7 years ago
I prefer to know the real Gender of the Artist .. not for any fetish or it being more or less erotic .. but so I know how to address them rather than Assume ...
Also , it helps in case you'd want to develop a friendship Or more then that ... more often then not I've been sorta flirty with someone because their Sona was a girl or that Everyone Said She or Her when Addressing ... then I find out in the crappyest ways ...Like once I met a 'girl' that offered to pose for life drawing practice & I'm like Cool I could use some real anatomy  practice ... then the link to the pics open & BALLS ... >,< Dirty ones at that ....So after that I want to know the Gender of people online BEFORE that sort of crap LOL . but in this case I didn't know , I was honestly Watching because of the comic ^^ then I looked at your other work SOOooo I'm sticking around hehe ^^ .
   You know for some reason I've NEVER had someone thing I was a Girl ... & I've met Girls that have Male Sona's !!!
Malachyte
7 years ago
That made me lol XD
I always get confused when people have a female fursona, then turn out to be male. Not that I think it's bad, but I am momentarily and mildly shocked for a sec, before I fall back into things. The real confusion hits me when someone is a transgender, for example a guy who is now a girl. I have a hard time getting my brain to say "she" when I know they have boy parts, and then I unintentionally offend the person :c
Dragonofdarkness
7 years ago
yeah that Gets confusing too ^^
Kitani
7 years ago
For me I don't necessarily -need- to know the artist's gender to appreciate the art more. I do tend to like the art techniques of female artists better. Generally speaking (I know it's not true for every guy or girl) I find that female artists have more attention to the small details and the emotion of a piece, while male artists are more focused on the impact and sexuality of the art.
Personally, I find the more emotional / subtly erotic pieces to be my favorite, and more often than not those are the female artists...

In the long run though, It doesn't really matter to me whether the artist is male or female. I like the art either way. ^^

I do agree with some others here though. You've always come off as more feminine to me in conversation and such. Your fursona might not be the Poster-Girl for "Female Idealization" in the fandom (re; tiny waist, huge boobs, ghetto booty, sultry 'fuck me' expression) but I think it's wonderfully adorable! :D One of my favorites, actually. ^^

Girl power! XD *Fist pump!*
Malachyte
7 years ago
*fist pumps back!*

I definitely have a place in my heart for both types, really. I love a tomboyish character that's sporty but a little cute, as well as androgynous. But sometimes, I just want art like this.
honiberri
7 years ago
Well, for a number of biological and societal reasons, a female author is likely to have a better grip on relationships and emotions than a male, which makes me more interested in following a multipage comic by a female author and artist. Also, it means it's not likely to be all LOOKIT SIX PAGES OF CLOSEUPS OF COCKS AND VAGS UNF UNF UNF, which is an attraction. But that's just saying that a woman is more likely to produce something I'll enjoy reading than a man, not that an existing work is any better or worse if I find out afterward that a woman created it.
Malachyte
7 years ago
Yeah, I can see where you're coming from with that. I think it's because of the way female sexuality is wired, since it actually is quite different from a male's. Women have an extraordinarily difficult time becoming aroused by something they're not emotionally invested in, whereas males can be turned on without even thinking about sex (that penis sure does have a mind of its own, ha ha).
jayands
7 years ago
So, so true. Anyway, Spix, like I said in the other thread, it makes no never mind to me (I read a lot of shoujo manga, so I  definitely have no problems reading stuff written by women). I was merely curious about it, as I had a feeling.
KaciFox
7 years ago
I had a feeling you are female.  doesn't make a difference to me either way...  though I tend to assume most my favorite artists are female anyway.  Especially the ones that do the good porn.  90% of the artists I watch and really like there art are female.  
BigFurryMonster
7 years ago
I think you're absolutely brilliant regardless of gender but the fact that you're a girl just adds to the awesome. :)
NariFox
7 years ago
I don't have a preference for whether I like male or female artists/writers/etc because both sexes have proven to me that good things can come of it; though, females by nature tend to employ more emotion and tension while males tend to skip right to the point and juicy bits. I think both types of art, whatever the medium, can be good at the right times. But that's just my opinion.

I do for some reason enjoy when I know an artist is female and they draw taboo or really hardcore fetish art because it's honestly rare (for me) to know of a girl who is open about such "nasty" things. For guys, I just assume they're all totally dirt-minded, haha, so it's not as much of a surprise. But a female mastermind behind the extreme stuff, woooow. :3
Shokuji
7 years ago
I wasn't quite sure, but in the end it doesn't matter which gender you are. What matters is your personality/character/quality & talents/abilities. =3 You've always been nice, and I enjoy your art. ^_^ I'm actually happy that more females are happily drawing erotica, sorta breaks 'tradition' in a good way. Men & women are all human and we have sexual impulses, nothing to be ashamed of. =3
WolfieDMX
7 years ago
Doesnt quite bother me really, a bit suprising to find out you a girl drawing these sings x3 but nothing bad, kinda erotic I think haha, but hey, im Bi so nothing wrong there :P
dragoonhowl
7 years ago
haha my mate makes a lot of porn so I find it normal for girls to do that and most of the time I think it is better then what guys make but some guys are really awesome too ^_^
Masque
7 years ago
Just discovered your art today, having been +Faved by someone else on FA. So far, I love what I see. :)

I prefer knowing the artists' gender, just because it means understanding where they're coming from a bit more. Female artists also tend to draw more realistic girls in their art, something of a rarity among male artists. n.n

There are a few female artists I really enjoy following because of that. hbruton makes gorgeous characters in a realist style, while DecolorDomina uses pastels to make very soft-looking art. She also does lovely bondage/dominance play work. J3T just has adorable kitty-girls, while sanssouci tends to vary between abstract styles and more realist ones. RGibson doesn't put a lot of erotic work up, but has a really solid style. And dingbat is just squeee!

So, yeah. Girls may be outnumbered by the boys, but they tend to have lots of good art with more realistically shaped women.
undeademon
7 years ago
Holy crap that's a lot of comments, sorry to contribute too xD, oh and since I did read a bit before entering this, don't bother replying if you do, and don't be scared to do something your comfortable with...just be scare of the viewers xD, hell I'm scared thinking of it o.o...ew
KitSoone
6 years, 12 months ago
Ultimately, it doesn't matter, of course; I like your art - and that of anyone else - just as much before or after I know their gender. =) But I do have to admit that I do have an additional appreciation for girls who draw this sort of art. Admittedly, I suppose there is a facet of this sentiment based about the titillating thought of a girl being aroused as she draws such things. But even more so, I would say that I appreciate girls that are into - or even merely accepting of - this genre; it seems like a rare trait to be found. This would be a requisite attribute in any potential mate for myself (amongst other things as well, of course) as it's so much a part of what I do, but I still don't think that I've found anyone like that yet. I'm still on the lookout for a girl who would support me in this hobby and others, and still have a respectable personality as well. It's hard to come by. So, to all you girls that do fit this description, cheers.
TastesLikeGreen
6 years, 11 months ago
Sorry I never answered this journal, I kept meaning to but then getting distracted by shiny things. :P

Actually, as it turned out, I had learned you were female mere hours before you posted that journal because I saw a pic of you and your fiancé. But I had been assuming you were male, if for no other reason than you were doing a furry incest porn comic. Although, come to think of it, I'm pretty sure the artist who made Twincest in the first place was also a woman. Go figure. As for the reaction, well, loath as I am to admit it, my immediate response to figuring out the truth was "Whoa. Hot." How uncouth of me. n_n;

I guess it's just easier to think of the people who create porn for the Internet as guys, maybe it plays off better. Look at Blotch over on FA, that's a two-woman team but they actively encourage the misperception that the account is run by a single male.

Though I think the more notable part of the journal is your experience there with arting all afternoon without noticing the time. Getting completely wrapped up in what you love is a wonderful experience, isn't it? I know precisely how you feel, some days I can't write a single word that doesn't feel absolutely wrong, other days I'll sit down before dinner, crack my knuckles, and suddenly I've written five pages, it's dark out, and dinner is cold. n_n
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