AbyssalEros invades DeviantArt

After years of lurking silently on DeviantArt without an account, I recently joined the world’s greatest art community.

It was on my to-do-list for a long while, but somehow, I could never find the time to set up an account. However, recent events encouraged me to finally create one.

As you know, I am not only a writer but also a fledgling 3D artist, and for that, I need a portfolio.

While I personally give a shit about false morals, I took care not to show off images on my personal website which could be regarded by moralists as porn; I even set up an age-gate in front of my website to clearly indicate that my page includes content for an adult audience.

Apparently, that was not sufficient for at least one forum moderator at a certain 3D content store, who regarded my signature links to my website and to my Patreon page as a violation of their TOS and deleted them — after one year.

In my opinion, this decision was totally arbitrary, and the moderator even contradicted himself by telling me that linking to DeviantArt is allowed as it “covers a wide range of topics,” while Patreon would not be permitted due to the nature of my sites that are “strongly oriented towards the type of content that we cannot allow.” I am sure he did not even bothered to check my pages if I am really violating their TOS, or he would not have written such nonsense.

I learned my lessons long ago, not to argue with prudes and SJW more than necessary, as their minds are too limited anyway.

Now, enough rambling.

I herewith announce that the gates of my Realms have opened up on DeviantArt.

Check it out!

Sincerely yours,

1st place in 2020 Writers Halloween Contest

Well met, friends.

The last weeks were very stressful for me for various reasons.

I even forgot to inform you that I made first place in this year’s annual Halloween writers contest over at Renderosity.

Heartfelt demonic thanks to all who voted for my story. I am so joyful that so many liked my story version of this year’s theme of Costumes, Cauldrons & Concoctions.

All the winners are gathered within a Community featurette. I dare you to take a look at all the other contributions — the stories and everything else.

Personally, I hugely enjoyed reading Remedies from mikegothorp, but all the other entries are worth your time also.

And huge thanks to the staff at Renderosity and all the sponsors for staging this awesome annual contest.

I will post the story next year in English and German on my website, but until then, please check out the contest entry, Return of the Witches, at Renderosity.

Sincerely yours,