neonnoble replied to your photo: Rule 63, otherwise known as We Want To Ogle At All…
I’m curious as to how you ACTUALLY would “Rule 63” Malphite or Kog’Maw.
For Malphite, he already has a humanoid masculine frame, so making him female would be easy enough. You’d just have to make her more muscular and angular and less… boob.
Kog, no idea. I dunno how I’d picture a female of his species. I’m not sure why you’d want to rule 63 him in any case, unless you wanted to add some sexy…
Rule 63, otherwise known as We Want To Ogle At All The Characters’ Boobs, But Only About Half Of Them HAVE Boobs. Fixed.
Hey kids, wanna buy some cats? Commissions ahoy.
I’d appreciate emails instead of tumblr messages, even for questions. c:
Gave up on the animation of this one a bit
For an Anon who asked for an Ahri
ask-ahriorb said: Well said. I hate how i cant play a game without female characters wearing stupidly 'light' armor or something. I mean, why would anyone make a character half naked, is there and reason plot-wise? Likely not. I'm not speaking for everyone, but i prefer my female characters with good, sensible Clothing. (p.s. im a guy)
Thanks! A reason for ‘light clothing’ plot wise? What if I turn the tables and make a game with a plot device where all men can’t wear anything but really tight thongs
bigdickcentral said: Why do you care so much about sexualizing in a video game or in anything at all. It doesnt bother me you do.
I care because I don’t like how my gender is dumbed down in so many places as nothing more than a pair of boobs with a butt attached. I pay attention to sexualisation in video games specifically because I play a lot of video games, and I’m really sick of being subjected to ‘Hey, the only thing that matters about you is your boobs!’ all the time.
Maybe the first step in making me feel like the media and my peers care about me and my gender as people rather than just a walking pair of tits is portraying my gender as people, rather than just a walking pair of tits.