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26th Mar 2011, 9:02 PM #21
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Violence, sex, profanity - all are freely available everywhere. I don't see how you can be pushing any kind of limit, unless you're trying to promote kiddie porn or something? Like everything else which might grab a few readers, they've all been done to death, badly.
26th Mar 2011, 9:55 PM #22
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DING! And dong!

Apparently it's remains from an old host's TOS.
If I'm not mistaken, you can now draw porn if you feel like it, as long as it's legal.
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27th Mar 2011, 5:05 AM #23
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Fern:You should check out Jess Fink's work, especially Chester 5000 XYV. It's that kind of drawn porn that is so well executed that it becomes "erotica." Not to mention there's an actual story behind all the NSFW shenanigans.


I am love love loving that Chester 5000 comic. Thanks for showing me that Fern!

Arden:Violence, sex, profanity - all are freely available everywhere. I don't see how you can be pushing any kind of limit, unless you're trying to promote kiddie porn or something? Like everything else which might grab a few readers, they've all been done to death, badly.


Not trying to promote anything illegal here, I'm just interested in seeing whose pushing the envelope as far as ComicFury web-hosting is concerned...

FPB:DING! And dong!

Apparently it's remains from an old host's TOS.
If I'm not mistaken, you can now draw porn if you feel like it, as long as it's legal.


Thanks! And Thank You!!! That's really all I was looking for with his thread, all though I discovered some interesting new webcomics... -So bonus points pour moi!!!!
28th Mar 2011, 4:55 PM #24
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Stupid question: could you define the difference between "Adult Content" and "Pornography"
29th Mar 2011, 6:21 AM #25
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dumok:Stupid question: could you define the difference between "Adult Content" and "Pornography"

Pornography is something drawn/written just for the sake of causing arousal. As someone said, can't remember whom, "If you're no longer interested in it after you're done fapping, it's porn."
Adult content is any content unsuitable for minors or sometimes just for younger audiences, e.g. a certain degree of violence, crude language, sexual themes, etc.
As pointed out in the previous posts, though, both appear to be fine to host here, as long as you make it clear what readers are in for. If you're going to make a porny comic, consider putting a warning on your home page to complement the content tags.
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29th Mar 2011, 11:48 AM #26
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dumok:Stupid question: could you define the difference between "Adult Content" and "Pornography"

Pornography is something drawn/written just for the sake of causing arousal. As someone said, can't remember whom, "If you're no longer interested in it after you're done fapping, it's porn."
Adult content is any content unsuitable for minors or sometimes just for younger audiences, e.g. a certain degree of violence, crude language, sexual themes, etc.
As pointed out in the previous posts, though, both appear to be fine to host here, as long as you make it clear what readers are in for. If you're going to make a porny comic, consider putting a warning on your home page to complement the content tags.


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29th Mar 2011, 12:52 PM #27
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I'm sure that was totally punintentional.....
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6th Apr 2011, 1:32 PM #28
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Hahaha... /cough/ Alright. I have to say I'm really glad these flags are here on ComicFury. When I signed up (yesterday) I immediately felt relieved, because I didn't need to hold back for the violence, nudity and stuff.

And porn is allowed? Hahaha! Seriously?
27th Jun 2011, 6:06 PM #29
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I know a lot of people think I cross the line with my Necreshaw comic, but in truth, I don't do anything that you wouldn't see in a rated 'R' horror movie. I was always a big fan of the 80's style horror flicks. Not so much the 'buckets of blood' ones, but ones like John Carpenter's 'The Thing'. As great of a movie that that was, most critics didn't like it. Oh well. All the same, those are my favorite kind of movies and I try my best to manifest that style in the comic world.

But mostly I do it for fun. :)
27th Jun 2011, 11:09 PM #30
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Starting out on Down in the Dojo, this at first seemed a weird consideration. I mean, there just aren't any nude G.I. Combat heroes out there. But, I will be implying sex down the road. And implying violence.

Frankly, I will have to imply and reference offscreen violence and sex a lot. It's part of the challenge I find interesting.

Language, since the strip is dialogue heavy, is another matter. I don't like to cuss much myself, except damn and hell which are the greatest English words ever invented.

So I've adopted a simple standard:

If the characters are "on air," then the traditional bleeping method will be simulated with the classic comic convention of !@#$ing up words with !@#$. I always liked that as a kid. My mental cussing was dirtier than whatever the writer wrote, I figured.

If the characters are "off air," then it's fair game if the character would say that. I've written out fifteen scripts now, and only one will have dirty language un!@#$ed up thus far. I don't know if there's a way to just flag a single strip for content rather than the whole strip, though.
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27th Jun 2011, 11:48 PM #31
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Pale Horse:Starting out on Down in the Dojo, this at first seemed a weird consideration. I mean, there just aren't any nude G.I. Combat heroes out there. But, I will be implying sex down the road. And implying violence.

Frankly, I will have to imply and reference offscreen violence and sex a lot. It's part of the challenge I find interesting.


I have the image of Dark Helmet "playing with his dolls again". Now there's a good way to imply sex and violence. :D
28th Jun 2011, 12:24 AM #32
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Arden:Violence, sex, profanity - all are freely available everywhere. I don't see how you can be pushing any kind of limit, unless you're trying to promote kiddie porn or something? Like everything else which might grab a few readers, they've all been done to death, badly.


Not trying to promote anything illegal here, I'm just interested in seeing whose pushing the envelope as far as ComicFury web-hosting is concerned...


Actually, one of the earlier webcomics hosted here was a pretty explicit loli manga, we put an end to that pretty damn fast. (And by "we" I mean kyo, I wasn't talking to that guy.)

EDIT: Haha, I just noticed someone already linked to me telling that story. NVM.
28th Jun 2011, 9:07 AM #33
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Get the 12" tall action figures. They're nude though not always completely anatomically correct so I don't show genitalia. I show them topless all the time. But then that's the exploitation cinema I'm writing about. I've gotten sick and tired with how undressed people are protrayed in movies so I decided to do stories where I show what some are so loathe to display. Topless gladiators and indestructible robot females. I did all the work on those custom chests and the like I might as well show it off.

For Down in the Dojo you can try your sculpting skills and remove the molded on clothes from your little guys. I've seen it done. Get out the Dremel mototool and go to town. You can also make an armature and sculpt a nude form.

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29th Jun 2011, 12:42 AM #34
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sgtbravo:For Down in the Dojo you can try your sculpting skills and remove the molded on clothes from your little guys. I've seen it done. Get out the Dremel mototool and go to town. You can also make an armature and sculpt a nude form.



Down the road that might be an interesting experiment to try... and maybe make custome ones, too, for folks that didn't get made in the short-lived line...

But way, way down the road. Thanks for the thought.
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29th Jun 2011, 12:51 AM #35
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I have a comic coming up with a couple of explicit sexual content type panels. (Erm, something along the lines of carpet munching...)
Think I should censor them a bit?
29th Jun 2011, 1:20 AM #36
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Strychnine:I have a comic coming up with a couple of explicit sexual content type panels. (Erm, something along the lines of carpet munching...)
Think I should censor them a bit?


no. just flag it.
29th Jun 2011, 6:10 AM #37
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But to me all that stuff (sex, violence, language) can be even worse if it's overused than if it's underused. Using it unnecessarily eventually causes you to cross back into juvenile again. I'm still trying to master the art of it myself.


lul I've seen some comics that are all just language, it's not even funny at all. It sure is difficult to find that border between 'cussing little kids' and nuns. I generally keep it down to one curse for one comic, but I only use language every so often. That'd be funny if someone wrote a tutorial about this...
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I might have a comic in the works that involves frontal nudity and sexual content (with strong language naturally going along). As for violence... well... it might be limited to angry women hitting men with wooden mallets they pull from out of nowhere... :)

I just hope this comic site has some kind of disclaimer system that works on every page... or at least forces the user to to the home page without directly linking them to the comic pages themselves.
6th Jul 2011, 12:19 AM #39
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You can create an extra page containing whatever message you want, and then set that as the homepage for the comic.
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Cyborg_572:You can create an extra page containing whatever message you want, and then set that as the homepage for the comic.


So if a reader wants to go directly to a specific comic page he will still be taken directly to the home page first?
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