Normally, as a matter of policy, I usually refrain from criticizing someone else's work because sometimes I find it difficult to judge the work without making that I'm insulting to the artist.
Example it is easy for me to criticize episodes of Captain Planet on Youtube than Captain Planet fanart because I feel like I'm attacking the artist directly.
But in this case I feel I cannot be silent. As matter of habit I have a tendency to follow who is "liking" the content I post on DeviantArt as see what other users have in their favorites that maybe of interest to me. But then there are times I wish I hadn't!
What I about to tell is one of those times. About day ago, user Fuzzymon added three of my colorized "depictions" of the Sailor Senshi by to their favorites collection, so out of my own idle curiosity I looked into their collection aptly named "fetish art" before I saw my work I had the grave misfortune to come across the sickening sight of called "Unsatiable Girl" 1 and 2 by . To spare the disgusting details its basically an immobile female tub of lard, who looked like she had the same weight as a fully loaded M-1 Abrams tank, stuffing her face with enough food to feed the population of Los Angeles County for a year and still say she's hungry. Seriously, anybody who finds that somehow utterly attractive needs to have their fucking head examined! SICK BASTARDS!
I nearly wanted to vomit that was so utterly disgusting; and I thought the Brood Mothers from Dragon Age were disgusting. At least you get put those out their misery! But I don't know what turned my stomach more: the artwork itself or commenters who thought this was sexy and wanted more. Right now it is a bloody tie!
To be fair I had a small amount of users question my taste. But at least it retains the female form. I do draw the line when it becomes overly exaggerated (e.g. 'roid guts) then it loses its appeal. I also put my foot down when it comes to commenters. For example in one pic I posted a user said he wanted "fap to this," after looking up what fap meant, I shot back: More than I needed to know. I don't need to hear things like that because it just too inappropriate.
Well I'm through venting. Hopefully for my next journal I'll have something more upbeat.