It's, uhh, pretty common for fairies to be depicted with butterfly wings, dude.
Oh man, you're right, it's totally a Western artist in a Western style! That's why his logo contains his nom de plume name in katakana and why it's drawn in a style that's very Eastern-looking. My mistake. It's not like she has two dozen pages of fanart on Pixiv or anything like that.
such biting sarcastic wit you wield
like we're all really going to do background checks for every piece of western-looking art. the "no western art" rule just cuts out the middleman and makes things easier for everyone
we got a new board for it for a reason--just put it there
It's not my fault plebs can't recognize katakana when they see them in plain view. The second one didn't even look remotely Western except for your own assumption on the basis of the character originally coming from Western media. If I tried to post it in /aco/ then I expect that I would - correctly - be told to take it to /e/.
And don't even try to tell me this one isn't Eastern, or I'm going to be forced to say you've never seen any characters designed before the year 2000.
These are also Tinkerbell, by the way. They should be deleted, by your logic. :^)
How have i not seen bondage fairies here.It deserves recognition.
>>I'm such an autistic faggot I need to bitch about sexy pictures that sorta meet the criteria but really don't...