Abraxa's Garden of Sadistic Delights, submitted by Pantserton. People who consider themselves to be true artistes are just as capable of producing stupid fetish art as anyone else. Abraxa's Garden of Sadistic Delights combines the sensibilities of a Hot Topic version of R. Crumb with the style of a rushed animatic for Rugrats.
As a youth, Abraxa was a boy made out of sugar, spice, and everything nice.. but secretly he would hide below the garden shade dreaming of many things that others would consider "quite repulsive and nasty". He would dream of himself as a boy or a girl or any stunning variety of magical creature, he would dream of being gobbled up by hungry trolls or giant slugs, he would imagine what it would be like to have a vicious ogre squeeze the piss out of him and then crush him into a sticky messy pulp, he would dream of being shoved into a cooking pot as a feast for witches, and on and on... he would dream of delicious ways to be brutalized and pass the time masturbating to these dreams in musty old cupboards, basement rooms, and the like.
Abraxa draws crude vore, unbirth, crushing, and various other types of the sadistic fetish art we've all come to know and love. If anything, the content of the site is shocking in how uterrly routine it is. Throw in some furry art and maybe some bad amuptation Photoshops and you've got pretty much all of the bad fetish porn covered.
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