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Mouse
07-27-2007, 05:41 PM
On the web there are several kissybooks. Basically someone paints one side of the panel and another person paints the other side of the panel.

A link for an example - http://gallery.kissybook.net/gallery.html

Let's see favorite kiss poses. At the end, someone can gather it into a flash book. An ArtRage kissybook :-)

D Akey
07-27-2007, 07:06 PM
That's really sensational art!
I'm blown away.

screenpainter
07-28-2007, 04:55 AM
Thanks Mouse, a very cool idea. The illustrations people submitted were awesome.

shirly
07-31-2007, 12:57 AM
GREAT IDEA!!!!!!!!

tomzuk
08-01-2007, 10:31 PM
Long long time ago I was made flashbook. But I can't place link in this post.


In order to try to prevent spammers, we do not allow our users to post URLs in any form until they have posted at least 10 legitimate posts...

If our "MASTERS" agreed this idea, maybe I can help.

D Akey
08-02-2007, 04:24 AM
So post some more or e-mail Andy Rage.

We has serious spam problems with pornography, and it was very disruptive.

This rule was made to prevent spambot hacking programs from automatically gaining entrance and fouling the board with garbage.

You can see that, can't you? Can't quite tell from the thickness of your Mad Max glasses.
:lol:

Welcome, human.

Aged P
08-02-2007, 04:51 AM
Welcome back Tomzuk,

Just saw your stuff on the Highlight gallery.

Phil

ÄlveKatt
08-02-2007, 07:19 AM
We had problems with porn spammers at the Space Opera roleplaying open wiki where I and other fans of the game write supplements for the game. The admin just set a password and made a page with the password in one of those images that spambots can't read. Abrakadabra, the wiki hasn't had any spam since. And the wiki is still open to edit to anyone who happens to come by, not even an account needed. Just find the secret word, which is very easy as there is a clear and nononsense link to it with an explanation on the frontpage, and it still keeps the spammers out.

It won't keep a human spammer out of course, but those are so infrequent that there isn't really much job cleaning up after them and banning their IPs. Haven't been one spam incident since the password was put up, in fact. The admin hasn't even needed to change it.

I've seen people in forums reply to spams with comments like "Get out of our forum you ******* spammer!" which is kind of pointless. The post was in 99.99% probability made by a spambot operating from the computer of some poor chap that thought "Bah, I don't need any darn Antivirus" and now sits there wondering why his computer and internet is so damn slow all of a sudden when all it's resources and bandwidth are used by that pesky hidden spambot who made a little cheer when it saw a computer on the net without Antivirus and promptly infected it.