I never considered this pairing. lol
But what about Kurami and the elf girl (forgot the elf girl's name)? They're pretty much a canon pairing. xD
Also, I love how NGNL's author is Brazilian, since I am too.
And I still have to watch NGNL Zero.
@Random Wanderer That makes sense. I'm not familiar with the series, so I just did a cursory search of Jibril art prior to making the comment. The rainbow highlights are less rigorously defined in some images than others, which led me to conclude pink/purple is her natural color.
I like how Nozomi grabs Maki's shirt, how she's half naked when the other two are fully dressed,
how both of their hands seem to caress her there…
I like that feral look in Eli’s eyes and I can hear Maki gulping, trying pointlessly to hold herself back and look composed…
The position they’re in is extremely arousing…
@Bellalizz I'm not sure what you mean.
@juanelric In case you want to add something and nobody posted after you yet, I'd politely ask you to edit your comment instead. If you're afraid people will miss edit, you can delete your previous post and repost it with bonus stuff. I often do that when I make some important edit I don't want people to miss and my post is still last in thread. Posting few comments in a row clutters both image thread as well as image page, and in general is just seen negatively.
Posting few comments in a row clutters both image thread as well as image page, and in general is just seen negatively.
Wha? That's news to me. If a new idea occurs to me after making my initial comment and the new idea is sufficiently separate from the idea(s) in my initial comment, then I'll post the new idea in a new and separate comment.
I've personally never regarded the posting of separate contiguous comments by the same author as a negative thing. In my head, the comment differentiation is like the author taking a huge breathe and switching trains of thought. Then again, I don't pay much attention to the topology of threads for aesthetic evaluation anyway.
I guess I can understand the cluttering dimension, though. If a thread contains 50 comments and 25 comments are contiguous posts from a single author, then readers are less likely to consume the surrounding comments, especially if the contiguous 25 occur first.