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two girl in tar trap by sakuchaoran two girl in tar trap by sakuchaoran
this one was done about an idea given by the story of a user from another web site.
these two girls are one against the other. the 1st (with the skirt) has launched the other in this trap, but fall in after =D
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sakuchaoran Mar 17, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks, but it's have been done with daz 3d , some time agon, not really 3d ^^. i stop to use this software to focus on drawing and colouring ^^
by the way, thank you for the comment ^^
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:iconikibosan:
Well, the results are delightful
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sakuchaoran Mar 17, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks ^^ glad you like it :3
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:iconalexcdavi1:
That isn't "Hot" tar Right?
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sakuchaoran Aug 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
nope, cause it's sticky. i've heard somewhere that hot tar is less sticky, and quite like therapeutic mud
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:iconalexcdavi1:
Its also a good way to cause someone a lot of pain.
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sakuchaoran Aug 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
a lot of pain ? ^^ not really. this is mostly a kind of humiliation. i'm not masochist ahah (^w^)
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Ever hear of getting tar and feathered, its painful like you wouldn't believe. It was really a form of torture. They poured hot tar on your naked body (ouch), which would give you burns, and then poured feathers on top of that (to add insult to injury) and threw you out of town.
When you tried to peel the tar off, you would peel off your skin. You’d be in severe pain. Other towns would see what had happened to you, and wouldn’t help you. Basically it was a death sentence, because the burns would get infected and there was no penicillin.
The Wikipedia entry says this about the burns caused by the hot tar:
First degree burns are sustained after a split second contact with a material that is about 70 C (160 F). The same is also sustained after thirty seconds of contact with 55 C (130 F) material. The tar of that period was of such a quality that it only melted at about 60 C (140 F). At temperatures of 60 C (140 F) burns can be created with a three second contact.
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sakuchaoran Aug 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
oh ok, i didn't view tar like this ^^. by the way, even if all you say is right and drive to think of that, i'm only a draw artist ^^ and not a butcher, an executor or something like that ^^.
even that, i keep all you say in mind . thanks for these precisions =)
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