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1) Bill K. 
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Thursday, 14 September 2017 02:11 AM Permalink

A Canadian, what then is merciless peril to you?
If the Gimp actress' body shows no bloody whip scarring in a whipping scene then is it merciless?
It isn't that I'm a fan of gore, which I'm not, but I have to see realism in gimp movies.
Same for gimp poser, manipulation and drawing artwork too.

I know poser programs have an app to dirty and scar characters a little or a lot because I use them yet I see that most poser artists don't use it.

Quoom dirties and scars his gimp a many a time and on other terrific poser artists like Kelderek's last interrogation post theres not a scratch on her.
Why is that?

A Canadian it's not scarring and gore but the merciless peril I'm a fan of and my thinking is you can't have merciless peril without blood and realistic scarring.
Bill K.
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