two women and a man in a medieval fantasy setting
© Teresa Wymore

DIGITAL ART | ORIGINAL CHARACTERS | FANTASY | LGBTQ

Detail of the third cover image for a series of Darklaw Stories.

Consistency means maintaining the look of Rook’s ears, Avestine’s scars and sword, proportions to each other, and their skin and hair color. In coming stories, Kami loses her hands. Can I tell you the times I’ve written a scene forgetting where I was in the story and gave her hands?

Using 60+ layers allowed me to flip the image and move characters. I flipped it so I could show Avestine’s scar. I posted the early WIP on Twitter, shown below.

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So good to think ahead. Here's what happens when you don't.

Early in my husband's relationship with a woman, he was taken to the hospital for an urgent but not dangerous procedure. I took him. She arrived later. She wanted to be with us in the room, but only family, right? Without thinking, we said, she's his sister. Here's the problem.

His procedure required his nudity while they lanced an abscess near his genitals. The halting looks and unspoken questions from the staff make us bust out laughing now. So yeah, his sister stayed and held her brother's hand while they poked around his penis. LOL

Still, she likely would not have been allowed in the room had we been honest.

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So conflicted about this story. As a lesbian, I love the sexy woman and her activities. And most definitely your description of your corset 😉. But consent, even consensual nonconsent, is lacking. This man is a terrible human being. The woman may be, too. I can't imagine going into such a situation and not being clear with the woman about what's up. Your moment-by-moment anaysis of your feelings, however, is wonderful.

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Teresa Wymore

Teresa Wymore

Power & sex • Medium Top Writer LGBTQ • Fantasy, Erotica, Art • Polyamorous ⚢ spanker, empty-nester ❤️ CrossFit | twitter.com/teresawymore | she/her