Apparently an Illustrator drew her own Mother in Sensual Arts! A crazy story reported by AnmoSugoi caught our attention, where an alleged NSFW art illustrator was accepting money from his mother’s boyfriend to draw her in sensual clothes…
Apparently an Illustrator drew her own Mother in Sensual Arts
It all started in the Spanish anime community, more precisely in a Facebook group called ADLG: Más Icónicos que el Gear5.
It all started when a profile named “Daishi Shirajama”, claiming to be the artist known as Keitoons Art, published a story that he was drawing his own mother.
On July 10th, the following post was made on Facebook:
“Oh man, my mom’s boyfriend paid me to draw this drawing of her, even showed me several pictures of her with/without clothes on. I was going to tell him to f*ck off, but he paid me twice as much.
Why do I feel bad??”
The message above was extremely confusing and crazy, according to him, this woman in his illustration would be his mother, in a sexy outfit, and he would have drawn her because his mother’s boyfriend paid him!
This publication reached 1,700 likes, more than 400 comments and shares, a few days later, he returned to drawing his supposed mother, and with the following publication:
“Days have passed since I made the drawing, I don’t know how to feel but I realized how attractive my mom is and she always walks around the house with very little clothes on. Seeing her like that sparked something in me so I decided to post more of her but this time on my own and try to sell them to her boyfriend.”
This publication has had less reach, but the story was shared beyond Facebook on several pages and on other Twitter profiles. Many were the ones who wanted him to show a photo of his mother, so that the crowd could check if it even matched the illustrations (which we know is not the case).
Is This Really the Artist?
The story went viral in the Spanish anime community, and suspicion arose as to whether the profile that made the posts on Facebook was really that artist who made the arts.
On facebook the profile that made the publications and created the story is called Daishi Shirajama, however, the profile on Twitter is of an illustrator called Keitoons Art, who has no sign of a profile on Facebook:
So some people saw this as proof that this Daishi Shirajama on facebook is a profile of a random person who took Keitoons art, as he is a small artist, and created his mother’s story.
Keitoons’ Twitter profile has no mention of his facebook, however, I found messages from him in Spanish from months ago, so he is a Spanish speaking artist and uses English to reach a wider audience.
Your Twitter profile only has 1 link, which is to your Pixiv profile. and it’s on his Pixiv profile that things open up more, because there he linked his Twitter accounts (which is the same above), and his Instagram.
It’s on his Instagram, there’s a post on his Instagram profile, on May 1st, showing him drawing, and it’s a TikTok video, and his TikTok profile is called @DaishiShirajama.
When logging into the account we have the following:
So yeah, apparently it was Keitoons himself who went to Twitter and revealed the story that the two illustrations above are of his mother, it could still be someone else impersonating Keitoons art, but some things indicate that it could be him.
The question that remains is, if it was really the illustrator, would he have done it to go viral and have his profile and consequently his most seen illustrations out there? Because if it’s all bait, it worked!
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