Something in the Water Ch. 1 to 4

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An alien lands in a lake near a small town in the 1950s. The creature experiments on the population, starting first with human reproduction. No family is safe. Stay away from the water.

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  1. Lobria

    I feel I’m mix with this art. Sometimes it looks great and sometimes it looks great. I feel the problem is that the mom’s in this don’t look anything that I picutre in my head. Another thing Mothership the art looks so much better. I wish it looked more like that. We finally get to the teacher and boy to me that was a let down how she looked and the shots that were used. Barely any close up or non at all. Close ups to me are important with Illustrations for this cause to me seeing there faces is what makes it hot. But we barely get anything for this. Also the art work is hit and miss for me compared to his other work. I will drop by every once in awhile but that last chapter with the teacher. The way she looked and the way it was drawn far away made me want more. A little disappointed. But I will be optimistic about this and hopefully for me at least would be better. Take care Rawls.

  2. Anteater

    Love chapter 4, Caroline Rogers looked amazing.

  3. Anteater

    Chapter 3 was good. I have got nothing else to say.

  4. xpoolhalljunkie

    My favorite story, aside from maybe the Stone 🙂 And this art matches for me – I love it!

  5. MsOedipusSex

    Redoxa’s work is great and all, but there’s just something weirdly incongruent with using CGI to illustrate a story set in the 50’s. Also the proportions on the mother’s are more “rubenesque” (and not in a very flattering way) rather than “MILFY”. If this story does ever get rebooted, my vote is for Nick Eronic (his Anything for Robby re-do is great in that it reinvigorated the 1950’s vibe which was missing in the original Betty Is A Pushover).

  6. Dannny

    This was always my favorite story of yours, you just took it up a notch. The illustrations are a great addition! Can ‘t wait for the next chapter!

  7. Simon S.

    This used to be my 3rd favourite story. Now its definitely my first.

  8. Holyx

    Hey Rawly there some issues with Chapter 2 pictures. Towards the end, there a horizontal white line through the last few pictures. Also why does the coloring look so different. At the beginning were the colors looks faded on images and towrds the ends they look more colorful? The more colorful images looks better to me though.

    1. Rawls

      The white line problem is a known issue with some of my pdfs, you can get rid of those lines by viewing the chapter in a different PDF viewer.

      As for the color change, pay attention to this line in the story: After a minute, her mind began to return to her. She smiled down at her clean-cut teenager. Sweat
      stung her eyes. She was a fool to have fought this. Anything that felt this akin to heaven, must be
      God’s good work. She gasped for air. “It’s like … uh … I’m seeing the world in color … for the first …
      time.”

  9. fcbfan0000

    Something in the water part 2…. Another masterpiece by Rawly and Redoxa! Combining you two in the same team, is like having Michael Jordan and LeBron James playing together. Hope you continue to do more stories with Redoxa.. He’s my favorite illustrator. Keep it up!!

  10. Kuanyang

    The 50’s are really back. The almost sepia overtones work great for giving it the feel of another time.

    My only nit is that the coloration doesn’t always match the description. Most glaring was page 16 talking about her emerald green circle skirt with the illustration right there showing a floral rose pattern without emerald green and none of the folds you’d expect in a circle skirt. The described blue blouse was instead closer to the emerald green that the skirt was supposed to be. It was enough to pull me out of the story for a moment. The figures, however, are dead on.

    Page 22, 4th paragraph down – “she turned off one burned” should probably be “burner”.

    1. Rawls

      Appreciate the feedback. I’ll try and do a better job of altering the text to match the illustrations in future chapters.

      1. Kuanyang

        Apologies, I hope I’m not overstepping my bounds with the feedback.

        One question, why adjust the text instead of the illustrators matching it instead?

        1. Rawls

          It’s totally fine. I truly appreciate the feedback.

          For Redoxa, because of the 3D medium, he is somewhat limited to what already exists in the software. For this story, he is building a ton from scratch, but I want to help him out by adjusting things where possible.

          1. Kuanyang

            Totally makes sense now. I didn’t realize he was limited by the software – his work is amazing.

  11. greatwhiteape

    I adore how this came out. Linda’s short statue is perfect! Just how I pictured her. Redoxa nails it again.

  12. Simon S.

    Adding the images two on of the best stories here is amazing!

  13. Rilian

    ayyyy one of my fav stories!! super hyped for the atmosphere the illustrations promote, really love the flashback to old-style interior design

  14. tuff1160

    just love seeing hot moms take their sons massive evergrowing cocks ❤️🤤

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