The nude body has intrigued many artists through the decades and therefore it's natural that there will be nude art posted on Shadowness in all art mediums. We have therefore some rules and requirements we would like you to follow:
> Keep it artistic. It means that your image has a concept and thought to arrangement or execution.
>Please use the description to explain your concept (idea) or thoughts about the image.
>Add the mature filter.
> No models under the age of 18
> No images that depict human or human-like characters having sexual intercourse or masturbation
> No depiction of body fluids of any kind (fake or real)
> No erect penis
> No vaginal spreading
> No sex toys or other things used as such
> No bestiality (human sex with animal)
If your image doesn't meet our requirements it will be scrapped/removed.
I think a lot of these rules should be obvious, especially the ones more explicit in nature. It's one thing I like most about Shadowness--other sites like deviantART will let you post *almost* anything as long as you mark as Mature. :/
not that I'd be so very into porn art... but at an art-site where gorey/bloody pictures (zombies, vampires, monsters and other creepy crreatures so dear to the post-modern youth:)) abound, the prohibition of 'body fluids' sounds a bit hypocritical to me... BLOOD IS ALSO A BODY FLUID! I'd like it a 1000 times more to see sperm or pussy fluid on a human body than blood and wounds ( applies as well to 'spread shots / erect penis' ... here you may show a headless zombie blood spilling from all holes to teenies - but if you dare to simulate a sperm drop on your girlfriends belly... beware of the internet ku-klux-klansmen!:))
I was wondering where I could find these rules. Thanks for posting this as I wasn't too sure with my first submission but TL;DR goes as long as it doesn't involve any sexual content (including spreading and erections, sexual bodily fluids) that works fine with me. :D