I Released A Video?! (Not Really. This is a Rant)

Not an update, but something that caught my eye a while ago. You know about those sites that promote 3D porn videos? Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, I ended up seeing my work on one of these sites.


First off, 10:37? Seriously? With that many cocks, I expect at least 20 minutes. Secondly, the main concern I have is that these websites are falsely advertised the works of various artists including myself as being videos and being a part of their site.  These scam sites are getting people into providing their credit card numbers to get access to videos that do not exist. It may say free, but once they have your info, you are in for some trouble. I would never give these sites my person information and neither should you.

I don’t have any problem with people posting my stuff on various sites as long as the logo is unaltered. But what I don’t approve is people charging you, the viewer of Intrigue 3D, money to see works that I have provide on this site for free. Sites like this or Adult Empire should not be getting your money. If you want to support the artist, then do so directly. Purchase their works from approved sites, get a commission from them or if they have a donate button, donate to them. DO NOT TRUST THESE SITES. If I ever approve of a site selling my work, you will hear it here first. If I ever do a video/animation, you will hear it here first. Otherwise, do not trust these sites at all!


2018-03-07T18:10:35+00:00February 3rd, 2013|Categories: General|16 Comments


  1. wildhawk February 3, 2013 at 2:21 am

    oh yes i already know about these sites iv seen many artists i know who only do pictures and these sites make it look like a video but i know there work and they dont make videos

    • Supro
      Supro February 3, 2013 at 3:51 pm

      That’s good that you know, but a lot of others don’t unfortunately. I wanna make sure people know I do not support any of those sites since only steal content from hard working artists.

  2. Derm February 3, 2013 at 7:34 am

    Hopefully your fans have enough common sense to know these are scams but thank you for the heads up. Speaking of supporting the artist, am I reading the commissions page right that if I request a pic, say Lana with no special background having sex with one or two tentacles, its only $15?

    • Supro
      Supro February 3, 2013 at 3:51 pm

      I hope so too.
      And you are correct about the commission. Though, depends on what the tentacles are doing since I have the right to refuse.

      • Derm February 3, 2013 at 8:36 pm

        hmmmm…..I might have to sketch out an idea or two and send it your way. I can kinda draw(not really but I like to think I can) I’ll send it though the commission page and is if its something you’ld do and work out the details there 🙂

        • Supro
          Supro February 3, 2013 at 9:56 pm

          Alright cool. Just so you know, I have others ahead of you. So send as soon as you can. Thanks!

  3. Zzomp February 3, 2013 at 11:19 am

    Look at that…I’ve done some video too?!? @_@

    I can’t believe someone with a working brain still give his credit card number to sites like this one.

    • Supro
      Supro February 3, 2013 at 3:49 pm

      There was someone a few days ago who commented on Affect3d, asking where to find videos from a particular artist. That’s how most of the sites get their business: From people who believe they really exist. There’s also the fact that these sites promote the membership as free, yet they get the money one way or another.

  4. PJ23 February 5, 2013 at 3:02 am

    I’ve notice this myself, it 100% scam site. I no idea were they get off using peoples 3D Artwork without asking first, it’s so damn wrong. They even don’t link back to the artist/s who made the artwork in the first place. I say that the site should be closed down for good and they should pay for stealing without asking first. I know these type of sites, they say it’s free but ask for your credit card just so they can prove your 18+ (what is bull), they take your credit card to steal money from your account, that’s the way they make their money.

    • Supro
      Supro February 5, 2013 at 2:05 pm

      I think they go by the internet creed: If it exist, it’s free. I think it’s bull of them to charge for content that isn’t theirs, let alone stuff that people do provide for free. I hope people learn not to trust sites like these and put their money into more productive things that support artists, not hinder them.

  5. fredfred5150 February 5, 2013 at 10:13 am

    Yea, who knew, zzomp, miro, supro, hitman, fullytank and many more did movies?

    I always find it funny when I see ads like the above pop-up, shame some get scammed by it

    • Supro
      Supro February 5, 2013 at 2:03 pm

      *Barney Gumble voice* I made a movie? 😀
      It is a shame. I hope the companies behind these scam sites are put out of business sooner rather than later.

  6. gimmie_your_load February 9, 2013 at 11:29 am

    Having had my own published erotica stolen and sold on Amazon without a penny coming my way, I feel your pain. Sadly there are lots of people who are more than happy to make a buck on content people like you and me happily provide for free!

    • Supro
      Supro February 9, 2013 at 2:49 pm

      That sucks. Were you able to complain to Amazon and get it removed?

      • gimmie_your_load February 9, 2013 at 5:38 pm

        Nope. Amazon really doesn’t care, they will force you to go the full legal route. They don’t own the content they sell, after all. Basically I would have had to get Literotica to go after the publisher, and they would be an anonymous non-entity. I asked around amongst other writers and apparently its just the price you pay for publishing free work online. Just means now I write something I think is REALLY good… I’ll hang on to it until I’m ready to publish for profit 😛

        • Supro
          Supro February 9, 2013 at 6:23 pm

          I see. I’m sorry to hear that. Hopefully, when you publish, it will wipe the floor from the stealer.

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