Am in, I do my irl Photoshop cut in half me
I wholeheartedly support this idea as I'm deeply into seeing real women and children acting like they're dead in movies and tv.
As for the name, you could name the site darkchan or hadeschan as a way of connecting it to the dark theme of having women and children on tv and movies having bad stuff happen to them.
Anything Loli related couldn't do (not because of person bias but wanting of no legal issues)>:)
I would also need a few people who design websites (preferably moderators from here) so that it could be set up in a way that resembled Gurochan but was different. It would require some people who know their stuff.
Also, as to be expected >:D I would link a shit ton a newer shit>:)
I would be down for this. I like realistic (but still fake) gore.
I don't have the skills you are looking for much, but I would support and frequently visit the site.
Sites that do not allow loli are on every corner of the internet already so not much use from one more.
also, the amount of movie gore is quite limited for the dedicated site.
so it would be a much better idea if it would include real gore as well as loli stuff and also fictional gore, with one catch that it would be not sexual to avoid legal issues and complaints.
it is totally fine to torture and kill children as long as long as there is no sex and if you do not put that into sexual context nobody can even complain in principle.
I do gore photoshops, but don't know any site that would let me post them. Can't find a single law against it, unless of course you "threaten" someone (like Photoshop a celeb cut in half with half their face ripped off and caption it 'what I'm going to do to you')
But yeah, I've done requests for friends for Halloween, one of my friends ripped almost in half "by her hung boyfriend" like the waitress in family Guy, some celebs who survived in horror movies as a post credit death..
I'd love to post them somewhere.
Hmmmm. Im curious to see these, as I do similar manips in photoshop myself.
I'm actually currently still looking to launch this. Recruiting some backing from others. Want it be awesome.
Well I'm dying for a place to post.
I find it odd that there is literally no law against it, in fact you can legally watch actual people dying, view crime scene photos, etc... Buuut... Fake fantasy images make sites afraid of the law?
Has anyone ever in the history of ever found a law about it?
As far as I can tell, only images depicting minors is illegal even in fiction and illustration. Gore, not so much.
Sounds like great idea. Any clips from mainstream or fringe movies are golden in my book.
yes social standards are pretty strange, I have seen a video of a teenager being chopped into pieces alive all on the open internet and children being beaten by their mothers but putting nipples of the toddler on display will be considered deadly crime so be sure that when child is being chopped into pieces no accidental nudity will show up LOL
Afaik, such a site already exists:http://www.princes-horror-central.com/allclips.htm
It doesn't really have any view online support though. The site is kind of clunky but it does the job if you ask me.
If you still want to make this site, here's my 2 cents:
As far as hosting such a site, it wouldn't really require more than a PC with a decent CPU and 10TB of storage. Bandwidth would be the bigger issue here... and also the upcoming EU copyright shit.
If I were you I'd probably look for a more professional (but costlier) option in Romania (best internet for the price and usually unlimited bandwidth - I get over 950 Mbits download and 450Mbits upload for under $10) , Hungary or Russia.
I've looked a bit at professional hosting options in my country...
A professional hosting solution would average around 45 euros in my country it seems. https://www.hostx.ro/gazduire-site/hosting-reseller-gazduire-SSD-linux.html
A ghetto setup would still cost you:
-a good enough server with plenty of storage: ~$600
-a domain name: $?
-$30/month for internet, electricity and maintenance
Thank You bro, need to think about the overhead.>:)