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25th May '16 11:18:15 PM Assassin-sensei
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* The remake of ''VisualNovel/KikokugaiTheCyberSlayer'' removes the explicit sex, presumably opening the novel up to a new audience nine years later.
23rd May '16 8:53:33 PM Willbyr
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* The anime adaptations of the TYPE-MOON adult {{Visual Novel}}s ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'' (as ''Shingetsutan Tsukihime'') and ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' with the erotic content mostly toned down. It's noteworthy that sex is actually a mechanic that's important for the NasuVerse's magic system. It can be taken out of most routes without too many problems, but in the plots of Kohaku's route for ''Tsukihime'' and the Heaven's Feel route of ''Fate/stay night'', it wouldn't be quite as easy and probably take away some of the drama. Some plots/conversations might even flew over audiences' heads if the anime is their first exposure to the series because the sex elements are removed.

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* The anime adaptations of the TYPE-MOON adult {{Visual Novel}}s ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'' (as ''Shingetsutan Tsukihime'') and ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' with the erotic content mostly toned down. It's noteworthy that sex is actually a mechanic that's important for the NasuVerse's Franchise/NasuVerse's magic system. It can be taken out of most routes without too many problems, but in the plots of Kohaku's route for ''Tsukihime'' and the Heaven's Feel route of ''Fate/stay night'', it wouldn't be quite as easy and probably take away some of the drama. Some plots/conversations might even flew over audiences' heads if the anime is their first exposure to the series because the sex elements are removed.
20th May '16 9:47:54 PM nombretomado
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** Another LEAF work is ''VisualNovel/TearsToTiara'', which originated with the adult PC game. Later remade for the PS3 with (what is generally regarded as) superior character design. The anime then took the PS3's take on things.

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** Another LEAF work is ''VisualNovel/TearsToTiara'', which originated with the adult PC game. Later remade for the PS3 [=PS3=] with (what is generally regarded as) superior character design. The anime then took the PS3's [=PS3=]'s take on things.
20th May '16 1:43:30 PM advent_child
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* ''Manga/MakenKi'': The manga is drawn by Takeda Hiromitsu, who's a former hentai/doujinshi artist.



* Mayotama from ''Manga/ICantUnderstandWhatMyHusbandIsSaying'' is an in-universe example. He started off drawing {{Yaoi}}, but later switched over to {{Shonen}}.

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* Mayotama Youta "Mayotama" Tsunashi from ''Manga/ICantUnderstandWhatMyHusbandIsSaying'' is provides an in-universe example. He started off InUniverse example: he began drawing {{Yaoi}}, {{Yaoi}} doujinshi, but later switched over to {{Shonen}}.{{Shonen}} when he realizes he can't earn as much drawing amateur works compared to mainstream material.



* Takahiro Kimura, a character designer whose credits include ''Anime/GaoGaiGar'', ''Anime/{{Godannar}}'', and ''Anime/CodeGeass'', also did the designs for the ''Viper'' series of H-Games. Though considering ''Godannar'' could get pretty FanService-y at times...

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* Takahiro Kimura, a character designer whose credits include ''Anime/GaoGaiGar'', ''Anime/{{Godannar}}'', ''Anime/ShinkonGattaiGodannar'', and ''Anime/CodeGeass'', also did the designs for the ''Viper'' series of H-Games. Though H-Games, though considering ''Godannar'' could get gets pretty FanService-y heavy on not simple {{Fanservice}} at times...



* Now, why some of Creatro/RyokaYuzuki's roles are a {{Ecchi}} and {{Hentai}} in nature? It is because Ryoka-chan used to be a nude model prior to becoming a voice actress. But without the Rule34, though. Same with Creator/ChiakiTakahashi.

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* Now, why some of Creatro/RyokaYuzuki's Take a look at the roles are a voiced by Creator/RyokaYuzuki: it seems heavy with series chock full of {{Ecchi}} and (with at least one {{Hentai}} in nature? It is title), doesn't it? That's because Ryoka-chan used to be a nude model prior to becoming being a voice actress. But actress, Ryoka was a gravure idol who posed nude, but without Rule34 in effect; similarly, Creator/ChiakiTakahashi and Creator/YurikaOchiai have also done the Rule34, though. Same with Creator/ChiakiTakahashi.same, but have focused on voice acting full-time.
20th May '16 1:32:06 PM advent_child
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[[folder:{{Anime}} whose artists are/were {{hentai}} {{doujinshi}} creators]]

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* Inversions: some artists are more known for their ero-works than mainstream, but have also released mainstream works:

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* Inversions: some artists are more known for their ero-works than mainstream, started out drawing ero-based works exclusively, but have also later released mainstream works:



** Hiromitsu Takeda is more known for his hentai manga and doujinshi works. While his fame was earned by his style of drawing women climaxing -- the ''ahegao'' style -- plus some notable {{Netorare}} works; he authored a mainstream work, ''Manga/MakenKi'', which is his first non-ero work that eventually got an animated adaptation. Only time will tell if his resume will invert to a mainstream mangaka who was once known as a hentai mangaka.

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** Hiromitsu Takeda is more known for his hentai manga and doujinshi and manga works. While his fame was earned by his style of drawing women climaxing -- the ''ahegao'' style -- climaxing[[note]]The "ahegao" style[[/note]] plus some notable {{Netorare}} works; works, he later authored a mainstream {{Seinen}} work, ''Manga/MakenKi'', which is even garnered its own AnimatedAdaptation. While heavy on {{Fanservice}} and [[{{ecchi}} innuendo]], ''Maken-ki!'' pales considerably to the raunchiness of his first non-ero work that eventually got an animated adaptation.former works, focusing on action, comedy, and plot progression. Only time will tell if his resume will invert to a mainstream mangaka who was once known as a hentai mangaka.



** Tony Taka is the main illustrator for many of eroge developer Ciel's works such as ''Genmukan'', ''Sora no Iro, Mizu no Iro'', and ''After''. He is also the main character designer of ''VideoGame/ShiningTears'', ''VideoGame/ShiningWind'', and ''VideoGame/ShiningHearts'' (oddly enough, he was not part of the AnimatedAdaptation ''Shining Tears x Wind''). For some reason, Tony Taka rarely does the art for the anime/H-adaptations of the games he's worked with. His fame is so great that some adaptations falsely advertise him as the leading artist.

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** Tony Taka is the main illustrator for many of eroge developer Ciel's works such as ''Genmukan'', ''Sora no Iro, Mizu no Iro'', and ''After''. He is also the main These days, he's a character designer for the majority of ''VideoGame/ShiningTears'', ''VideoGame/ShiningWind'', and ''VideoGame/ShiningHearts'' (oddly enough, the ''Franchise/ShiningSeries'' (akin to how Creator/KosukeFujishima is a recurring character designer for the ''Franchise/TalesSeries''), beginning with ''VideoGame/ShiningTears'' (oddly, he was not part of the AnimatedAdaptation ''Shining Tears x Wind''). For some reason, Tony Taka rarely does the art for the anime/H-adaptations {{Animated Adaptation}}s of the games eroge he's worked with. His with: his fame is so great that some adaptations falsely advertise him as the leading artist.



** Similar to Shun Saeki, "Hisasi": multiple erotic doujinshi and manga until tasked with cover illustrations for certain {{Light Novel}}s, one of them being ''LightNovel/NetogeNoYomeWaOnnaNoKoJaNaiToOmotta''.



* ''Manga/MakenKi'': The manga is drawn by Takeda Hiromitsu, who's a former hentai/doujinshi artist. While heavy on [[{{ecchi}} fanservice and innuendo]], it pales considerably to the raunchiness of his former works and is more focused on action, comedy, and plot progression.

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* ''Manga/MakenKi'': The manga is drawn by Takeda Hiromitsu, who's a former hentai/doujinshi artist. While heavy on [[{{ecchi}} fanservice and innuendo]], it pales considerably to the raunchiness of his former works and is more focused on action, comedy, and plot progression.
18th May '16 1:53:37 PM Ezclee4050
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* 70s porn star Andrea True had a few hits in the disco era (most famously "More More More"), but this was actually an aversion, since she was open about her past and it was used as a marketing point for her.
13th May '16 8:10:19 AM Prfnoff
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* Several minor Japanese UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame makers managed to keep themselves going for many years by producing sequels to strip mahjong or similar softcore casual games, apparently to pay the rents while scrounging up the time. Examples include Creator/{{Jaleco}}'s ''Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai'' series, Kaneko's ''Gals Panic'' series, and Psikyo's ''Taisen Hot Gimmick'' series, each of which included at least one clean console version. (Additionally, in latter's case, the arcade version can be set in the service mode to run in "clean" mode.) Creator/{{Toaplan}} produced three strip mahjong games for no better reason than that the company was young and needed the money.

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* Several minor Japanese UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame makers managed to keep themselves going for many years by producing sequels to strip mahjong or similar softcore casual games, apparently to pay the rents while scrounging up the time. Examples include Creator/{{Jaleco}}'s ''Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai'' series, Kaneko's ''Gals Panic'' series, Seta's ''Super Real Mahjong'' series, and Psikyo's ''Taisen Hot Gimmick'' series, each of which included at least one clean console version. (Additionally, in latter's case, the arcade version can be set in the service mode to run in "clean" mode.) Creator/{{Toaplan}} produced three strip mahjong games for no better reason than that the company was young and needed the money.
13th May '16 8:05:52 AM Prfnoff
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* Several minor Japanese UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame makers managed to keep themselves going for many years by producing sequels to strip mahjong or similar softcore casual games, apparently to pay the rents while scrounging up the time. Examples include Kaneko's ''Gals Panic'' series and Psikyo's ''Taisen Hot Gimmick'' series, both of which included at least one clean console version. (Additionally, in latter's case, the arcade version can be set in the service mode to run in "clean" mode.) Creator/{{Toaplan}} produced three strip mahjong games for no better reason than that the company was young and needed the money.

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* Several minor Japanese UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame makers managed to keep themselves going for many years by producing sequels to strip mahjong or similar softcore casual games, apparently to pay the rents while scrounging up the time. Examples include Creator/{{Jaleco}}'s ''Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai'' series, Kaneko's ''Gals Panic'' series series, and Psikyo's ''Taisen Hot Gimmick'' series, both each of which included at least one clean console version. (Additionally, in latter's case, the arcade version can be set in the service mode to run in "clean" mode.) Creator/{{Toaplan}} produced three strip mahjong games for no better reason than that the company was young and needed the money.
7th May '16 6:22:08 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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Bleached Underpants is most common in BishoujoSeries, since most of them do assume the fan knows they were [[TheAnimeOfTheGame openly based on]] {{hentai}} games, but is obviously cleaned up for broadcast. While keeping the porn might stay true to form, it's much more lucrative to get the monies from TV while they can. In many cases, this removes the only thing worth watching. In others, the sex was an incidental or intrusive addition to make the early story more enticing, and reduces the amount of SelectiveSquick fans might have for the series. This is especially popular in "pure" {{moe}} fandoms that feed back into themselves, where later adaptations ''of'' the Bleached Underpants adaption also feature no scandalous scenes.

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Bleached Underpants is most common in BishoujoSeries, since most of them do assume the fan knows they were [[TheAnimeOfTheGame openly based on]] {{hentai}} games, but is obviously cleaned up for broadcast. While keeping the porn might stay true to form, it's much more lucrative to get the monies from TV while they can. In many cases, this removes the only thing worth watching. In others, the sex was an incidental or intrusive addition to make the early story more enticing, and reduces the amount of SelectiveSquick fans might have for the series.enticing. This is especially popular in "pure" {{moe}} fandoms that feed back into themselves, where later adaptations ''of'' the Bleached Underpants adaption also feature no scandalous scenes.
6th May '16 10:45:21 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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See also OldShame, RuleThirtyFour. HotterAndSexier is often the opposite of this trope. {{Fanservice}} is a more different kind of opposite.

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See also OldShame, RuleThirtyFour.RuleThirtyFour, RatedGForGangsta. HotterAndSexier is often the opposite of this trope. {{Fanservice}} is a more different kind of opposite.
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