Occasionally, Met-Art deletes the photo sets of some models.
I assume this is probably done at the request of the model.
But I found that one photo set of the model named Anita C at Met-Art has been deleted.
The photo set is named "Chariye", originally posted 2014-04-26.
Anita C has plenty of other sets at Met-Art (and Femjoy and MPL Studios and many other sites), so I don't know what the reason would be for deleting this particular set.
I rejoined EB as part of a special with Watch4Beauty. The EB site has had a slight freshening, but I'm not terribly impressed with the most recent content. First, it is all "B" roll! It seems as though these are sets of slightly less attractive models or, if mainstream models, slightly lesser quality sets. So they may not have been good enough for the main site, Met Art, when they were taken. Second, it is an odd collection of old and new sets. I recognize several models that retired back around 2008 or earlier and here they are in "new releases" this month with different names and the exact same look. A few models have sets from 2007 and new sets in 2014 and they look exactly the same...because they are old sets just being released now. (To their credit, EB lists the age of the model when the sets were taken, but I don't think those ages are accurate.) That usually only happens because the set was not rated very highly back when the model was popular but now, what the heck, who cares, release it! Fourth, some sets of once popular models might be a bit off because when these sets were taken, these models were very near retirement. There are a few sets where I looked at the model, recognized her and although she was still very attractive, she was several years older than she was at her peak. My typical male reaction was "Wow, what happened? She used to be really hot!" There is nothing that reminds you that YOU are getting old more than images of a favorite model showing that SHE is getting old. Depressing. There are also a few sets from the time before a popular model perfected her look. A lot of eastern European girls took a little time to perfect their looks and some of these sets are the "before" pictures. And lastly, releasing a set in 3 parts is positively annoying. There is no reason for this other than to string us along and get more money. Many Met Art sets have 120-160 images in them. These EB sets usually have 40-60 images spread over 2-3 or more pages of 20 images a page. They either do that to minimize load on their servers, or to make it look like there are more images. Either way, its a really cheap trick!
This site is still better than a lot of others out there, but it is really unfortunate when a good site goes mediocre.
I have a long term subscription to Met Art and although a few sites in their affiliation group are discounted or sometimes free for trial periods, many of the sites that were once $10 a month to Met-Art members are now full-price. So ED is $29.00 as of the date of this note. That's really too bad as I used to join an extra site in the network every month or so. At $10 or $15, I wouldn't think twice before joining. At $29.00, these sites are competing with literally every other site on the Internet and this network usually loses out on the opportunity to earn my subscription money as I'll chose some other site I have not been a member of before. If anyone finds a discount, publish it here!
I'd let my membership of TLE lapse as the quality of the photo sets in particular had slipped a bit and they only release 2 films per week. However, I decided to rejoin for a month.
The bad news is that the photo sets are still a bit down on what they were a year or so ago.
The good news is that they have stepped up the release schedule. They now do 3 films a week (instead of 2), and release a photo set every day (they used to do photo sets on the days that they didn't do films). So thats 3 films/7 photo sets instead of 2 films/5 photo sets.
I don't think its enough for me to become a long term member, but I'll definitely dip into it more often.
Email offer to join Domai and GoddessNudes for $9.96.
Check your in box or spam box for discount membership offer from Domai and GodessNudes.
Got an email offer to join Domai and GoddessNudes for 4.98 each for 1 month.
Each site will renew automatically at $9.99/month.
Have to sign up for both sites for total of $9.96, can't choose just one site for $$4.98.
In recent months they have been splitting their photo sets up in to 2 or 3 parts so instead of a complete photo set every day you now only get a half or third of a photo set for your daily update and usually have to wait 1 to 2 weeks to complete the set. A disappointing development for one of my once favourite sites.
First of all I have to say that I joined this site thanks to a 1 day free trial offer, so I cannot complain much since I didn't pay for it.
The reason I joined was, basically, to get access to the videos by some of my favorite girls, in particular Little Caprice (Caprice A in this site) and Blue Angel. And so I was a little dissapointed to see that there were only to videos of each, and although they were in fact highly erotic and extremely well filmed, well, I was expecting more.
During my 1 day free trial, of course, I also browsed and downloaded pictures and videos from other models, but I have to say that, after a while, and if the models didn't seem remarkable enough, it all started looking the same to me. I lost interest.
It's a pity because, in other aspects, this site seems made precisely for me: it offers high quality, sensual erotic material, without the hardcore, often extreme, sometimes disgusting stuff that you can find in most sites. Videos are filmed with care, and actors and actresses act passionately and with tenderness. Of course, if you are looking for a more extreme take on sex and porn, this site will probably dissapoint you.
From the technical point of view, I have almost nothing to complain about: you can stream videos (although I couldn't get to fast-forward) or download them in different qualities. Download speeds were good, and there didn't seem to be a download limit, even in free trial mode.
All in all, this site is excellent in the quality of the videos (technically and artistically), very good in relation to the beauty of models, quite good in design and navigation. It just gets a little repetitive when you browse through the archive. But hell, what site doesn't get repetitive after a while?
I've seen them for a while now on the met art network sites, says free day then you are charged $30 or something. Has anyone anymore info, is it legit, can you download anything on your free day and is it possible to cancel in time or do they charge you even if you cancelled as soon as you signed up.
As always, these guys are fairly aggressively marketing to ex-members like myself. Their latest (Halloween-themed) e-mails advertise a deal on six of Met's sites, mostly on the harder end of the scale, including one called MagikSex that I hadn't previously heard of. Anyone know what the deal with this site is - how long it's been around, whether it's a pre-existing site or a newly created one, etc?
From the previews I looked at, it seems like the hardest site in Met's network currently with the possible exception of Ninn (e.g. there's a fair amount of orgies and DPs), but still artsy. However, oddly for this network, I've seen some of the content before - at least some of it seems to be repackaged from various Private films. So seeing it on Met's network is odd, to say the least.
MetArt adding a tinge of more eroticism to some photosets.
MetArt is still softcore. But yesterday, 2013-10-19, they added a softcore lesbian photoset of two models. The models actually were shown touching and kissing each other's breasts, as well as kissing each other on the lips. A few years back the models might have looked at each other with their eyes, but fondling was strictly forbidden.
I guess Met-Art is trying to boldly step into the new world of eroticism, where being nude is not enough to satisfy its audience.
I firmly believe that a web site is only as good as its customer service. Once again this week, Met Art demonstrated that it is an AWESOME web site by providing some of the best online customer service I have ever experienced.
I upgraded my subscription from monthly to annual. My monthly subscription was through Epoch and my annual subscription is now through their new biller(Rocketgate?). What I did not realize is that Epoch had already queued me up for my monthly charge, which I saw on my account a few days after upgrading. I sent an email to Met Art support telling them about the issue. Within a few minutes, here is first class the response I got:
My name is amnon and im the CEO of MetArt,
So sorry for your trouble; however rest assured you are in great hands and our support team is looking into this issue ASAP.
we will make you happy.
all the best,
OK, I'm not easily impressed, but here is a guy who truly understands how important it is to be responsive to customers.
So many other websites (adult or otherwise) really don't care when there are problems and some (often adult) are downright obnoxious (Go look at the chain of my MPL Studios comments. I complained about an easily resolvable problem and MPL Studios blamed ME and permanently kicked me off of their site.)
Oh, and yes, I was promptly refunded the Epoch overcharge and received a follow up email from Met Art customer service to ensure everything was OK.
Kudos to Met Art for not only having a terrific web site, but for ensuring that, in the words of the CEO, "I am happy". Yes, I am happy. Thank you very much!
I saw one video of Meddie and Stacy, titled "Afternoon Orgasms", posted 2012-11-09, that is a shortened version of the same video posted at Beauty Angels (part of the Teen Mega World network). Meddie is called Meddie at TMW, but the other model is named Stasy. That video was posted 2012-04-16.
Very good video, 2 attractive models, nice lesbian scene.
I was wondering why some models and their sets have been deleted. Have returned to the site after a hiatus and went looking for some of my favorite models; only do discover some of them, and all their seta, missing. Berengere A, Alessandra D, and Roarie A come to mind immediately.
Does anyone know why Met Art deletes some of their models and all of their sets?
What's the deal here, with this 50% off promo email
Just seen an email from Met Art network with yesterdays date and said 50% off which is $14.99 but when you click the join link it says $29.99 and even better for me in the UK £23.61 cause of ccbill ripoff regional pricing thing. So not a deal at all and at nearly £24 one of the most expensive out there.
Just wanted to quickly share my experience with the Metart Network's customer support.
I had read in the forum that after joining one site , you can join any other for $10 recurring. I didn't know that this offer stands only for an hour and is given by an automatic link, which after an hour expires. After that, it's $20 recurring.
Now, I don't have a credit card, I use a debit VISA card, which I use only for online shopping, so I rarely keep any money on it, which means I have to manually put money in, whenever I want to purchase something. I had $20 in, so I got SexArt, with the intention next day to try TLE, Ninn,Randall, at such a great price.
To my surprise, I found that this offer would be valid for only an hour (it was the evening here, couldn't make any deposit). So I'm emailing their support to tell them what happened.
Not only they were polite and responded fast, they REFUNDED my initial purchase, completely cancelled my membership, so I could rejoin next day from start and get the discounts for all the sites I wanted.
This kind of customer service is awesome,hard to find I think in the adult websites industry, and creates loyal customers. Qudos to them.
The ONLY thing I would like to see from them support-wise, is a live chat, which is much faster than email exchanging, although as far as e-mailing goes, they were very fast with their responses. Over 13 emails exchanged in 24 hours.
There's a new photoset at Rylsky Art featuring a model named Jeff Milton.
In spite of her boyish name, she's a knockout.
I wonder where they get the names they use for these models?
Rylsky Art is a new site, started last year. So the site contents are still small.
But Rylsky is a fine photograph, featured at Met Art.
And he has an eye for attractive young teens.
As the site adds more content, it will be worth more.
I wouldn't recommend joining the site, unless you have a favorite model that is featured here. Or you got a steep discount from the $29.99/month regular price.
The style is basically Met-Art softcore approach, with just a touch more harder edge.
But no hardcore that I've seen. No boys at this this site. Just solo girl, or soft girl-girl.
I recently joined the site and I thought this was a pretty good site; although, the image sizes aren't consistent in resolution size. Also, in my opinion I think they should've cut out some similar images in the galleries to make the sets a little bit smaller in size. The site was well organized and easy to navigate through.
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