Pros and Cons
- some great-quality videos
- some high-res images
- large collection
- mostly nonexclusive content
- no bonus sites
- no advanced search
Are you an artist looking to get some exposure for your work? Are you a lover of cartoons, morphs and other animation? Do you also appreciate a huge, bulging rack - one that you rarely see naturally? Then you should probably check out the BE Archive.
BEArchive is kind of like getting a bunch of websites for one price. The way it works is that members set up their own pages where they can display their artwork, pictures or videos that they have taken from elsewhere on the Internet. Members sign up and are given access to a page where they can upload their work.
There is some well-done artwork here and still more that looks somewhat amateurish. Nevertheless, beauty is in the eye of the beholder and of course art appreciation is subjective. Those who like huge tits will appreciate these large, bouncing knockers - that's for sure. The important thing is that this is a venue where people can display their work, no matter what their level of creative expertise.
There are quite a few "members' pages" and it's pretty hard to go through all the content, but my best estimate (and it's a very conservative one at that) would put the numbers at somewhere around 550 videos and 1,040 sets of pictures. New content continues to be added, though it isn't quite clear how often you can expect to get new material.
There are a bunch of videos that have just been taken from TV shows or movies that show a bit of cleavage. There are others that feature some great-quality animated content. I watched one vid in which a bunch of big-titty animated babes in thongs frolicked in a forest.
There is such a wide range of artwork that it would be impossible to try to describe it all. You get sketches, intricate paintings, amateurish cartoons and very professional computer-generated images. There's a little something for everyone from a bunch of breast-loving artists with a vast range of talent. There's no real consistency in the quality of the pictures, as they range from being rather small to high-res. Some artists allow members to request specific themes.
There aren't any bonuses. There is a forum for members, which is good because, after all, this is meant to be a community experience. It gives members the chance to comment on each other's work and talk about whatever might be on their minds that day.
This site would be of interest to those who are looking for this kind of artistic community. Those who are looking for a large amount of easily accessible and high-quality animated breast content might want to look elsewhere, but that's not to say that BE Archive doesn't have its charms. If the interactive experience with artists sounds enticing to you, by all means take a look.