Originally Posted by Ldy_Sea
So his muse woud be cooze.
the kinkier and dirtier the sex the better the writing/game is.
He gets so popular andhis work is so in demand he has an entire harem who is constantly fucking and suckiing him to the point where sex becomes a chore and distasteful, but without it he can't write or program or whatever.
I recall some variants of this in underground comix of long ago. An aspiring cartoonist can't come up with new fuck-comix ideas until his sister sucks him, then involves his GF, then a few other girls. His art just gets better and more popular with each new addition. This story was probably a plea for attention by that artistic storyteller, eh?
A somewhat IRL version cover's Robt A Heinlein's family life early in his writing career. Wife a practicing witch; open marriage; the more he got laid, the better his fiction. No sisters, however.
A tangential story: A commune is almost broke. They decide to buy a cheap camera and make communal pr0n. The wilder they get, the better the pr0n, till Lord Jehovah steps in to chide them for their sinfulness. But one commune girl blows Him, producing The Big Bang. Fade to recycled eternity...
Another tangent: The horror spinoff of this idea is Lovecraft's PICKMAN'S MODEL where the artist Pickman delves into the underworld of tombs to paint demons and ghouls from life. The worse the monster, the more vivid the art. Don't try this at home, kids.
But I digress. I can see an INSPIRATION or MY MUSE story cycle. Each episode follows one or more different content creators -- graphic artists, sculptors of course, designers of games, decor, and anything else; authors, playwrights, musicians, movie-makers -- as their kinky (Incest, BDSM, Fetish, Group, NonCon, whatever) inspirational adventures drive them to ever-hotter work. I touched on this in A SPOT OF MUSIC
where a composer writes her score on her brother's freckles.
Then he meets a girls who stimulates his mind, not his dick...
Why not both?
But I know where you're going. All good things must end, sometimes by crashlanding, sometimes by moving on to better things.