🤝 Pirate and Beggar

11. Back Bending Beggar

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Art and description by Agu-Fungus:

I'm finally back with Yuni's contortion boys in a new couple of pieces. As you may have read in previous drawings, Kazoku main focus as a circus contortionist is backbends, and he always trains to push himself beyond his limits, while Mickey's main focus as part of his training is frontbends, and he has really advanced very well in that area, and like Kazoku, he wants to push himself further. Still that doesn't mean he should neglect his other areas of flexibility, such as splits and backbending, and Kazoku makes sure he's properly trained to become talented in those areas, too. And it looks like he is doing a pretty good job at it, since Mickey is also showing a good level of back flexibility, as well as showing good progress in his handstands. With all that progress, the two street boys are training together in a public playground for their next street performance, with Mickey performing a combination of his backbend and handstand on top of his partner Kazoku, who is also in a backbend with his lower half and his head lying on the ground, and his folded upper half facing the clear sky. The young circus boy is already physically trained enough to withstand the weight of his pupil Mickey, but can't help but blush at the beggar boy performing his handstand with his hands on his partner's chest. With how great they're working as a team, they're sure to earn enough to sustain themselves for a good week. Of course, Kaz, being the responsible boy of the two, he also follows his own advice, and trains himself in his other areas of contortion, especially after seeing Mickey how well he's progressing under his tutelage, which gives him more encouragement to keep going as a circus artist.

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