The Blow Up Girls

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Strigoii
The Blow Up Girls

Are gone...

The studio that brought us such wonderful inflation content is gone from the net

Strigoii

Never mind, I found them...

Strigoii

Never mind, I found them...

I Love To Inflate

They are still going on clips4sale but by the looks of it they aren’t posting new videos as much

I Love To Inflate

They are still going on clips4sale but by the looks of it they aren’t posting new videos as much

owen44138

Something must've happened with them. They have been really slow to release clips to their catalog. I commissioned a clip over a year ago, and I received it for myself in a timely manner, but they didn't add it to their catalog for purchase until last week. I hope Sophia is okay.

Overblown
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From what I've seen on their twitter feed, they've had their hands full for the past while.  They had to essentially rebuild their studio setup after the hurricane in Florida, and have been dealing with ongoing piracy of their clips, which they say is severely impacting their profit margins and making it difficult to do new clips.  It's also worth noting that most of the videos they produce now are custom requests/commissions.  These are expensive, and their ability to film them is limited by the availability of their actresses - most of whom have their own careers, independant of Blow Up Girls.  On top of all that, I get the impression that Sophia has been focusing more on non-inflation content lately (via BUG's parent studio, Naughty Dragon).  Whether this is due to the ongoing piracy issues of BUG content, waning interest in marketing to the inflation fetish community, or simply because her non-inflation content is more lucrative, only she knows for sure.

I have noticed that the official Blow Up Girls website no longer shows up in Google searches (though you can still access it through the link on their twitter page).  The site doesn't seem to have been updated in a while, which makes me wonder if they're really paying much attention to it anymore.  I've also noticed that some of their clips and promotional tweets mention BUG content being exclusive to Clips4Sale now, so they may have some business deal with the site, which in turn may be affecting their output.  

I get the impression that the ongoing piracy issue may have soured their relationship with the inflation community to some extent, though a few tweets I've seen on their twitter suggest that they recognize this problem stems from a handful of unscrupulous individuals, rather than the inflation community as a whole.  That being said, some of the cybersecurity/anti-piracy experts they've contracted to help protect their content seem a tad... sketchy to me.  I worry that the downtick in their output may stem (in part) from these so-called 'experts' fleecing them for all they're worth. >>;

In the end, only they know for sure.  All we can do as a community is support them and make sure that, when they do release content, we show them that it is worth their while to keep producing it.