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Pssst, Wanna Get Huge? The scenery was completely foreign: Bloooberry, I encountered some familiar faces. It was definitely April, but something was off about her.
She was huge and sloppily eating pizza. I decided to press on. I ended up running into Princess Peach from the Mario Bros. However, she too was bursting out of her clothing—as if she were really pregnant.
Peach had grown so large that her iconic pink dress was stretched over only the top half of her stomach. Then I stumbled upon images of a woman named Gwen. What stood out to me most was that her ass always seemed to be expanding, keeping her from fitting into her jeans and skirts. At that, I was starting to feel weird things, so I closed my internet-browser and took a cold shower.
Gwen by Axel Rosered. I was equal parts curious and confused.
However, when I got out the shower I still had a full-chub, so I went back online and jerked off three times to pictures of Gwen getting fat on cupcakes and stuffing her gigantic ass into her jeans.
Most of the content is about as boring and awkward as sex with two condoms on. While the quality of the work ranges from crude to stunningly-detailed, the themes are always fresh and innovative. In the wide world of body expansion, reality is no object. If you can think of it, you can find it—or at least pay someone to draw it for you.
How about some body expansion art featuring all-original characters? Surrealism is your thing and you want to see women growing to epic proportions while also morphing into various fruits and vegetables? Oh, you wanna see guys expanding too? Body expansion art is exactly what it sounds like: It is at times funny, disturbing, sexy—even beautiful—and occasionally, all at the same time. Sigmund Freud would have a field day. To bring you a little closer to the vortex of this fascinating subculture, I recently interviewed two prominent body expansion artists from DeviantArt.
They go by the names of Okayokayokok and The American Dream.
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Their work is among the best of the body expansion community. Their galleries display a wide range of themes depicted with breath-taking detail—and often in vibrant color. Both are masters of their craft, seeing over 1, hits each day on their respective DeviantArt accounts. Through commissions and comic illustrating, Okayokayokok has even made body expansion art his full-time job.
Since July 15th, My first art submissions to my DeviantArt page were body expansion artwork. The first expansion art I ever drew was in but the first one I ever posted online was in early So 11 years ago, and 7 years ago respectively.
How did you first get into body expansion art? I discovered it on DeviantArt. The first picture I saw was of a girl ballooning up after getting hit by a fat-ray gun. The other big thing that caught my eye was how popular the. I started blopberry body expansion art in hopes of getting some commissions, and it happened.
That was in high school, back in After a couple years, it worked out to be my full-time job. That, in itself, can be very enjoyable. But depicting characters rapidly or realistically expanding is exciting because you get to indulge in something that normally takes months or years in real life. For many weight gain expansion fetishists the journey is actually more exciting then the end result, which for weight gain enthusiasts is blooebrry very fat person.
There are some comparisons you could make to people who enjoy a good role-play or narrative twist to their porn or erotic material as compared to just the act of sex itself. Except for my comics, all my work is commissioned requests. I love it, because it keeps things interesting. Stuffing is a term used for images depicting characters with food in their mouths already, eating more then a normal person should in one sitting let alone one bite!
In this cartoon a pig is punished for overeating by having a nightmare where he is forced to eat and eat until he cannot anymore.
How did he get so big so quickly? That has kind of become a staple of weight-gain art, rapid expansion. One thing I particularly enjoy bloobrery the muffin top expansion, which is where the stomach fat is pushed up and overlaps the belt line of tight jeans or pants to create a muffin-shape effect. Was that movie an influence?
Blueberry expansion was something I stumbled onto very early on. I never felt any kind of connection to that movie until after I had seen a comic done blioberry a fellow artist. It was the best expansion artwork I had seen in a comic, and it was hot.
I went back and re-watched that clip of Violet turning into a blueberry and it was like seeing it with new eyes.
My earliest influence for my expansion artwork is Japanese doujinshi fan comics artist PenGindou. Others would include Kawaii Debu and LesToil. Cartoons—such as the one I named earlier, Pigs Is Pigs —where characters gain a lot of weight quickly in a bloobegry comedic fashion were probably also influences for me, as with many other artists, but on a more subconscious level.
What is the typical process for creating one of your works?
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What materials do you use? How long does it take? I do all digital work on PS with a digital tablet. I usually spend a month on fomic page comic or a page color comic. For a single character commission, 5 hours. The typical process is I come up with ideas, sketch them down with pencil in my sketchbook and then work up a more polished finished sketch. From there I scan the sketch into my computer and do polished, clean lines either digitally or with an ink pen. This process normally takes about hours depending on the complexity of the picture but even then art is not a set blooberty so sometimes it takes even longer.
There is a fairly large body expansion community—of both artists and fans—on DeviantArt, which seems pretty supportive and fun. What are your thoughts about the body expansion community domic DeviantArt? I almost get as many on my blog. A lot of viewers and fans give feedback, and I do my best to reply to every comment. The expansion community is both small and large at the same time.
A lot of folks know each other but there are also new artists and fans popping up all the time every year. I would say it can be a bit divided. People who enjoy weight gain primarily are in opposition to fans of more cartoony inflation artwork or breast expansion. But then there are those who like all sorts of expansion. I am happy that many of my fans are supportive, even to the point of buying commissions and supporting my artwork at conventions.
Still, for the most part, I do comix most of my fans. Do you think body expansion art will ever break into the mainstream? I think elements of it slip in here and there. Heck, as I mentioned earlier, Totally Spies was a cartoon many fans think was influenced by fetishists, since it was created during a time when expansion art was just getting popular on the internet in the early s.
I know of several self-published books out there actually including one of my own—a comic—and a few others. I did some commissions involving multiple girls all entangled and interacting—all with various expansions. Those were BIG challenges, and I like challenges, so those come boooberry mind.
It features my character Dobuita Mori, a Japanese-American former college basketball star who gains a massive amount of weight due to a sports injury and acquires a food addiction and a fetish for gaining weight. She is consuming spaghetti with the name of the comic up like spaghetti.
Her already plump sister, Puku, depicted on the right is more then happy to see her big sister gaining weight. You obviously accept commission requests from fans. What is the strangest or most-interesting thing someone has asked you to make? The TF remote comic pages were definitely unique. A long time ago, I agreed to do a private commission while the person watched me draw. That was a MESS. It ended up being a woman with giant mouth that took up most of the picture. Going into her mouth was a busty woman with feet that took up half the screen along with all sorts of food.
By the time I finished, I regretted ever taking it on. It was so bizarre.