the first and last time kacchan flirts
suspender daddy hello 👀👌🥵
Giving Enji Todoroki the dad bod he deserves. 😈🥰
endeavor with a lil dad gut cause why not 😇
i hc Hawks actually being from Spain and having a hot Spanish accent and he says things like, “Regresaré pronto, mi amor,” before he flies off to save the world.
bkdk smoochies 💕
The All-Mighty Rioters and their #1 fanboys 🤘🎵🎶
What does he smell like, Bakugou? 🌿
Well, it sounds like you already know what’s stopping you from creating memorable outfits. It might have to do with your scope of fashion. There’s a lot of “median” clothing (jeans, leggings, t-shirts, hoodies, sneakers, etc.) that doesn’t lend itself to a sense of fashion, but rather utility. And that’s okay! A lot of people (and therefore characters) who are coming of age will not have a strict sense of identity yet, and might just wear these staples. A lot of characters wear a simple shirt and pants, and they become pretty memorable in other aspects of themselves, such as hair and overall stylization.
Perhaps you can create boards of a certain style a character might wear (like building their closet!!!). Would they wear muted or colorful clothes? Alternative or classic? Maybe they have a niche interest (such as emo/punk/scene lifestyles, which have very distinct fashions). Do they want to be cute or tough?
Even with a “shirt”, you can vary it. Loose or tight? Thick or thin fabric? Patterned, graphic, or solid? Dressed up or dressed down? Tucked in or left out? Paired with a jacket or they just don’t care?
You’re right in thinking about the outfit as a whole, but it is also important to think of your cast of characters and how they will play off each other. Here are some examples:
As you can see, the children of ‘Hilda’ have a limited scope of fashion, because kids just don’t have that sense yet. But the cast of ‘Big Hero Six’ sure do, and their styles only amplify the differences between each other.
This isn’t an example of what’s hip with the kids (lol) but it’s a perfect example of the amount of variation you can have within a single subsect of fashion( i.e. construction worker’s clothes). This is a character lineup of background characters from Danny Phantom! Look at the fit of their clothes, the color, the style, and the posture! The character makes the clothing. Some of them roll their jeans up. Some of them have form-fitting clothes, while others have looser sleeves. Some are more sloppy with their clothes!
I hope this helped you clear your mind about some things! The best thing for you to do is try and go outside your comfort zone. Maybe look up some retro clothes! Look into some high fashion, what’s trendy, and what was trendy 10 years ago! You’ll expand your visual vocabulary, and be able to think up clothing much more easier.
-Mod Future (ko-fi)
I was in the mood for more Todobellies. Enjoy, anon!
Please enjoy part 4 of the WG drive sequence! This part features a potbellied Denki stealing a chuckle at Bakugo– while he is unable to get a punch in. And, to add insult to injury, his poor chair and clothes finally gave out! Only one part left after this, what is everyone excited to see in the final installment?
Also, some small updates to Denki’s aged up design.
Textless under the cut:
And, this is what happens when a week of pent up thirst is released. I enjoy drawing Bakugo dominating a little too much, and Izuku may have ended up getting bigger than I had initially intended. But, I hope you do not mind!
Likely in the next installment you will get some soft Izuku. Stay tuned~
Just a small taste, for you anon. ;D
Over-stuffed Kiri? Count me in!
Ufufufu, this is a cute one. <3
OOF, I totally dig this scenario anon. He would be so determined to save Deku that he would push himself to keep stuffing his face even when his stomach felt too tight and fussy. Bless!
Out of the three, I will choose Deku!
So naughty, dear anon. This is entirely self indulgent. <3
A lot of people don’t take the time to understand that encouragement isn’t always about telling someone to eat. So, let’s expand on what encouragement means, so that we can be better Feeders, Encouragers or Mutual Gainers.
- Remind them it’s okay to want to be fat and being fat doesn’t make them a bad person.
- Tell them that they are beautiful or handsome with their new weight and that it suits them.
- Reassure them that it’s great that they want to work towards their dream body.
- Communicate that it’s okay if they decide that they’re happy with the weight they’ve gained or they need to lose weight. Remind them that their bodily autonomy is important and it’s their choice.
- Praise their increased appetite and tell them that their passion for food is wholesome.
- Congratulating them for sticking to their daily calorie goals.
- Tell them that it’s alright to take a rest when they’re stuffed and they don’t need to push themselves 100% of the time.
- When they tell you they aren’t feeling too good, have the empathy to reassure that it’s okay to have a relaxed day.
- If they have done a good job at stuffing and overeating, aftercare is important. Encouragement isn’t only verbal, ask if they want to have their belly rubbed or if they would like to be cuddled. See if there’s anything you can do to ease their discomfort. Is there a movie you can watch together? Maybe some music would go well with bloated snuggles?
- Notice their softness and brighten their day by saying that you appreciate how cuddly they are / have become.
- Reassure them by telling them that their gain is beautiful at any size and that all bodies gain differently. Show them the things you’ve noticed and love about their growing body.
- And if they’re a guy, hype them up by saying the moobs they’re developing look wonderful and really suit them.
- Tell them that their double chin is beautiful.
- When their clothes are getting too small, inspire them by telling them their belly popping out under their shirt is cute.
- If you’ve noticed that their confidence improve as they become happier in their body, make sure you let them know.
- Have some empathy and reassure them by explaining that it’s okay to feel anxious about judgement and that you’ll stand by them in judgmental situations.
- You’re their partner in this, have the time for them to discuss their anxieties and fears around gaining weight or being fat.
- If they break furniture, laugh it off and say that it’s understandable that some furniture is too flimsy and it’s time to buy some new furniture that better supports their size.
- As their body expands, tell them that you don’t mind helping them reach places they can’t when taking care of their body. Offer to tie their shoe laces and start getting things for them. Allow them to rest, remember it takes a lot of energy to maneuver bigger bodies.
- If you’re moving too fast, remember your Feedee’s size. Take steps to make them feel like they aren’t a burden with reduced mobility and tell them that you don’t mind taking things slower.
- Remember that their body is their own and not yours to dictate.
- And most importantly, always tell them that you love and admire them. Make them feel beautiful and welcome.
chubby overly confident bakugou swaying his hips unapologetically making his belly and thighs jiggle everywhere. 🧡