asked if all prey wound up in the same position inside the pred's stomach or if it varied by the angle of swallowing. In need to answer him and in desire to draw something non-comic, non-request related, this piece was born! Please don't mind the crappy doodle anatomy in the small pictures. I hope you all enjoy!
Wow this is very impressive, all four directions a prey can possibly go down a preds throat in one picture... I didnt even think I would even find a pic of that ever! especially by such a good artist that draws prey bulges perfectly, to how I like them anyway, vague and tight. <3 Thanks for uploading this its awesome in every way. ^^
Not only that but I can imagine this would make super good reference for vore artist out there that like to draw the bulges and can't work out how the prey curls up and poses in an anthro pred stomach to draw them right, I'm thinking thats maybe why so many vore artists resort to the boring 'round' belly look or the weird stretchy latex look heh.
If there is some kind of a little vote going on I vote prey going down feet first as the hottest digestion as well, lets the prey scream, talk and struggles like crazy all the way down, as well as the head bulge doing down last is just an amazing sight to see. <3~ As for facing direction... I think the prey inwards has a nice look with the belly arching with the back shape. ^^
Very nice illustrations here. However, I would see mechanical issues with the headfirst diagrams. In "backward, head first" (the first one, since the third and fourth are both labelled "forward, head first", the knees end up really high, under the breast and leave no room to allow the knee to pivot the feet out of the throat. And in the last one, the same problem occurs, but with the hips. Since you're showing the head staying low, the butt never gets further down than the lower ribcage, leaving the legs in the throat. The only way for the final position to be possible if if the pred's throat and ribcage expand to allow the thighs to be bend forward to pull he legs fully inward.
Not really. If you look at the mini-sketches, you can see how the prey would reach that position. In the backwards, head first position, the prey would be going in one downward direction until the knees enter the stomach. (The stomach being much more flexible and the ribcage expanding/other organs moving to accommodate for, well, the living person inside.) Once the knees are inside the stomach, the downward force and positioning of the prey would push the upper leg down towards the pred's legs. While the prey's upper legs are moving down, this makes more room for the lower legs in the stomach. The same happens in Forward, Head first in the opposite direction. Hope this helps!
I do. As does everyone in the universe. For example, I am a rather terrible cook and I would love help learning how to not burn any dish I stick in the oven. I'm also very poor at my Physics class, so a tutor would be a blessing. In addition to this, my interest in the desire of others to look at works they do not enjoy or understand with subjective judgement is only at a sub-par level of understanding. However, studying you could gleen various new information on the topic, if you're, oh excuse me, "ur" willing to help.
This piece pretty much summarizes why we all watch you. Whereas everyone else tends to draw a homogenous spherical belly (which I enjoy all the same), you actually show what it would look like if someone actually swallowed another person whole. The vore community needs this, and so far you're the best at making it. Rock rock on!