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Zap-O-Tron

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RobinHoodOrCamaro's avatar

Hey look, another overweight non worker. Time to get a job and get big tips

Emerald-Wolf13's avatar

It must be spinach powered somehow. It makes me think of the spinach transform in Popeye cartoons from the old days. :)

SocialSophia's avatar

Nice a bbw to model transformation

monster537's avatar

If only that were real.


Honestly, all joking aside, they need to do some serious research into more efficient methods of weight loss.

reader925's avatar

I really like the skeloton gag in this. (And just to let you know it says 'met' instead of 'melt' in the first panel.)

atomicwick's avatar

ZAP-a-dee-doo-dah!

cullyferg2010's avatar

Even made her a blonde, too! :D

ForgottenHonor0's avatar

Can I volunteer to test this technology?!

thausgt's avatar

From a technical standpoint, I can see this requiring some fascinating processes.

First, of course, is reducing the body's overall fat-content; 'reducing', rather than 'eliminating'. (Them ta-tas ain't made o' muscle, after all.) Human bodies do need a certain amount of fat to be healthy, females moreso than males but only by a relatively small amount.

Second is shrinking the skin, with a bonus detail of eliminating the stretch-marks produced by the initial weight-gain.

Next up would likely be a lot of 'internal repairs' to every organ, as well as the connective and cushioning tissues.

How? "Magic", of course, but what would that mean?

Personally, I can easily imagine the excess fat (and possibly the excess skin, as well) getting converted into a LOT of energy, which could then be used to fuel the rest of the process.

The tricky part would probably come from extremely precise control of neural-signals, because the patient is clearly not only quite conscious (note how her eyes observe the changes) but displays not a jot of discomfort. No heat-stress from converting all that tissue into energy (she doesn't show a DROP of sweat), for example.

Overall, though, a wonderful sequence showing excellent 'motion-control' and contouring, particularly when the former is 'visibly changing' the latter from one panel to the next. Thank you very much for sharing this!

Badgerlingmclog's avatar

She provided a lot of fuel

ScarletMellows's avatar

If only it was just a click away. Then again there will probably be several drawbacks and severe pain

NebulaNyx1's avatar

Not only does it take away fat, it changes your hair colour and clothing as well.

Moeshaker188's avatar

Yeesh. Losing so much fat that quickly, I'm surprised her body could take it. Another brilliant feature of the Zap-o-tron, I guess.

thausgt's avatar

The 'zap' probably contains a LOT of different effects wrapped up in what the human eye can only perceive as a single bolt of energy. Pain-management, manipulating all kinds of tissue beyond just the 'excess fat', shrinking her epidermis to keep up with the changes going on underneath, and so on...

ShadowDoctrine's avatar

We only wish that would happen :D

irishkiller's avatar

i would need that...

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