Honestly I don't even know why people would even look up this sort of thing if they can't appreciate a double chin. I know sometimes when people gain weight it doesn't go to their faces but that's rare.
Honestly it depends on the face, some girls gain in different ways. It could arguably be considered a stylistic choice. So doing them should really be up to you. I myself love a good double chin though, so I'm bit sad seeing the down thumbs for it. To each their own I guess. You do cute faces regardless. I think chubby cheeks are at least required for me, totally thin slim faces on HUGE girls can be a bit surreal in the wrong art style.
Again I think style can change how accurate one needs to be with actual fat distribution. I'd be curious to see you experiment with more really fat faces though.
Slightly rounder or just soft faces, like plumper cheeks, tend to be fine for me...but doublechins and flab are both major reasons I do not like IRL fat bodies...very odd how my interests seem to be entirely fictional based at this point...
chubby cheeks r really cute and it always feels weird when the face and neck dont fatten up with the rest of the body, its weird when it all just turns basically conic but fat faces are very cute usually
dark-lord-nergalFeatured By OwnerFeb 19, 2015Hobbyist Digital Artist
nah, I like em to have a cute feminine face. I dont mind a fat face as long as it retains feminine cuteness but double chins are repulsive. case and point being egoraptor. that guy carries all his fat in his chin and has more chins than a chinese phonebook >.>
I do enjoy double chins, and I hate it when artists draw fat characters with thin faces. Also, when making a super fat character (which I know you've stopped) I still only want a double chin really, none of this eight chinned monstrosities.
CaptainfuckbusFeatured By OwnerFeb 19, 2015Hobbyist Digital Artist
yeah i do, but sometimes i happen to dislike them it depends on how the artist does it, some do it with some kinda cutesy soft style and some others go for a much more realistic approach to it that sometimes can look a bit spooky
Depends on the artist. I don't like them all thick and wavery with the lines to it looks all cellulite-y, and I don't like how it's done where the cheeks are practically consuming the head. You do it really well and make it big enough, but it's still like soft and cute.
When it's done right, it can look rather nice. Incidentally, in my latest artwork, I've tried drawing a puffier face than usual in an art trade, and it came out pretty good. Normally, I'd have a bit of difficulty putting that much puffiness into the cheeks; instead of a squash-shaped head, I'd usually draw an oval-shaped head for a fat face. That way, it allows the character to be portrayed as beyond plus-sized without the face being too narrow or gaunt, while at the same time simplifying how much detail is in the face.
...that being said: I'd say yeah, depending on how it looks. I prefer 'em more puffy than saggy. (-)~(-) Sagging is for wet clothes and retirement homes.