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I might not be as active for a while, but here's something I've been pondering about...

Do you prefer slow or fast regression? And by that, let's assume a regression that doesn't alter the clothing (so it gets loose), from fully-grown adult to about toddlerhood (3-5 years old). So a slow regression would illustrate before, during (e.g. teenager, preteen, child), and after, whereas a fast regression would just have before and after.

Here are a couple of pros and cons I can think of.

Slow regression
+ You get to see the person slowly realizing what's happening to her.
+ Gradual loss of clothing, e.g. from well-fitting bra to slightly loose bra to a bra that's way too large and needs to be held up.
- May lose 'shock' impact, i.e. we just want to see the end result anyway.
- More work, and takes more time to complete.

Fast regression
+ Maximum shock impact, the person would barely have time to register what just happened - reaction could be priceless.
+ Less work, no need to keep redrawing the same clothes on a slightly smaller body.
- May be too fast, everything would come loose all at once, no time to appreciate each individual change.

It's really an argument between having less or more images I suppose. In my opinion, absolute minimum is one, which is the end result, and easiest to do. However (unless it's an established character that most people are familiar with), it might be more impactful to show the before (fully grown adult) version as well for contrast.

So the question is whether the in-between stages add to the piece, or is just a waste of time since in the end all we want to see is the end result. I think if it highlights a particular change that isn't present in the other images, then maybe it's worth it? What do you think?
Kate Upton AR by Ar-Kayn
Kate Upton AR
This is for an art trade with :iconarmatic:, just so you know.

Haven't painted like this in a long while. But I figured given the subject matter (and ease of finding various references lol), it was necessary.
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The last time I posted some AR ideas here, I ended up not doing any of them. Haha. Might revisit them to be honest, but we'll see. I've gotten a bit bored of regressing well-known anime/comic/video game characters, so I've started doing a little more 'original work'.

You'll notice that my last 2 works - 
Madeline Cruz Turned Into A Little Girl by Ar-Kayn  Mother Falls Into Her Baby's Crib by Ar-Kayn
- featured the usual sort of shock and embarrassment and oversized clothing, but offered no explanation as to how these women were regressed. Well.

To be honest, Alma might be responsible here. And no, she wasn't skulking around, waiting around for an amusing opportunity to regress fully-grown women. 

Inspired by an acquaintance who had messed with the natural laws of reality of a certain world and inadvertently introduced the random probability for a person to manifest magical talent and power, Alma had decided to tamper likewise, though for a different purpose. It seems that now adult women all over the world may spontaneously regress to early childhood, and (knowing Alma, this was no doubt intentional) this has a higher likelihood of occurring when a woman is in the vicinity of small children and/or related paraphernalia.

Anyway, with that exposition out of the way, here are a few potential subjects for spontaneous regression:
1. Female jogger running past a playground.
2. Mother spanking her daughter.
3. Kindergarten teacher.
4. Babysitter playing house with a little kid.
5. Mother wading through a ball pit to retrieve her stubborn daughter.
6. Woman turning 30, blowing out the three candles on her birthday cake.
7. Older sister in a sexy Halloween costume has to take her little sister around trick-or-treating.
8. Mother watching a kids' show together with her child.

What situation do you think would make for a good case of spontaneous regression? 
Mother Falls Into Her Baby's Crib by Ar-Kayn
Mother Falls Into Her Baby's Crib
Cindy admired herself in the mirror. Clad in a form-fitting green tank top and blue shorts she found at the back of her closet, the young mother congratulated herself on a job well done getting back in shape after giving birth to her first child. Cindy always had a flattering figure, but now with her breasts even fuller and firmer after her pregnancy, she felt like a fertility goddess, warm and bountiful.

A cry rose from Suzy's crib. She must be hungry. After the workout, Cindy felt too tired to breastfeed, so she grabbed the baby bottle instead.

"Aww, sh sh sh. There there. I've got your bottle right here, sweetie." Cindy leaned over the edge of the baby's crib, waving the bottle in the air.

She reached in for her daughter, but oddly enough, Suzy seemed further away, deeper in the crib than usual, so Cindy had to lean down even further. Cindy then realized that the bottle felt a little larger in her hand. Her hands! She stared at them. They were shorter. And smaller!

Her feet shortened as well, abandoning the ground and rising, swinging in the air as Cindy now unbelievably found herself teetering precariously over the edge of the crib. Her shorts, now large and loose over her skinny little legs, slipped off and dropped to the floor, just before Cindy lost her balance and fell face forward into the crib.

Cindy pushed herself up  on her hands and saw her daughter Suzy right in front of her, beaming and gurgling, who Cindy then realized looked almost as big as her at this point!

With a sinking heart, she took a look at herself. Gone were the curves, the magnificent figure she worked so hard to regain. Her top was hardly form-fitting and billowed like a robe around her little child's body.

Little Suzy had by this time taken the bottle which had fallen beside her and began suckling from it, all the while looking curiously at her mother-turned-baby.

Cindy had no idea what just happened. But she needed to get out. With some effort, she stood, and nearly tripped over her top when she tried to walk. Rather than abandoning her oversized top, she stubbornly pulled up one loose strap, gathered handfuls of her top, and hiked it up so she could toddle over to the bars of the crib.

Climbing out of the crib was out of the question. She could just barely see over the top, and that was only if she was standing on tiptoes.

She felt a tug on the back of her top as she was doing this, and she fell down on her bottom.

Cindy turned around. Suzy offered her the bottle. Cindy shook her head, but Suzy, perhaps after learning from her mother how to handle babies who refused to eat, shoved the bottle's nipple into Cindy's mouth.

Before she could stop herself, Cindy found herself sucking from the bottle, every last drop, till she was full and satisfied. Suddenly, she felt very sleepy. This was no time to doze off, but Cindy curled up in the crib and her eyelids fell, one thumb planted firmly in her mouth. Suzy, unaware of how bizarre this was, only knowing that she was with her mother and that was all that mattered, lay down to sleep beside her.
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I might not be as active for a while, but here's something I've been pondering about...

Do you prefer slow or fast regression? And by that, let's assume a regression that doesn't alter the clothing (so it gets loose), from fully-grown adult to about toddlerhood (3-5 years old). So a slow regression would illustrate before, during (e.g. teenager, preteen, child), and after, whereas a fast regression would just have before and after.

Here are a couple of pros and cons I can think of.

Slow regression
+ You get to see the person slowly realizing what's happening to her.
+ Gradual loss of clothing, e.g. from well-fitting bra to slightly loose bra to a bra that's way too large and needs to be held up.
- May lose 'shock' impact, i.e. we just want to see the end result anyway.
- More work, and takes more time to complete.

Fast regression
+ Maximum shock impact, the person would barely have time to register what just happened - reaction could be priceless.
+ Less work, no need to keep redrawing the same clothes on a slightly smaller body.
- May be too fast, everything would come loose all at once, no time to appreciate each individual change.

It's really an argument between having less or more images I suppose. In my opinion, absolute minimum is one, which is the end result, and easiest to do. However (unless it's an established character that most people are familiar with), it might be more impactful to show the before (fully grown adult) version as well for contrast.

So the question is whether the in-between stages add to the piece, or is just a waste of time since in the end all we want to see is the end result. I think if it highlights a particular change that isn't present in the other images, then maybe it's worth it? What do you think?

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QueenLucy-Diclonius Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014
Can you do more pics of DC characters as kids? or Marvel ones?
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TheRandom500 Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2014
Be careful of DIAZMOLES. His account is a alt account for the art theif MOLESDIAZ. He has stolen art across the Internet and spams requests to people and will get angry if he doesn't get his way. Here is a master post of art provided by a friend of mine who he harassed. nuiharime.deviantart.com/#/jou… . If he isn't stopped he could start stealing art from other people on this site. By the way i might start copying this message so i don't have to rewrite it constantly. But still an art theif like him shouldn't be allowed on this site. Also ask him to remove you from the watchers page. An art theif like him could start stealing your art. By the way thanks for reading this. Oh and block him if you have to.
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Constable-Remington Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2014
Hello, I'm here to warn you about MOLESDIAZ. I've noticed that he's watching your artwork. He is an art thief and might try to steal your artwork.

Thank you for reading this.
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Lance-the-young Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2013
Not certain if you're aware of this, but one blog entry about Wonder Tot used your picture for it.
moviepilot.com/posts/1167767-w…
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Ar-Kayn Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Haha, didn't know that. Thanks for letting me know!
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Lance-the-young Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2013
No problem. ^^
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Deadlysword1000 Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013
Hey!  How's it going!  Love your works!  They're Awesome especially the Little Litchi Story!  It was Funny!
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Zuruka Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2013
Hello,
Still a moment I watch you and I'm impressiv by your evolution. You are Amazing.
Good continuation,
By the way if you can more little story in your post you will make me more happy.
Sorry for bad English but it's not my maternal language.
From France,
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fairyprincessjess Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2013
Loved the Lulu tantrum drawing. Could you do more Final Fantasy related things? Please
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Ar-Kayn Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I just did another of Lulu. =)
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