Making Room for Dessert: Part 5 - by CongruentPartisan by Charem

Making Room for Dessert: Part 5 - by CongruentPartisan


15 April 2017 at 14:18:30 MDT

Shame felt a degree of elation and disappointment both as he nearly reached the switch, having managed to right his bloating self along the way. In truth, he was eternally conflicted on the idea of such overfeeding, both liking and disliking it in equally complex degrees (especially factoring in the whole 'curse' sort of thing his brother put on him long ago...long story!).

But such contemplation allowed me the time to evolve my second plan... I planted my paws firmly onto the Umbreon's widening stomach, watching them sink slightly into his chubby-soft girth, and rub. Kneading my digits against his furred weight, I rolled my paws in circles and zig-zags, exploring all over his growing gut. Shame had a weakness that many creatures have: the weakness to belly-rubs!

The Umbreon's eyelids grew a bit heavier as he felt exactly what my warm paws were doing, a low purr rumbling out from his well-fed throat. Belly-rubs ALWAYS felt wonderful, and with as big as his gut was getting, my actions felt even more awesome than they normally would! But...he couldn't...let himself be stopped... His body, beyond just his stomach, was starting to plump immensely as well, and his oversized tummy was nearly too huge and heavy to drag along any further... If he wanted to reach the switch, he needed to do!

This is an epic 16-part commission that I commissioned   congruentpartisan to draw. =3 It took quite a while, but man did it come out awesome. This series pushed both of our boundaries when it came to fatfurs, but ultimately it was a wonderful boundary to push as well! <3 He's an amazing artist and a great friend!

Oh yes. Shame is owned by Congruent too. ;3 And is a very awesome and cute Umbreon~

I'm posting the first 'part' of this comic, pages 1 - 9, today. Pages 10 - 16 will come a bit later. ^^ Do pay attention to the 'UI' present in the first part of this comic, in the upper corners; they're quite fun little 'progress guides', ehehehe!