Do the clothes make the giant?

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Do the clothes make the giant?

Clothed (Styling!)
129
38%
No Clothes for me (Nekkid!)
190
55%
Chocolate Sauce
25
7%
 
Total votes : 344

On the subject of clothes...

Postby Beoweasel » Sun Oct 26, 2003 12:23 am

Considering my avatar is a 15 foot (Yeah, I know he's kinda short, he can't help it) fifth century macro warrior ferret, I think clothes make the macro. Hey Beoweasel wears plate mail....you know how hard it is to get a blacksmith to fashion armor for someone whose 15 feet tall, and 10 feet broad? Geez, that and its expensive...
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Re: On the subject of clothes...

Postby Nyx » Sun Oct 26, 2003 12:29 am

Beoweasel wrote: Hey Beoweasel wears plate mail....you know how hard it is to get a blacksmith to fashion armor for someone whose 15 feet tall, and 10 feet broad? Geez, that and its expensive...


*perks up* Armor, you say? Nyx likes armor on giants, she does!
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Postby BlackWolfe » Sun Oct 26, 2003 12:41 am

SusanDeer wrote:Obviously, clothing is a good thing to have in images about growth or transformation, so you can show it ripping away from the body. :twisted:


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Postby Louisisthebest_007 » Thu Feb 10, 2005 7:13 pm

I voted clothes. While I don't mind the naked furries with the 'censorship' fur patches and the semi-clothed giants who couldn't find anything else that could fit...Clothes definitely do enhance the appearance of a Macro. For me that means my Ninja Gi makes me who I am...Plus lots of heavy armour makes a Macro almost unstoppable...even by Nuclear bombs!

Nyx wrote:*perks up* Armor, you say? Nyx likes armor on giants, she does!

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Postby Lone » Mon Feb 14, 2005 3:46 pm

Naked definately, clothes are ok if they are just underclothing. But still i must go with naked.
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Postby President Rufus » Wed Feb 16, 2005 6:54 am

Clothes that burst :) Yeah then nekid stage to impress those below yers. 8)
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Postby ChaosWolf » Fri Mar 04, 2005 2:11 am

Gotta go with the classics... For clothes, I like it when it's enough to cover, enough to tease, but that's about it.

As for my own self, well, I used to not care for 'em, and even liked the 'freedom', but, after tripping over a bus one afternoon and getting sack-whacked by a church-steeple (Now THAT, is pain, am I right, guys?), I decided to at least wear pants, to give myself a bit of protection.
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Postby Theodous » Fri Mar 11, 2005 7:24 pm

Although my first instinct was the click that little nekkid option, I'm going to have to go with clothed. Because while nekkid giants are VERY NICE, there's a certain, undeniable allure that comes with a clothed giant. Especially when the giant uses those cloths to their advantage. Whether it be to simply tease their bystanders. Or slightly more naughty intentions, like sticking them in "Pockets" and such. ^.^
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Postby Alexander_Hawk » Mon May 23, 2005 5:17 am

I have to go with cloths, for they add character to the macro, they say who the macro is. Alexander for an example: he always has to wear at least a red linen padded arming jacket with gold accents. Same goes for his pants, red linen padded arming breeches with gold accents.

This tells abit about him, itself symbolizes his nobility. The red coloring symbolizes his passion, his passion for life and war. And the gold sybolizes his golden heart.

Yep naked does sound resonable since its only natural, but as I just said, cloths show things about those macros.
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Postby Doral » Sat May 28, 2005 1:38 am

Clothes. Me, I like short skirts. I think that leaves the most to the imagination. :)
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