Interview with HaraFung, a 3-D Artist Focused on Mini- to Mega-Giantesses

HaraFung is a relatively new 3-D computer-generated imagery (CGI) artist who has been active on DeviantArt and Patreon since the summer of 2018. He is currently working on comics such as “Childhood Sweetheart”, ” Babysitter,” and “Gulliveriana.” These works showcase themes such as female growth, giantesses, and shrunken men. He also created some short comics which can be purchased on Gumroad and are also available to supporters on Patreon. Fans can follow HaraFung on DeviantArt and Twitter for previews and the latest updates

#1) Can you tell the readers a little about yourself?

As some already know, I live in Hong Kong, a really busy city. I work in the contract department of a construction company, preparing paperwork and absolutely not any graphic related. Some of my followers were surprised to hear that actually. I really knew nothing about the 3D computer graphics program at first, and I just started learning because I wanted to try making some renders by myself. My job has stable working hours 0900~1800, fortunately without any OTs, which is so common in Hong Kong. Therefore, I usually create my works at night and on weekends.

#2) How did you first become interested in giantesses?

When I was young, I suddenly saw a giantess picture on the internet, just really a simple one: a little man standing next to a girl’s foot, which was as long as his whole body. I found the picture was really unforgettable and I started searching for more. Soon I found many Yahoo’s groups and some forums about giantess. Then I knew I was not the only one who got fascinated at that.

#3) Are any of your everyday acquaintances aware of your interest?

I am quite a conservative person and I did not tell anyone about that. I consider this as a personal fetish. Everyone has his/her own fetish and this should be kept as a secret, until they find a person close enough to share the fetish. But I did not find that girl yet at the moment.

#4) What are a few of your favorite works from other creators?

Openhighhat is always my favourite creator. His stories contain slow-shrinking, humiliation, which are my favourite scenes. I also love the works from SorenZer0, CaddyIsRaddy and Innocent-owl. Their works are awesome in lighting and composition.

#5) How would you describe your art?

My stories are mostly gentle. I really love how giantess treats her tinies with love and care, though I think those domination and entrapment are a good direction to explore. I believe the stories with more elements inside could allow the readers to enjoy the stories more. That’s exactly what I am trying to implement into my “Babysitter” story.

#6) Can you briefly describe the amount of work which goes into a single comic, such as the recent “Parallel World”? Do you have any advice for people wanting to make their own 3-D comics?

I spend most of the time thinking about the story’s scenes, because I hate doing the repetitive scenes just with characters changed. I believe that is unfair to the people who are paying to buy my comics and I am trying to make the content worth its price. I spend around 2 weeks of thinking about the storyline and around 1-2 weeks to pose the models and do the rendering.

For those people who want to start making their 3D renders or comics, I would advise them: patience. Much time and effort are required to run your page, like keep making pictures and some advertisements, so that a considerable amount of people could know you. You need patience to continue rendering and wait for the increase in your watchers and the likes.

#7) Could you discuss the rewards for supporting your Patreon? Are there any upcoming projects that you would like to mention?

The early access to my advance update of “Babysitter” is the reward of the “Basic Supporters” tier. For the “Intermediate Supporters”, beside the early access reward, they are also able to see a short comic per month.

Honestly, my current schedule is quite occupied at the moment. I am now updating my two series “Babysitter” and “Gulliveriana” weekly and I would not start a new project until either of the series is finished.

Lastly, again thank you for inviting me for the interview!


Thank you so much Harafung!

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