Eh, I have to be honest, I think I'm on the end side of the weight like 70% of the time. I don't mind the progression, but me writing can very hard sometimes when I'm don't have the particular idea of the gaining occurring in a story. My stories have gaining or they don't. Besides I really enjoy the representation of a large person in itself.
Difficult choice (so I didn't choose), but I like both. The journey is as equally important as the destination, for me.
And sometimes, it really depends on the artist. Some people aren't as good with the progression as they are with the end result. Some people are better with the progressions than they are with the end result. And some people are great with both (I would put you in this group).
Progression is much more fluid and lively than the end result. Progression leads to dynamic characters and those are more interesting because they have character growth. pardon the pun lol. You do a fantastic job either way though.
I have to say that I like both the progression and the end result but it would only let me vote for one so I voted for the one I like the most, end result, but that piece you did "if you give a marshmallow a doughnut", that one I was really fond of cause it showed the before, during and after her weight gain that I just simply love, you always get the proportions dead on and perfect, I love your girls and commissions you do, they always look great
Definitely the progression. Each individual step of the process is a determining factor in the final outcome. The destination is only important once you come to it, but the journey is the true test of one's skills.
I'm all for progression because every weight gain story in itself is always interesting. Whether it being a food binge in one sitting or a poor choice in dieting, the progression personally has been more appealing to me. o: