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The Dream of the Moving Giantess
I have been searching for several years to find a giantess video where you can really see what you find in dozens of giantess stories but most of it I could not find:

gorgeous footprints in tarmac or soil

houses that turn into rubble and dust under her destructive feet

cars that can be flattened as if they were made of tinfoil

people who get caught under her feet, get flattened and stick to her sole or remain in her footprint
All that I have found in collages. But there is, of course, no movement.
>>> In my first video you will find real footprints and tiny brick houses playfully
destroyed or stepped on by the giantess.
>>> I have added a “Coming soon” part showing our newly developed building
material for houses
>>> In the following films I will try to solve the problem of tinfoil cars and squishy people  trying to improve step by step.
As characters, I imagine giantesses not only as angry women, but they should also smile and laugh a lot. There should be a wide range of characters:

an extremely careful gentle giantess who makes sure that she will hurt nobody

a loving girlfriend or wife, looking for her partner  a woman who is caring about him but not much concerned about the rest of the world

a curious traveller who accidentally – like Gullivera  gets into a small world, walks around everywhere and wants to look into every house

a grownup, but still very playful and quite careless girl who enjoys and destroys all kinds of toys

a giantess who is not really malicious but absolutely careless about everything that is so small – she simply does not pay attention to where she steps – like everybody else who does not watch out for beetles and ants

an angry woman – for whatever reason – who wants to get rid of her emotions and takes them out on the small people

a malicious and sadistic character who enjoys watching the helpless little people suffer under her feet and squashes them with obvious delight
>>> In the first film she impersonates the loving wife looking for her husband.
Anyway: A giantess can be GENTLE or RAMPAGING, but she will ALWAYS be DESTRUCTIVE to a certain extent: She will at least leave big footprints wherever she walks.
The Question of SIZE
Giantesses and tiny people appear at various sizes.
I will probably deal with the ones mentioned below.
It is easy to multiply the height, but for the weight you have to consider the three dimensions (cube) and therefore you have two multiply it three times. That means: If she is 20 times as tall, you have to multiply by 20x20x20=8000 to get her real weight.
Vice versa, you have to divide by the cube when you calculate for a man who is seen from her perspective or has been shrunk.
Here are the scales and the approximate measurements based on a woman or a man who is about 1,80 metres / 6 feet tall and weighs about 70 kilos. Most figures are rounded.


THE GIANTESS 

THE SMALL MAN 



from the small man's perspective 

from the giantess's perspective 












scale 

≈ metres 
≈ feet 
cube factor 
≈ tons 

≈cm 
≈ inches 
≈ grams 
≈ ounces 
1:1 

1.8 
5'11 
1 
0.07 

180 
5ft11 
70,000.00 
2,564.10 
1:12 

20 
72 
1,728 
96 

15 
6 
40.50 
1.4835 
1:20 

36 
120 
8,000 
560 

9.0 
4 
8.75 
0.3205 
1:43 

80 
200 
79,507 
5,500 

4.0 
2 
0.88 
0.0322 
1:50 

90 
280 
125,000 
8,750 

3.5 
2 
0.56 
0.3205 
1:60 

100 
350 
216,000 
15,000 

3.0 
1½ 
0.32 
0.0205 
1:87 

150 
500 
658,503 
46,000 

2.0 
1 
0.11 
0.0040 
1:100 

180 
600 
1,000,000 
70,000 

1.8 
¾ 
0.07 
0.0025 
1:160 

300 
1000 
4,096,000 
285,000 

1.0 
½ 
0.02 
0.0073 
1:220 

400 
1320 
10,648,000 
750,000 

0.8 
⅓ 
0.006 
0.0002 
Among these sizes there are some standard sizes for toys, because it might be convenient for finding construction material.
How to calculate with metres, feet and inches
The metric system makes it very easy to calculate:
1,70 metres X 10 = 17,00 metres
1,72 metres X 10 = 17,20 metres
1,75 metres X 10 = 17,50 metres
1,78 metres X 10 = 17,80 metres
1,80 metres X 10 = 18,00 metres
1,82 metres X 10 = 18,20 metres
It is much harder to calculate with feet and inches because 1 foot = 12 inches (duodecimal system!)
If there are more than 11 inches left, they have to be converted into feet.
5 ft 7 X 10 = 50 ft 70 >>> 55 ft 10
(70 inches = 5 ft 10)
5 ft 8 X 10 = 50 ft 80 >>> 56 ft 8
(80 inches = 6 ft 8)
5 ft 9 X 10 = 50 ft 90 >>> 57 ft 6
(90 inches = 7 ft 6)
5 ft 10 X 10 = 50ft 100 >>> 58 ft 4
(100 inches = 8 ft 4)
5 ft 11 X 10 = 50 ft 110 >>> 59 ft 2
(110 inches = 9 ft 2)
1 foot ≈ 0,30 metres
1 foot = 12 inches (duodecimal system!)
1 inch ≈ 2,5 cm (centimetres) = 0,025 m
>>> 4 inches ≈ 10 cm
How I manage to calculate:
I keep in mind three basic heights. to which I can add or from which I subtract: 11
1,52 metres ≈ 5 feet
1,82 metres ≈ 6 feet
2,12 metres ≈ 7 feet
Every 2,5 cm are an inch more,
every 5 cm are two inches more.
>>> 1,60 m ≈ 5 foot 3
>>> 1,65 m ≈ 5 foot 5
>>> 1,70 m ≈ 5 foot 7
>>> 1,75 m ≈ 5 foot 9
>>> 1,80 m ≈ 5 foot 11
>>> 2,00 m ≈ 6 foot 7
(2 metres is 5 inches or 5 X 2,5 cm below 7 feet:
12 inches minus 5 inches = 7 inches >>> 6 ft 7 inches)
I hope this will help you with your calculations.
Attention: All figures are rounded!
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A Website for GIANTESSFreaks who would like to see a Giantess in real action Our first film: Never Keep a GIANTESS Waiting The Giantess Olga is searching her boyfriend in town. She finds his house, but he has not come home yet. Due to getting bored while waiting, getting hungry and not watching her steps when she finally spots her boyfriend are the reasons why she creates an unbelievable mayhem in that small town. But she has learned how interesting it is to use her unusual power to amuse herself and play rough with her environment. In the end there is not much more left of the whole town than her boyfriend and his house – partly at least … G I A N T E S S M O V I E S The main part of this site The Dream of the Moving Giantess I have been searching for several years to find a giantess video where you can really see what you find in dozens of giantess stories but most of it I could not find: · gorgeous footprints in tarmac or soil · houses that turn into rubble and dust under her destructive feet · cars that can be flattened as if they were made of tinfoil · people who get caught under her feet, get flattened and stick to her sole or remain in her footprint All that I have found in collages. But there is, of course, no movement. >>> In my first video you will find real footprints and tiny brick houses playfully destroyed or stepped on by the giantess. >>> I have added a “Coming soon” part showing our newly developed building material for houses >>> In the following films I will try to solve the problem of tinfoil cars and squishy people  trying to improve step by step. Is characters, I imagine giantesses not only as angry women, but they should also smile and laugh a lot. There should be a wide range of characters:
· an extremely careful gentle giantess who makes sure that she will hurt nobody
· a loving girlfriend or wife, looking for her partner  a woman who is caring about him but not much concerned about the rest of the world
· a curious traveller who accidentally – like Gullivera  gets into a small world, walks
around everywhere and wants to look into every house
· a grownup, but still very playful and quite careless girl who enjoys and destroys all kinds of toys
· a giantess who is not really malicious but absolutely careless about everything that is so small – she simply does not pay attention to where she steps – like everybody else who does not watch out for beetles and ants
· an angry woman – for whatever reason – who wants to get rid of her emotions and takes them out on the small people · a malicious and sadistic character who enjoys watching the helpless little people suffer under her feet and squashes them with obvious delight >>> In the first film she impersonates the loving wife looking for her husband. Anyway: A giantess can be GENTLE or RAMPAGING, but she will ALWAYS be DESTRUCTIVE to a certain extent: She will at least leave big footprints wherever she walks. The Question of SIZE Giantesses and tiny people appear at various sizes. I will probably deal with the ones mentioned below. It is easy to multiply the height, but for the weight you have to consider the three dimensions (cube) and therefore you have two multiply it three times. That means: If she is 20 times as tall, you have to multiply by 20x20x20=8000 to get her real weight.Vice versa, you have to divide by the cube when you calculate for a man who is seen from her perspective or has been shrunk. Here are the scales and the approximate measurements based on a woman or a man who is about 1,80 metres / 6 feet tall and weighs about 70 kilos. Most figures are rounded.
THE GIANTESS 
THE SMALL MAN 

from the small man's perspective 
from the giantess perspective 

Scale 
≈Metres 
≈feet 
cube factor 
≈tons 
≈cm 
≈inches 
≈grams 
≈ounces 

1:1 
1.8 
5'11 
1 
0.07 
180 
5ft11 
70,000.00 
2,564.10 

1:12 
20 
72 
1.728 
96 
15 
6 
40.50 
1.4835 

1:20 
36 
120 
8.000 
560 
9.0 
4 
8.75 
0.3205 

1:43 
80 
200 
79.507 
5,500 
4.0 
2 
0.88 
0.0322 

1:50 
90 
280 
125.000 
8,750 
3.5 
2 
0.56 
0.3205 

1:60 
100 
350 
216.000 
15,000 
3.0 
1½ 
0.32 
0.0205 

1:87 
150 
500 
658.503 
46,000 
2.0 
1 
0.11 
0.0040 

1:100 
180 
600 
1.000.000 
70,000 
1.8 
¾ 
0.07 
0.0025 

1:160 
300 
1000 
4.096.000 
285,000 
1.0 
½ 
0.02 
0.0073 

1:220 
400 
1320 
10.648.000 
750,000 
0.8 
⅓ 
0.006 
0.0002 
Among these sizes there are some standard sizes for toys, because it might be convenient for finding construction material. How to calculate with metres, feet and inches The metric system makes it very easy to calculate: 1,70 metres X 10 = 17,00 metres1,72 metres X 10 = 17,20 metres1,75 metres X 10 = 17,50 metres1,78 metres X 10 = 17,80 metres1,80 metres X 10 = 18,00 metres1,82 metres X 10 = 18,20 metres It is much harder to calculate with feet and inches because 1 foot = 12 inches (duodecimal system!) If there are more than 11 inches left, they have to be converted into feet. 5 ft 7 X 10 = 50 ft 70 >>> 55 ft 10 (70 inches = 5 ft 10) 5 ft 8 X 10 = 50 ft 80 >>> 56 ft 8 (80 inches = 6 ft 8) 5 ft 9 X 10 = 50 ft 90 >>> 57 ft 6 (90 inches = 7 ft 6)5 ft 10 X 10 = 50ft 100 >>> 58 ft 4 (100 inches = 8 ft 4) 5 ft 11 X 10 = 50 ft 110 >>> 59 ft 2 (110 inches = 9 ft 2) 1 foot ≈ 0,30 metres1 foot = 12 inches (duodecimal system!)1 inch ≈ 2,5 cm (centimetres) = 0,025 m>>> 4 inches ≈ 10 cm How I manage to calculate: I keep in mind three basic heights. to which I can add or from which I subtract: 11 1,52 metres ≈ 5 feet1,82 metres ≈ 6 feet2,12 metres ≈ 7 feet Every 2,5 cm are an inch more, every 5 cm are two inches more. >>> 1,60 m ≈ 5 foot 3>>> 1,65 m ≈ 5 foot 5>>> 1,70 m ≈ 5 foot 7 >>> 1,75 m ≈ 5 foot 9>>> 1,80 m ≈ 5 foot 11>>> 2,00 m ≈ 6 foot 7 (2 metres is 5 inches or 5 X 2,5 cm below 7 feet: 12 inches minus 5 inches = 7 inches >>> 6 ft 7 inches) I hope this will help you with your calculations. Attention: All figures are rounded!