I’ve had this idea for a while now. There’s a seen in the Saiya-jin Saga where Vegeta pummel Yajirobe while he’s upside down in some rubble. The scene’s right after Yajirobe cuts his back, but I think the tail cutting scene is more memorable so I decided to reference that for my Dragon Ball F reimagining of the scene here.
I had this idea a while ago, and finally got around to finishing the pic. I don’t remember what initially made me think of this scenario, but Vegeta F showing Goku F how to fuck her wife hard seemed kinda fun. For whatever reason I find this scenario playing out with the original DBZ cast harder to picture, I don’t know why it seems like a better fit with the F cast to me. This is also the first time I’ve drawn Vegeta F without her tail, since this situation would have to take place much later than the first time I drew her.
I wanted to answer this question for a few reasons. One is that I’ve got a lot of other stuff going on right now, and kinda wanted something simple to focus on, but that’s not the only reason. For those who don’t remember, Dragon Ball F was a side project I tried to get off the ground back in 2018. The premise was that, at some point in the past of this universe, someone had used the Dragon Balls (though now I’d say probably the Super Dragon Balls) to create a world of only women. So in this universe, characters like Chi-Chi and Bulma are largely the same, while all the male/alternatively gendered characters are female. People didn’t respond super well to the concept, but I was happy to see Vegeta from that concept getting a question. The one pic I did of Vegeta F (or Princess Vegeta, if you prefer) was from the Saiya-jin Saga of DBZ, which is why she has her tail here. In answering, I of course wanted to set in stone that she’s a separate person from Vegeta, but I also got to address a question I’ve had submitted but never answered, which is that for characters with multiple versions (like Gohan, for example), they are the same person and just use sci-fi tech to shift ages as needed for different shoots.
So I said before that Vegeta was the obvious choice for the next Dragon Ball F entry (where I’m drawing female versions of the men from Dragon Ball). I decided to spice his entry up a little by adding Nappa and Raditz, though I don’t know how likely it’ll be that either of those other two will show up in more works, but here we are.
I compensated for Vegeta and Raditz’ rather masculine-looking widow’s peaks by basing their hair more on their child designs. Nappa I think is meant to be bald do to age IRL, but I decided to keep the female Nappa bald because 1) There aren’t many elements of Nappa’s design that translate well to a female character (this is also why she’s the only one with a scouter) and 2) I’ve always thought bald chicks were kinda hot.