Alright, from someone who has watched a stupid amount of vore videos over the last decade:
- Context matters less than you think. A lot of vore video scenarios are really played out (e.g., some pill that shrinks people or lets you swallow people; “I discovered your fetish”; etc.). I usually skip the “intros” because generally they take several minutes, they’re cringy, and they’re more tedium than buildup. A bit of talking in the beginning can work, though, to set up the scene: the end of a first date, a night with your partner, whatever. It just has to be subtle – not directly about vore, but teasing and hinting at what’s to come.
- Show off your body! Vore puts a lot of emphasis on the mouth, but it’s just as much about the belly and the rest of your body. I prefer vore, especially same-size vore, with larger models because becoming part of her body is part of the fantasy for me, and on bigger girls it’s a bit more “realistic.” Bring your chest, ass, and thighs into the picture too.
- Keep the shots interesting. Watching a uvula for two minutes straight isn’t really that exciting – there’s a lot more you can do with the camera outside of your mouth, even if you don’t feel like talking. Licking and kissing are my favorite parts of teasing.
- If you’re doing POV, look into the camera. It’s a little jarring when the model is supposed to be talking to you, but she’s obviously looking to the side. I also think POV in general makes for better and more immersive content than eating gummy bears of little figurines, but maybe other people prefer it the other way around?
I hope that’s not too much information! I do work critically with literature in the real world, though, so that might make me pickier about narrative than other people. It also makes means I have a lot of opinions about the media I consume (or the media that consumes me). Feel free to message me if you want me to elaborate on anything.