I know a lot of my watchers are artists in their teens and early 20's; and as such you've all probably asked yourselves the same thing I do when staring at a finished sketch:
'Do those look real?'
Well, that's a sticky question inherently, because, duh, not all breasts look alike; and, depending on the waist, different cups will have a, uh, more substantial appeal, shall we say. A taut, cross-fit cultivated waist can make a B look like a C, and a blubberous midriff can make a C look like...well, like a C, but certainly not a D; as a C would on a trim waist. Contrast is the essence of visual perspective.
It can be problematic, trying to discern what is and isn't, relatively speaking, a 'C' or a 'D', or an 'A' or a 'B' cup size. Especially for those men who don't want the browser history of a pre-op transvestite. Men, in general, are at an inherent disadvantage when it comes to portraying the female form: because we're not wom