Thursday, August 1, 2013

Feminization Caption Story - Political Pressure

I've been working on this caption story for a while; the pictures didn't seem to want to cooperate (especially the "before" pictures), so I had to make multiple attempts at getting them right.  It took a lot of work, but I think I'm reasonably  happy with the end result (visually).  As to the story, it's not anything groundbreaking, but I do like the idea behind it.  Ultimately, it's an exploration of priorities.  The antagonist forces a choice, and we get to explore the repercussions of that decision.  And that's always fun to see.

Anyway, I hope you all like it.


  1. I love when you add a long multi-photo set on occasion. very detailed and well thought out. A welcome change from your usual great single panel captions. Where do you get your inspiration to put together such different photos into a coherent story. Thank you for all of your hard work.

    1. Typically, I'm actually inspired by a single picture to which I then attach my own little situation (for this one, the picture I used was the bathroom scene). Once I've found one I like, I start searching for pictures of that particular model. Usually, I end up with around fifty or so pictures, from which I select the ones that fit the story and can be modified in a reasonable amount of time. Sometimes, I cheat (with this story, I cheated multiple times), and I put my model's face on a different body to match the scene with the story I want to tell. And finally, I create my "before" pictures - those are the hardest, because it's not easy finding suitable male models. Then, I put the pictures in order, and name them (usually just a one or two word description of what the story will say). This functions as the outline. And then, finally, at long last, I write the story. Most of the time, I end up having to find more pictures to tell a particular chapter. Either way, the long stories are really time-consuming, so I can't do them that often.