Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Reparations Caption Story - Rehabiliation

This story was originally going to be much, much shorter.  I envisioned a quick, 10-frame caption series which I could knock out in a few hours.  But as happens sometimes, I sort of got carried away by the story.  As it grew, I realized that it could easily morph from an individual story to a much larger picture of an entire society - as told from the original protagonist's perspective.  I think I accomplished that.

However, I will revisit this at a later date, adding other perspectives.  Either way, I hope you enjoy this one.































12 comments:

  1. Thanks, very hot!

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    1. You're welcome! Thanks for being a fan!

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    1. Thanks - I spend a lot of time on these multi-caption stories, so it's nice to see that they are appreciated.

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  3. Truly great, my breath always 'skips a beat' when I see your multi-captions :) . Keep it up!

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    1. Will do! If I'm honest, these longer caption stories are probably my favorite projects. They take a while, but they're totally worth it.

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  4. You do this better than anyone! This was great. Thank you.

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    1. That's flattering - thank you! I enjoy working on them.

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  5. Just amazing. Really great work!

    Wes
    www.interracialforcedfemcaps.blogspot.com

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    1. I do like to go back to these Reparations stories from time to time - it's such a fertile universe. I hope to revisit it again in the future. Thanks for reading, and being a fan - I enjoy your blog as well. So keep up the great work.

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  6. Damn this is erotic, I absolutely love this black-domination Omar Bell stuff and I'd love you to keep doing more of it. I hate to say the regular sissy feminization stuff is getting stale and repetitive, but it kinda is.

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    1. I don't disagree. My only excuse is that with over about a thousand captions, there's really no way to avoid repetition - at least not with the fairly limited scope of working in a single genre (or a single person's imagination). I tend to focus a little more on the photo modifications as a creative outlet, and use the captions themselves as a writing exercise in writing a succinct story Sometimes, my writing has a problem with brevity, and captioning was originally intended to cure that propensity for overwriting. However, I do endeavor to inject a little creativity into each caption, and would welcome any suggestions or requests. As always, thanks for reading.

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