Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Lesson Plan

Hey everyone. I know it's been a few days since my last update, and while I want to say things will get better, I'd probably be lying. I just don't have the free time to turn out as much material as I'd like. Part of the reason is because I'm now putting a lot more effort into design than I did in the past, but it's mostly because I just have ton of other things that have to get done. But such is life, although I hate having to put my hobbies on hold.

So here's your new caption for the week. I'm not sure if I like the images or not. While I love the emotion and action they present, I'm not a big fan of either of the models. But the story was too good to pass up so I made it anyway. I was kind of torn over whether or not to describe the transformation or not. While I think it would have been nice, space constraints made it an easy thing to scratch from the final edit. I didn't have another image and I hate it when the writing gets too small, so it went in the trash.

Let me know if you want to see more out there kind of transformations/situations, or if you prefer my normal stuff. Although to be fair, calling any of the stuff I publish normal is quite the stretch. Enjoy the rest of your week.


  1. Certainly a tantalizing punishment you've come up with! The models definitely have great expressions that fit the story. I love your work so just stick to what your inspired to make

  2. you so hit the nail on the head with you lead in Rauk... I dont much care for the models either. I do love the pantyhose look, the idea behind the change, the punishment aspect of the story and the implied ages of the situation. However the models just don't fit enough to make it worth more than a meh. nice story though!

  3. I agree with both you and SkyDave here. The pictures inspired a great story, but they are just a little 'off'. The expressions are great, and its hard to imagine that they were anything other than what you wrote. The story just ends up overpowering the images though. Good cap overall!

    For me at least, the added attention to the design is appreciated. So long as it doesn't overtake your creative process. My feeling is that a good cap should have in order: A good story (you always deliver on this point), a good pic/layout, and third (and yes, I do put this behind the other two in importance) a good design.

  4. extremely creative story and excellent use of the images. You made them work for you as opposed to slaving the story to the imagery. Quite an impressive accomplishment.

  5. You took some less than entirely promising images but by adding that wonderful on so many levels punishment story and background made it all work well.

  6. Loved the caption here! True, the images were only okay, but your story turned it into a great caption. :)