Visual exploration of fantasies in gender-fluidity, femininity, glamour,transformation, illusion, cross-dressing, dominance and submission. Images posted here are NSFW and are the properties of the respective owners.
Chelsea's preferences are those of a revenge/karma tone. Atoning for sins and pass transgressions or being switched from one extreme to the other. In this case, I wanted to concentrate on the vengeance/ divine retribution angle. I originally wrote the voodoo priestess with a very literal Bayou accent. I quickly realized it was too hard to read so I switched it to something more readable.
I didn't make this caption for anyone in particular, but it was made with a Photoshop Template I created. I plan to post the template on Rachel's Haven for the toolbox to help beginners who might need a little boost in the visual department. I don't pretend to know a ton about Photoshop (there are SO MANY other captions-makers who are better with it than me. . . .Caitlyn-Masked, Steffie, Petra and Victoria to name a few), but I know enough to understand that it can be an intimidating program for the uninitiated. I myself and horrid in the technical sense; much of what I've learned has been through years of fiddling, searching tutorials and exchanging information with others.
I'll also be writing a tutorial for it and this caption was the text to see if it would visually be up to snuff. It worked out well and it also allows me some easy quick caps for when I'm feeling like getting something done. To give you an idea of what the Template looks like, here's the bare bones look of it:
This is the first caption I ever created. When I first made this, I had been on Rachel's Haven for all of a week and I decided to dip my toes into writing captions. I had seen them for years all over the internet at this time, but they were scattered in so many places. I had contributed stories to Fictionmania but nothing beyond that.
Looking back on this, I'm pleased with what I wrote, but I had no concept of design. I large block of space, some text and a picture was pretty much all I knew (Notice it doesn't even have a double name). At the time I was still exploring the idea of admitting that I had this kink so the Simone that runs this blog wasn't fully developed. Over 250 captions later I feel I've grown. Still, I can appreciate what this caption does do right. I originally wanted to remix this caption before posting it and I still might just for fun. How do you think I've done in the years since making this caption?
Posted at Rachel's Haven for Sissytiff September 2011
This poor girl forgot that you can't trust your friends when you are messing with magic spells. But in the end they had to pay as well. . . in this case with their wallets. I think she's the winner in every way.
I think of all the captions I've ever written, I'm proudest of this one. I will tell you now that if you are looking for something with a most sexual nature, this caption won't be it. I really wanted to write something that captured sacrifice and unconditional love in it's purest form. It was made for the June 2008 caption contest (the theme was Father's Day). I haven't been at the haven longer than a month and this was the first time I actually entered a contest. I was very new to captioning and looking at it now, I can see visual mistakes I wouldn't make now. Regardless, the story was what I was truly going for so I that was my focus.
This turned out to be the winner of that month and I was very surprised at the response it received. While I have rarely used the pregnancy trope in a caption, I do understand the allure of it. There is perhaps no other action that embodies femininity than giving life. To feel a life growing inside you and becoming bonding with that child is something I I believe holds one of the highest honors in our society. Usually when I use it, I try to take great care with it in captions. Still, there is a sensual allure to feeling the weight of a pregnant body as well.
I hope you enjoyed this sentimental look at captioning. Until next time, doll.s