Sunday, November 28, 2010

A Helping Hand

This is an early cap I did.  It is one of my rare caps that I didn't make for someone else.

This is one of the few caps where I wrote the majority of the story before finding the pics. I tried, while writing, to leave out details that I could add in about the photos like what she would be wearing.  The original story had a bracelet instead of a collar.

Once I had most of the story down, I then looked for the right image.  And looked.  And looked.  And looked.  Needless to say I no longer write the story before selecting the image.  I find it to frustrating when the image doesn't match what I have in mind.  I really wanted an image with a little more bondage, but none of the bondage images I found matched up to what was in my head. 

Now when I cap, I get a very basic idea in my head, and then search for an image that helps tell that story.  About half the time I find an image that will work.  The other half I find an image that doesn't fit what I had in mind, but tells a better story and I make a completely different cap. 

Anywho... this is one of my favorite themes;  a good guy transformed while trying to help someone else.  At first he is willing, but it just goes so far beyond what he was willing to do.


  1. I have never tried writing a story before having a picture. I have come up with some story ideas before having the pic, but never anything more than an outline in my head. I can see how it would be really frustrating finding the pic that would match the story. I commend you for doing so with this one.

  2. Petra,

    Thanks for stopping by my little corner of the Net!

    Yea, I took this cap as a lesson to never write the story for a cap without first having the image in hand. I know some people that do this, but I just can't do it. I DO like the images used here (I mean come on... look at that ass!), but they don't match up with what I had in mind.

    IF I don't concentrate on what I had in mind for the image(s), then I can enjoy this cap. But I really find that hard to do.

  3. I don't know, but I think this turned out great.