Thursday, April 25, 2013

[Question] Could you make more...?

Look deeply into my eyes as I answer this request!

This very polite question comes in from an anonymous poster.  I hate to say it, but the question came in back on April 8th.  I wanted to answer it sooner, but I also wanted to have a cap to go with it.  Since I haven't come up with an accompanying cap in two and a half weeks I'll just go ahead and answer it now.

Could you make more hypnosis captions? please and thank you

The easiest way to answer this is by saying 'Yes'.  I can make more hypnosis captions.

But like any other transformative method I have to both be in the right mood and be inspired to it by a photo.  Lately I haven't been leaning that way.  I've tended to fall more into magic or magical technology rather than hypnosis being the method used.

I think one of the reasons I'm heading in that direction is I'm diving more into the 'before' and 'after' settings of the transformation and making caps that deal less with the actual tranformation itself.  Hypnosis is a great and fun tool to use while describing the actual transformation... but not a great resource when explaining why the person was transformed or what they are doing after being transformed.

Plus hypnosis to me is fine for use in a cross dressing cap, but not really useful in a fully transformed cap.  I really dislike captions that use hypnosis and only hypnosis to make a man into a woman.  Making him dress up and act girly?  That's fine.  Making him grow breasts and change genders?  Not so much.  So if I were to use it now, it would only be part of the transformation.

But with all that being said, all things are cyclical.  I'm sure I'll swing back into the cross-dressing/sissy side of things where hypnosis can play a much larger role.  In the meantime, you might enjoy an older cap I made called "Girly Girl".  I was reminded of it by a recent comment for Jenna Winn.  I'd say it's the cap that I utilized hypnosis the most in.  It's also one of my longest caps (if not THE longest cap) that I've written.

Thanks for asking the question!

1 comment:

  1. It is well worth reading...It just occurred to me the other day that you have years of stuff that I haven't seen. So I went back and started from the beginning. I wasn't even really sure if you would see that I made a comment on something so far back in time. I'm glad I felt compelled to do so... even if it wasn't very eloquent.