Hi everyone! As a note, the captions for the Wedding Caption Contest will be presented in the next 24 hours, so if you were still hoping to rush in a cap in before the deadline, try to get it to me within 20 hours of this post! With that out of the way, I'm releasing the images for the next contest a little early in hopes that we can have a shorter submission period that still gives people two weekends to cap during. This theme of a "Serial Transformer" comes about from a suggestion from Ian - the deadline will be Wednesday, March 30!
1. I will post images and a general theme to focus your work slightly
2. You all will take these images and send either a completed caption (meaning image and text formatted together) or text with the image to go to it (I will put a cap together if you don't know how or would rather that I format it!) to firstname.lastname@example.org (my contest specific email).
3. You may submit as many captions as you want, but only one caption per image. All captions must be TG or crossdressing in some format (F2F is not really a theme of this blog, but in case any of you wanted to try this, I would prefer that you didn't).
4. After the submission deadline, I will sort post all the captions that you sent me in a single post!
THEME: SERIAL TRANSFORMER - While most contests I do are based around a phrase or category of TG captions, this time we're trying to focus on a specific idea. The concept is that there is a "serial transformer" that has been feminizing multiple men. You're goal is to bring this serial TGer to life...or explore the circumstances around them! Some things to consider:
- How does the serial TGer transform their victims and what is their motive: Is it a witch who uses magic to spite married men, a mother who crossdresses teenaged children, or a hypnotist with a proclivity for creating new assistants?
- Is there a theme behind the transformations: Are all victims turned into blond bimbos? Drag queens? Perhaps they're all men of a certain age or who know the serial TGer?
- What perspective do you want to analyze the transformations: Are you going to discuss it from the point-of-view of the serial TGer themselves? Perhaps the victims describe what happened to them? Or maybe its a cop or journalist trying to solve/cover the mystery?
Anyways, that the framework in which I hope you'll consider your caps! Note that while this theme naturally appeals to multicap series (hint hint those would be awesome! hint hint), you can totally do this in a single image setting as well!