Friday, March 27, 2015

Father/Son Caption Contest

Service announcement for those who don't scroll down - the Identity Crisis Contest caps are down one post, so check that out!

After winning top billing in the recent poll, our next contest will be focused on fathers and sons! I decided against the possibility of running two contests at once (for now), and instead might run a contest every week so there will be new stuff to inspire people on a more regular basis. As always, check out the rules (and don't forget the new email!) below:

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 my email,
3. You may submit as many captions as you want, but only one caption per image* (SEE BONUS FOCUS FOR ACCEPTABLE ADJUSTMENT TO THIS RULE). 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 a weeks time, I will sort post all the captions that you sent me in a single post!

THEME: FATHER/SON - It's another family feminization contest! This time I want to see how Daddy and Junior end up in skirts and heels - was Father secretly in love with crossdressing and wanted to share it with Sonny Boy? Did Little Jimmy inspire Big Bad Dad to become a sexy sissy? Or perhaps their mother/wife or sister/daughter punished the naughty men of the family with makeovers? Whatever the case, the family line is now decidedly female - you have fun deciding why!

BONUS FOCUS: This is a new part of the introduction to get you thinking about specific ideas that I particularly like - totally not necessary but I felt it might help inspire people/get them thinking outside the box a bit. For this contest, consider trying one of the following:
  • Make two different caps with the same image, with each flipping which model is the father/which is the son in each cap.
  • Consider a multi-generational/multi-family father/son cap (i.e. grandpa/father/son or two fathers/sons). Series could also work and be interesting to combing images!

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