Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Prank War: Banging Gina

And Gina's ordeal at the NRD Fraternity continues! Just 4 captions this time, but I've got 6 more all-but-finished for the next installment. And that should lead to the finale, which I had hoped to have ready by Halloween, but will probably take a bit longer now.

I'm very happy that many of you are enjoying this series, but I did want to say that I've put a lot of stuff on the back burner to finish this series out. So there will be more here after I've finished off the Prank War.

For instance, I've got a forced breast enlargement series planned out, a few more age-regression cap ideas I want to use, and I've been dying to do a ponygirl-puppygirl series for a while now. I've also got a few more extreme ideas that I've been saving, cause they wouldn't really fit in with the Prank War series. Amputation, maybe even magical transformations, that sort of thing.

There is one thing that I've been wondering about: Would you all prefer a long series of captioned images, or stories with pictures added throughout? 

I ask because once I start writing, I can write an entire short story pretty quickly, but making captions requires a lot of editing and extra time to make sure every caption is legible. I tend to write way more material than would ever fit on a caption, so naturally a lot of stuff gets cut. And sometimes I have removed entire scenes I had written, just because I couldn't find a good picture to go with it.

I do think going the story-with-pictures route would lead to more content, in less time, but I'm sure some people prefer reading short captions rather than an entire story.  So please, let me know what you think. I'm very interested in hearing about your preferences.

Thanks everyone, for visiting and commenting and reading my captions! Thank you!

As always, the captions are after the break.

- B-Rex


  1. Another nice entry.

    As for the story v. caption question, I think you should let the story determine the content. Some series would work better as a story with occasional pics while others would work better as a series of captions. I'd be happy to see either.

  2. I keep the captions on my pictures short, just because it keeps editing from being too big a hassle.

    When I write a short story (or a quick chapter), I think it's a lot easier/faster to paste in the text, then slide in appropriate pictures where they're needed as opposed to trying to break the text into captions and add it to pictures.

    The big delay for me is that I write the chapter first, and then go looking for pictures to fit. Starting with pictures you want to use would certainly speed that up.

    1. Yeah, I usually come up with the idea first, then look for pictures to fit. I really need to learn to stop doing that! :)

  3. I prefer the captions. photos and a short caption, but hey i have a very short attention span.

  4. I'm looking forward to the ending. :)

    There's no law that says you always have to do things the same way. It'll keep things different for us if you post a few short caps one time and a short story another time. It'll help you keep it fresh, as well. At the end of the day, writing is always best when you're enjoying writing it, so whatever seems like the most fun is probably the best.

  5. Yeah, I'd be a bit sad if you stopped doing any captions at all, but switching between captions and stories would be interesting and well worth trying!


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