Saturday, March 17, 2018

Reduce Reuse Recycle

I thought of this one as I was taking out the recycling.  Sometimes the inspiration for my caps is as dumb and straightforward was that lol.


Thursday, March 15, 2018

Humans of the Great Shift - Hunter

My life has been too busy recently.  So so so tired.

Can I be Kristen Bell again?  I felt so good in her body.  Getting kind of frustrated with the limits I'm feeling in my own.


Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Dial H for Heroine 61

It was fun seeing people's responses to the last caption in this series.  There are certain captions in this series that I've been looking forward to seeing people's reactions to; the last caption was one of them.  :)

In the end, though, it was just a dream.  This is a scene I've had in mind since before I even started writing the series; John was always going to go to sleep in one of his heroine forms, and Leila was always going to walk in on him while he was still transformed.  So I decided, as I got ready to write this sequence, that I'd throw in a dream sequence, just for fun.  :)

The idea was partly just to have a fun, surprising little scene; but it was also to get a glimpse into John's psyche.  He enjoys being a superhero, but he's upset that no one knows who he is, since he becomes a different heroine every time he uses the H-pad.  He doesn't have the name recognition that someone like Patriot has.  He also misses his parents.  And meanwhile, his sense of self is shifting; he's been so many women, he's becoming much more comfortable thinking of himself as a woman.  So I drew up a little dream life for him: a reality where, instead of using the H-pad to become a variety of heroines, he gets to be one single superhero, and the public loves him for it, and he doesn't feel as alone and unappreciated as he does in his real life.  It's also a life where his parents are still alive.  And, of course, he's a woman, because every superhero he has been has been female, so naturally he would become a female superhero in his dreams.

Contant Payne wasn't so far off when he brought up the Black Mercy, a plant that plunges people into dreams of their ideal lives.  :)

Nice to see people engaging with the story.  :)


Monday, March 12, 2018