TG Caption This: The Most Charitable Spirit For The holidays!
Welcome dear members of "Turn Into A Girl", to our popular feature "TG Caption This", where we give out a theme and show off a drawing then ask you to write or draw something inspired by it which encompasses (EnCaptions) the idea.
Theme Write, Draw, or Caption the theme TG Caption This: The Most Charitable Spirit For The Holidays! Write, Caption, or Draw up a male protagonist whose kindness to a charity is reward in a way that he is shown the true spirit of the holidays like never before. And when I say like never before we mean in that turn into a girl kind of way.
Curve Ball: Your protagonist is turned into a little orphan girl, in the very organization that she donated to while still a male. She finds she is about to get adopted into a family!
Note: As always Curve Ball will be an optional element idea where a rule is placed or a twist is made that the artist who draw, write or caption might use to make this story interesting in a changeling sort of way! Or they can just ignore it altogether.)
Base your artworks inspiration on the picture below.
Note: Please do not reveal what franchise, Anime, Manga, Comic, or Video Game the inspiration image may come from as it destroys the premiss of artistic creation and imagination for some. Please do not ask about where the inspiration images source comes from, thank you
The more detailed you are about stuff in the drawing the better. The more detailed the process of transformation from guy to girl, what you felt like before, during, and after the better and do not forget to explain how it took place, why it took place and by whom for what reason/motive. Submit your drawings, captions or short stories here in the blog or to the group and title them TG Caption This:The Most Charitable Spirit For The Holidays! Or just say the story was inspired by the group "Turn Into A Girl" and it's group blog feature "TG Caption This" in your artist comment area." Also to make it easier on the founder pleases add her icon tag : icon Mikoto Wolfskin: ,without spaces, in your artist comment area so there is no way she will miss it And before you all go, here is some spotlight featuring last times art challenge contestants!
"TG Caption This: You Are What Gender You Paint!"
TG Caption This: You are the gender you paint.I am Raphael, 18 year old student of the University of Grand Arts and today I walked in class and got ready to paint a portrait of me if I was a girl. She would have orange hair. So when class started I got out the canvas and begun to paint, first I begun with the outline, I started from the head and sketched the perfect shape, not to round and not too tall. As I outlined it with the black paint, i suddenly felt my face go all tingling like my nerves weren't working. I then done the ears, nose and eyes and suddenly the tingling expanded to those areas. My nose felt like it was going to sneeze, my eyes watered and my ears burned. It stopped after a few minutes. I then sketched the lips and made them darker, they cupid's bow lips was perfectly aligned with the rest of the face. Suddenly I felt my lips swell and throb. I bit my lip and the pain stopped. I then worked on the body, the perfect shoulders, long, slender arms, wide chest and then I stopped. My shoulders stiffened, my arms felt
TG Caption This: You Are What Gender You Paint!
“Wow, that class was boring,” said Sean as we walked out of the classroom.
“History always is.” Indeed, today’s class was exceptionally boring, but the class never really excited anyone. “At least now it’s art class.”
“Oh, come on John,” said Sean, “we both know you hate art.”
I laughed. Indeed, I had never really been much of a painter. Everything I painted would wind up being some kind of amorphous blob, and half of the paint would wind up on me instead. What was even worse – the teacher seemed to think it was an amazing piece of artwork and would try to get me to make more in my free time. Hell, one piece even fetched close to $1,000,000 for the school.
I sighed. “Yeah, I know,” I said, “but don’t say that too loud or I’d hate to think what problems I’d have.” Indeed, the money I raised for the school had already built an entire wing, gotten us new textbooks, and r