R The Wish (A Sissy Comic)
An 18 Year old boy makes a wish, unbeown to him that the family heirloom has a genie inside of it.
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Baby Butch
Great caption, very creative with nice pictures. Like the magic lamp and how the Genie grants the sleeping young mans wish. Just finished about half of your story Bonus. *5:30 PM* eastern
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baby5522
Aww, fank you for the comment Baby Butch, much aperciated and I would also apperciate your most honest kiss rating please. They are important to me equally as comments are. I am glad that you like the comic. I have wanted to do another one since I did the Alan In Sissy Baby Wonderland Comic.

Yep, the Special Bonus is quite long, but it needs to be, to explain everything about the story etc. I will email you tomorrow, I have been meaning to get around to sending you one and then I keep forgetting, silly me. I will make sure not to forget, promise.

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baby5522
THE REVEAL

I found the image of the boy when I did a search using Google Image Search, which has replaced my once most used Image Search site. Yahoo.

I happily discovered while clicking on one image, a selection of images appears next to it, though not with all images selected. But for those that do come with the following feature, leads to other images of the same title search.

There is one image at the end with a message in the bxed image to view more, that brings up a new page and images similar, but not exact to the first image selected.

My search was teenaged boys in Y-fronts, for alteration imaging purposes like this one here and only for that alone. Also I make sure that the images are of boys that do look old enough and not too young, unless I want to put a boy under 18 in a dreess and it is decent and not break any of the rules.

Anyway, with there being basically multiple choice/image options, I end up finding images I least expect to find, this works out great for me so that I can post my captions here, and I can easily go back to my first original chosen image with Google Image Search, this can't be done with Yahoo's Image Search.

So now Google Image Search is my all new No. 1 Image search, I still use Yahoo, just in case I can't find what I want in Google. The original image has no lamp in it and of course no Genie.

I open up ScketchUp Make and I draw a side standing rectangle. I then use the paint bucket and use the paint editor that is part of the paint bucket menu screen. I select the original boy image and select the reverse side of my rectangle to paint fill it.

If I use the front side of the rectangle, for some odd reason the image appears in reverse, but on the reversed side, the image appears the right way round. Don't ask me why it is that way. It has always been that way with SketchUp.

The image appears in small boxes, again I not know why, but fortunately I know how to adjust the virtical and horizontal controls of the image, I usually use the virtical control, unless the horizontal value is at 1" if the virtical value is say at 8".

Then I leave it as it is. basically either of the two, I alter in value which is usually always 20" in the editor. 20" gives me as near to it, one large image or sometimes two large ones, both are the same.

I then use the scale tool of SketchUp to scale the rectangle to scale just the one image to full view, then I select the draw line tool and I drew around the area of the back of the Y-Fronts, once complete, I coloured the section only, in white, using the colour pallet of the paint bucket.

I then used the push pull tool on the front side of the rectangle to pull out creating a 3D Board, with the image on the reverse side. I then saved my work. I tried to at first draw around images of pairs of frilly plastic pants that I could turn into 3D models and place over the area painted Y-Fronts.

I tried various images, but they did not work. So I used a new trick, which I have recently discoveed about the Image Editor, there is a way to control the actual textured image itself like of the plastic pants, with an original blue background and on a figure that from behind looks to be that of a man.

I however only wanted the image of just the palstic pants and not the rest, well, there is a way to scale up or down the original image, rotate it etc. Until I have exactly and only what I need, getting the image of the plastic pants to as near as posible, fit within the drawn shape of the Y-Fronts.

I then left click with what I have, and as if by magic, the aera of the Y-Fronts has exactly only the image of the plastic pants that fit within the drawn shape. It's not an exact line up/match, but that is and I hope, not too important.

The end result looks good enough for what it is intended for. I am quite happy that the method worked at all and so quite well. This new method of Image Altering helps me in many ways. I plan to put it to good use.

I saved with model with the boy wearing the plastic pants, then I went to Google Image Search to look for Genies, there was a selection of them already out of their lamps, but I needed an image of a lamp all by itself, luckilly for me, images of magic lamps were among the images of Genies too.

I found a lamp and imported that image into SketchUp Make, as witih the image of the bowy, I drew a rectangle first, paint the reverse side, hover I do nto touch the front, I paint the reverse side, scale the rectangle until I have one large image of the lamp, then I drew around that mostly using the curv draw tool.

Once my drawing was omplete, I select the Push/pull tool in SketchUp to pull out the face of the image of the lamp I have drawn around, that pops out, the front part is hollowed out, so I draw a line going across to fill up the hollowed inside part, now the front becomes the back.

The image is now in 3D I save that with eh view of the 3D Lamp facign me, with the reverse side completely blank. There was a lot of male depicted genies, I wanted a female one and not Genie. (Barbara Heden of the tv series. I Dream Of Genie)

I found one and I drew around her too, using SketchUp. I had to use that again so I could use screen captured shots of the altered original boy image. Only for this I just made a basic 3D board, import the screen captured images, scale them over the board until they fit all flush, top, bottom and sides, then I imported the lamp and the Genie, place them against the iamge, sacling them to size, so everything all fits and the Genie looks as though she really is coming out of that lamp.

This wonderful optical illusion effect I learned how to do a long time ago, it requires very careful and clever placing of the models. then once all looks right, I screen cpaturedd the finished touch.

To add the speach bubbles and the flash shape, I used Microsoft Powerpoint and inserted speach bubles and shapes over the inserted image, I inserted text boxes for the thought and speach bubbles, the wording Flash, I had to use SketchUp for that using 3D Text, so that I could have the word slanted to fit within the tilted flash bubble.

Every single scene was inserted into PowerPoint and saved as Jpegs, once all the alteratiosn had been all done and that was how I made this comic.


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annabellacheff
has a lot of potental as a story
lots of love
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baby5522
Fank you Annabellacheff for the comment. If you like the comic so much, you have my blessing to make it into a story. I have no plans to make this into a story myself. I am done with doing stories, but have a lot yet of old ones that I have not shared here at sk.

So, at some point, I will share those old stories. For now, I am happy making captions. It's a welcome break after doing so many stories.

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babyginagirl
I WISH TO BE A BABY GIRL!!!!!!
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baby5522
Fank You for the comment Babyginagirl, it is vrey much appreciated. I wish to be a Sissy Baby, maybe we should ask that Genie to come back and grant both of our wishes.

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