Saturday, 28 February 2015

I'm not one for churning out hundreds of captions, but I have not produced any new work for a number of months. I have been busy in life and uninspired in mind. I am now back and will continue to contribute as regularly as I can. I will also be posting on my TUMBLR account as a way to back up new material and will also be adding some of my older work (already available on this blog).

I just want to thank those who have supported me over the last 15 years or so I have been faking and capping. This blog is reasonably popular but I rarely receive feedback. This is what drives our creative urges. If you believe nobody is interested you wonder what the point is. I hope you have enjoyed and will continue to enjoy my work.

Chris

4 comments:

  1. You definitely deserve more feedback and hope you get some. Thank you for all your amazing captions, esp. the bodyhoppers ones.

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  2. Welcome back man and enjoyed your work as always.

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  3. WOOT, glad to see you back. Been busy with a lot of RL stuff myself(I'm in a Local theatre production right now and it's taking up all my energy), so I haven't had time to post feedback that much on a lot of my favorite captioneers sites.

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  4. First time commenter here. I can understand the frustration of not having feedback, but as you know this community is somewhat of a private one to many (myself included). A reluctance to comment is not out of a desire to not appreciate what you put forth, but out of a fear of confirm to what many are feeling. It in a sense confirms a fear that we are not who we want to be. To many this is a outlet and is therapeutic. So, to those, like yourself who are brave enough to put yourself out there and "risk" being discovered, we are especially grateful. What you do is important to others and helps people in many ways, ways that you may be perfectly aware of, as you may have once been in the position that I am in. However, I think that the lack of comments can be especially discouraging, but I think that it is important to note that you are in many ways what some of us adhere to be, but we don't have to bravery to put ourselves out there in fear of being "discovered", so thank you for your fantasies and allowing us who appreciate the art to share in them.

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