Creating my special effects movies fulfills me sexually and emotionally on an otherwise unachievable level. Yet over the years it’s clear I haven’t made nearly as many FX movies as I’ve wanted to – in fact many projects never saw the light of day! It wasn’t until recently did I finally come to understand the full reason why I didn’t have more FX movies… and how that could be changed!
FX work is inherently volatile; life can easily get in the way, shots or scripts might not pan out, other projects may need immediate attention, or even my sexual mood may change and my desire to film with it! Looking back at my own work and blogs, nearly all of these problems stemmed from the scope of my planned and released FX projects. The longer they aimed to be, the more time, money, and sexual commitment they required. This of course generated an even greater amount of stress, pressure, and overworking to compensate!
I tried many different methods (such as alternating between projects, attempting different lengths, experimenting), but I never addressed the root of the problem; I needed to actually re-evaluate the overarching goals of my FX work.
I know now what I truly want to change and achieve with my FX work – and my plan is already in motion. After reading the following sections that highlight the new approaches and changes I’m taking with my FX work, you will know the future as I see it! Read on!
1. The Real Deal + A Sneak Peek!
The first change is all about communication. While hyping you guys up is fun, FX projects are, as mentioned above, massively unpredictable. Talking about future projects as though they are certain – other than ones I’m editing at that very moment – often create a ton of pressure as I’m committing to a movie that very well might not pan out or be delayed for one reason or another; especially when I’m only talking about a concept or a script! You don’t have to read back far in my blog to see this was a problem.
So instead of frustrating the both of us, from now on I won’t even hint at upcoming FX movies until I have physical proof to show you such as a screenshot containing special effects.
Like right now!
This is a screen shot from “The Stolen Shrink Ray” – which will be released both soon and completely free! The film is 3.5 minutes long, 1080p, and needless to say… someone might get crushed!
It’s based directly off a scenario from my “Let’s Have Some Fun!” blog- can you guess which one…?
2. Free vs Pay
I think I may have subconsciously hinted at this when I posted my “Let’s Have Some Fun!” blog because it reveals the emotions behind one of the strongest desires I have in making FX work. That entire blog was the start of this change.
The simple truth is I want as many people to enjoy my films as possible. I don’t want to be an economically driven producer of content; I want to be a wild artist of sexual expression! Just in knowing someone deeply enjoyed losing themselves in my world and fantasy completes me on a sexual level as a giantess.
Therefore I want to release many of my future FX movies completely for free.
My criteria as to when movies will be free or pay will be only this: Bills are paid and life’s good? Free movie! Took a little too much time to make or the next project needs some funding? Pay movie! I also still plan on making super-short fun FX like the ones I mentioned in the “Let’s Have Some Fun” blog! These short fantasies allow me to have fun, experiment, and just make random cool stuff.
3. Distilled Fantasies
Looking back at my previous approach to movie production, it’s clear I had an idea of what I wanted to achieve but I couldn’t quite get there. Striving for full length productions was slowing me down and getting in the way. Longer films take exponentially longer to produce and are genuinely more stressful (financially, mentally) than shorter films. And truthfully, aiming for 20-50 minutes isn’t very realistic for these types of films or for fapping to, as much as I enjoyed Midnight Goddess!
But I don’t want simply shorter films either! Therefore my new goal will be to distill my films down into a pure essence of giantess sexuality and action!
In 3-12 minutes, I want a tantalizing taste of character, a sticky hint of intriguing plot… but only enough to get me wet and let all the throbbing hot action bring me to orgasm! I want stronger characters, mind-blowing interactive special effects and I want each film to hone in on the meat of what makes a particular fantasy scorching hot – and nothing else.
By creating distilled versions of the giantess fetish in movie form, not only will my movies be sexier, but they will run shorter. This will also allow more fantasies and scenarios to be explored and explored fully, there will be far less waiting between releases, and best of all a very happy and satisfied giantess!
While “The Stolen Shrink Ray” was filmed before I came to this new resolution, it should still give you a pretty strong vibe of the beginnings of what I want to achieve. The film after this one should be an even stronger attempt at distilling the fetish…
4. Just Grow Already
As I want to make highly charged sexual films, attempting a traditional indie film or “blockbuster-like” approach for my first giantess film (what I originally had planned and was working on) just isn’t going to cut it. As I mentioned, making a film of this size isn’t very realistic to how people watch and enjoy the film or to the diversity of sub-fetishes the giantess fetish encompasses. Plus, I’d have to charge some $40-$50 for a 45 minute film just to recoup my costs.
So instead, I’m going to… uh… just start making giantess and growth movies.
I realize that solution sounds a little… duh! Especially if that’s what you expected me to do from the start. But the pressure of loosing my G-film virginity and in just the right way has been pretty strong, alright? X3
Instead of worrying about it, I’ll be treating giantess films no differently than shrunken films. Just like my future shrunken films, my giantess films will be equally diverse, equally potent, and terrifyingly real with every new movie. They too will average 3-15 minutes and will have an equal chance of being released for free.
I think this sounds like a way better and far more fun approach.
5. Prevent Burnout
This is everything I wrote about in my previous blog, “City of the Mind”. Overworking is something I’ve always struggled with and over the years it broke me pretty badly. By striving instead for efficiency and honing in on what makes FX work the most sexy, enjoyable, and pressure free for myself- I will ultimately reach the most rewarding and orgasmic level of production yet.
Well, there you have it little bugs! A new era of FX has begun! Hopefully I’ve satisfied your curiosity and you’re as eager as I am for the future of my FX! As always I’d love to hear your feedback on my plans! Love ya little squishes!