Saturday, October 27, 2012

Asylum hood - complete!

The asylum hood with it's final dye job. It's got an antique, almost steam-punk look - quite a departure from my normal style... 



6 comments:

  1. Hello Christopher,

    is there a way I can contact you?
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    1. Sure Filep, you can reach me here:christopherfetish(at)gmail.com.

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  2. i've been wondering this: don't those slits/buttony metal things wear out?

    i know this is a dumb question, but like, how many times can you seal up her eyes before they fall apart?

    i assume it's a lot, but...i worry about this, i guess. (because i'd be able to see things? my brain is weird like that)

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  3. You are so funny, sammy! No questions are dumb questions!!!

    The button studs are really durable. I just saw a holster in a museum that was 140 years old, and it had a button stud closure... Leather can last a really long time if you treat it right.

    PS: I love your weird brain, you know that?

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  4. I stumbled upon your site trying to find a beginner deprivation mask and found you. I deeply appreciate your hard work and knowledge of this beautiful erotic fetish that inspires me and help my emotions to become relax and calm. Im so glad I found this blog, it really helps.

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    1. Glad to hear it, and thanks for the comment! Sensory deprivation and manipulation through hoods and other gear can definitely take you to another place altogether...

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