Friday, January 12, 2018

Monday, December 25, 2017

Merry Christmas!

and a brief video, enjoy!

Monday, December 18, 2017

Trying out Taylor for the first time (Video)

video of me trying the CreaFX Taylor mask for the first time!

Monday, December 11, 2017

Lin Mask Bonus content

So I posted the original Lin pictures on Flickr and Deviant art well before here, so I wanted to dump a few more pictures from that shoot (below).

Before wearing the mask I repaired the Taylor mask and the kit CreaFX sent worked wonders. If anyone else is having trouble with their mask getting ripped or anything, I'd strongly encourage you to contact them. Also, if you buy the mask and find a tear in it, then you should contact them right away with pictures and a description. They paid for the repair kit because I took the picture and sent it before even trying the mask on, so they took responsibility, I'm not sure how they would react if it came from normal wear and tear.

So with wearing the Lin mask, at first I didn't like it at all. It's a little thicker all the way around, the face looked like there were more contours built into it, which made it seem unflattering. For some reason it just looked more plain than the taylor mask and initially I thought, "well at least I have the Taylor mask." But after wearing it for some time and switching outfits and getting my wig brushed and set, it started to grow on me.

In the coming weeks I should have more pictures and some brief clips popping up where I compare and contrast the masks more.

Lin mask

I was a little slow with putting these up, but after contacting Creafx about the kit, I said that their masks were amazing said I'd be interested in getting their Lin mask as well. They said cause of the issue with the Taylor mask, they'd waive the shipping and ship the Lin mask along with the repair kit at no shipping cost. So I took them up on it and here are the results!

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Coming changes

Hey everyone,

I know in the past I had a pay-site where you could download videos and image bundles for cash. It ended up becoming more of a burden than anything for a number of reasons, so from now on I will be putting my new content online (here, flickr, deviant art) for free, if/when I have new videos, I will be posting them on youtube for free as well (I'll put links up here when I do). In the long-term I may dig through my old videos and take some of them and post them up on youtube as well. If I do release any new videos with mature content I'll have to see about how I will share those, but the main point is that I won't be trying to charge people anymore for content and eventually I may close my pay-site with my old videos (that is if I'm able to transfer those videos and images to a different free-site. This is a long-term goal that has no set date as of yet).

Pros: free content!

Cons: fewer updates, fewer images, fewer videos, probably no more mature videos (who knows),
less money for me to spend on new masks, latex, clothes, gear, padding, etc.

I have less time and space these days, so trying to keep up a pay-site is not realistic for me anymore. I also didn't like how masking started to feel like it was becoming a job for me. I'm hoping that this means I'll have more fun masking again and you'll get to come along for the ride (and not have to pay for it)!

Sunday, October 8, 2017

New life New mask

Just checking in with y'all, I'm still alive and will be masking more in the future! Here are a few new pictures from a recent shoot.

I'm wearing the Taylor Mask from CreaFX and I can't say enough good things about it. It's certainly my new favorite thing. It's unlike any other female mask I've ever worn and feel like they've finally achieved what us maskers have been looking for ever since we've been masking. It's so much closer to what I've always wanted in a mask. It truly feels like a second skin and moves more naturally than any other mask I've tried.

When wearing the mask, it feels a lot like I'm wearing a thin layer of dough on my face, almost like if someone were tossing dough for a pizza and dropped it on my face. After wearing it for about 20 or 30 minutes it seems to warm up and cling to my face more and more. It seems like the longer it's worn, the better the fit becomes. It's thin enough to actually show expression, I can smirk in it and move the eyebrows easily. The feeling of wearing it is fantastic and the look is even better.

It seems like part of the secret of what makes it so great is this dough-like consistency and the other part is that there are plastic U-shaped supports throughout the bridge of the nose that keep mask fitting snugly around the eyes and nose. Normally masks pull off the face around the nose and spread out and interfere with how the eyes fit, but with this support system in the nose of the mask, it makes it fit very well.

The only cons are that it is extremely thin and stretchy (which is also a pro) however it seems like it could tear easily. Also, after wearing it for the first time, I noticed a small tear on the inside of the mask. It didn't make an impact on the exterior of the mask, but it was clearly a weak point where I could see it ripping. I contacted CreaFX immediately and they offered to send a silicone repair kit for free, which was very nice.
Nonetheless, time will tell whether it is actually durable or not, but after only wearing it a couple times, I am not sure how long it will last (I hope for a very long time!)

If you have any questions or comments, please ask me!