I especially love this picture from my photoshoot with...
14 April 2017 | 5:20 pm



I especially love this picture from my photoshoot with @twohandstochoke with Impulse latex cosplay made by @latexcatfish. Because I’m taking a big step down from a slippery log onto a slick, mossy log, my muscles are engaged and ready to catch me if I fall. The way the latex hugs my thighs gives it almost that exaggerated comic book look - very cool! My very limited experience with modelling has taught me a few things that work for me: 

  1. Never chew gum or have anything in your mouth. It’s easy to forget while you’re taking photos, and suddenly all your photos look like you have a mouth full of bees!
  2. Engage your muscles. For me, it’s easiest if I’m actually doing something as in this photo. Even if you’re just standing or pretending to do an action, tensing the muscles makes it look more real.
  3. Move slowly so the photographer can capture the image properly.
  4. Don’t wear woolly sweaters over your latex! It’s a pain to get all the little wool fibres off your latex.

That’s all I’ve learned so far…no much! Anyone else have helpful tips for latex photography?


I love this picture because it looks like the bear is giving me...
14 April 2017 | 4:40 pm



I love this picture because it looks like the bear is giving me a nice back scratch :). Proper photo update to come!

Suit by @latexcatfish and photo by @twohandstochoke


Just one last photo before Rubbout 26 this weekend! I think I’ve...
29 March 2017 | 5:00 pm



Just one last photo before Rubbout 26 this weekend! I think I’ve decided on wearing this outfit to at least one of the Rubbout events, but it’s always hard to decide the outfit to go with the event :). I’ll try to post some update photos, especially since I think Mister International Rubber “Wexx” is staying at my place for the weekend. It’s always a crazy weekend, so I can’t promise anything. I hope that I see at least some of my tumblr buddies this weekend!

As always, thanks to the stupendous @twohandstochoke and @latexcatfish for the photos and for the awesome latex gear.



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