Lewbari Hip Harness Permalink: Codes: Rope Suspension Models: Mick Luvbight This is Mick Luvbight's variant of Lew Rubens' Lewbari™ Hip Harness. Note that Lewbari is a trademark of Lew Rubens, and is used with permission. THEORY: This is a hip harness rope tie used for suspension. The thigh bands are below the crotch to avoid pressure on the femoral artery (reducing the chance of Harness Hang Syndrome). Although we'll show the handles being tied on the back of the body for a face-down suspension, the same tie can be used to make handles on the front of the body for a face-up suspension or on the side of the hip for a sideways suspension. Web site contents Copyright © 2003-2013 by Mick Luvbight.
Karada (Rope Dress) 1.This model is about 5'4". I used about 30-35' of rope for this tie. Start with a bight in the middle. 2.Make an overhand knot to hold the middle point. 3.Place the end of the loop in the middle of the shoulder blades 4.Drape the two sides of the rope on either side of the neck 6.The knot should be just below the clavical when the loop at the back is between the shoulder blades 8.Tie another overhand knot. 9.Add another knot at the same interval as was between the firs tand second 11.When you are at about hip level, you stop putting knots at regular intervals and add one more optional knot that is intended to be positioned on the clit to make the dress more interesting or the wearer 12.Run the rope between the legs. 13.Bring the ropes up the back and through the starting loop. 14.Bring the strands through the space between the first and second knots in the front 15.Separate the strands again 16.You can just proceed with the next step or, optionally, add a decorative twist.
Rope Collar Rope Collar This is a special application of the Turk's Head knot. Before you attempt to make a collar, please go through the Turk's Head tutorial and practice it first. This weave takes time, perhaps as long as 45-60 minutes, so don't start it unless you have sufficient time and patience.... If you cannot see the detail you need on the thumbnail, Click it for a larger version. WARNING: This is IMPORTANT: Placing things around the neck can be dangerous! Level: AdvancedType: KnotTime: 20+Length: 30'(10m)Goal: Attractive 1.To make a rope collar start with a thin cord, 1/8 inch or so. 2.You may want to die the cord to a fashion color : ) Also, you may elect to weave a D-Ring onto it, but this isn't really needed (see the last few images below) 3.You will need a length of rope approximately 15 times the length needed to wrap around the target once 4.Start with three loops about 50% larger than the target. 5.Place the short end over the middle and under the long end as shown 9.Continuing...
Hon Kikkou "Tortoise Shell" Hon Kikkou As I understand it, "Hon Kikkou" translates as "The Official Tortoise Shell". This is an attractive and rare tie that I ran across on the Angle Rope website years ago. I have not seen it anywhere since and thought I would add it to my site so that it is not lost to the community. Level: AdvancedType: TieTime: 15-20Length: 50'(17m)+Style: JapaneseGoal: AttractiveBodyType: Flexible 1.Start with a standard Lark's Head knot, wrapped around the waist, just below the rib cage 2.Wrap around once 3.Pull the trailing ends through the bight 4.Loop around and through the wrap you just completed 5.Pull the rope straight up and put an overhand knot by the breastbone 6.Lay one strand over each shoulder 7.Cross the strands behind 8.Cross the arms and wrap the rope ends underneath them 9.Bring the ends to the front and thread through rope near the neck 10.Pull the ends out so that the rope line forms a "U" shape 11.Lock this position by threading the ends under the rope you just tightened 21.
Hon Kikkou Hon Kikkou Tortoise Shell Advanced Rope Lesson by Tatu (c) 2001, Revised 2007 Model - "yumi" Photos by Quietmstr (c) 2005 Tatu Publications This is probably one of the loveliest designs to learn. It is my favorite to tie. Notice the design between the breasts. It is called a "Hon Kikkou". Please Note: Unfortunately the word "kikkou" has been misused in the west to describe diamond shaped patterns on the body which would more accurately be called a "hishi". All content & design © 1995-2020, TPPI and its affiliates and assigns and licensors, unless otherwise noted. "DsARts", "The Academy of DsARts", "Academy of D/s Arts, Japanese Rope ARt, and "The ARt of Geisha", "The Geisha Files", "The Way of Rope" are copyright titles, logos and signatures of TPPI. Unauthorized use is a willful infringement upon my rights under 17 U.S.C. All Models are at least 21 years old.
Diamond Foot Cuff Permalink: Codes: Feet Rope The Diamond Foot Cuff Mick developed the Diamond Foot Cuff in 2004, based on a tie seen in one of our earliest galleries, Rope Bondage: Ankle Binding (Dec. 2003). Mick developed his original tie based on a decorative rope technique he learned from Lew Rubens at Kink in the Caribbean 3 (hence the rope "Rose" on the top of the foot). The diamond foot cuff is much more comfortable for tying feet to bedposts or other attachment points, since there are no knots or pressure points on the side of the ankle, and the force is directed from under the sole parallel to the leg bones. Web site contents Copyright © 2003-2013 by Mick Luvbight.
Diamond Chest Harness Permalink: Codes: Rope Suspension The Diamond Chest Harness Mick developed the Diamond Chest Harness as an alternative to the standard horizontally wrapped harness. By cross the rope bands between the breasts, the center of support is moved upwards onto her sternum, making this more comfortable (other women besides Dee had found this helpful in suspension, also). Given the variety of body shapes and sizes, the more styles of chest harness you know, the more likely you are to find one that works well with your model. Web site contents Copyright © 2003-2013 by Mick Luvbight.
Bondage Project Bondage How To / Tips and Tricks / About a good Ambient Here you find a link to Esinems Tutorial about Safty and Bondage 1. Tutorials - Standard Bondages 1.1. Gallery 1.2. Gallery 1.3.1. Gallery 1.3.2. Gallery 1.3.4. Gallery 1.4. Gallery 1.5. Gallery 1.6. Gallery 1.7.1. Gallery 1.7.2. Gallery 1.8. Gallery 1.9. Gallery 2. To tie up the partner is something that doesn't always have to happen in reality. But, like with all journeys: You should at least know beforehand that you want to make this journey, and where to go at least basically. As a preparation it's a good idea to read one of the bondage guides at the market. A short while ago the following happened to me: After a bondage session one of my bondage victims complained about a numb feeling of the right hand. What happened was this: The nerve normally running along the inner part of the arm by her was more to the side. The human body is no machine - and it's as individual as the personality it accomodates. 3.
Encordées Le blog d’Encordees Bonjour, quel est votre nom ou nom de scène ? Fred Kyrel / Kybari Depuis combien de temps pratiquez-vous le bondage et comment avez-vous commencé ? Qu’aimez-vous dans le bondage ? J’aime travailler les cordes (que je réalise moi-même), toujours en improvisation et en collaboration avec le modèle. Il est aussi très enrichissant de concevoir la tenue et d’ensuite la shooter car je suis avant tout photographe, c’est doublement créatif, même si cela reste un vrai travail de stylisme pour lequel il faut beaucoup de patience et de rigueur. Quelles sont vos photographies personnelles préférées ? Pas de commentaires spécifiques mais un grand merci à toutes les ces modèles qui m’accordent leur confiance et font preuve de beaucoup de patience ;) Où nos lecteurs peuvent-ils apprécier votre art (site web, démonstrations, shows, …) ? Où trouvez-vous votre inspiration ? En ce qui concerne vos modèles, quels sont vos critères de choix ? Quel genre de musique aimez-vous écouter lorsque vous pratiquez ?
P. Khayyam Alamut Ceux qui savent utiliser de la corde sur des corps rechignent en général à partager leur savoir, c'est un fait. Hors on le sait, la rétention d'informations ne mène nul part, et le principe du Web est bien de partager pour progresser et faire progresser, comme en une conscience commune... Un romancier qui expédie son précieux manuscrit, un programmeur qui envoie son logiciel... tous ont cette peur stupide et innocente de se faire doubler par l'éditeur, de voir leur travail publié au nom d'un autre. Mais à la vérité, quel éditeur serait assez stupide pour torpiller celui qui pourrait être l'instigateur de nombreux autres projets, la source potentielle de beaucoup plus d'argent à venir ? Dominants qui ne voulez partager vos trucs, éditeurs de sites web qui voulez faire payer pour enseigner le shibari, je vous pisse à la raie.
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