i'd like again to thank everyone involved in making this fantastic piece inspired by the cell. jess thamnos for ze creative brain, photography, and allowing me to do this since ze was wanting to be the one so bad. to doug the fantastic artist who was ever so gentle with me and guided me so well. to matt for the rigging. to zainab and ali for allowing us to use their home and studio, even though it frightened ali quite a bit. haha to my darling red and my long time creative buddy rwc for helping us out and of course HUGE thanks to tracy for the amazing makeup!
anyway, yeah, lots of thank you's. haha this was an amazing experience that i will remember to my grave. if you're interested in fleshpull/suspension i suggest looking into a professional team in your area. truly amazing. and it shows in the work. please check it out, comment, favorite, share with your friends~ i'm insanely proud of this set and i want the world to see!
I agree with all the earlier comments, particularly with ratravarman's "this is risky and requires professional and competent assistance". In fact, I'd go as far as to say that you shouldn't ever do it without first getting evidence that you're working with an experienced team.
It's an extraordinary thrill that is indeed risky and requires professional and competent assistance. As with childbirth, the one going through the ordeal is the real worker in such a situation, ably assisted by others. To dare such an experience is to risk ostracism and rejection by those who dare not consider such. I am glad you dared and hope to see the documentation soon!
lol ive never had hooks in my back,.. but when i was about 6 or 7 i was a ripley's believe it or not, and they have this this where you had suction cups attached to your back and it was about the same,.. without the whole "having hooks in your back"