The next step in the web-frame harness is the arm, and Danarama shows the first type for this series. As he creates several single-column ties down his model’s arm he explains where and why they need to be placed as well as several other tricks to make the rope tying flow more smoothly.
While Stefano LaForgia showed the complete basic takate kote (as done by Hajime Kinoko) in his last clip, there is more to the tie. He shows how to add a third rope both to provide more support for the back of the harness as well as creating the “Mt. Fuji” look in the front. He [...]
The next steps in Murphy’s multi-person suspension series are to connect his first bottom’s harness to the frame with a hitch and then begin the chest harness on the second. He takes you step-by-step through the creation of a different harness, including some detailed explanations of why the principles of the harness work. Throughout the [...]
Stefano LaForgia shows the popular Japanese chest harness in the style of the great bondage performer Hajime Kinoko. This long video uses two ropes and is suitable for suspension when tied correctly. Stefano includes several useful details in rope handling and the finer adjustments to the chest harness.
In this long clip Danarama breaks down how to create an alternate leg harness for web frame bondage. This one is based on a series of single column ties, so after showing it once the Diablo Swing Orchestra steps in to accompany the rest of the tie. Dan also gives tips on how this tie [...]
In part 5 of this continuing series, Murphy explains how to finish off the ties on Annie so that she’s all ready for the upcoming flight. This includes completing the waist harness, adding a single-column ankle cuff, and some other support lines. Throughout this long clip the three of them all model how connection happens [...]
Danarama uses this long clip to show exactly step-by-step how to create the first of two leg harnesses that can be used with the frame. This particular version is similar to the body harness already created, though there are some particulars about securing and maintaining the tension that need to be addressed. He also talks [...]
Continuing the diamond body harness with this clip, Danarama takes the rope up the back with a series of twists and one or two knots. He includes tips on where the rope should lay, where to make sure it’s not too tight, and a variety of ways to finish off the tie. Whether you’re working [...]
Stefano LaForgia takes the agura shibari technique a bit further into the “shrimp” tie, also known as “ebi”. He explains how this is a very difficult stress position, making it difficult to breathe as well as putting strain on the back, neck, and possibly even the legs. He shows some variations to the tie as [...]
In the final segment of Stefano Birdofprey’s series he goes over some very practical techniques for handling rope in small spaces and spaces where you might not want the rope to touch the floor. He also shows some ways that necessity can be the mother of invention and the “efficient” rope movement can be used [...]
Danarama begins this clip by reiterating the warning from before: this takes time! So personal needs like bathrooms should be taken care of before you start anything. He then goes into the front half of the “karada” style harness that forms the base for this tie. Stay tuned for part 2 where he shows the [...]
In this clip Stefano Laforgia goes step-by-step through the “agura” or cross-legged tie in the Japanese style. He shows several techniques for frictions and wrapping rope that can be applied to other ties, and then talks about tension and why it’s important. Finally he shows several ways that this tie can be incorporated into other [...]
Danarama goes into the essential safety factors when creating a web rope bondage experience. Some of the usual rope concerns apply, such as not leaving your bottom unattended and having cutting implements handy. However, Dan goes over some differences as well, such as the need to work from the bottom up when tying, as well [...]