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Thomas Chaser

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Are there scenes with her legs, there not seen in the short clips?
Yes, there is. Here are some vidcaps of her painfully lowering herself.
 

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Crucificateur

ARTIFEX SUPREMUS
All those videos are great !
Never seen such a realistic crucifixion video
The girl suffers a lot exactly as she is really crucified.
Just one thing, would be perfect if outside
I follow you on telegram
 

Crucificateur

ARTIFEX SUPREMUS
You are true but it depends on the size of the sedile.
A small sedille help the girl to hang a longer time but it must not be too large to avoid that she can sit on it.
 

DimDimi

Spectator
Practice with cedillas shows their uselessness for improving duration on the cross. The small cedilla model does not feel like a support, and does not sit on it. A long cedilla increases the time on the cross and prevents dancing.
 

Eulalia

Poet Laureate
Staff member
Yes, there is. Here are some vidcaps of her painfully lowering herself.

I notice Alexandra's feet are bound asymmetrically, her left higher than her right - do you find that better?
I think it's causing her to twist her rib-cage, and to shift her pelvis, to the right, as she dances, throwing her weary head to the left (as in ##6-7),
experiencing more strain in her right arm and shoulder, more aching from exertion in her left leg?
The aesthetic effect is certainly striking, perhaps a more 'interesting' dance for the viewers, and a more cruel ordeal for the woman, than the usual symmetrical hanging?
 

DimDimi

Spectator
In general, asymmetric binding is a good solution. It allows the model to dance while shifting weight from foot to foot. And prolongs the time on the cross, allowing you to periodically rest one leg. In such a binding, the model is much easier. When the legs are together, it deprives the posture on the cross of mobility.
 

poem21045

Tribunus Plebis
In general, asymmetric binding is a good solution. It allows the model to dance while shifting weight from foot to foot. And prolongs the time on the cross, allowing you to periodically rest one leg. In such a binding, the model is much easier. When the legs are together, it deprives the posture on the cross of mobility.
Wow. Lots of physics here. Impressive!
 
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