A wonderful afternoon to look forward to with a cross dressing session prior to cell popping on slave connor. My new girl (without a feminine name) turned up with an outfit of her own and I had a ball helping her get dressed and she looked fabulous in her thigh high boots. After some finishing touches such as foundation on her face, lipstick, wig and some jewellery, I was ready to name her once W/we were in My dungeon. I chose the name ‘holly’ which I felt suited her well and she was very happy with her new name. Formalities over, it was now time for some discipline using My delightful heart shaped crop. Time flies when you are having fun and holly’s session was over far too quickly.
Before slave connor turned up for his session with the torch he had purchased for Me, I prepared the Japanese style wolf symbol on some tattoo transfer paper so W/we would be ready to roll when My slave arrived. I was so excited now that I had My probe for cell popping and the wolf symbol was an appropriate mark to leave on My slave as I experimented with cell popping for the first time since being taught how to do it. I love learning new things and will never miss an opportunity to learn a new technique.
I decided to position the symbol on slave connor’s shoulder. There is already a sensational wolf tattoo on his chest so his back was the best place for this cell popping design. The torch was removed from its packaging and set up and I was ready to start, heating the tip of the metal probe to get it ready for use. I am used to drawing and other forms of artwork and generally have a steady hand. The most difficult part of cell popping is getting used to holding the probe so far up on the plastic and so far away from the point of the probe which leaves more room for error from an unsteady hand. On top of that issue, once the probe is heated, it is best to move the probe swiftly to the design and onto the skin before the probe cools down too much. The challenges of creativity.
After the initial few pops at the top of the design, I got into a good rhythm and even managed to pop the skin up to 4 times in a row (3 pops in a row is more common). As My fingers were so high up the probe on the plastic handle for protection from the hot metal, I found trying to work quickly and accurately before the heat died down, aligning the probe point to the design and maintaining even spaces between each pop, a very interesting challenge.
In parts (i.e. the straighter sections of the design), I could move more quickly as I became accustomed to this technique. Had to take more care going around curves and coming into corners. Didn’t want to slip off course – LOL.
It took almost an hour to cell pop this design and slave connor found it much easier to handle compared with having the detailed tattoo done on his chest. The stinging sensation happened some hours later *winks*.
I cannot wait to observe the development of this design over the next few days and weeks and I will take more photos of it during that time to keep as a record of its progress.
I am definitely a fan of cell popping and look forward to many other creative opportunities. Any volunteers?