“A hood hiding the face which is the most expressive part of a person so the hood or mask makes the slave a thing – but a GAG makes them useful!” MC
The book “Venus in fur” was a guiding light for me from the very beginning and through so many years of my Fem Dom-Life. Then came Sardax, who brought to paper what was always in my mind: The Lady in fur, long single tails, helpless crawling slaves, trying to escape from the whip or just being the comfortable furniture for the authority figure…YES this is how I understand slavery. And if someone like Sardax asks you to be “a model” for one of his drawings always the answer will be YES!
Nearly one year ago the drawings were finished and published in September 2014 in the Japanese magazine “Megami-no-ai” which means ‘Love of Goddess’‘and the title of the set was “Gag Shop”. Immediately I asked one of my Japanese clients to buy me a copy and send it to me. Wow! That was really something special!!! Also I need to say that there were all together four drawings featuring other internationally well-known Mistresses. These were Mistress Akella from London, Mistress Ezada Sinn from Bucharest and Lady Victoria Valente from Stuttgart.
And then came the email from Mistress Ezada. Were we interested in meeting up and recreating Sardax‘ drawings into photographs? Again YES!
It took about several months preparing things like where we should meet, what kind of promotion, how would we organize the slave actors, helpers, chauffeurs and client requests. BUT the main task was to find the perfect photographer, someone able to copy and reconstruct the drawings and best able to handle the “flea circus” of four Mistresses and actors. I was so happy to know just the one, a long term friend of mine: Germinal! And he agreed to participate at our project.
The drawing of me from Sardax shows me in a gag shop while the drawings of the other Ladies are drawn in front of the shop. As location for the gag shop we were happy to find the “Arachne Shop” located in Stuttgart – a special thank you to them! For the other drawings we went to an old railway station outside of Stuttgart.
To make this all happen a lot of organisation was necessary which I confidently gave over to my 24/7 property slave pj. He had to book the flights and hotel. Because he did his job so well I allowed him to join the project. I had ordered him to Berlin two days before flying to Stuttgart to clean my outfits and boots and help packing and organising the last things. Into the luggage went also a lot of gags which I had tinkered with before with my slave actor Bootlicker especially for this project. The luggage for the slave was very light compared to mine: his collar with the medallion “Property of Madame Catarina”, his leash, his white Butler-Gloves and some extra clothes, done.
The promotion-machinery was working hard at a high level and when the day came we took a taxi and went to the airport where – as surprise for me – we spent the time until departure at the Lufthansa Business lounge, pampered with a drink and a light lunch.
We arrived at Stuttgart airport and a slave chauffeur sent by Mistress Ezada took us to our hotel where the other Ladies and slaves had also booked in. We all met up at the lobby and decided to have little dinner together.
Next morning – my property brought my coffee at 7:30 am sharp at my room door and after breakfast we were by the chauffeur slave to Lady Victoria’s dungeon where a lot of filming and client sessions where to take place. We concluded the day in a nice restaurant.
Saturday – THE day of the photo shoot – The day of recreating Sardax’s drawings came and we were all very excited of course. So many people, actors and slaves were involved but everything worked like Swiss clockwork. Because my part was to be at the shop I was able to watch the shooting at the train station as an observer. This showed me in great detail how the photographer Germinal set the Sardax drawings into photographs. Formidable!
Then the entire big “crew” went to the Arachne Shop to recreate my drawing which was really exciting and fascinating process. A lot of helpful hands transformed the interior of the modern shop into a 50’s style gag shop in minutes making the illusion real.
Again a nice dinner with all the participants finished this day in a nice way. Let me say thanks to Lady Victoria for booking both nice places for our meals!
The next day, Sunday saw more movie shooting and sessions and then my slave and I find ourselves back at the airport where I‘ enjoyed a glass of red wine as the last day of the adventure passed. All four of us Ladies became very close friends over the few days. It was as if we had known each other for years. All slaves did a great job in making our fantasy real. And my biggest thanks go to Germinal who has done an amazing job.
And this is the result (of a lot of organization, hard work and fantasy):
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