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Atemi-ShibariDojo

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I have been practicing the art of Japanese rope bondage for about four years now, and in the last year went professional. Having performed at the "Morpheus Bondage Extravaganza" 2016 in Montreal, and at the Realto theater in 2015, lead consistent classes and workshops, and traveled across the country practicing, performing, and teaching, my resume on the subject is notably climbing somewhat it seems.

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Jute Rope
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Martial Arts

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I am sincerely sorry that you feel this way, however this critique does not serve as a criticism so much as a subjective opinion, and as such has no place being delivered in this way. If you cannot review my presentation in a constructive and preferably objective way then I kindly encourage you to take it elsewhere.

Otherwise, I invite your review enthusiastically.
:star::star::star::star: Overall
:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Vision
:star::star::star::star-half::star-empty: Originality
:star::star::star::star::star-half: Technique
:star::star::star::star::star: Impact

VonP is one rigger who I have been watching for a while, and not only becasue he happens to work with my favorite model (Kitiza) quite a bit, but the aesthetic that he manages to express with the tie frankly inspires my own efforts.

The photographic captures I have seen of these two simply force me to stop and observe, first the overall scene to feel out and savor the full presentation, and then to analyze the technical quality.

Certain riggers seem to bring the exact same flavor over and over in their shoots, but I feel like in these shots, there is enough unique details and qualities that I could have a photo on my wall and gleam a little more each time I pass by.

There is always a certain control and concentration found in VonP's work, be it the photographers work, the rope placement, or the emotion expressed by either the artist or model. There is a sense of weight and depth presented her that I truly admire.
Thank you for the feedback!

In this case, "pray out" is a sort of tongue-in-cheek title. The tie itself (Tangan Shibari; 嘆願縛) translates as the "plea tie", but this model tends to come out in a serine way, thus the applied name. So in the case of giving it meaning, it refers more to coping with linguistic differences between two very different cultures.

I find that this model tends to have a very angelic demeanor and presence, so instead of a plea, it's more of a prayer.

Thank you for the critique, I sincerely appreciate it!
Pray Out
There's a few going on here, which one?
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