Break A Leg

Today is the first Sunday of the month, which means it’s prompt Sunday.

On this day in 2012…
… I posted two photos of a toy we had bought at a sex fair. It is similar to a Njoy toy but this one has a gold coating over it and it gives the most wonderful orgasms, no matter which end is inserted. We don’t use this golden toy nearly enough though!

On this day in 2013…
… I posted an image of a messy table for the meme Toy with me Tuesday – a meme that doesn’t exist anymore.

On this day in 2014…
… I posted a story called ‘The play girl‘ and added an image of my legs to it. That image was taken at the bar at a hotel in London, and that very same night I masturbated and climaxed at the bar. So exciting, so hot! This photo is still my profile photo on Facebook.

On this day in 2015…
… I posted a photo of 2001, when I visited a cousin and we made some nudes and semi-nude images of each other. I had a cardigan with the American flag on it, which I bought in America the month before.

On this day in 2016…
… I posted a photo of a red hog tie we have in our toy box, as part of the February Photofest 2016.

I have taken the photo from 2014 and to go along with the minimalistic theme of Sinful Sunday, I have used a color pencil sketch filter from Photoshop. I tried low key and high key and changing the contrast, but nothing was the way I liked it. It was only when I tried the sketch tool in Photoshop that things started to move in the direction I had in mind.

This could be an image from an adult coloring book…

© Rebel’s Notes

15 thoughts on “Break A Leg

  1. “Adult” coloring book in more ways than one! I loved seeing your mini history of posting in this entry, adn the photo is awesome and hot!

  2. Oooh – I love the sketch edit! I’d been meaning to do a SS photo with it, but never got around to it. Yours is brilliant! I’d buy that coloring book for sure.

  3. What a fantastic edit! Really intriguing and a tactile image that I want to reach out and touch. Loving your historical review too. Xx

  4. I love this! This concept was going to be our “second choice” if Holden’s first idea didn’t work out. Happy to see someone employ it, and so beautifully! ~C

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