It’s been a long while since Leila has been a model for the project. She’s made appearances in our nowadays rather rare streams. She’s always been there, though, but here’s the thing; now she’s a mother.

Right away after Leila got dressed in her catsuit, it started to rain. As usual.

We decided to wait it out for a while, and captured the diffused light through the clouds.

I feel that we succeeded with the ambient light at our disposal. Our new place’s living room’s window points to South, so we get most of the light. That will probably mean that it’s rather hot in the summer, though.

The weather was getting better though, and the short-lived showers were at their end. We could even see some glimpses of sun.

It was time to go. It’s surprisingly difficult to maneuver a motor vehicle with latex gloves, so they had to stay off until we got there.

I know they’re stylish, but still. Unlike that strangely-tinted blue house.

We didn’t go far, just to a nearby woods we’ve visited somewhat often.

The Finnish nature is breathtaking, even when just driving five minutes away from your home. At least when it’s not raining.

Unfortunately, even we can’t stay forever in the woods. There are certain maternal obligations that require tending.

Also, note the latex gloves when driving. Those were removed swiftly. They really interfere with one’s ability to maneuver the vehicle.

Did you know, that the best grocery store in the whole world is in Järvenpää and that it’s the store we visit on a weekly basis? Sometimes wearing latex.

I mean, technically speaking, it’s decent clothing to battle against any pandemics, right? Right? Sure? Yeah?

Right.

This is the first version of the new Project L and its visual representation. The old projects will, most likely, remain with their outdated styles, as it’s the representation of the time they were cast out to the cruel world.

Be kind, leave a comment to the badly-formatted comment box below of what you think about the new layout and what you might want to improve. Besides this end page. This I know I have to improve. A lot. This looks like a mess.

Please also remember that Project L runs on your continued support from Patreon. By supporting the project through Patreon you can gain access to high-resolution images, exclusive photos and videos and an exclusive Discord server only for Patrons and the project’s models.

Latex used in the project

Plum Princess Catsuit by Libidex

14 Responses

  1. Ihastelija says:

    Tosi siisti tämä uusi ulkomuoto sivustolla! :D Tulee heti paljon ammattimaisempi vaikutelma ja pääsee paremmin sisälle tarinaan.

  2. Walrus says:

    I find the photos popping up a little annoying. Not a huge friend of animated websites.
    It’s not horrible though. Just a little weird when you scroll down with your usual speed. Maybe the delay could be a little shorter.

    • Tuomas says:

      The photos popping up thingy comes the gallery’s feature which saves bandwidth – as the photos are quite a lot larger than what they used to do, this is necessary. I’ll look if I can find a way to lessen the pop-in, I completely understand your issue with it.

  3. Brian says:

    It’s very nice to see Normal people dressed in Latex going about their lives.

    In my opinion, don’t try to fix something which isn’t broken and meant to share.

    Keep up your good work Tuomas.

  4. gabriele perucchini says:

    bello questo nuovo format

  5. Model is great, love seeing the latex in a ‘normal’ situation so the different stages of the shoot works well. Also, loved the natural lighting – well, I love this style of photography anyway, so the latex and attractive woman are a bonus.
    I like the new site style, you can enlarge the photos if you want, made it feel a bit like a comic strip really. I found it easier to see the combined text and photos. Great!

    • Tuomas says:

      Thank you for the feedback! It’s always easier and more light to read comics than it is to read a book. Perhaps combining them both will work in the long run, and it’s the best way to make sure that the actual written message gets through – unlike in the wall of text that was in previous posts.

  6. Maximus says:

    It’s great to see Leila in her ‘signature’ catsuit and looking so well.

  7. Maximus says:

    BTW, the pop ups are fine once the page has had time to load, small inconvenience i’d say.

  8. Nigel says:

    I enjoy the new format, like the quality of the pictures as well as the comments you added to explain and it feels like being part of the day. Commentary you added show also a nice sense of humor. As was mentioned before after the picture showed up they stay and no bother. I am stilL amazed and thankful to see how much work and details you put into each project. Just great to see and always excited to see a new projects and the ideas you come up with etc. Great and keep on going !

  9. Nigel says:

    Tuomas, I think this is a nice Layout, like the idea of a whole day and the comments show that thoughts with a nice portion of humor. Fixtures are always of great quality. Great to see the time , quality’ and thoughts you bring into those Projects. Always amazed and excited to see your new projects

    • Tuomas says:

      Thank you for the feedback, it’s good to hear what people actually think of my creations!

  10. Claudia on Cloud says:

    Congratulations. Very naturaly presented! 😘

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