2019-01-08

Z&A Expulsion Suit

New year and time for a new release (the first in a couple of so months, as it happens). While it does sort of follow on with the recent theme of RLV-enabled clothing, this is very much about harsh RLV restrictions and heavy control. The Z&A Expulsion Suit comes in both female and male versions and is a whole-avatar fitted mesh product:



Designed to look like a fully-encasing latex suit and helmet, it fully-restricts the wearer's ability to interact with the world around them. The primary feature is control of their ability to speak. By default the wearer is permitted to only answer with "yes", "no" or "?" type replies, and the only way they can convey those replies is via lights built into the suit (plus a suitable related sound).


The wearer still has to type our their replies, and they are turned into brief displays of light and the related sound. Again, by default, if they say "yes" a green light will show; if they so "no" a red light will show; any other attempt to say something will result in a yellow light.

Just to make things even more evil, the key holder can define the phrases that need to be typed for the "yes" and "no" displays to happen.


So, if you want your victim to have to type "My Mistress has been kind and permitted me to say yes" every time they wish to reply with a "yes".... set it to that and that's what they need to type. Even better, they can't know what the phrase is unless you tell them -- if you really wanted to make their life difficult you could just give them a little clue and leave them to work it out.

Of course, if you just want to deny them the ability to speak at all, in any way, that option is available too.

As well a controlling speech, other control options are available, including controlling what they can hear, what they can see around them, and what sort of inventory access they have.


Under the heading of "seeing", as well as being able to deny their ability to see things like names and in-world hover text, there's also control over their environment too (note that such control does require that the user has atmospheric shaders turned on -- most people generally do). Such control allows you to make their environment very dark.


To make things even more frustrating, the vision control system can also remove the victim's ability to see most colour and texture in-world.


I think that all of these features can be nicely combined to fully control and harshly punish any deserving wearer.

Both the female and male versions are full-body fitted mesh and both come with a full-body alpha too. Each package includes versions optimised for various mesh bodies, and any and all of them will work with any shape. The idea being that you find one that works best with your chosen shape and go with that.

2018-10-02

Z&A Harness Shirt

This week I'm releasing another restraint-based product that, like the Crotchless Catsuit, is mesh clothing and is aimed at public humiliation. As well as being colour-change latex fetishwear, it also has a removable component that renders the victim mostly topless. I'm calling it the Z&A Harness Shirt:


As mentioned above, the key-holder gets to select the colour of the shirt, with 10 options available:


The colour choices can be applied to different parts, including the shirt, harness and epaulettes:


The key part, of course, is how the shirt can be hidden or shown, placing the victim at your full mercy:


The shirt also includes RLV control of inventory access and the ability to add/remove attachments and wear/remove clothing layers. That way you get to make sure they they don't try and cover their embarrassment.

The shirt can be found on the Second Life marketplace, and in the new product section of the main store.

2018-08-11

Z&A Crotchless Catsuit

Following on from last week's release of the Gag Suit, I have another "restraint" that is based around rigged mesh clothing. This one, which contains versions for system and mesh bodies, is designed for humiliation play. Once locked on the key holder gets to control the colour and, more importantly, gets to hide or show the panties.

I call it the Crotchless Catsuit:


As mentioned above, the key-holder gets to select the suit colour, with 10 colour options available:



The colour choices can be applied to different parts of the catsuit, allowing for lots of combinations:


The key part, of course, is that the panties can be hidden or shown, placing the victim at your full mercy.


The suit also includes RLV control of inventory access and the ability to add/remove attachments and wear/remove clothing layers. That way you get to make sure they they don't try and cover their embarrassment.

The catsuit can be found on the Second Life marketplace, and in the new product section of the main store.

2018-08-05

A Z&A gift over at ~AC

A couple of years back, Raven Park had a dance with a Rocky Horror theme. The costume that Anna made for us, for the dance, went on to become an ~AC product. That one product then turned into a small range, the last addition of which was released by her this weekend.

So, to help celebrate her finishing off that range of products, I thought it was time to drag out a product I've made available as a gift before (the last time at the Raven Park dance).


If you fancy a bit of Rocky Horror RLV role play, head over to Anna's shop and slap the box you'll find in a corner of the main room:


Once done, you should be all set for a night of murdering, cannibalistic, fetishistic, cross-dressing fun!

2018-08-04

Z&A Gag Suit

Following on from April's release of the Z&A Chain Pants, I have another mesh body RLV restraint available. This release is in the form of a latex body suit and hood, the idea being that it's clothing that is used to restrict your ability to speak, and also your ability to hear things. Because the former was the primary idea behind it, I'm calling it the Z&A Gag Suit:


The suit is fitted mesh, designed for a range of mesh bodies. It goes without saying that you might need to tweak shapes to best fit some body and head combinations, and some use of alpha HUDs will likely be required. With this in mind there's a demo available on the marketplace (and in the main store) so you can test if it's right for you without needing to spend a single L$.

Restrictions in the suit include various levels of gagging in local chat (different levels of garble, right up to simply being denied the right to speak), and also control over the victim's ability to either start or send IMs. On the hearing side, the ability to hear local chat and to receive IMs is under the key-holder's full control.

Also under the key-holder's control is the colour of the suit. A range of 10 colours is available to choose from:


Just to make things even more fun, individual parts of the suit can be textured to really mix things up:


The suit relies heavily on advanced lighting so it goes without saying that you'll need to be using that to get the best of it.


The suit is the perfect item of clothing to help keep control of your latex-loving victims; mix it with something like the Z&A Contact Lenses and throw them in a Z&A Latex Cell and they'll really know who's in charge.

The Z&A Gag Suit can be bought for yourself, or gifted, via the Second Life marketplace or from the vendor board in the new product area of the main store.

2018-07-01

Evelock birthday dance

Yesterday afternoon we headed over to the Evelock store to help Miss Eve celebrate seven years of being in business. There's an album of images over on Google Photos. Here are some highlights:



















Congratulations to Miss Eve on another great year doing business on the grid!

2018-06-17

Raven Park pride dance

Yesterday afternoon we gathered in an outdoor wedding venue high above Raven Park and had a bit of a pride-themed dance. You can find a full album of images over on Google Photos. Here are some highlights:










Thank you to Miss Eve for a wonderful couple of hours of music, and to everyone who came along and made it such fun. Hopefully we'll see you all in a couple of weeks time!