Tax Blackout for WGM

Back from Further Confusion and now reality sets in — tax season.

While not a full time business, Wildgasmasks still operates as a legitimate business.  Part of running such a company means the time has come for Uncle Sam and the state of California to collect taxes.  So, for the next 2 weeks there will be no progress on orders, while we ensure we meet deadline and are compliant with all state and federal tax policies. Stego has been working long hours at his job but, when he gets home, he wont get to jackal.  He will have to focus on taxes.


This might be unfortunate for all of you guys who are in our backlog or have been trying to get on our queue for this winter season.  It is my hope you can wait just a bit longer…While you wait out the Tax Blackout, here is a gloved and leatherclad jackal…

Sending 2015 Packing, Here’s Whats Next

The holiday months are always a slower time for us, as we spend time with family and our schedules change. With the slower workload in winter months, we often find it perfectly aligned with making changes for the next year.  Things were slightly different this time, but we still find ourselves working on some projects that have us revisiting some ideas.

We also have Further Confusion coming up. With our progress, we have a couple (if not a few) pieces for sale at Further Confusion’s Art Show. Expect us to post (or tweet) more detail as time draws closer.

Pink and White Breyer Horse - Front View

Speaking of custom paint designs, there is a slight change towards how we deal with masks that have a custom paint design. After a few bumps in the road regarding custom painted orders this year, we realize the commitment that such a task entails. As such, custom paint designs will require a non-refundable deposit.

With this new year, people often think of significant change.  To Kat, there is no better time like the present to improve on yourself and create something new or forge a new path from your passions.  There are things all of us here in the lab can think of which we would like to bring forth but we always take these things one day at a time.  Instead, we are lead to appreciate all the experiences that our masks have become a part of.  With the last site updates of 2015 complete, check out the last year of Wildgasmask fun (Go to our full customer gallery to see more.)

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Our Masks Go on Many An Adventure (Kinkyponygirl)

Wild Gasmasks can be a portal to endless possibilities or a key component of a great journey. This is never more apparent than when we see updates from Kinky Pony Girl.

Anna Rose has been living out her pony dreams for a long time, and her husband Uwe has been capturing many of those moments for our enjoyment.  Even outside of ponyplay, the Alterpic website has shown a variety of encasement scenes and the use of gear that masks the wearer’s identity and/or deprives one of their senses.  Her constant desire to push her limits (and often for the enjoyment of her subscribers) brought her to our little place on the web.  In 2009, while shooting in California, Uwe took her for a romp on the beach in a full catsuit, our mask and hooves.  From appearances at fetish events around the world, to more hot sets, Kinky Pony girl continues to take a playful romp…with Uwe nearby to keep her on her toes. 🙂

For a while, Anna had a banner that rotated upon our old site*. However, I spoke to Mrs. Rose a few days ago about it and it turned out that she has just released another hot scene.  Here is a YouTube-friendly teaser, featuring pony boots, shiny latex uniforms and more:

http://youtu.be/gjzaNwsJtso

*Currently, I’m contemplating the best area in our site for bannerspace. Sidebar got full quickly.

Wildgasmasks in Bay Area Music Video

MC Crumbsnatcher tells us a wicked little tale, through surreal dream sequences. Second in the music video series, “Why the Boys All Love Me” shows Crumbsnatcher, escaping dreams turned nightmares. His penguin paramour has been kidnapped. The funloving rap video from part 1 is nowhere to be found, Crumbsnatcher’s nice animal backup dancers have now become goblins and gouls, creating extra terror to the rapper’s danceclub scene.

Oh, Smash….what have you done now?.  😉

Smashwolf – EL Wire Jackal In Action

For the last few years, we have had many inquiries about our EL-Wire Jackal (link needed). Due to the hard work that goes into adding this feature onto our masks, some people can become intimidated about the cost. However, we really do think that there is an undeniable (and unmatched) aesthetic gained by the EL Wire. In this video, Andy Kelly gives you an upclose view of our JG-1, worn by owner Smashwolf.