Latex gauntlets time lapse video

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Sorry, for not posting for such a long time, to quote Mark Twain, “The rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated!”. I got accepted at the University this summer and has been very busy studying ever since. But fear not, I promise to return with more updates in the new year.

Until then, you can enjoy this time lapse video of me making a pair of latex gauntlets with a cute ruffled latex fringe and a little bow for a girlfriend of mine. I used 92 minutes to make the latex gauntlets, but you can watch it in 5 minutes!

For more time lapse latex fun, check out Matt’s (Kink Engineering) 5 min. video of making a latex bathrobe with a little help from his feline assistants.

News, Tutorials and how to November 17th 2010

14 Responses to “ Latex gauntlets time lapse video ”

  1. Kink Engineering Says:

    I love it! It’s such a beautiful way to show how much work goes into making great latex clothing AND to show some of the process of making a whole project without subjecting the viewer to HOURS of video. 😉

    Also… CUUUUUUTE gauntlets! I’ve seen quite a lot of those made from your pattern by our beginners working with the latex kit for the first time. it’s a beautiful first project.

    Keep up the great work, and great to see you posting again!

  2. Arashi Says:

    Nice video!
    What is it, that you’re doing with the plastic wrap? Did you cover the glue?

  3. Latex Kitty Says:

    @Arashi: Yes, I cover the glue with the cling film to protect it. See the last paragraph of my how to make latex pleats tutorial.

  4. Shanna Says:

    Well Congratulations on your acceptance.
    I’m graduating December 10th from my university!
    I have been following your site every since you first opened, but this is the first time I am leaving a comment. I’m relauncing my blog this month and I placed your link on my site because I love visiting here!

    Good luck with your studies!

  5. fetisha Says:

    I used to made my own Gauntlets after I had seen your Tutorial and they were pretty good, but this videoclip is too fast ;-(((((

  6. Olivia Says:

    Where did you get your metal roller from? I can’t find any metal ones anywhere!!
    Also, do they have a special name?


  7. axelFetish Says:

    I accidently found your blog/page right the hell now. Awesome stuff you’re showing here. Looks so easy the way you do it in the time lapse video.

    br from Germany

  8. Hillary Says:

    Just found your blog & absolutely love it! I hope you update soon.

  9. Bruegel3 Says:

    Hey, i live in mexico city, and finding the supplies here is nearly impossible, i’m considering importing the sheets from radical rubber, but i’d like to know which gauge is the best to make clothing, one that’s not to thin so it ripps off easily, or too thick to be hard to work with.

  10. Latex Kitty Says:

    0.4 is something you use for T-shirts and tight fitting things.
    0.6 is and everything thicker than that is used for pants and more sturdy things.

  11. Andréane Says:


    I notice that when you clean latex even small parts It doesn’t curl at all….which thinner do you apply???

    Thank you!!!

  12. Latex Kitty Says:

    I use heptane. But the thicker the latex the less it curls 🙂

  13. Linn Says:

    I’m so sad to see that you’ve stopped posting. :'(

  14. Peter Says:

    Thank you for your nice website and all the details about how to make latex clothing.
    I have been using it for now one year with some good results. I had a question concerning knife pleats. You mention that you use cling film to protect one side while you’re operating with the other.
    How do you do when all the work is finished ? Do you clean the glue (because it will become sticky when the film is removed) with solvent or simply with soap/ water or directly silicone lube ?
    Thank you 😉

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