• Just while I love Velv'Or

    From time to time I receive emails from the members of the League Of EnRinged Gentlemen I simply love to share with you. Here is one of them:


    Hi Jelle

    I have had an interesting evening. I hope you've had a good one too.



    I bought some almond paste (marsepein) and made flattened cylinders (imitation penis shafts). I then cut off the cylinders at an acute angle to see what shape the section would be. 

    I discovered that I was not good at making imitation penises from almond paste! 

    I also discovered that the section was rather more round than I had thought it would be.

    I then made some little rings using black bioplastic.


    I made quite a few Glans Rings. Ones with internal diameters of 25mm, 30mm and 35mm. Plan rings and rings with pointed bits. Rings that were curved and others that were flat.

    What I found was:
    25mm is frighteningly small
    35mm is too big for me
    curved rings are better than flat rings
    the actual ring could have been a bit smaller in diameter - about 4mm rather than 5mm
    the amount of curve does not need to be much (Those in the picture are too curved)
    the pointed bit needs to be smaller than in the picture
    the ring is a better fit if it is 30mm wide and 27.5mm in the other direction (like the purple JNada is 50mm wide and 45mm in the other direction). It is the one on the left in the picture above.

    So there you have it. I would recommend something more like a JNada than a JNaja that is slightly less curved, and that is 30mm internal from side to side (38mm external diameter) and 27.5mm from front to back (35.5mm external diameter).

    I hope this gives you some useful information.

    I know many members of the League Of EnRinged Gentlemen are wearing Glans Rings and that I would make them very happy when I create some for them. My question to you all is to share your thoughts about Glans Rings and there shapes to me so I can come up with something amazing for you all.

    Thanks in advance for your follow ups on this post!

    In the mean time get your self a JNada if you do not have one yet and if you do get some extra ones. http://www.velv-or.com/products/3d-printed/jnada

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