Frogwomen Kara and Lucy in “Air hose play” [17th video of Project F – 2nd video shoot]

So, it’s time for the sixth video of the 2nd video shoot of “Project F”!

As mentioned in the previous posts the videos from that shoot will be pretty short, but action-packed as we tried some simple action scenarios.

Frogwoman Kara and Frogwoman Lucy wanna figure out who is the better underwater fighter. And there is only one way to find out 😉


Frogwomen Kara and Lucy in “Air hose play”, 1080p, 60 frames, 2:04 minutes


Some preview pictures:

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+ a short teaser:

Video contains:

2 frogwomen, neoprene, 2 smooth skin wetsuits, scuba peril, scuba fight, some modern scuba gear, vintage double hose regulator, hoods (2 of 2), fins, air hose damage, regulator steal

Lethal or non-lethal ending for at least one of them?

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Background info:

This was the last scenario we filmed on that video shoot and time was slowly running out.

Frogwoman Lucy was still in her vintage-style gear incl. the double hose regulator.

After we had an air hose cut with a corrugated thick hose at the first video shoot, I wanted to have an air hose cut with a modern air hose this time.

At first, Lucy had some problems with getting the knife out of its holster (that footage will be included in the long cut of this video) …and …slicing such a hose is quite difficult!

It took her several tries to “only” damage the hose, which wasn’t the exact result I wanted… but we learned a lot.

I will need to sharpen that knife a little bit before the next video shoot.

I admire how dedicated Lucy was to getting the job done, she tried and tried and didn’t stop even as she cut herself in the fingers several times!

But she stayed really calm and thankfully these were only minor cuts. Still, others might have freaked out, but she was really relaxed and brave.

Next time we will practice such a scene better prior.

 I am quite glad we filmed this scenario at the very end, as this would have influenced the shooting. Don’t think it would have been wise for Lucy to continue on that day.

However, I was and am really happy with how well both Frogwomen mastered this unknown scenario, especially as both have so little experience with diving.

I was quite surprised that this downward move damaged the air hose like that… after the previous attempts didn’t do any real damage (that footage will also be added in the long cut of this video).

In a future scenario like this, I wanna use a detailed script and it would be great to continue the fight after the air hose was sliced. The attacked diver would continue breathing with the 2nd regulator while the air would be gushing out of the other air hose.

I wonder how long the air in the tank will last with a sliced regulator hose? Pretty sure I saw a YouTube video where someone tried that and it took about 2 minutes or so.

Well, we will find out 😉



I used some filters (10% more brightness in gamma and gain, text).


Where to watch it?

The video will be available again in the VIP club in July alongside the other content!

Here is a quick overview of the content of this month:


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You can download these videos in the VIP club, but only for personal use.

Don’t share them with anyone…. anywhere!

It’s pretty simple, I had to spend a lot of money:

All that scuba gear, location rent, and the money for the frogwomen….

If I don’t make enough money with these videos….. I won’t be able to make new videos at some point.

So…. I hope you appreciate these videos and want to see more in the future!

4 thoughts on “Frogwomen Kara and Lucy in “Air hose play” [17th video of Project F – 2nd video shoot]”

  1. the now damaged hose could be used for practice to figure out the easiest way of cutting.
    Is this the video you saw before? (if the link gets filtered just add watch?v=GbZCosI3SdE to the end of the youtube url.
    Maybe consider the location of the cut as well to avoid the models being hidden by the wall of bubbles.

    • Yeah, that thought crossed my mind as well and that’s why I kept it 😉
      Thanks for the link! No, that’s not the video. The one I saw is very old with rather a bad picture quality with some dude in a pool, he’s cutting the regulator hose and waiting to see how fast the tank empties.
      Seems like it was deleted from Youtube, can’t find it anymore.
      Perhaps I may include such a bolt cutter as well as a tool for a villainess. Guess it is easier to cut the hose with that.
      But the tool itself isn’t as “sexy” as a scuba knife.


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