Further to my recent notice regarding customer services, I am pleased to inform you that, although Rob currently remains in hospital, he is feeling very much better and the Doctors are optimistic that he can be released in a few days. However, he will then require a period of recuperation.
His condition is not related to Covid 19
Due to Rob’s vital technical role, his illness has put production back a few days, as other members of the team take on his role. Therefore, it is unlikely that there will be any new release until the middle or end of this coming week.
Thanks to all those who have sent good wishes. I will inform you of any changes
Please note that Rob, who deals with most customer service matters, is temporarily indisposed. As a result Customer Services may be slower than usual.
Thank you for your patience
This will not impact automated online transactions
The current situation at Sting
The Covid-19 Pandemic which has hit the world in such a devastating manner in the last year has now had an impact on Sting. Unfortunately, both Rich O’Shea and Jonathan Fox have caught Covid, and have been quite ill.
Both Rich and Jonathan are now recovering but, as you will understand full recovery can be a slow process.
Naturally, this situation will have a significant impact on Sting’s output and services for a while.
However, I am sure you will all understand and bear with them.
Meanwhile, Rob and other members of the Sting crew are working to get service back to normal as soon as possible.
The Sting and Hornet sites are back online, there will be further announcements later
This week, Sting are completing the move into their new permanent studio, which means the whole Sting crew are occupied moving equipment and building new sets etc. As a result production will be limited in the next few days. Apart from a previously completed CFNM video, which will be released shortly, there will be no new MM videos released this week.
Hopefully full production will recommence towards the middle or end of next week, and the benefits of the new and improved location will be obvious to all viewers.
Sting is grateful for their customer’s for their patience
A Short Message from STG Pictures
A new studio for STG. During the early part of this year we intend to make some significant changes to the way we operate and make our films. However, the short term affect is likely be a slowing down of output. It will also mean both costumes, props and backgrounds may not be as diverse as they usually are. Some scenarios that require a lot of presentation will be put on hold until our new studio is fully open and in normal operation with new sets as we would like.
The long term effect will mean that all our studio titles from Sting, CFNM and Hornet will be in a far better position to create the sort of material we would like to make.
Thanks to all our valued customers and friends in the business for their understanding during this, for us, exiting new venture.
Announcement From Sting Pictures.
A number of people have noticed the changes in the last week affecting STG Pictures websites. This was due mainly to a site overhaul, the purpose of which was to alter certain references and content to become compliant under new rules in the ever changing adult film production business.
The alterations were mainly in stories depicting domestic life and the videos are being re worked to comply with the processors and card associations AUP. One popular series will be available again soon retitled Angry Step Dads, the episode numbers being the same as before.
Other films of this nature are also being re worked and re titled. On re issue, if you are unsure whether you already have the film before purchasing please feel free to write to Sting at email@example.com
Getting a Better View
For improved clarity and easier downloading, New Sting videos are now in MP4 H265 format. These are usually best viewed using a MPC-HC player.
You can download a free MPC-HC player from here