Monday, September 16, 2013
This look was a homage to StarCraft (modelled by my sister). It took a bit of preparation; I made the spines out of sculpey and attached them to her forehead using scar wax. It was only for one photo shoot so there was no real prosthetic made for her face, but unfortunately even in that short amount of time the wax began to melt and the spines started to slide down. Still made for a neat looking photo however, definitely one of my favourites!
Older shoot, very cold that day. This make-up was fun, you can get some very creepy effects with some purple-grey mottling. This was done with simple eye-shadows, you don't need expensive theatrical make-up to create truly ghastly effects. Thanks for putting up with me Jaime!
This was a fun shoot (bit of a throwback, this was around 2011 I think), my model Jaime puts up with so much from me. I created the stick/blood prop beforehand (the stick itself is attached to a small foam piece to protect her eye) and she is holding it in place as I take the picture. I love using natural elements in my photo shoots, and organic wood/stone just adds the perfect touch! Very gruesome, just is the way I like it!