I know i have already posted about the Araisara show from Tokyo Fashion Week, but there were a handful of photos i took off the reflections of the floor.
Our new friend Hiro is a genius and did the Show production.
The floor looked just like water and made beautiful abstract forms.
So i thought it would be interesting to try my hand at 3d Modeling + Digital Painting. So this was one of my first experiments.
It's from MarchaseaFall 2011. Which if you haven't seen it check it out here.
I've been a fan of Marchesa Collections, and the second i saw this dress I got the...
It's one of the sweetest softest pictures, which has made me want to paint it for a while now.
I think i have been getting a little bored with painting editorials where the models just gave a pout,
and their personality doesn't shine through, so i've been trying to find images that have more...
I think it's the soft mellow vibe.
It sort of has the feel of a dream i had a few days ago.
The mediums i used were fluid inks, pens, & pencils.
And the dress is one of my favorite dresses from Alexander McQueen fall 2006.
I really hope you like it,
and hope you're having a great day!
I learned so much making it.
My only regret is that I didn't build a bigger version of it, because I really wanted to smooth out places of her face but it just was too small to get the hard to reach places.
So whatcha think?
I definitely want to do more sculptures. I had alot fun.
It sounded like some of you weren't able to view it because of the time of day. Any suggestions on when I stream the next bit? Just let me know. So the drawing today is of Claudia Devlin. I first saw a picture of her on Tumblr and really loved it! This painting drawing is inspired by a...
Guests were seated around the shop as well as in the walkway with another group standing along a narrow alleyway that brought one towards the back of the store. The models began in the shop and exited through the front door to pause just outside the entryway as the cameras snapped away like...
Mine was great!
My Sister and brother-in-law got me this amazing book from the Tim Burton exhibit
at LACMA, so i have been looking through it non-stop for the last two days!
I'm really excited to see what kind of art it will inspire :)
I'm also working on a new oil painting...
Satoru was the man who put our trip to Tokyo together.
He was seriously one of the biggest highlights of the trip for us.
Such a fun and kind person. I did this portrait of him right after our trip. i thought you would like it. :)
Hope you're having a great night, and see you tomorrow.
The models wore their hair in an updo with rounded sunglasses that come into a point at the top corner, giving one the slight impression of a cat. The dresses were slim fitting with clean lined collars and belts worn over them. They were accompanied by some fun, dancy, 50's beach rock. There...