Sometimes I like to branch out of the comfort zone and when I was contacted by a friend that they wanted a designer for a fancy studio shoot they booked, I decided to take them up on the offer and design a few pieces and looks for a handful of models on 2 weeks notice. here’s the outcome

the photographers Instagram for this shoot are,

@skye phoenix photography

bill works

and the models for this shoot are

           @jacquelinejae.pnw                (in red dress)

                     @embercreeps                        (in black and white)

@i_am_kiaraleblanc                (bikini)

Sometimes I like to branch out of the comfort zone and when I was contacted by a friend that they wanted a designer for a fancy studio shoot they booked, I decided to take them up on the offer and design a few pieces and looks for a handful of models on 2 weeks notice. here’s the outcome

the photographers Instagram for this shoot are,

@skye phoenix photography

bill works

and the models for this shoot are

           @jacquelinejae.pnw                (in red dress)

                     @embercreeps                        (in black and white)

@i_am_kiaraleblanc                (bikini)

This look was made from laser cut 1/16th inch styrene slats and circles. I glued and riveted in place to make a cage dress, got inspired bt madonna for the top, and wanted to make it pop more so i added flared shoulders and wrist pieces.

This look was inspired by fantasy paladins from tabletop gaming, I took HEAVY inspiration from embers chest tattoo to help me finished this look.  The armor pieces were made from sheets of foamed PVC that I heat-shaped and strapped up to be easily worn.

the inspiration I took is from her chest tattoo featuring filigree and crescent moon shapes,I added a photo of her so you can see her body art. i took to digitally drafting and cutting chipboard pieces to glue as an added detail to the armor,    sadly the most intricate of the designs were covered by hair and the cape. I also had a more fitting sword for this look that was left behind, luckily the studio had a loaner sword!

These two crowns were both made from sheets of PVC foam, the gold crown was made for a shoot for Queen Mera, specifically her look in the justice league movie, only did one shoot with it and decided to add this to the list of pieces to be shot.

the gray crown was inspired by Melkor/Morgoth the first dark lord from the lord of the rings, it was first constructed using PVC foam and a few techniques ill be coving in my “tips and tricks” section

This headdress is a combonation of both a feathered dinosaur and dragon.   the horns were 3d printed then i glued a crap ton of laser cut chipboard scales to the horns and coated them all in epsilon epoxy from smooth on