Back view of a bespoke corset. The customer wanted his shoulders pulled back, hence the crossing straps at the top. It looks loose because the mannequin isn’t set to the right size, but once it’s properly filled out, it’ll give a great shape. Steel boned and fully tightlaceable, as with all of my corsets. What do you think?
as litarly 2 people who follow me know, im planning an adventrue. this isnt as epic as my friend abeautifulpalegreen's recent epic adventure hitching around eroupe, but it'll be a start. (ps: got check out his awsom, made to messure clothes and stuff http://abeautifulpalegreen.com/)
Check it for adventure.
You join me in my kitchen. A new friend of the band (the word “fan” seems preposterous these days) has just asked me a very good question through our Facebook Page. Her name is Rodya, and it seems she is an aspiring musician who harbours breathless thoughts of the day when music makes the…
I’m not a musician, obviously, but I think there are certain parts of this process familiar to all creative types. I’m not yet in a position to feed my hypothetical children, though!
As many of you will be aware, I’m heading Stateside this summer for a 6 week cross country road trip. I’ve been saving for months and have enough to pay for my flights, as well as travel and living costs while I’m over there. That said, I could use your help.
This is a working trip. I want to shoot as much as I possibly can with a list of models as long as my arm whilst I’m over there, and to do that I need to raise money to cover the costs of film and model fees. I’ll still be saving money from my day job (of course), but raising extra cash elsewhere will mean I’ll be able to shoot so much more than I would otherwise.
What makes this trip especially exciting is that I will be travelling with the wonderful, beautiful and inimitable Roarie Yum. We will be shooting together over the course of the trip and are planning to produce a book of our work together over the course of the journey.
The first stage of my fundraising is that I’m selling off my hoard of test prints in my Not-Quite-Right print sale. These are prints that I’ve made in the darkroom that I haven’t been able to use for whatever reason, but are still too good to just throw away. The exposure may be slightly off, or they have peg marks or a chemical stain on the corners, or another minor flaw. Accordingly, they’ve been priced far lower than I would ordinarily sell prints for.
This is a rare opportunity to buy hand printed silver gelatin darkroom prints from me at a fraction of their usual price, and funds from all sales will go towards me shooting more work whilst I’m in the USA.
Visit my store (link above) to purchase prints of Roarie from my Chiaroscuro series, some of which have not been previously published.
I will be gradually adding new prints to my store over the coming weeks as I dig them out of storage, so do please keep checking back.
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Reblogging for the evening crowd!
Front and back view of a custom blue and black version of my badass corset vest. Available here.
So I read this story and just HAD to draw it. I can’t even remember the last time I did a comic… It was so fun! I’ll have to do more. :)
Thanks again AngerGirl for letting me illustrate your story!
All heroes know how to knit.
I made his waistcoat!
My new harlequin jeans. Machine washable polycotton throughout. More details here.
My new harlequin jacket! What do you think? It’s available here.
Took a picture of me modeling my new skirt to show the customer. Thought I might as well put it up here!
My new bondage skirt, soon to be available on my Etsy Store! Load bearing D-rings, of course!
Here’s a detail of a custom coat I just made. Get in touch if you fancy something similar, or take a look at my Etsy Store.