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ReverendSpooky

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I've been in the works for months, building little details and making the paintings, but finally finished my Colossus the painter photoshoot.

When I started working on my custom X-Men figures, the intention was always to steer away from the costumes.  And while there are often a few nods to their iconic colors, I mostly wanted to go with the casual clothes I'd imagine them wearing.  So when I started Colossus, some paint stained overalls seemed the obvious choice.  Custom brushes, paint tubes, easel and paint covered palette seemed like they'd be great accessories, and fun to make.  As the idea for some photos of him painted started forming, I made a pile of scattered sketches, and a few painting, finished and unfinished, printed and transferred to real canvasses. Psylocke seemed the ideal model.

Hopefully nothing too risque for anyone here.

Custom - Colossus the Painter - Custom X-Men Diorama/Photoshoot Img-0640_orig

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#superhero #custom #diorama #film #xmen #male #female

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GubernatorFan

GubernatorFan
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Beautifully done! Very nice and evocative scene, as usual with your creations.


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Stryker2011

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THAT. IS. AWESOME!!! Love all the attention to details, and the "paintings" are incredibly beautiful. You're right, Psylocke makes a perfect model. So cool.


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onesixthwarrior

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This is truly beautiful! I've seen very few artist studios done in 1/6th over the years, and this is the most detailed. Nice vignette with the artist and model.


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Allotropos

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Awesomesause..like a page right out of the comic books !


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dadrab

dadrab
Rev., call me "blown away."

That's a wonderful vignette wrought with delicious detail.

I'd have never thought of that in 1,000 years. Really glad you did, because I'm richer for it.

Thanks for showing us, brah.

ReverendSpooky

ReverendSpooky
Thank you guys so much! I'm really proud of this one, and I'm so glad you dig it. I got to learn a bunch putting it together, and had to up my photoshop game making the paintings. The paintings and sketches were all actually photos of figures, reworked in photoshop, and printed. The X-23 painting in the background actually came out really good, so I may have to get a few more shots with it.


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Ephiane

Ephiane
This is a Masterpiece. The Background with all the details, the natural Poses, the Humor. Love it. There is much potential in Hero Characters by doing funny things. I hope to see more of that in the future. Thanks for showing !

GubernatorFan

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I meant to ask, is this Colossus "the Steel"?


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ReverendSpooky

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Ephiane wrote:This is a Masterpiece. The Background with all the details, the natural Poses, the Humor. Love it. There is much potential in Hero Characters by doing funny things. I hope to see more of that in the future. Thanks for showing !

Thanks so much Ephiane! I was really excited to share this one here.

Along those lines, if anyone on here is on Instagram, and are looking for something along the lines of what Ephiane said, check out Avengergram. It' all comics done with 1/6 superhero figures, and usually damn funny.

GubernatorFan wrote:I meant to ask, is this Colossus "the Steel"?

It is! I was a bit disappointed the silver on the body is only on the exposed sections, but other than that, it's a great figure. I definitely could do with a few more hands, but I suppose the manufacturer never intended for him to hold a paint brush.

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GubernatorFan

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ReverendSpooky wrote:It is! I was a bit disappointed the silver on the body is only on the exposed sections, but other than that, it's a great figure.  I definitely could do with a few more hands, but I suppose the manufacturer never intended for him to hold a paint brush.

I've been looking at reviews of that figure, and am pretty impressed. But yes, these smaller companies don't usually give you a whole lot in the way of extras and customization options. Hence the fewer hands and limited coloring/patterning on the body.


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ReverendSpooky

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GubernatorFan wrote:
ReverendSpooky wrote:It is! I was a bit disappointed the silver on the body is only on the exposed sections, but other than that, it's a great figure.  I definitely could do with a few more hands, but I suppose the manufacturer never intended for him to hold a paint brush.

I've been looking at reviews of that figure, and am pretty impressed. But yes, these smaller companies don't usually give you a whole lot in the way of extras and customization options. Hence the fewer hands and limited coloring/patterning on the body.

Yeah, VERY minor gripes.  And I can't hold it against the manufacturer that it wasn't designed for my ideal custom.  And at 15" tall, for around 1/2 of what HT is charging for Thanos, I more than appreciate what they delivered for the price.

Although if they did do the full body silver, with the sculpted lines, I'd have been very temped by a photoshoot with the comic style bright red speedos, but with a big bold hammer and sickle on the junk.

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rollotomasi

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Rev, your work is a stroke of genius! The costumes (or lack of it in Betsy's case...), the painting accessories, artworks, furniture, the poses! I keep looking at the background to figure out what's 2d and what's 3d!

ReverendSpooky wrote:
It is! I was a bit disappointed the silver on the body is only on the exposed sections, but other than that, it's a great figure. I definitely could do with a few more hands, but I suppose the manufacturer never intended for him to hold a paint brush.

Psylocke's practically naked there but here i am wondering what Colossus's body looks like... i can't find pics of the steel body online. So you mean the upper torso is "steel" while its flesh plastic from the waist down?

Oh the open right hand is perfect actually! Its like when the artist steps back to behold his work.

If i was painting Psylocke... i'd have to keep reminding myself that she's a TELEPATH... especially since she has her psychic knife powered up!

ReverendSpooky

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rollotomasi wrote:Rev, your work is a stroke of genius! The costumes (or lack of it in Betsy's case...), the painting accessories, artworks, furniture, the poses! I keep looking at the background to figure out what's 2d and what's 3d!

Thanks so much Rollotomasi, and so glad to see you over here!  And besides the printed paintings, should be pretty much all 3d props (even the brick is carved).

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ReverendSpooky wrote:
It is! I was a bit disappointed the silver on the body is only on the exposed sections, but other than that, it's a great figure.  I definitely could do with a few more hands, but I suppose the manufacturer never intended for him to hold a paint brush.

Psylocke's practically naked there but here i am wondering what Colossus's body looks like... i can't find pics of the steel body online. So you mean the upper torso is "steel" while its flesh plastic from the waist down?

Lol.  If only I had a gif of a winking Colossus.

It's actually all a black plastic.  The upper torso is (thankfully) all the silver steel, and the belly area and everything below are jet black.  I've been very tempted to take a crack at carving the lines in myself, and painting it silver, but think I'll resist, and Colossus can just keep his pants on.

rollotomasi wrote:Oh the open right hand is perfect actually! Its like when the artist steps back to behold his work.

If i was painting Psylocke... i'd have to keep reminding myself that she's a TELEPATH... especially since she has her psychic knife powered up!

Ah, so glad the hand looks right!  That was definitely the impression I was going for.  I tried to repose it a bit with hot water, but couldn't get too drastic a difference.  

And I can't believe I didn't even consider the pitfalls of painting a telepath under those circumstance!  I think Colossus must be trying very hard to paint and think of baseball at the same time.

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DeltaForceChung

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ReverendSpooky wrote:I've been in the works for months, building little details and making the paintings, but finally finished my Colossus the painter photoshoot.

When I started working on my custom X-Men figures, the intention was always to steer away from the costumes.  And while there are often a few nods to their iconic colors, I mostly wanted to go with the casual clothes I'd imagine them wearing.  So when I started Colossus, some paint stained overalls seemed the obvious choice.  Custom brushes, paint tubes, easel and paint covered palette seemed like they'd be great accessories, and fun to make.  As the idea for some photos of him painted started forming, I made a pile of scattered sketches, and a few painting, finished and unfinished, printed and transferred to real canvasses. Psylocke seemed the ideal model.

Hopefully nothing too risque for anyone here.

Custom - Colossus the Painter - Custom X-Men Diorama/Photoshoot Img-0640_orig

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Custom - Colossus the Painter - Custom X-Men Diorama/Photoshoot Img-0655_orig

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HOLY $%^& SNACKS!

Does Kitty know?

ReverendSpooky

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DeltaForceChung wrote:HOLY $%^& SNACKS!

Does Kitty know?

Lol. Thanks DFC. You know, if I could figure out a clever way to do a phicen Kitty Pryde, she'd have been my first choice. As it stands, Kitty just needs to understand, you date an artist, this is something you just have to be ok with. If there's anyone on that team you could trust to be on good behavior, it's definitely Colossus.

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BAD WOLF-787

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Very impressive, great job, luv all the little details!


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blackpool

blackpool
very cool set up, that's always fun and refreshing to see "heroes" doing something more daily than saving the world lol

awesome work!

ReverendSpooky

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BAD WOLF-787 wrote:Very impressive, great job, luv all the little details!

Thanks so much BadWolf! I get obsessed with making all the accessories, and once I get momentum there's just no going back.

blackpool wrote:very cool set up, that's always fun and refreshing to see "heroes" doing something more daily than saving the world lol

awesome work!

Thanks Blackpool! Yeah, that's always been my favorite part of super hero comics and movies. The human sides of the characters, and those traits, outside of the action, that kinda define them. One of the best scenes in Age of Ultron was the one with with the Avengers sitting around, drinking and trying to lift Thor's hammer. Marvel has always excelled at telling those stories.

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Kukolka

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Much love of the concept and photoset! You date an artist and yes the models are part of the package, but you also get a lot of passion. ^^


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highwayman57

highwayman57
RS, there is just one word to describe this dio: superb!! I love it!! Very imaginative, and magnificently detailed; you have set a new standard for dioramas!!

David


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ReverendSpooky

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Kukolka wrote:Much love of the concept and photoset! You date an artist and yes the models are part of the package, but you also get a lot of passion. ^^

You get it!!! And thanks so much Kukolka! Really glad you dig it.

highwayman57 wrote:RS, there is just one word to describe this dio: superb!! I love it!! Very imaginative, and magnificently detailed; you have set a new standard for dioramas!!

David

Thanks so much David! I'm always trying to up my game, so glad to hear I'm getting there.

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Ephiane

Ephiane
That´s so Great ! Your collection of superheros is absolute fantastic

ReverendSpooky

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Ephiane wrote:That´s so Great ! Your collection of superheros is absolute fantastic

Thank you Ephiane! So many I still want to do. My custom X-men so far are Wolverine, Psylocke, Gambit, Colossus & X-23. Picked up the Xavier and Yukio that came out, and my non-Xmen Punisher and Rocket Raccoon, who both need some fun customizing at some point in the future (they can join the X-Men if they want, I'm fine with it). I'm a big fan of the 90s team, so wanting to do a Rogue, Shadowcat (although I can't think of an recognizable trait or a cool way to show her powers), Storm, Jubilee, Magik, Jean Grey, Cyclops... There's just too many great X-men characters!

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peter the painter


What a great idea, beautifully executed.

Cheers,


Peter.

ZombieKev


Wonderful!

MerylAkiba

MerylAkiba
I like the way the Colossus bicep arm joint tucks into the bicep. Great scene. You should make Dazzler.

ReverendSpooky

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peter the painter wrote: What a great idea, beautifully executed.

Cheers,


Peter.

Thanks Peter! Really appreciated.

ZombieKev wrote:Wonderful!

Thank you!

MerylAkiba wrote:I like the way the Colossus bicep arm joint tucks into the bicep. Great scene. You should make Dazzler.

Thanks MerylAkiba! And yeah, the Colossus figure is really well designed. I knew I'd be displaying him with mostly seamless bodies, so I was really glad how unobtrusive the joints are.

And Dazzler, huh?! She's a character that doesn't get named as a fan favorite that often. But now you've got me thinking of how'd I approach a figure of her. Lean hard into the 70's disco influence? Or more the iconic 80's/90's look? I really am kinda considering the challenge.

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Pontiacivan

Pontiacivan
The details! The details! The details!
Those paint tubes! I can feel them in my mind!
What a cool concept!
Colossus seems very well done, even though you mentioned he is not fully painted. Definitely get the metal effect from him.
As always, a super sophisticated shoot!

ReverendSpooky

ReverendSpooky
Pontiacivan wrote:The details! The details! The details!
Those paint tubes! I can feel them in my mind!
What a cool concept!
Colossus seems very well done, even though you mentioned he is not fully painted. Definitely get the metal effect from him.
As always, a super sophisticated shoot!

Thanks so much man! Yeah, this project was such a blast, and the paintings, paint tubes, brushes, and easel were all so much fun to figure out how to do. So glad you dig it!

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teamweapon


OUT STANDING!!!! as ever.
and your scenes get better and better as you are going along.
keep it up dude Smile

ReverendSpooky

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teamweapon wrote:OUT STANDING!!!! as ever.
and your scenes get better and better as you are going along.
keep it up dude Smile

Ah, thanks so much Teamweapon! I'm always trying to up my game. Really glad this came together as well as it did. I've got plenty more in the works I'm excited to show!

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skywalkersaga

skywalkersaga
Thanks for linking to this -- I think I had seen it way back when I was lurking, but was too shy to comment before. I loved it then and I love it now!!! Incredibly detailed and beautifully posed, as always. Awesome 'models', gorgeous work, and the 'paintings' themselves are masterpieces!


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Peaches

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Wow, very nice! Art within art within art! Figures, drawings, diorama and photography, so one more art needed, LOL

ReverendSpooky

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skywalkersaga wrote:Thanks for linking to this -- I think I had seen it way back when I was lurking, but was too shy to comment before. I loved it then and I love it now!!! Incredibly detailed and beautifully posed, as always. Awesome 'models', gorgeous work, and the 'paintings' themselves are masterpieces!

Thank you so much!!! So glad you joined the party here! Both the sketches and paintings were such a fun experiment, where I took photos, and redid them in photoshop. The paintings were printed on regular paper and transferred with modge-podge to canvas. Particularly proud of the effect on the 1/2 finished one. So glad you dig it!


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skywalkersaga

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ReverendSpooky wrote:
skywalkersaga wrote:Thanks for linking to this -- I think I had seen it way back when I was lurking, but was too shy to comment before. I loved it then and I love it now!!! Incredibly detailed and beautifully posed, as always. Awesome 'models', gorgeous work, and the 'paintings' themselves are masterpieces!

Thank you so much!!!  So glad you joined the party here! Both the sketches and paintings were such a fun experiment, where I took photos, and redid them in photoshop. The paintings were printed on regular paper and transferred with modge-podge to canvas.  Particularly proud of the effect on the 1/2 finished one.  So glad you dig it!

I was going to say...that partially finished painting is an especially awesome touch! Really like the other paintings that he's done other characters' portraits too! Very Happy And of course, I love the whole thing. Whenever I see your work it always takes my breath away a little, because not only is it beautiful, but I can also immediately tell just how much time and effort and sheer creativity must have gone into it. And especially even more now that I know better firsthand how much time even just one figure can take... seeing full dioramas is all the more impressive.


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ReverendSpooky

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skywalkersaga wrote:
ReverendSpooky wrote:
skywalkersaga wrote:Thanks for linking to this -- I think I had seen it way back when I was lurking, but was too shy to comment before. I loved it then and I love it now!!! Incredibly detailed and beautifully posed, as always. Awesome 'models', gorgeous work, and the 'paintings' themselves are masterpieces!

Thank you so much!!!  So glad you joined the party here! Both the sketches and paintings were such a fun experiment, where I took photos, and redid them in photoshop. The paintings were printed on regular paper and transferred with modge-podge to canvas.  Particularly proud of the effect on the 1/2 finished one.  So glad you dig it!

I was going to say...that partially finished painting is an especially awesome touch! Really like the other paintings that he's done other characters' portraits too! Very Happy And of course, I love the whole thing. Whenever I see your work it always takes my breath away a little, because not only is it beautiful, but I can also immediately tell just how much time and effort and sheer creativity must have gone into it. And especially even more now that I know better firsthand how much time even just one figure can take... seeing full dioramas is all the more impressive.

Thank you, and that means a lot to hear. I always worry that I just work so slowly. I struggle to get project time in at night during the week, and I know I put a lot of pressure on myself to get a lot done on weekends. But there are people that seem to just knock out huge and complex builds in no time, and just can't imagine how they do it. So it's really reassuring hearing you say how time consuming a single figure can be, and oh so nice to hear that the time that went into it paid off. It's also another great thing about this community, getting to share work with people who have a good sense of what goes in to a build.


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skywalkersaga

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ReverendSpooky wrote:

Thank you, and that means a lot to hear.  I always worry that I just work so slowly.  I struggle to get project time in at night during the week, and I know I put a lot of pressure on myself to get a lot done on weekends. But there are people that seem to just knock out huge and complex builds in no time, and just can't imagine how they do it.  So it's really reassuring hearing you say how time consuming a single figure can be, and oh so nice to hear that the time that went into it paid off.  It's also another great thing about this community, getting to share work with people who have a good sense of what goes in to a build.  

Aww, you are welcome! And I completely feel your pain. Time -- and energy -- to work on projects is very limited for me as well. In my case, weekends are super busy, so I tend to only be able to work on stuff for a couple of hours in the afternoon, about 3-4 days each week at most. But it's a similar frustration... sometimes the progress is painfully slow. I don't have a ton of work space either, which makes it harder to work on multiple things at once. Then you add lack of finances and health issues, and sometimes progress simply gets held up because I have to wait 'til next month' to proceed, or I'm just too exhausted to do anything at all and don't want to risk working on something when I'm not at my best. Even a 'simple' kitbash tends to take me forever... though perhaps that is also the perfectionist in me, lol. ;p

I also completely agree on how refreshing it is to be around others who understand what goes into these things. In the past, I've had family members look at a figure and say 'so did you make that entire thing?' and when I try to explain that, er, no I didn't actually sculpt the head/build the entire body/or 'make' it from scratch, it's like they then get really dismissive and say 'oh, so you just painted it then'. And I'm just like...welp, nevermind. -_-


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ReverendSpooky

ReverendSpooky
skywalkersaga wrote:
ReverendSpooky wrote:

Thank you, and that means a lot to hear.  I always worry that I just work so slowly.  I struggle to get project time in at night during the week, and I know I put a lot of pressure on myself to get a lot done on weekends. But there are people that seem to just knock out huge and complex builds in no time, and just can't imagine how they do it.  So it's really reassuring hearing you say how time consuming a single figure can be, and oh so nice to hear that the time that went into it paid off.  It's also another great thing about this community, getting to share work with people who have a good sense of what goes in to a build.  

Aww, you are welcome! And I completely feel your pain. Time -- and energy -- to work on projects is very limited for me as well. In my case, weekends are super busy, so I tend to only be able to work on stuff for a couple of hours in the afternoon, about 3-4 days each week at most. But it's a similar frustration... sometimes the progress is painfully slow. I don't have a ton of work space either, which makes it harder to work on multiple things at once. Then you add lack of finances and health issues, and sometimes progress simply gets held up because I have to wait 'til next month' to proceed, or I'm just too exhausted to do anything at all and don't want to risk working on something when I'm not at my best. Even a 'simple' kitbash tends to take me forever... though perhaps that is also the perfectionist in me, lol. ;p

I also completely agree on how refreshing it is to be around others who understand what goes into these things. In the past, I've had family members look at a figure and say 'so did you make that entire thing?' and when I try to explain that, er, no I didn't actually sculpt the head/build the entire body/or 'make' it from scratch, it's like they then get really dismissive and say 'oh, so you just painted it then'. And I'm just like...welp, nevermind. -_-

I've tried to explain projects to people and gotten "So you just dress up dolls?" and I have to be like "well, there's a LITTLE more to it than that..."

I totally get you. It is a really hard hobby sometimes to balance with real life obligations. And it definitely sounds like you've got a few thing making yours an uphill battle. All the more respect for sticking with it and making it work. And I totally hear you on just being exhausted, and not having the energy to give a project the attention it deserves. Thankfully sometimes I just WANT to work on something so bad it gets me through. When I can't wait to get home from work and get back at it, even if just for a bit. That's always the best part.


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skywalkersaga

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ReverendSpooky wrote:I've tried to explain projects to people and gotten "So you just dress up dolls?"  and I have to be like "well, there's a LITTLE more to it than that..."

LOL, oh noes. But yeah, definitely more to it...

ReverendSpooky wrote:I totally get you.  It is a really hard hobby sometimes to balance with real life obligations.  And it definitely sounds like you've got a few thing making yours an uphill battle.  All the more respect for sticking with it and making it work.  And I totally hear you on just being exhausted, and not having the energy to give a project the attention it deserves.  Thankfully sometimes I just WANT to work on something so bad it gets me through.  When I can't wait to get home from work and get back at it, even if just for a bit.  That's always the best part.

That IS indeed a great feeling, when you get on a roll like that and in the 'zone'.... that momentum often overrides all the other above issues, and you just keep working til somehow it's miraculously done. Other than on 1/6 projects, the only other time I've experienced that kind of weirdly euphoric creative state was this one summer when I wrote a novel length fanfic almost without stopping. Practically slept and dreamed it, even. I guess that is what people mean when they say let the muse take over... :')

ETA: Speaking of muses, one of my favourite things about this whole series of photos is how you have Psylocke wrapping herself up in that shawl after the session is finished. It gives a beautiful sense of vulnerability to the character and an intimacy to the scene. I personally find the image of her standing there in nothing but her stockings, heels, and that shawl to be at once so much sexier and also more realistic than if she'd just been stark naked. After all, a studio in an old building with high ceilings like that would probably be kinda cold. ;D VERY well done.


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scalawag

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Beautifully done, very very nice.

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