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31  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Secret Xmas Suprise: Nightmare Before Christmas [bit image obese] on: January 24, 2009 11:31:41 PM
I decided for my parents xmas present this past year I would, with the help of my trusty little bro, strip all xmas paraphenalia from the living room and do it all Nightmare Before Christmas! All in secret of course, after our parents had gone to sleep on xmas eve.. You do need to know that my parents actually like NBC alot and do have random paraphenalia around the house but they were never expecting anything like this to happen! I made everything from scratch:)

Before:


After:

^Mini coffins made with old illustrated calendar pages


^I did 12 of these I think, made of felt and I painted the actual black lines making his face with acrylic.


1-Polymer clay Jack Skellington heads, I did 30 each with different expressions and mounted them on a large satin ribbon bow and felt base. 2-A man eating plan to add with the pointsettas, drool included!


I made 4 stockings, one for each kid in my family (Mine is the Sally one lol) completely on my own design. I had so many compliments, people wanted me to sell them! lol I used a quilted cotton base with felt for the characters themselves and a cotton lining. More detailed shots (I apologize about the images being so dark, my camera busted while I was visiting so I had to use someone else's):

32  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Military Inspired Outfit for Fetish Ball (nothing scandalous, i promise! lol) on: January 24, 2009 10:41:51 AM
I made everything from scratch except the underbust corset. So many people asked me where my hat and spats were from, I felt very proud of myself that they turned out so well for my first set! Cheesy

33  CLOTHING / Costumes: Completed Projects / Zombie Cheerleader on: January 24, 2009 10:33:04 AM
I made a costume based on my idea of a vintage cheerleader that had been "done" by the football team, and by done I mean eaten alive. lol I made all the bite marks from scratch, it took me hours but it was very worth it:D I love being a zombie! The costume was originally made for a huge interactive event we filmed where I was one of three main zombies and we had 15 makeup artists and clothing donated and the general public could come in off the street and perform for a scene or two granted they signed a release form. It was a WILD sucess, we had over 30 thousand people show up many of which performed and many more that observed and played the public amidst the zombie invasion. Amazing night. I used my costume again for the Zombie walk too:)







34  CLOTHING / Costumes: Completed Projects / Amber Sweet from Repo: The Genetic Opera on: January 22, 2009 04:41:50 PM
I haven't posted anything on here for a while but I sure as heck have been busy! I attended the Canadian premiere of Repo and fell in love it, I mean it's a frigin rock opera! Its' pretty amazing, for any of you that haven't heard of it, check out Zydrate Anatomy the music video is on youtube:) The movie was released this week on bluray and last week on dvd! There were a ton of Repo screenings here because the reaction from the public was so amazing so the second screening I attended, I ended up making an Amber Sweet costume:)




35  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works / Monster Girl Digital Illustration Series! on: November 04, 2007 11:59:46 AM
Okay, so I worked on these a while ago but they are part of an ongoing series. Basically they are sexy monsters that I have illustrated lol I've been working on doing a Twylek (the blue slave girl of jabba the hut in starwars with the sort of octopus head) and a zombie girl next. Let me know what you think and if you have any suggestions as to the kind of monster girl you think might look good in this style! Thanks:)

Flash web experiment with Swamp girl:

http://stw.ryerson.ca/~alotecki/vicious.html

Devil girl:

http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y81/smashu/danterevised11.jpg
36  Halloween / Halloween Costumes / F/X makeup! Zombies and Sharkbites oh my! on: November 04, 2007 11:31:07 AM
So I recently discovered the joys of blood and bruises and have been experimenting at every chance I get. I am obsessed with makeup in general but here are a few examples of my more gory work:)

zombie love:
Evil Dead the Musical:
shark bitten little sister (i wish i could have taken shots of her back, that is where the shark size chomp mark was!):
37  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Newbie! Various projects:) on: November 04, 2007 09:13:51 AM
Hi Everyone!

I am not quite sure how this all works but I have been lurking for a while and decided that I finally needed to start posting some of my work and add to this talented pool of creativity!

I have been sewing circa age four and graduated from a fashion based BA last year. I design shoes full time but I still sew clothing like crazy! Any tips you can give me on posting or comments on my work would be greatly appreciated:) Hope you like! x

Sailor shirt design I drafted & reinvented vintage slip skirt:

Halloween costume ('stole' & dress).. I was Jessica Rabbit if you were in need of any clarity lol:

Hoodie & skirt:

*waits with bated breath Smiley*
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