To Celebrate 200 Followers, a picture from this summer of my Yoda-painting from 2007. Yes, my painting skills improved since then.
Thank you all. And yes, I know most of you are here for the macro shots, but due to winter there are few occasions for new images in the near future. There is however a lot I never posted or edited, so expect more posts during the holidays :)
The Hobbit Premiere in Oslo, Norway.
We were hired by the biggest Movie Theatre to make costumes, and were a part of the entertainment before the film started. I was a Hobbit made mostly by Cecilie (Hair, Ears, Feet, Vest). The original feet belong to deanhadley (Thranduil), this more hairy version was cast in silicone by Cecilie!
Myself I made Hildegunn into the Helms Deep-inspired armoured elf, in which the entire costume was made by hand.
The Make-up Class did our faces and helped with the hair, while we helped them with ears and noses. This was an interesting challenge.
Slow progress. Still loads of things to fix before it’s done. But it’s getting closer. This is my balrog-inspired elf character for our sculpting assignment.
The Hobbit Premiére Project
So we’ve been working on costumes for the Hobbit premiére, and this was my group.
Studio Photos by Cecilie.
The costumes includes gelatine ears (elf, hobbit), nose and facial wrinkles (Gandalf), hair extensions (all of us), sewing and prop making. The front of the helmet was sculpted and cast in plastic, the rest built by hand. A few pieces are still missing on all of the costumes, but will be done by the premiére.
Flamingo, San Diego Safari Park & Sea World
San Diego Zoo.
So I’m having my feet moulded.
So that my classmates can use them as PROSTHETIC HOBBIT FEET.
I DON’t know if I’m offended or honoured.
So I wore these feet for the test today.
It felt awkward.
I was adorable.