hhahaha Im so sorry! it feels close to it though, at least I’ve got the internet. Here in Colombia its REALLY hard to get house arrest, what did you do though?
well I’m not sure what you are doing wrong but the best advice I can give you is to draw what you see instead of what you think you are seeing like study shading and light and that will help you a lot. Id advice to study the face, for example usually the light spots are the forehead and the cheekbones. xx
ha, well I have mild social anxiety synthoms and my parents dont belive in meds or such, so once we went to buy some suimsuits at Touche and it was on sale season so it was packed, I was 14-15 but I’ve always looked a bit older, they made me change and go model and walk for them outside each piece, it was horrifying and people keep staring, even the salewomans. I felt so exposed even though I was so skinny back then.
While there are many talented young actors I think I would blame it on the industry and how much it has changed. I prefer older stars such as Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor, Grace Kelly, Marlon Brando, James Dean, Cary Grant and such because I think they had class, they were crazy talented and loved what they did above all, it wasn’t about the media, being famous, rich. I’d like to think they were born to act, while now a days any pretty face with a couple of plastic surgeries and an acting workshop can get a role, either that or its more of the same actors and same roles.
Sorry for taking so long to answer this question, life has been crazy but in my eyes its because men are more objective and trusted by women, its also true that we are likely to dress to impress the opposite sex so we need at least that reaffirmation we are doing good how ever I think part of the reason is historical as well - men were traditionally on the technical and design side in fashion houses, working as pattern makers while women sewed on the buttons and dyed the feathers. How ever that’s changing now a days, the fashion world has become global. The male domination is ending. Some years ago they did have the power, it was McQueen and Galliano but now a younger generation of female designers are sweeping all before them - women like Isabel Marant, Phoebe Philo, Stella McCartney, Sarah Burton, along with Miuccia Prada.
haha I just started college as fashion design student so I’m pretty much a broke art/design student and I used to have my own little line but now I’m working on my own clothing line however it takes a while, hopefully in december Ill have the first prototypes ready :) how about you?
Haha I had no idea I had such<3
uhm well to me its all about speaking without saying words, sort of like telling a story with your designs for them to come alive and say what you are about without you having to explain it.
1. 80 meters or 5’10 :D
BlackMilk clothing :)
awwww sushi!! <3 talented writer is awesome!
Im so sorry for taking some time to answer, College life for me has me all over the place..I think its because being a drug addict was pretty much what made it for her, she jumped to fame for her song “rehab” and she was polemic for her drug abuse and her tattoos, I dont think there are such pictures of her being truly healthy. Thank you so much! means the world to me! uhm I use burnt sienna alone and work with it until I get the shade I want.
thank you!! I think its just another way of self expression , I think it shouldn’t be because “it looks cool”. Im from a really small city(more like a town) and things like tattoos and piercings and even weird hair colors or outrageous clothes are looked down upon however that’s just a lack of culture I suppose, I personally love tattoos and piercings, maybe not on me .. at least not yet ( I want an UV tattoo) but I do appreciate them, its art and can say a lot of someone.
whoever you are I love you! and I LOVE your questions! I think that artists no matter what type of art they do either music, fashion, design, illustration, cooking, whatever.. shouldn’t really have boundaries seeing as thinking outside of the box is what will make you stand out in this world where everything is pretty much done already. I think its important for an artist to have an identity and stand up for it seeing that an artist purpose is never to hurt but rather to express a way of thinking or seeing things. Wouldn’t it be boring to keep seeing more of the same? When it comes to the lady gaga dress, the swan Björk dress, or any other shocking fashion moment I think they made more of a memory than a drop dead gorgeous Valentino cause that’s what we are used to see in every red carpet.
I think you refer to something alike Dr. Hagens’ Body Worlds exposition who uses plastination to preserve bodies? You have a point, its different when an artist do this than when a “normal” person would in a basement, he would definitely be going to a mental stability center however for example Hagens (who is an atheist..no wonder) had a purpose which is by no means to disrespect the human body rather to study it and educate others with his research. What do you think about it?
uhm around 1k :) I appreciate every single one of them!