I'm back from TiCon 2012 in Würzburg! I had a great time there although it was a rather small convention without too many visitors. The area around the building in which the convention takes places is incredibly beautiful. It's right next to Würzburg's castle where we took a lot of pictures of Belle. I'm so excited to see what they turned out like. I mean, I already saw some of the previews - but the edit pictures are completely different story.
Anyways, the picture you can see above is my favourite pictures of the shooting. I think it just captures the whole spirit of Belle pretty well. I also like the warm autumn colours in the baackground.
I hope you like it as well! Stay tuned! There's more to come!
First of all: MERRY CHRISTMAS!!! I hope you are all having a quiet, relaxing and nice time with your loved ones! I spent the past two days with my family and we did absolutely nothing besides eating, drinking whine and playing board games. I also got some really lovely presents such as my own copy of Batman: Hush and a DVD of one of my favourite movies Midnight in Paris. I’m happy and I feel much more at ease with myself compared to some days ago. I needed this break badly.
But now on to the picture and the costume itself… I honestly cannot believe we took this picture in the middle of December. I mean, look at the background. Look at the colours of the plants and the lightning situation! It looks like we took it back in October. As I already wrote in the comment of the first picture of Wendy I uploaded the other day I am really happy about the way all photos of this shooting turned out. Even the wig which is the part of the costume I like the least looks alright in here. I hope you’re not tired of seeing pictures of this costume already. There’re a lot more to come! Stay tuned!
And here comes the fifth picture of my Belle costume. A darker one this time. In this picture we tried to recreate a scene from the movie in which she stumbles through the woods to find her father, but discovers the Beast's castle instead. Luckily the huge iron gate of the Residenz Würzburg looked very similar to the gate in the movie.
I'm still working on my expression. Many people already told me that this picture would have turned out better if I had opened my mouth a little bit. My photographer and I chose this picture deliberately though. It's a part of a photo series/gallery. Since my mouth was opened in the majority of other pictures of the series already we decided to go for this one instead. To get an impression of what I'm talking about you can take a look at the whole photo series right HERE.
And now back to Princess Leia and my other secret project..!
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Formalicy: Aigue-Marine as Belle series: Disney's The Beauty and the Beast photos + edit: LieChee