I absolutely love astronomy. If I could do maths and physics, i would have definitely become an astrophysicist or an astronomer. All the chemical makeup and how galaxies, stars and black holes are formed is so interesting, i could listen to someone talking about it for hours. In dedication to my love for the night sky, i have decided to do a series on the mysteries of space Enjoy!
And as I started this series, this is the last image.
This is part of series with my dear friend and model, Andra Ohman. They are from a bodypainting session we did several years back. Sadly, Andra passed away a few years ago. She is a great loss to the world. This is one of my ways of paying tribute to her by sharing her beauty with the world.
She has modeled for many people over the years, including my friend and fellow photographer Billy Pegram. We all miss her and there will always be a hole in our hearts from her loss. But she is still there, the beautiful memories, that none of us who knew her, shall soon forget.
I thought is would be a good thing to share these photos as stock. I have not shown them in several years and would like to see what they inspire in others. Because of the bodypaint, you already have some visual stimulation to get your brain going with ideas. I hope That you all enjoy the photos. Please share and remember to give credit to myself and Andra.
Credit information here:
Model: Andra Ohman
Photographer and Body Artist: Bryan Crump [link]
Place: Las Vegas, Nevada
This is part of a stock art series:
If you wish to use it, you have permission, but you must give credit to
me as the photographer: Bryan Crump
I also ask that you have a link back to my portfolio here so that
others may find stock photos to use as well.
Some stock will be people, animal, objects, etc. I will have new and
old photos on here. I decided to make a lot of my older photography
stock art since I am on to creating new things and have diversed
myself. I know that a lot of photographers, artists and graphic artists
need photos for reference and projects from time to time. So it is my
goal to be someone that helps. I ask that when you use my photos, when
you use ones that feature models. Please not only credit me, but credit
the model listed even if a link to an online portfolio is not provided.
I have worked with many models TFCD over the years and they have put a
lot of hard work into the photos as have I. So since I am offering
these pictures to help you. It would only be respectful to give credit.
I would also like to see any work inspired by the use of the images so
please email of give a link to the produced work. My intention is to
help other artists with reference materials for many things. I will be
uploading textures, figure, all sorts of stuff.
Thank you in advance.
Support the artist by buying prints of the stock. I will eventually be
offering packs of stock photos.
Creations done with this image so far: [link] by: "Thank you for the dedication"
This past Friday night was open house at D.M. Gremlin Studios. I don't get to go as often as I used to, so it was good to meet up with old friends and make some new ones.
I always swear I'm leaving my kit at home, then end up taking it "just in case". Combine that with my continued fascination with edible glitter and :devwynnesom:'s willingness to get said glitter all over her studio - well, I broke loose and had some fun.
Emobi is one of my favorite models to work with and she was game for a little high fashion avant guard edgy stuff.
She posed for a sizable group of photographers for a considerable length of time. Smiles were abundant....
Images are just starting to be sent out. This first raw image is from the young and very capable photojournalist Erik of [link]
Thank you for sharing, Erik!
Products: Face: Airbrush OCC foundation, blush and eyeshadow base. OCC loose colors. MUFE eye linery. Yabe eyeshadow. Body: Airbrush base in blue, black and purple. Edible piping gel in clear used as an adhesive for edible glitter in royal blue (by Chef Rubber).