I absolutely ADORE the brothers Grimm's fairy tales. I grew up with my grand mother reading them to me as bed time stories. Even as a grown up (sort of..) I still love the beauty, the themes and the dark side of these stories.
Last time I went to my parents country house I re-read the two tomes. With my head filled with princesses, dark woods, epics escapes, blood thirsty creatures and pretty dresses.I took my new camera, my sister put on a red dress and off we were, wandering in the snow at -15.It was a so much fun! Even though I'm not a professional photographer at all, it was really interesting for a first experience.
I will post pictur
Historical accuracy...or how to drive yourself nut
I've Always been really interested in the edwardian time period. I found the perfect excuse to put together a project inspired by that area. I was really exited when I started, I really wanted to do thing properly and historically acurate. The location, the dress, the hair. All that was nice,but I'm getting overwelmed, how about the corset? The stocking? The chemise? the Petticoat? the gatters? the shoes? the corset cover?
AAAAARRRGGG!!!! What did I got myself into??? Where is the line between "who care, we won't see it anyway" and "I WANT TO DO IT THE RIGHT WAY!!
I have to remember myself that this project is for fun, therefore I
that's all I have in mind recently! Dresses! Receipes! Hand bags! Jewerly! Blog ! I want to get creative! I wonder when I'm gonna find the time to do alll of these new exiting projects....I means, on top of all the one that are already piling on in my atelier. Oh well, I try to up-date my DA account with pictures of my work.