The fear of my movie not being done in time > The fear of being alone
I’m currently gathering artwork and posters to dress a set in my short film “The Mighty Slice”. I need sci-fi, fantasy and super-hero themed art (feat. copyright-free, original characters…no dc, marvel etc.) that will appear in the bedroom of the main character, Caesar. If you have any work you would like featured, or if you would like to create something, please message me here or email firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s about a pizza delivery guy who tries to become a super hero.
But here’s the issue: I’m broke, so are all my friends, and movies are EXPENSIVE.
So if you like movies, pizza, comics and the great city of Baltimore:
Kindly help by donating to and sharing the kickstarter!
We’ve got 12 days left to gather over 1000 dollars, so we need all the attention we can get! It goes to funding costumes, insurance, equipment, and feeding the cast on set.
Backers get cool prizes like pizza and logo buttons
Posters, credits in the movie, and even custom pizza necklaces
If you have any interest in the project or any of the perks, please donate! If you’ve got any quations my ask box is always open, as well as the movie’s official email email@example.com
I don’t care how unique, edgy, smart or emotional your content is: you still have to have good form. No matter what your medium is. One can’t carry the other.
This year is the year you guys: I’m going to learn how to apply and design mehndi. I’ve been staring in awe for too long.
“I would never want to live anywhere but Baltimore. You can look far and wide, but you’ll never discover a stranger city with such extreme style. It’s as if every eccentric in the South decided to move north, ran out of gas in Baltimore, and decided to stay.”
Baltimore pinup, by Paigey!
I’d rock that dress, but my boobs cannot do that.
Third project for Alternative Processes using Kallitype as the chemical.
Hope these can hold up for that portfolio submission.
Kingston University photography students Luke Evans and Josh Lake wanted to do something unusual for their final major project, so they decided to turn themselves into human cameras by eating 35mm film squares and letting their bodies do the rest. After eating and pooping out the film in the dark, they used fixer on the film and then scanned the film using an electronic microscope. They are currently exhibiting massive prints of the images that show every detail of what their bodies did.
I have no words.
I’d like to meet these guys.
Luke Evan’s Portfolio: http://www.popfry.co.uk/
Josh Lake’s Portfolio: http://www.joshua-lake.com/
Adorable Owl and Star Mobile.
Each part was hand quilled with strips of colorful paper.
My mom worked really hard on it.
I hope somebody takes interest soon, I feel so bad about all the effort she put into it without any feedback.
Portland-based photographer Jon Duenas has a very neat idea for literally reconnecting people with nature: double exposure photographs. His series of photographs superimposing landscapes over portraits of women have a beautiful, sometimes eery, effect.