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Reblogged from militarymom
http://www.frontpagemag.com/2012/raymond-ibrahim/the-rape-of-christopher-stevens/ Retarded assholes!!! Open your eyes!
Reblogged from amyleighmakeup
Applying prosthetics and doing paint touch ups before call to set.
I worked on a monster suit with 4 of my classmates over 10 weeks. We applied the suit & makeup just under 4 hours! Pre-painting the foam pieces made application day go a lot smoother. All we had to do was apply, seam and airbrush her body. Our model was fantastic!
The cowl, chest, shoulders and arms are cast from foam latex. There’s a series of gills lining her spine, octopus tentacle suckers under her ribs and scales, all cast from pros-aide.
I sculpted the face, chest, shoulders and all prosthetics. I also made the harpoon prop which was covered in moss, mussels, trinkets and seashells.
Questions are welcome :)
Excellent work. If it isn’t giving away too much: What molding and casting medium did you use for this? And are you working in silicone or latex for the main structure?
Either way, Alex Jones gets to take the credit.
Reblogged from gettothestabbing
Byron and Lincoln Ryman are twins that were conceived at the same time. Their parents were given two options by the doctors: continue the pregnancy of both twins, or abort Lincoln in hopes of saving Byron. According to Mr. Ryman, the latter wasn’t an option: “I don’t think we even thought about it. We just said straightaway, ‘No we didn’t want to do that.’ … It was something I don’t think either of us really considered doing. We just couldn’t do it.”
Read more about their journey here.