Oh wow, I’ve had this draft saved in my blog for over a year, and all this time I’d thought it was posted already! I only recently realized it wasn’t, so here it is, better late than never. 565 more words
Tags » Costumes
My gentle reader, I present you Edith Kingdon Gould in her simple claret coloured velvet dress.
Isn´t she simply breath-taking?
I think so!
Edith Mary Kingdon Gould (24 August 1864, New York – 13 November 1921, New Jersey), American actress and socialite. 794 more words
We Make America, a group formed after the election, has been crafting art inspired by the Statue of Liberty for the January 21 marches in Washington and New York. 115 more words
Just because a #costume appears on a TV show or movie doesn’t necessarily mean it’s unique to that show or movie. Sure, #costumes like what Darth Vader & stormtrooers wore are unique to the #StarWars universe (& owned by LucasFilm), but how about the costume worn by an iconic #StarTrek character like Trelane from its original series? 299 more words
You must know, my gentle reader, that I´m not a very patient person. Especially when it comes to something I´m really looking forward to.
This is the case – so I went and purchased some fabrics I´ve decided to use. 666 more words
After planning each individual roles to each other, next was to create the pre-production including script, costume planning, call sheets and prop planning. My job in this group would be to create the main script and storyboards, which we would then develop with other ideas and concepts. 792 more words