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Sketchwork: Hedwig and the Angry Inch by John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask

Hedwig is an iconic look. There’s no getting around that.

You have a tiny bit of wiggle room with how much glitter is too much – the sky’s the limit, frankly- but the colours, the shapes, the placement are all set in stone. 332 more words


Sketchwork: Fragments of Fear Dani Thompson

I’ve written before about working on Fragments of Fear, the television horror show based on original short stories.

Dani Thompson is a smart, funny, gorgeous young actress who’s been making huge strides both in front of and behind the camera, and it was so much fun to work with her for two short stories. 262 more words


How I Do Make Up Sketches


What came of eavesdropping...

Vancouver has great coffee, and great coffee shops (such as my favourite ‘Our Town‘ in Mount Pleasant – where this photo appeared on ‘Road to Wherever’ last year). 208 more words


Sketchwork: Fragments of Fear Craig Johnson

Working on the horror television series Fragments of Fear is one of my greatest joys. You already know that I love make up. I truly eat, sleep, and dream make up. 367 more words


Sketchwork: Peggy For You

I simply adore the Sixties.

I was born in them, am constantly inspired by them, occasionally believe I’m living in them, and never cease to be fascinated by the decade that gave us sharp mod suits, romantic flower children, towering beehives, crazy psychedelia, out there space age, and all points in between. 264 more words


Pia Leighton's second artwork from her second course at NYTAS~

Pia Leighton’s second artwork from her second course.
Pia completed her PHD in Literature from NYU. And has been studying at NewYork Tibetan Art Studio for 8 years. 18 more words