I’ll never feel as smart as a man when I get ready to walk into an interview. How can I? Society has always told me that a suit, shirt, and a tie is the ‘uniform’ for most interviews and work. That’s what I always saw around me when I worked in an
I’ve not updated the blog for a while, but I *have* been making things…
I was inspired to write a post recently about the sexism in the look of the current range of Games Workshop figures. I wanted to analyse all the female sculpts in one post; but with just the Sisters of Battle I’ve already hit 2600 words, so I figured that I’d do the others
I made two of these, because I had 10m of lovely green wool. One for me for Dumnonni, and one for Simon for Heathen. His was machine finished, except for the neck that was hand finished. Mine was hand finished throughout. Just because.
(Copied from a post I made from Facebook.) Sometimes I sit on the floor of my photography studio to work rather than anywhere more conventional like a desk with a chair, or the sofa. I don’t know why I like the floor in here so much. Maybe it’s because I’ve drunk wine,
So I got invited to go and play a Curious Pastimes faction event (and take some photos of course). And so obviously, I needed kit. Spanish renaissance inspired noble house who were all about passion and pleasure. Black and purple. So… of course lots of black leather kit was the way forward!
Pictures – description might follow.
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There’s a couple of things that really wind me up when it comes to model photography and modeling (and by extension, this is one of the reasons I jacked both in). 1. The requirement to ‘prove’ your credentials as a model. When I was shooting models commercially, there was no requirement for