Monday, March 21, 2016

Test Shot

I'm not big on behind-the-scenes shots, but I feel like these ladies still retain all of their dignity in the photo below.  And I dig that it shows off her pot belly.  I imagined they ate a lot of swamp creatures, like bullfrogs and snapping turtles.






11 comments:

girl6 said...

Yes, they are the 3 Graces..Beauties!!
yeah, sweet little pooh bear belly. lots of rumbly & grumbly going on for sure with such a gourmet diet.<333

Adam said...

i love the natural light shot.

Steven Blumke said...

Crazy Awesome Amazing- only you could get me out of this slump I'm in at the moment- I love these ladies so much!

Willow Cove said...

Yeah, it's cool to see them without the tree stump. Beautiful ladies

girl6 said...

yes, Adam is right. they are True Beauties in any light. : )

Jay's Shadow said...

LOVE these witches. Could picture one them sitting in a corner of a room.

The Gill-Man said...

Nice to see them in this format. The pot belly is a lovely touch...I imagine they've just had a delicious feast of newborn babe sauteed in a white wine sauce, topped with lizard tails

The Captain said...

I think the reason your props are always so "next level" is that you're so good at capturing realistic posture and anatomical form. It makes all the difference, from a dummy and a prop that looks like it could be alive.
Ps long time, no talk.

Rot said...

great to see you back, man! : )
yeah...I think the singular most important element of static prop haunting is making the prop look like it's at rest for a brief moment...and not frozen in time. Building scarecrows takes that pressure away...

Jeff said...

Agree. These three look eerily similar to a trio of great aunts I had, sitting around the kitchen, making something none of us kids had any interest in tasting. Very natural...nonchalant like.

Pam Morris said...

these ladies are absolutely beautiful!