Bonus images from the 'Fairy Tales for Adults' daytimer
Posted: Tuesday July 12, 2011
From a prosthetics-wearing dwarf and doll to a body-painted prince and princess, the 2012 daytimer Fairy Tales for Adults features photos of models made up as fairy-tale characters. The project incorporates beauty and special make-up effects and body painting; it was pioneered by make-up artist Ashley Forshaw and features work by British Columbia-based artists. Proceeds from sales of the daytimer will benefit the ALS Society of Coanada.
Below are select images from the creation process, as well as final images and behind-the-scenes videos. For more on Fairy Tales for Adults, see Issue 91 of Make-Up Artist magazine.
"Prince" Sebastian Gacki looks for his "Golden Bird."
"Golden Bird" Alpha Lam
Artist Daemon Cadmen works on "Prince" Gacki for the "Golden Bird"
Artists work on model Kristen Larsen for the "Porcelain Doll" theme.
Make-up artist Ashley Forshaw works on model Larsen for the "Porcelain
Forshaw lends an ear to model Paige Elan’s ear cast for the "Wood Elf" concept.
Elan waits while her hands are cast.
Finalizing the eye make-up on "wood elf" Elan
Final wood-elf touches on location
Prosthetic artist Tibor Farkas works on Santini's head cast.
Forshaw also works on Santini's head cast.
Head cast of Nico Santini for Snow
Forshaw removing model Serena Lee's face cast for the Snow White theme.
Lee's face cast for Snow White theme.
"Frog Princess" Madison Hamilton gets made up.
Actor Luke Camilleri gets made up for the cover shoot.