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October 6, 2013
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Buttercream nymph by Ophelia-Overdose Buttercream nymph by Ophelia-Overdose
Blog post about this shoot HERE

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Model, make-up, hair, retouch: :iconophelia-overdose:

Photographer: Viona-Art

Costume designer: Pieter Van den Zegel

Make-up used: I AM SIN

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bear48 Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2014  Professional
I like this
AlexFili Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2014
Wow, now this is a photo you don't see everyday. I love the care and attention that was put into this shot. Superb :)
ArukiS11 Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2014  Student General Artist
Did you make the horns? I currently working a wearable art project for school and I'm trying to find out how to make some that are very similar to those.
Pewzn Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2014
I need this in 1920x1080!
Imperator86 Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2014
Ein wunderschönes Bild, aber was sollen die Baphometen/Ziegen hörner. Lass dich nicht auf so ein niveau herab.
xWrathx Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2014

I am enthralled by all of your photos,they as well as you are beautiful, gorgeous content.The costumes as well, immaculate.


Rich W.

LadyRavenShadow Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2014
I drew this from this photo.... hope you like it :)…
jeroenbrugman Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Can't write a formal critique, but a serious attempt should do (hopefully).
A general remark: try to reduce the amount of links under the picture. It's very hard to write about a piece you have to scroll back and forth for to see and comment on.
At first overview a very nice piece. The 50/50 division grainfield/sky works well, as it places the model in the field.
The grain itself doesn't seem quite ripe (there are some green tones among the yellow) but that isn't a bad thing, it adds life.
I also like the sky (not sure who to credit for that) it has a yellowish tint to the light blue, and the clouds work to add detail. Also, the fact that the large cloud is largely behind/to the left of the model, and to have her looking in the direction of the smaller clouds strongly places the model in the background.
As for the model: I really like this kind of outfits, so I'm a bit biased, but here goes. The placement in the centre of the picture is a bit classic. The colors of the outfit complement the surroundings very well. Browns and 'straw' of the dress, and off course the golden blonde hair with the grain and the dress with the clouds.
I also like the horns and the staff, which the whole image seems to point to anyway. The lint on the later is a nice contrast with the lighter tones of the rest of the picture.
Hopefully you can do something constructive with this input.
TKMillerSculpt Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2013  Professional Artist
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