I know this is late but here’s some Halloween inspired accessories and clothes I’ve done in the past week or so.
Bleached bat jeans. It’s pretty simple. Just cut out bat stencils and dip a small towel into some bleach and press it around the stencil.
A devil shirt I sewed up.
Some earrings I made from polymer clay.
That’s about it!
Sorry I haven’t been posting as much. Depression has been kicking my ass lately and I haven’t had much inspiration, but tomorrow’s Halloween and I’ll be dressing up as one of my favorite video game characters, Josh Washington from Until Dawn. Then Sunday I get to go see Marilyn Manson! I’ll be sure to post what I can.
The newest issue of Kirameki came out yesterday finally and my movie article was featured.
I’m so excited. Hopefully I’ll get to work with Kirameki more in the future. Maybe their next issue… You can buy a copy here. I seriously recommend it. They specialize in all aspects of alternative culture.
Since I’ve had quite a few requests to open an Etsy, I’m seriously considering it. How do you guys feel about Etsy? Should I open a store? I’d be selling artwork and jewelry mostly, like what I have posted around here. Here’s a new necklace I made that I’m planning sell.
If anybody is interested let me know!
My current obsession is Cyberpunk. So I painted a robot girl ripping her skin off to reveal her true identity. I really dig how it turned out.
I’ve never had this many lively things happen to me. Hopefully the fun doesn’t stop here. Stay groovy everyone.
The September issue of KERA magazine finally arrived to me yesterday. This was the first time I got to have my hands on a Japanese fashion magazine. It was everything I dreamed it would be.
It features popular Tokyo model and boy-style icon, Akira. (BTW boy-style is a fashion where girls and women dress up in boy/unisex clothing)
KERA is great because it focuses on all types of Japanese pop culture: punk, goth, fairy-kei, classic lolita, normal looks, anything!
Remember my post about Haruka Kurebayashi? Here she is again being incredibly cute. I don’t know who the model is in the right photo on the left. If anybody knows, let me know.
More examples of some of the variety in KERA. If you don’t live in Japan, it can be hard finding Japanese fashion magazines. It’s best to look on Ebay or Amazon. I got mine from Amazon for a cheap price. I used Jamazing Store, which provided quick shipping for a reasonable price.
I forgot to post about it here, but a couple weeks ago I made a new necklace. Just by sculpting clay, baking, then painting it I came out with this.
I used decora pills from MiniatureSweet. (seriously, their shop is addicting). If I started selling jewelry, would anybody be interested?
(Grace Hill Grace Hill Images at GracefullyWicked Studios)
Are you guys ready for the big news?? For a while. I have been talking about me possibly writing for the new fashion magazine, Kirameki, and until now it was not confirmed whether or not it would work out…but it has! In the September issue, which comes out on the fifteenth of this month, my movie article about witchcraft films (below post) will be featured. For the magazine I tweaked it a bit to make it look for pleasing so grab a copy if you can. I’ll try to post pictures here ASAP. This is the first time my writings have been published. Here’s to more success in the future maybe?
Today sucks but at least I look good.
I recently dyed my hair a nice midnight blue using the Splat “blue envy” hair dye. I used plenty of hair color kits in the past but so far this has been the best. Here’s the end result.
(I lightened the photo a little bit since my camera is awful)
I got my sixties circle sunglasses from amazon about three years ago and they’re still in good condition. I wear them 24/7.
The other night I made my own eyeball shirt, just by using fabric paint on an old tee.
Came out kinda cool, I think.
And a nice accessory to finish off with is this spiked black leather bracelet that got from Spencer’s. (hey they still have a few nice things) But you can find it much cheaper here.