Another Halloween post! This time I had to use some type of Halloween makeup and take a creepy photo. I did this photo based off of a porcelain doll. Porcelain dolls have this perfection to them which makes them very creepy in a way. I've own many porcelain dolls, and loved all of them. I even broke one of them, and we all know they look incredibly creepy when they're broken.
I then had to decide on my model. I couldn't do myself of course because I was in charge of the photo (but there will be a photo of me soon). Anyways, I knew that the model I wanted to use had to like creepy things, like special effects, and would be willing to be a model. Then it hit me! I should ask my best friend Ali!
Of course she said yes, so we started planning the outfit and other ideas. I ended up having this really pretty doll-like dress that I thought would be perfect. With the help of my friend, Heidi, we were able to make Ali look super creepy. I thought it would be really creepy to have one side of her look pretty and the other side cracked and broken. We used a variety of eye shadows, eyeliner, face paint, and lipstick. To make her look even more spooky, I added a bow on one side of Ali's hair and teased the other side of her hair.
After that, I placed Ali near the window of the art room, and I took the picture outside. My teacher also had a dark blue blanket type thing to cover some of the background from the inside of the art room. When doing that, it reflected the parking lot.
I personally love this photo because the wiring from the window adds this weird and creepy vibe. To me, it looks like a doll or a creepy person is waiting for someone outside the window. The face Ali made for this really gave me the creeps too which I loved. I even showed this to my mom and she was really freaked out about it. I want to thank Ali for being an amazing model and dealing with a lot of makeup and paint, and Heidi for helping me with some of the makeup.
Be careful if someone is watching you from out the window.....