CordulaModel Female Oceanside, California, US
Mayhem # 4767
Sorry, no nudes, that time came and went! Implied could be done depending on the assignment and photographer.
Opps, I up and moved to California guys, so NY/NJ images aren't going to happen anymore. Thanks for all the good memories and prints everyone!
Hello everyone. Right now I see myself as somewhat of a veteran/ex model. I'm not interested in being a big name and having a lot of images, I truly just enjoy making great art with like minded individuals, so the project has to be something we both want to invest our time and energy in. If it is, we can make great works. Meaning that I don't want to shoot with just *anyone*, and that my goal isn't to "make it big" or make money. I don't care about that at all. Because of time constraints and being busy with other things, I don't model all the time like those who are out to try make something of their work. However, I would be willing to work with someone who has a creative, collaborative idea that they feel I could bring something unique to the mix. I love art and I love making art. THAT'S why I'm still here and that's the kind of thing I want to give my time too. Beautiful images are a bonus for me, not a necessity. I'm not at all demanding about the 'finished product' and I'm very easy to get along with. Message me and let me know if you have an interesting idea that I could add to. Thanks!
About me: My hair is currently purple. I'm not a waif yet not quite 'curvy'. I'd describe my body type as muscular and it shows in my shoulders and arms. My skills include being quite flexible. I'm not a contortionist, but I'm pretty bendy. Lately I've been using a dip station as a sort of free form aerial acrobatic device. I also am a belly dancer. And I am actually quite silly.
I honestly can't remember everyone...
I'm mostly in some print books and used very often in paintings. I've also been used as a product model on websites. Some of my happiest accomplishments so far were being used as a model for a painter who ended up gaining the cover of "The Artists Magazine" Annual Portrait Issue April 2009, as well as being the model who inspired the image on Sirenia's new album "Perils of the Deep Blue". Just chanced upon the last one and I was super psyched.