HonokoModel Female Oakland, California, US My MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/Honoko
Mayhem # 858186
I may not be tall or very pretty or very skinny or have flawless skin but you can see me as being very creative and expressive when it comes to modeling. I maybe an amateur model but I'm very creative and have a lot of ideas and themes I want to try out.
I'm more of an artist than a model so you would expect a lot of creativity from me.
I want to work with some photographers who want to create themes that is out of the ordinary. Some thing like gothic, horror and even fairy-tale like. Somethings surreal and fictional to get away from reality. Even something comical would be fun too. I don't mind doing fetish because some of the most awesome pictures I seem are fetish photography but most likely I'm not getting naked for anyone especially to strangers.
By the way to make things clear I'm not Japanese, I'm Cantonese. I made up the name Honoko for a story I came up with. The story is about a girl who was born with a Phoenix god inside her. During her birth she was surrounded by flames, and in Japanese "Hono" stands for flames and "Ko" stands for child so the name stands for "child of flames". I like the name Honoko so much I decided to use it as my model name.
Also If I work with anyone I'm not hoping to drive too far anywhere just to meet with anyone since my car is old and it's about to die. The most I'll travel anywhere should be 20 minutes away from Oakland, but I'm willing to take Bart if it would get me closer to the destination.
To photographers who want to work with me:
If you want to work with me be specific about what you want to shoot and what kind of theme you are looking for. Also I expect to have a copy of the photos too I don't care if it's not on prints or CD, You could even sent it by e-mail or sometime. To make it easier on you I'll bring a USB drive. I'm tired of photographers who don't offer any copies of the photos even though they promise TF*. I don't care if the pictures look bad just give me a copy like it was promised. I would always ask permission to use them out of the respect of the photographers.