That's the show folks... Here comes our spokesmodel to announce the results....Get started posting with week #3 #12 Virgynuine 2
#14 Kharine 7
#15 Lela 7
#2 Morgan 4
#5 Stevie 2
#10 Typhannie 1
#6 Heather 1
Congratulations to our Winners... It's a close call, but Lela and Kharine share the #1 spot in week 2
my first ever entry to anything on here...wish me luck! p.s. since one of my fellow models pointed out it takes more than a pretty face to be good model and she wants to be rated on difficulty..I see your difficulty and raise you a versatility...the stakes are that much higher now my friends Disclaimer: This was all written tongue in cheek.
Difficulty level 8: How many stupid faces can you make while still maintaining your zoolanderish beauty and hoping that your face wouldn't "freeze like that" like your mom warned when you were a kid wasn't true? not for the faint hearted!
Difficulty level 8.3333: Le Tigre. If only all models could emulate the master with such skill! being "really, really ridiculously good looking" is sooo hard...zoolander was right!
Difficulty Level:7.9-ish: The Human Canvas. Standing on abox ina cold damp warehouse loft, while a man paints you with a small brushes for 2 hours with no break...then as the paint dries its mashes with your skin so you must be careful as in how you pose so to not make the paint crack and peel..I think that's hard..modeling wise.
i'll enter based on complexity & skill, since all of the above models are beautiful, but we all know it takes more than beauty to be successful!
a few of my more challenging shots:
1- shoving baby into sweater - soothe crying baby and make shot seem peaceful & "happy" *note: client didn't hold exclusivity for print or tv, so you'll find me 'hiding' in most shots to avoid a beauty conflict for 5+ years.
ph: peggy sirota
model: paula patrice
2- editorial in ball gowns - makeshift studio, 95 degrees that day, on a seamless backdrop in a 10ft x 5ft kitchen area in brooklyn
ph: steven burton
model: paula patrice
3- editorial in a gold gucci bikini - was for a super-edgy mag called The Face.
they wanted something 'graphic'. i gave them meooow (literally, i was hissing like a cat).