After watching The Woman in Black Two I had to re-watch the first one. But then something unexpected happened. I found a BBC version of the movie that was made in 1989. To was sooooo good, and soooo spooky. I actually think it was more eerie than the big budget film. And I dearly loved the guy who played Arthur Kidd. So I had to look him up on IMDB, and it turns out he was James Potter in the Harry Potter movies. AND he was the Doctor in The Woman in Black Two. AWESOME!
Working on a few new clock hand hair combs today. While enjoying this weird, crazy California weather while watching The woman in Black 2. I have to say the 1940's atmosphere seems to be fueling my work nicely.
Sooo I'm thinking she's a alternative future noir steampunk spy, along the lines of Mata Hari. Who transfixes her prey with her impeccably applied makeup. Then finished them with the poison feathers in her magnificent hat. Whatever the story is this image is simply perfection!
Aren't these leggings ADORABLE! They are Macbeth Leggins by Fantasmagoria, and they are absolutely on my wish list.
Working on a couple of new pairs of earrings fit for a Duchess! They are based on this pair of distressed copper tone metal filigree earring, with large crystal drops. Perfect for that elegant Steampunk bride, or adventurers awaiting you on the airship!
This hat is to die for!!! I just love how a modified top hat transforms into the ship hull. Simply STUNNING!!! It's by Philip Treacy London.
I am not quite sure there is anything more gorgeous than this hat. I found it on pinterest and it links to blog with no information about it just the picture. If anyone has any information about the designer I would love to know their name so I can see all the other amazing items they have made, and give them credit here. The movement of the flags is AMAZING!
I changed gears a little bit in the last couple of weeks so I could play with some lovely peacock feathers that I have. So of course I had to make up some hair clips and fascinators. I just love the antique brass filigree peices with the feathers, just so decident! And PERFECT for the bohemian steampunk bride!
EJPcreations is a mad scientist of a woman specializing in creating tiaras, necklaces, and fascinators, with a noir, and gothic flair. All adornments have a hint of vampire elegance, a dash of Steampunk bravado, and plenty of Neo-Victorian sensibilities.
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