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Aug 10, 2009, 8:14:30 PM
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claudia savage 1 by KimberleyCamilleri claudia savage 1 by KimberleyCamilleri
model: :iconsally-ersch:
designer: [link]
stylist: [link]
makeup and hair: [link]
location: Labassa special thank you to their patience and hospitality


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RuisuRuisuDance Jan 13, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Amazing! :D
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:iconcrueldoll69:
just fantastic!!
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r4di04ct1v3-spasm30 Oct 25, 2009  Student General Artist
this is wicked. <3
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goddessredd Oct 8, 2009  Professional General Artist
Very cool - I like how you can't see her face. The dress is awesome! What actually attracted me to this picture was the sharp jutting of the feathers, believe it or not. The background and composition really adds a new dimension as well (it wouldn't have looked as good on a blank wall in my opinion). That window is freaky-cool. :D
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toadhall111 Sep 20, 2009
Just had a look at the Claudia Savage website, beautiful designs.

Is the gown in this:
[link];pid=13941767&the_count=&group_id=&ua=

called 'Dangerous Lines'?

Cheers.
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toadhall111 Sep 20, 2009
Fantastic shot and lighting kim.
And that gown *swoons*
Cant wait to see the rest of this set.
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jadalia Sep 14, 2009  Professional Photographer
I've featured your beautiful work in my journal, here: [link] :heart:
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This reminds me of the set design that they used in the play A Memory of Water in Adelaide. Really like the mix of textures and how your model fits in seamlessly.
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