if you are interested in Moonacre costumes, this site has lot of them, in great resolution . They are for journalists, premiere of the movie will be here next month, so I do not know, how long the pictures will be displayed. I didn't see most of the pics anywhere else....
I want to invite everyone who loves costume dramas and period clothing to check out:
An icon rumble is a type of Highest Score Wins icontest. Everyone who signs up plays until the end and the highest points tally wins. Competition runs for 10 weeks at a time.
We're a brand new community and could use more members! The competition will start September 26th, assuming we have enough people signed up!
Just to let you all know, in case youre interested with regard to costuming / props / film making etc, theres an exhibition on at Torquay Museum (http://www.torquaymuseum.org/) of costumes and props from the Titanic movie - as well as historical artifacts from the REAL Titanic. Its part of a touring exhibition - www.titanichonourandglory.com is the tour website.
The exhibition is on in Torquay until Aug 26th.
I don't have a season 1 gallery because I honestly didn't like the costumes, but season 2 is much better.
Clicking on the picture will take you to the gallery.
Here you go:
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Also - how would you do the ear plugs? I could sculpt them and make a cast, but what would I make the positive out of that would be light enough for false stretch lobes?
I would love any links to any stills from the newest set of JA movies, if anyone has them!
I've just come home from seeing this film and feel I must sing it's praises for the costumes, you MUST see this! Colleen Attwood has the perfect level of wear and grubby mixed with gothic beauty.
Many films don't like to show wear and tear on clothing, but this one does, a worn collar here, a less than bright shirt there. I think I will be in froth mode for some time to come.