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  • mnollmnoll Registered User
    edited November 2009
    trent even though i don't personally understand fashion shows and all

    it is pretty cool that you got to do this and i am jealous

    just so you know

  • TamTam I hate art I love artRegistered User regular
    edited November 2009
    I am becoming increasingly open to this sort of thing. Thought I hated all modern art, turns out not really.

  • PoorochondriacPoorochondriac Ah, man Ah, jeezRegistered User regular
    edited November 2009
    Fallout wrote: »
    i like skinny pretty girls

    I will second this statement

    I sometimes feel bad about my preferences, 'cause I hate how curvier ladies often feel bad about themselves, and that is a shame. But man. Skinny girls are just what I dig.

  • trentsteeltrentsteel Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    Ok I'll be honest I thought the whole thing was pretty fucking gay until we were all stuck in that tiny changing room and I turned around and was surrounded by women in their underwear and most of them had cool tattoos.

    http://www.botsnthings.com/
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  • beavotronbeavotron Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    So how does a model get fame on the runway, or at least for this type of show. The point is to look at the clothes and the overall message, and the model is just the canvas right? How does canvas get famous?

    by being a good compliment to the work
    as much as they are the canvas, the canvas affects the way you view a piece for better or for worse
    she was a hot canvas i guess
    if you're into the creepy "smeyes" thing

  • mnollmnoll Registered User
    edited November 2009
    beavo how did you come to be into this kind of thing?

  • trentsteeltrentsteel Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    bevotron I noticed some of the girl's poses at the end of the runway did a really good job of showing the audience how the light would hit it in different poses so you could sort of see what it would look like in every day life

    http://www.botsnthings.com/
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  • TamTam I hate art I love artRegistered User regular
    edited November 2009
    By being open to new perspectives, and liking this one after being exposed to it, I imagine.

  • beavotronbeavotron Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    mnoll: my older sister used to model!
    and my younger sisters are really into watching shows about it

    also pretty much every girl in my classes at school are going into fashion art and they are incredibly talented and creative people

    trent: yeah good canvases!

    tam: yeah tam is right too. being open to more "unconventional" forms of art has really helped me with my own more commercial stuff (no really... it really has) all art has some aesthetic, whether it appeals to you or not. being open and observing it can really help you out in your own practice
    inspiration is everywhere and all that stuff

  • mnollmnoll Registered User
    edited November 2009
    well that's just crazy talk (e: Tam!)

  • Beef AvengerBeef Avenger Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    Trent looks hilarious in that last pic

  • RaneadosRaneados Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    I hate being open minded about art

    that shit's for hippie fags

    Dubh wrote: »
    Rane is the future of ancient greek tradition
  • Cilla BlackCilla Black Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    beavotron wrote: »
    So how does a model get fame on the runway, or at least for this type of show. The point is to look at the clothes and the overall message, and the model is just the canvas right? How does canvas get famous?

    by being a good compliment to the work
    as much as they are the canvas, the canvas affects the way you view a piece for better or for worse
    she was a hot canvas i guess
    if you're into the creepy "smeyes" thing

    Yeah, that makes sense. There are bound to be brands or types of canvas that experienced artists will prefer, and since a model does quite a lot more with what he or she wears than canvas does, it would follow that very "good" ones will be more sought after.

    It is very interesting though. I would very much like to speak with one of these designers, and find out how different it is to have to work with the human factor. I'm sure that while she got a pretty general pick of who she wanted in the show, she still had to deal with the fact that no model is going to do exactly what you expect in presenting your vision. It might be neat to see how they mentally take that into the overall presentation, or even if it matters all that much.

  • TamTam I hate art I love artRegistered User regular
    edited November 2009
    Raneados wrote: »
    I hate being open minded about art

    that shit's for hippie fags

    yes rane this is what makes you lovable

    also a chore

  • AMP'dAMP'd Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    Raneados wrote: »
    I think i hold fashion shows in the same regard as modern art

    high regard?

    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
  • mnollmnoll Registered User
    edited November 2009
    beavo i'm entertained by how you need like two posts to give me more appreciation of fashion than watching an entire season or two of America's top model with an ex of mine did.

  • WimbleWimble Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    for me, fashion is like when a guy is really sleepy and starts laughing for a really long time at something that is only mildly funny, but he also stops himself now and then with a sad look on his face as if he desperately wants to stop laughing

    4SMZq.jpg
  • beavotronbeavotron Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    beavotron wrote: »
    So how does a model get fame on the runway, or at least for this type of show. The point is to look at the clothes and the overall message, and the model is just the canvas right? How does canvas get famous?

    by being a good compliment to the work
    as much as they are the canvas, the canvas affects the way you view a piece for better or for worse
    she was a hot canvas i guess
    if you're into the creepy "smeyes" thing

    Yeah, that makes sense. There are bound to be brands or types of canvas that experienced artists will prefer, and since a model does quite a lot more with what he or she wears than canvas does, it would follow that very "good" ones will be more sought after.

    It is very interesting though. I would very much like to speak with one of these designers, and find out how different it is to have to work with the human factor. I'm sure that while she got a pretty general pick of who she wanted in the show, she still had to deal with the fact that no model is going to do exactly what you expect in presenting your vision. It might be neat to see how they mentally take that into the overall presentation, or even if it matters all that much.

    there are some interesting shows about it on the fashion network if you get that
    last minute model problems
    people come with all sorts of baggage, their own agendas, wanting to be noticed by other potential clients, big egos, things not fitting properly, models tearing the clothes etc
    fashion art is really really fascinating when you get into it

  • FalloutFallout GIRL'S DAY EVERY DAYRegistered User regular
    edited November 2009
    Fallout wrote: »
    i like skinny pretty girls

    I will second this statement

    I sometimes feel bad about my preferences, 'cause I hate how curvier ladies often feel bad about themselves, and that is a shame. But man. Skinny girls are just what I dig.

    yeah, don't get me wrong, i love some curves

    but a flat stomach is just killer

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  • beavotronbeavotron Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    mnoll wrote: »
    beavo i'm entertained by how you need like two posts to give me more appreciation of fashion than watching an entire season or two of America's top model with an ex of mine did.

    :)
    spreading love for art, that's my new goal

  • Cilla BlackCilla Black Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    beavotron wrote: »
    beavotron wrote: »
    So how does a model get fame on the runway, or at least for this type of show. The point is to look at the clothes and the overall message, and the model is just the canvas right? How does canvas get famous?

    by being a good compliment to the work
    as much as they are the canvas, the canvas affects the way you view a piece for better or for worse
    she was a hot canvas i guess
    if you're into the creepy "smeyes" thing

    Yeah, that makes sense. There are bound to be brands or types of canvas that experienced artists will prefer, and since a model does quite a lot more with what he or she wears than canvas does, it would follow that very "good" ones will be more sought after.

    It is very interesting though. I would very much like to speak with one of these designers, and find out how different it is to have to work with the human factor. I'm sure that while she got a pretty general pick of who she wanted in the show, she still had to deal with the fact that no model is going to do exactly what you expect in presenting your vision. It might be neat to see how they mentally take that into the overall presentation, or even if it matters all that much.

    there are some interesting shows about it on the fashion network if you get that
    last minute model problems
    people come with all sorts of baggage, their own agendas, wanting to be noticed by other potential clients, big egos, things not fitting properly, models tearing the clothes etc
    fashion art is really really fascinating when you get into it
    Canvas that can have a tantrum and storm off! Imagine having to deal with that at 3 am in the morning in the art lab. Although I guess in the extremely metaphorical sense you can still have that while painting.

  • beavotronbeavotron Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    beavotron wrote: »
    beavotron wrote: »
    So how does a model get fame on the runway, or at least for this type of show. The point is to look at the clothes and the overall message, and the model is just the canvas right? How does canvas get famous?

    by being a good compliment to the work
    as much as they are the canvas, the canvas affects the way you view a piece for better or for worse
    she was a hot canvas i guess
    if you're into the creepy "smeyes" thing

    Yeah, that makes sense. There are bound to be brands or types of canvas that experienced artists will prefer, and since a model does quite a lot more with what he or she wears than canvas does, it would follow that very "good" ones will be more sought after.

    It is very interesting though. I would very much like to speak with one of these designers, and find out how different it is to have to work with the human factor. I'm sure that while she got a pretty general pick of who she wanted in the show, she still had to deal with the fact that no model is going to do exactly what you expect in presenting your vision. It might be neat to see how they mentally take that into the overall presentation, or even if it matters all that much.

    there are some interesting shows about it on the fashion network if you get that
    last minute model problems
    people come with all sorts of baggage, their own agendas, wanting to be noticed by other potential clients, big egos, things not fitting properly, models tearing the clothes etc
    fashion art is really really fascinating when you get into it
    Canvas that can have a tantrum and storm off! Imagine having to deal with that at 3 am in the morning in the art lab. Although I guess in the extremely metaphorical sense you can still have that while painting.

    hahahah
    there was this one episode of canada's next top model where they were made to wear dresses made entirely out of kleenex (absolutely gorgeous work, very fine details, looked so soft made out of fucking kleenex)
    anyway, chick is told not to touch it
    reaches out, grabs the zipper, rips the whole thing
    then later, trips on stage and rips it even more.

  • pillowpillow Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    I like the episode where their entire outfit had to be made out of meat.

  • OrikaeshigitaeOrikaeshigitae Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited November 2009
    that's fantastic

    i need to start watching those shows

  • beavotronbeavotron Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    canada's next top model is mostly garbage
    the shows that actually showcase the art are on the fashion network

    some of them are sooo coooool
    like entire outfits made out of those rings they use for 6 packs, made to look like some crazy ass chainmail

  • pillowpillow Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    Ooop I was wrong, looks like only part of their outfit had to be meat.

    But STILL.

    antm-meat.jpg


    look at that

  • mnollmnoll Registered User
    edited November 2009
  • PicardathonPicardathon Registered User
    edited November 2009
    pillow wrote: »
    Ooop I was wrong, looks like only part of their outfit had to be meat.

    But STILL.

    antm-meat.jpg


    look at that

    I hope she had a real pair of underwear under that.

  • beavotronbeavotron Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
  • pillowpillow Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    I also like the episode where they're supposed to learn how to make connections in the fashion industry and they go to some party that has 50 cent and one of the models pisses him off.

  • PoorochondriacPoorochondriac Ah, man Ah, jeezRegistered User regular
    edited November 2009
    beavotron wrote: »
    meat panties!

    That was my nickname in high school.

  • MeldingMelding Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    Trent, I love you.

    Never stop.

  • L|amaL|ama Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    Raneados wrote: »
    i can appreciate fashion and beautiful dresses and suits and clothing that looks good but this kind of fashion show just plays into the whole fucking zoolander thing and makes it seem like all fashion is a fucking circus like these idiots

    but the important thing is they have their community and industry for it and no reason to give a shit what you or I think about it

  • GarthorGarthor Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    L|ama wrote: »
    Raneados wrote: »
    i can appreciate fashion and beautiful dresses and suits and clothing that looks good but this kind of fashion show just plays into the whole fucking zoolander thing and makes it seem like all fashion is a fucking circus like these idiots

    but the important thing is they have their community and industry for it and no reason to give a shit what you or I think about it

    This isn't about making them feel bad.

    This is about making us feel good for being so much better than them because we obviously don't do stupid, vapid shit like that.

    Now excuse me while I continue browsing SE++ threads.

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  • MeldingMelding Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    I think it's a big game of truth or dare, where different designers get together and compare the horrible things they've made women wear.

  • L|amaL|ama Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    trent what porns has she done

    has she lost all her makeup in belladonna once or twice?

  • BYToadyBYToady Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    Belladonna got her start by following her around as her makeup bag.

    Battletag BYToady#1454
  • trentsteeltrentsteel Registered User regular
    edited November 2009
    L|ama wrote: »
    trent what porns has she done

    has she lost all her makeup in belladonna once or twice?

    She worked on Playboy Tv's "Boy Next Door" and a ton of other random stuff. I have not gotten into specifics about who she has done makeup on but I'll ask her for you. I know she's been to the Playboy Mansion.

    http://www.botsnthings.com/
    I made a TD for iphone and windows phone!

  • DsmartDsmart Registered User
    edited November 2009
    Those are some fat models in OP

  • FalloutFallout GIRL'S DAY EVERY DAYRegistered User regular
    edited November 2009
    WHAT

    FAT

    HOW COULD YOU

    JUST BECAUSE SOCIETY TELLS ME TO LIKE SOME ANOREXIC TWIG DOESN'T MEAN THAT EVERYONE ELSE IS FAT

    WHATS WRONG WITH LIKING A WOMAN WITH A LITTLE CURVES

    AND SOME CELLULITE

    AND BONUS CHIN

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