The toughest heroines from the 1920′s meet up to solve the case of a missing artifact. Mystery and intrigue is guaranteed.
So a while ago, it must have been early this spring, we did an extemporary Laura Bow shoot with Sanchez. When we did the first shoot with all three heroines we thought of doing a short movie (think classic silent era movie), but due to time constraint we never got around doing it. Instead we did this little shoot, a prequel story to the main shoot. Still haven’t given up hopes on doing that short though, and also to do a cover of “I want to marry an archeologist”. [Show as...Read More
Based on: Sophia Hapgood from Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis [Game, 1992] Emily Hartwood from Alone in the Dark [Game, 1992] Laura Bow from Laura Bow and the Dagger of Amon Ra [Game, 1992] Where: Swedish Museum of Natural History When: 2011-10-16 Models: C. Sanchez, S. K. Magenta, Jano Me Photography: Lord Canon & Heather Belles Camera used: Canon EOS 450D Make-up: Heather Belles Costumes: Jano Me Artwork: Meiko Revolver Post Pizza: Calzone x 2, Capriciosa, Tropicana [Show as...Read More
Why: I’m a retro gamer at heart, and when I started this project I thought it would be fun to pay tribute to all the great games that so many miss out on today. I also saw it as a chance to showcase all the awesome game heroines that I love, but people seem to forget. People always say that there aren’t any cool heroines in games, I beg to differ. Sure, there are far more male protagonists in games than females, but most of the male heroes are carbon copies of each other (the brown hair and stubble model…) with not much of an interesting personality. Female heroes tend to be much more interesting. This will be the first of many upcoming retro mash-up...Read More