Project Educate: Epitaphs - GrotesqueDarling13:iconprojecteducate::iconprojecteducate::iconprojecteducate:Project Educate: Epitaphs - GrotesqueDarling13 by pullingcandy
Project Educate: Horror Photography Epitaphs - GrotesqueDarling13
Taken from the front page of GrotesqueDarling13.Deviantart.Com:
I am 24years old.
I live in Detroit.
I love my family & friends with all my heart.
Music is my world.
Body Modification is my life.
I do what I feel, and I say what I mean."
Judging from the brutal, heart pounding makeup effects in this deviants gallery, I''m more likely to end up in the hospital for disturbing her work in progress, but I couldn't resist asking her these seven things...
1) Inspiration - where do you draw it from, and is it easier to work with yourself then another model for gory goodness?
GrotesqueDarling13 - "I draw inspiration from music and movies, to everything that falls in between. They are both extr
Project Educate: A,B,C's Of Horror Photography N-Q:iconprojecteducate::iconprojecteducate::iconprojecteducate:Project Educate: A,B,C's Of Horror Photography N-Q by pullingcandy
Project Educate: A,B,C's Of Horror Photography: N - Q
N Is For Negative:
You're going to get negativity. It's going to come whether you want it or not. Sometimes, you've got a fan base that sticks up for you, sometimes you are on your own with the naysayers. Dealing with negative remarks, while they are a downer and they make you feel next to useless, or anger you greatly, is easy.
I've stated this earlier on in the A,B,C's of Horror Photography, but seriously, you can't do anything about it. If they become hostile, without you fanning the flames, or hurtful and threatening beyond 'normal' trolling measures, you can and should report their actions. Just because you like blood and guts doesn't mean you should be treated like an outcast. There is a make or break line, and sometimes some very talented people fall behind the break due to derogatory remarks that would have
Project Educate: A Brief History of Horror:iconprojecteducate::iconprojecteducate::iconprojecteducate:Project Educate: A Brief History of Horror by pullingcandy
Project Educate: A History Of Horror
Other than real life, with events such as Jack the Ripper to push us forward in to the realm of horror, there have been movies and literature published that have helped expand the boundaries of the genre to epic (whether you want to admit it or not) proportions.
"Fear is the most powerful emotion in the human race and fear of the unknown is probably the most ancient. You're dealing with stuff that everybody has felt; from being little babies we're frightened of the dark, we're frightened of the unknown. If you're making a horror film you get to play with the audiences feelings"
Without movies, and literature, horror photography would not be what it is today. The idea probably would have come up sooner or later, but there was a list of events which happened to help it expand