Hazel Levesque from Heroes of Olympus
His fascination with freckles led Reto Caduff, a Los Angeles-based photographer, to capture scores of prettily pigmented women. “I’ve always liked freckles,” he says, “but working on shoots over the years, I noticed that they usually get covered with makeup or digitally removed in post-production. So I decided to celebrate the spots rather than erase them.” The resulting project, a limited-edition tome of black-and-white portraits called “Freckles,” is $69 at Dashwood Books, 33 Bond Street; (212) 387-8520.
Happy Freckle Friday :D
Lilo discovers she looks like her mom when she was Lilo’s age.
Because of Stitch
You’re wrong Miley
Technomancer Julie transformation sequence test
I’m no animator but this was a wonderfully fun (but time consuming) exercise. I can already see a number of places I’d improve it, and frames it would need, if it were more than just sketching around.
growing up is watching your younger sibling get taller and taller until they finally surpass you until you’re left a diminished pride and memories of when you were the supreme sibling
if a bitch u hate on the seat, just push her off with this handy dandy bitch movin’ seat