They really are something else, huh?
On the day of the photo shoot, three of our five Angelas (Casey, Christine, and Susan) were ready to transform from pretty ladies to pretty ladies with slight to severe facial abrasions. Mask and Makeup Designer, Sarah Scanlon was there to facilitate their transformations.
Sarah started with Susan, whose Angela had the most severe injury.
|Susan Myburgh (Torn Angela) and Sarah Scanlon (Mask and Makeup Designer)|
|Sarah Scanlon (Mask and Makeup Designer), Susan Myburgh (Torn Angela), and our photographer Gerard Van Halsema in the background|
After finishing Susan's makeup, Sarah moved on to a lessening degree of bruising and injury with Christine and Casey.
|Christine Vrem-Ydstie (Repaired Angela) and Sarah Scanlon (Mask and Makeup Design)|
|Casey Cunningham (Angela X) and photographer Gerard Van Halsema|
|Susan Myburgh (Torn Angela) and photographer Gerard Van Halsema|
|L-R: Susan Myburgh (Torn Angela), Christine Vrem-Ydstie (Repaired Angela), Casey Cunningham (Angela X) and photographer Gerard Van Halsema|
If we did all this just for the photo shoot, then you should see what we're cooking up for the production! But we need your help to make it happen...
We have TEN DAYS left to reach our Kickstarter goal to make some truly amazing masks and makeup effects for this show. We hope that you'll consider donating to our company and helping us make this show the best that it can be.