Category Archives: everything in between

All that other stuff.

Casting the right model – allure photography Reality Reimagined

A professor of mine once said to me, long ago, that a good director does only one thing right in a production and that is casting the right people.   Elley Reppond is proof of that wisdom.   I have a lot to learn and it’s equally exciting and daunting, but if we do not…

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Egg Sisters Cosplay – Necromancer of Diablo 3 composite art

THAT MOMENT when the Egg Sisters cosplay work frightens you.   I have experienced so many emotions and made so many memories while doing this work. Moments of pure joy as I’ve shared this passion with the talented artists that dawn a costume and become another person. Moments of tearful gratitude as a hero makes…

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Cosplay artistry – composite art from Reality Reimagined

One of the great joys of attending a comic-book convention is witnessing first hand some of the most spectacular cosplay artistry out there. The craftsmanship, attention to detail and the pure dedication to recreating their beloved character, is just so inspiring and reminds me of what is possible in art. It is one thing to…

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Soldier 76 spawning in for duty – Cosplay composite art Reality Reimagined

So in a video game when you spawn/respawn, I’ve always wondered what it must look like to the other players. I know in some games you just sort of appear out of thin air, others have an animation. I must admit that I’ve never taken the time during a match of Overwatch to sit in…

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The Dark Elf – Photoshop composite art from Reality Reimagined

Today I’m returning to the world of  dark elves and Photoshop composites. One of the common misconceptions that most people have for compositing, revolves around how much lighting you need and what type of green screen you have to use.   Folks often assume that you need a several lights to separate the person from…

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