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Já sei de onde vem aquelas fotos de biquinho no orkut.
A arte esta de parabéns as modelos a modelo que é real esta mais ainda, acredito que estas fotos eram consideradas como uma playboy naquela época
These are just amazing and frankly i feel a little better about my body to know the beautiful women they were based off of wernt anorexic.
Poxa! Querer comparar pin ups com aquelas menininhas de foto de biquini no orkut é até falta de respeito!
Adorei as geringonças e o sonho que elas viraram nas ilustrações.
Bonito, muito bonito!
This is awesome, but many of the actresses meed to learn not to look at the camera.
@Elizabeth I was a professional model/actress for years. A model *should* look at the camera for poses like these. Not sure why you would think they should be looking off randomly into the air – that would be disturbing. These were artists models and they did what they were directed to do considering they were to create portraits.
@Michelle I’m not sure what photography studios you have been in since many high end studio do look like they are in someone’s creepy basement and these photos were taken in the 50s where studios generally *were* in someone’s creepy basement. The point is not not have a beautiful camera ready studio but to be able to make a compelling image within the camera’s eye. But since these were artists models the backgrounds were irrelevant because Elvgren (the artist) took liberties with the forms to create his own art .
Apparently you both are unfamiliar with these basic concepts and the art of the pinup. Get over your pretentious selves and stop making posts that confirm your innate ignorance.
Cool concept, but your models seem inexperienced. A number of these poses could have been taken a bit further and it would have made the girls seem much more interesting and dynamic. The resulting effect causes one to take in the picture as a whole and realize that your studio looks like someone’s creepy basement.
You’re basically putting an “I’m stupid” tag on your forehead. These photos are obviously decades old.
yeah it’s the 50′s or so. all the painting are looking at the camera so obviously they’re going to look. the models aren’t the ones making the poses the photographers are. i’m sure you would make them do really interesting things…in the year 2011 where things haven changed a lot since then.
its incredible they way things have change, the sole fact that this beautiful women in today standards would probably not be able to model.
Michelle and Elizabeth are expressing their opinions, we don’t care if you’re a model, that doesn’t make you an expert on everyone’s opinion, in the cartoon photos the girl isn’t looking at the camera in most of them, and since the point was to make them look similar, it makes sense to look off in a different direction where the camera isn’t aimed
other than that…the pictures are fantastic
very nice i really enjoyed the photos
Oh no! I see the duckface in some of them.
The photos are the “before” (antes) shots that the artist used for the paintings “after” (depois). This was really cool because I’ve always loved Elvgren pin-ups and this is kind of a behind-the-scenes look. Very neat post.
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