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Wasp Body Paint Photoshoot

Wasp Body Paint Photoshoot

 

Geek Girl Northern Belle Rogue looks fantastic modelling this impressive Wasp body paint and here's what she had to say...

"While I really enjoyed watching Marvel's Ant-Man, my absolute favourite part of the whole film was the mid credits scene. One of my biggest qualms with Marvel movies to date has been the lack of really strong female characters. (Yes, I am still slightly bitter over the representation of Rogue in the X-Men movie series.) That said, I fell in love with Hope Van Dyne in this film. Strong, sassy and intelligent... I too was frustrated on her behalf that she was being over looked for Scott Lang. So when the mid credit scene rolled around and we saw the first real glimpse of her Wasp suit for the upcoming films I was ecstatic. I couldn't help but agree, it's about damn time! ArtistiCurves did an incredible job on both the paint and photography. We made the choice to go with a symmetrical design based on the original comic book and the fact that the suit was still being built, so it stood to reason that the middle panel was out to work on wires rather than being an artistic choice. We also put sleeves on the suit because of the wires we could faintly see running down what would be the sleeve and for us it stood to reason if the suit is going to compress her body that her entire body should probably be covered. You can also check out the 'Behind The Scenes' video of the whole process linked below. Big thanks to both ArtistiCurves and Cajun Cosplay for their help with this process. Who knows, I might have to start building an actual suit for this character real soon! ;)"

Wasp Body Paint Photoshoot

Wasp Body Paint Photoshoot

Wasp Body Paint Photoshoot

Wasp Body Paint Photoshoot

Wasp Body Paint Photoshoot



Geek Girl: Northern Belle Rogue - facebook

Body Painter/Photographer: ArtistiCurves

BTS Video: Cajun Cosplay

Special Thanks: Makenzie Smith "Bubbles" and Sean Ward

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October 07 2015

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