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Tentacled Mastertouch III by BeccyBex Tentacled Mastertouch III by BeccyBex
And again I present you with another shoot for the uber cool Tentacle Threads label featuring the ever amazing photographic talents of Peter Stanton from Mastertouch Studios.


:iconmastertouch: Photography: Peter Stanton [link]


:iconnubileninjanymph: MUA: Rebecca Rachael Holack (me)



Model: Graendal [link]


Fashion: Tentacle Threads [link]



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All work in my gallery is copyrighted either to myself (Rebecca Holack) and/or to the photographers involved. None of the work may be reproduced, edited, published, transmitted, uploaded and used in any way, shape or form without my written permission and consent.
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:iconhuitian:
huitian Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2012
pose is great!
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BeccyBex Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2012   Traditional Artist
Cheers! ;)
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Carringd Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2012
Very Hot!!!
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BeccyBex Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2012   Traditional Artist
:D
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FAIRYREDHEADED Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2011
GRAY-GLOSSY PANTYHOSE.THESE ARE LEGS FOR SCISSORING BOYS........
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BeccyBex Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2011   Traditional Artist
I wouldn't want to ruin such nice tights with scissors!
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FAIRYREDHEADED Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2011
I DID NOT MEAN AT SCISSORS AS A TOOL,BUT YOUR BODYSCISSORS,HEADSCISSORS AT GUY,AS LONG AS BY MUSCLE SQUEEZE CRUSH ALL HIS BONES..
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BeccyBex Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2011   Traditional Artist
Sorry, you've lost me... :O

But I take it you like the image which is good enough! :)
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torvenius Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2011
weow!
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BeccyBex Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2011   Traditional Artist
Hehe... cheers! :D
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torvenius Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2011
cheers indeed
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wytherwing Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2011
amazing models, outfits and makeup... what's not to like about this awesome photoset! :thumbsup:
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BeccyBex Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2011   Traditional Artist
Thanks ever so! I'm very happy to have the opp to work with such a great team such as this, makes all the diff! ^__^
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wytherwing Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2011
you're absolutely welcome! :rose:
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:iconfiendy:
fiendy Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2011
cool shot like the expression on her face
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BeccyBex Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2011   Traditional Artist
I love this shot, those silver pvc leggings were my fave too.
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contessanera Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2011  Hobbyist
I adore the picture and absolutely love you make up work here, as always you are so creative and precise! I can say with no doubt that, now that I am taking my passion for make up to a more serious level, you are the inspiration and the artist I look up to in the more creative/unwearable field. The shapes you draw are so well defined and blended, it just makes me want to stand up and grab my brushes and practice practice practice and let my imagination run free!
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BeccyBex Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2011   Traditional Artist
Wow, you really amaze me every time with your thoughtful and encouraging comments. I'm glad to see that you're developing a passion for make-up and even more glad to hear that I'm one of your inspirations behind it. I couldn't be more flattered. You do know that I have a fine arts degree as well? The skills I learnt at art school help me immensely with my make-up art and I come at my designs from a fine arts angle rather than from a fashion one. So, I highly recommend an arts course or short drawing course if you haven't already done one that is. Your blending, drawing, colour and design skills will be all the bettter for it. Don't hesitate to ask if you have any mu Q's btw.
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contessanera Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2011  Hobbyist
You totally deserve any compliment people may give you, and more (: I have taken drawing classes in high school, it was a pretty lame course but forcing me to reproduce a chiaroscuro every week for four years made me a bit more efficient at it. My first love actually was drawing, since I was a kid, while I am a bit zero at painting XD but my passion for drawing led me to photography and now to make-up, where the whole face is a canvas that you have to shade and highlight in the right places, which again my (if small and imperfect) background in drawing helped me understand. As for 'fantasy' make-up, blending and shading may apply as well depending on the effect I look for, right? :D I keep my tiny experience at hand and watch reference picture and vids of immensely talented artists, like you in exemple, to try and understand what I do wrong and which 'tricks' might there be.
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BeccyBex Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2011   Traditional Artist
Thanks again lovely. Watching tutorials and buying make-up 'how-to' books are the way to go. And you know very well how valuable the experience you gain through art classes are for other areas of your creativity. I'm even thinking of going back to art school to focus on photography and visual arts this time so I can do all my photos and photoshop editing myself. The copyright laws still give photographers exclusive rights over my work even if I organise the whole shoot, paid them and got them to sign declarations. It's a real legal loop hole that needs changing. I want to exhibit some kickass ideas I have but I want full legal rights over these ideas and work, hiring a tog to take the pics gives my ownership rights away regardless of whether they had any creative input or not. By law they get to own the photos and do whatever they want with them... that law needs changing as I said. So the alternative is to do it all yourself. Which you can do now, so you're one step ahead of me.
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contessanera Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2011  Hobbyist
Well a couple of MUAs that I know started taking pictures themselves just because of that, resulting in very high quality images after a little practice... I guess a background in a different visual art develops a good eye no matter what, so yes I do really advise you to try and take pictures of your work! It is a shame that the photographer gets to own it all, even when all the effort put in one picture comes from the model or the MUA, even if they paid for it all!
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BeccyBex Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2011   Traditional Artist
Yep, it's just how it's been for a long time now and no one seems to care to change it. Putting it in writing in a model release form helps with legal matters a lil bit... but not much with the law as it is now. Anyway, you're all good now you can be a one stop shop, saves you money by not hiring a MUA, hairdresser and stylist too. It's the way to go these days, people are getting harder and harder to deal with. Saves you lots of headaches and drama too by doing it all yourself.
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scottjamesprebble Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2011
Oh this is awesome, great pose, great pants, Peter is one cool dude isn't he.



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BeccyBex Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2011   Traditional Artist
Hey thanks. Is he ever, his use of lighting and eye for composition kicks ass!!
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