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he truly is one of the most beautiful people ever i honestly can’t get over how gorgeous he is 🤧 like just everything in this picture is so pretty and i just ksksk i cant help ~ #davidbowie#bowie#ziggystardust#aladdinsane#london#fashion#music#dance#singing#retro#vintage#loveyou#rock#legend#smile#happy#70s
#cementerioputrefacto80s#davidbowieforever#davidbowiefan#davidbowiefans#davidbowie#bowieforever#bowie#glamrock#reydelglam#elduqueblanco#iggypopfanclub#iggypop#iggyandthestooges#thestooges#laiguana "Mirar hacia atrás es un arte: cómo celebrar el pasado sin ser atrapado por él. Las fotografías proporcionan un gran vínculo físico". David Bowie e Iggy Pop en el Dorchester Hotel - Londres, 1972 📷 Mick Rock
yah I should post art again so have this David Bowie ?? Ignore the text tho ?? I’m in spain so I cant draw lol or take a new pic of the art. idk might delete it later (lol i always wanted to say that) . . . . . #classicrock#70s#80s#davidbowie#davidjones#bowie#doodle
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PART THREE: #marchmeetthemaker Day 20 - Design Process Visualising a finished piece is quite hard and knowing a design will work is much easier when you’re in the midst of creating it. Once it starts to come to life in front of you, you’re able to adjust and add or remove elements, you can see the tiers next to each other and assess what goes well next to each other and what doesn’t work. It’s a very organic process for me. Some times it is incredibly stressful and other times it’s thoroughly enjoyable. My wedding cake entry last year earned me a bronze, one of my proudest achievements! This years piece I’ve had in my head for the last 6 months, I’ve done a very rough sketch and started a Pinterest board for ideas. In the next few months I’ll have it sketched out in colour before I need to make more solid decisions about the size and shapes ready to start working on it in September/October.
PART TWO: #marchmeetthemaker Day 20 - Design Process My second cake international entry was in a different category (I was scared of trying weddings again!) and I knew from the off that I wanted to do Game Of Thrones! I knew I wanted a tier to represent each of the core families and I wanted texture rather than anything physical. I ended up making sections from Jamie Lannister’s armour, dire wolf fur and dragon scales. I put a lot of time and thought in to the design and how best to execute it. I achieved a merit. For last years entry I pulled up my socks, chucked on my big girl pants and tried my hand at weddings again! I was terrified! I approached the whole process very differently. This time I went with a design which had first come to me a year earlier, it was inspired by David Bowie. Again, I wanted colours, textures and shapes rather than a literal representation. I also wanted it to be a very modern, pretty wedding cake (makes a change for me!) I’d sketched out a design when the idea first came to me (the one you can see all of in the photo) I watched Bowie documentaries and listened to his music, I also made myself a mood board by printing up photos and pinning them to the cork board that’s in front of my work table. A year after the first sketch was drawn, I revised it and drew up the second sketch. A few months before the competition I bought my dummy cakes and revised the design again, it ended up much bigger than I’d ever planned! I decided to add in the ruffle tier for width and to represent the movement of a few of the shirts Bowie had worn in photos I’d looked at. I started properly working on it about a month before the show. I ended up covering three tiers which were in the original design but I didn’t like and scrapped completely. I changed the direction of the bright lines as it wasn’t practical to have them angled as in my drawings, I also decided to make them much brighter! I made a lot of changes to the design as I was
PART ONE: #marchmeetthemaker Day 20 - Design Process Most customer orders I start with a photo they’ve sent me or they might have requested a design based on a cake I’ve made before. If they’re working to a budget then I make suggestions for design elements which fit within it whilst also maximising the space on the cake and still giving that ‘wow’ factor. Usually I’ll just have the birthday persons favourite thing to work with, I love it when that happens because I get to be creative! I rarely sketch designs out for customers, I’m actually not very good at drawing! If something is quite hard to explain then I’ll draw it up to help better demonstrate it. For cakes with a lot of detail on, it definitely makes it easier to explain the design to the customer and for me to remember exactly what is going where! I do this for wedding cake orders as they tend to be much bigger than other cakes. If I’m working with a brief based on a tv show or film then google and Pinterest become my best fiends! I look at cakes other people have made, usually more as a guide for what NOT to make as I try to be different! I also look at photos of the characters and locations for inspiration. I love incorporating textures and colours rather than being literal. This is also why I specialise in fandom cakes. I love Marvel, DC, Game Of Thrones, Walking Dead etc so I have the knowledge of the characters, costumes, locations and storylines to transfer to the design. My competition cakes work much the same only the entire inspiration will just randomly come to me! My first cake international entry I really struggled with the theme and design, in the end I went with something my husband suggested because I just wasn’t inspired by anything. It definitely showed in the end result! Needless to say, for a whole host of reasons, I didn’t place at all. I was majorly disappointed and determined to do better next time.