Lady Huntress Becomes the Hunter

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Lady Huntress Becomes the Hunter

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Lady Huntress wasn't seen as hunter material. Born with deformities, she was immediately placed on the Hunter Training List. Only she wasn't on there to be trained but to be prey for the "genuine" hunters.

When she came of age, she was herded onto the training field. For years she endured and survived each encounter. Then came the day when enough was enough.

While being pursued, she staged an ambush and turned the tables. She took down one of the hunters and commandeered their gear. It's their turn to do the running.

This is a mixed media piece featuring young Lady Huntress near the falls with her gaze transfixed on a target. The piece was composed with:
~ 8 different eyeshadows - gold, shimmering copper, caramelized plum, disco, satin taupe, teal, sapphire blue and abyss
~ bronzer - Sunkissed
~ lux eyeliner pencil - charcoal
~ nail polish - hair, right side (LA Colors Precious)
~ tinted lip gloss - After Dark (VS)
~ lip stain - Love Always (VS)
~ lipstick - Charmed (LA Colors)
~ glitter pens
~ make-up setting spray (used with eyeshadow to get watercolor-like consistency)
~ black pecoe/green tea blend (leftovers)
~ tooth picks
~ cotton swab
~ mini make-up brushes
~ liner brush
~ graphite

WIP []
The video of my work in progress compilation. This is an UNLISTED video. You'll see an initial sketch followed by a series of color application pics.

Featured song: In a World by Jason Shaw of Audionautix

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Aug 5, 2017 | 10:04 PM EDT
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