Friday, June 17, 2005

VintageByButtons

Due to overwhelming teasing and flirting, I have added Jennifer to my Summoning links. Go ahead and click on her link, she's got some groovy eye candy there ! Tell her a Tree Sprite sent you.
:-D

6 Comments:

At 7:05 PM, Anonymous janey said...

I just came over from Jennifer's site. She's got some accessories there that are perfect for your sprite ;>

 
At 7:21 PM, Blogger steve said...

I know ! Aren't they totally rad ! I absolutly luv those vintage dresses ! Please don't get offended by this, but I think that men and women have lost the ability to dress nice nowadays. Now don't get me wrong, jeans and t-shirts are fine, but some of those fashions from the 20's and 50's rilly look great. Men were lookin' sharp and ladies were regal.
BTW, our Tree Sprite is only a milimeter above 7 inches tall, only Barbie doll outfits would work, and she hates Barbie...

 
At 5:55 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

STEVE!! I came to check out your latest and greatest and look what I find! You found me out! You scamp. What sweet things to say. I'm misty now...*sniff*

I haven't touched my site in years. I've done so much more then what is there. The business has just become too big. I have a wait list of over 800 world wide..a fashion museum that wants a line designed for their shop..I'm contacted by theatre companies that would like a rental line, people who want a pattern line. I just can't do it all by me onesie, you know? So, the small biz admin is helping me to kick it up a notch. I'll move into a ready-to-wear line and a pattern line.

I don't know about rich and famous, but I have been asked to be a guest on a major national talk show! YES! ME! I don't know if it is set in stone yet, but if it happens I'll say hi to my Steve! At least I know the big names know I'm around, right? I'll be happy when I finally see my name on the big screen under wardrobe and have a pattern in the Met! Lofty ideals yes, but the American Costume Society thinks I can do it!

Speaking of costumes...my real love...your vegetation garments would make absolutely fab costumes...think about it.

You're the cat's PJs Steve!

Jennifer

 
At 4:02 PM, Blogger steve said...

Herez a tissue, Jennifer ! Don't cry !

Sounds like you might want to go to the local Temp agency and get a few part time workers.
If it happens, let me know what talk show and what time and what channel. I'd luv to watch your climb up the ladder of success!
As for the big screen, if I can do it, so can you. I worked with Katharsys Pictures on their movie (under the business name DreamWeaver Studios), I'm in the credits and so is Kevin White (k'sdiseasedwits) and Jason Sandquist. It was a small movie production company, but that's how you start. It also got me a gig with Nancy Gideon (an author who wrote the novelization of the movie). Kevin is now a full blown freelance artist of professional status (I'm only semi-pro) and Jason is hooking up with Lion's Gates Films.

Drawing characters for comic books forces you to learn a lil' bit about style and fashion. I just finished some work on 18th century garb, I needed it for my personal work. Todays fashions are too 'prostitution' based, meaning cheap and slutty 24-7. Now being slutty can be fun, but a lotta men like a lil' mystery, and wearing clothes that expose virtually every nook and cranny kinda ruins that mystery. Cover up once in a while, and you'll drive the men nutzzz !

Thanx for the thumbs up on the fey costume, that is standard for the sylvan folk. That or birthday suits, things are kinda more relaxed in the fairy kingdoms.

And I think you are the bees knees!
:-D

 
At 1:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow Steve! I'm so impressed with your experience! Told you that one day you'll be rich and famous! It's a sure thing.

It the talk thing happens I will tell you! Thanks for your support too Steve. I know I've said it before, but you're the BEST!

Jennifer

 
At 2:59 PM, Blogger steve said...

* BLUSH ! *

:-D

 

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