I am trying to find a tutorial that I stupidly forgot to bookmark some time ago.
The photograph was effectively a model wearing a milkdress but there was a tutorial.
It was in the style of Razooma or Andrew Razumovsky and im looking into creating something which includes liquid.
As I recall it involved a model and the photographer and asst threw hundreds of small cups of milk at the model to get the desired effect. 3 hours of searching and im no further on apart from what was in my mind when i started!
If anyone knows where to find it your help would be massively appreciated.
Yes that is true, the smell is quite strong :-] and stays for a while!
I don't want to hijack your thread,
...but you might be interested that we still have 2 spots available for the London MILK WORKSHOP,
Each participant will create at least two Milk / Water Illustrations + Postproduction techniques on Milk and Beauty Portraits!
More info about the Milk Workshop here:
A little BTS from The Milky Nun shoot here:
P.S. This is no secret that the final illustration is built from many frames, and that you have to throw quite a lot of milk and that model have to hold still... it is quite obvious.
The trick is the "know-how".
How to get the right shape in right place, how to throw the liquid and how to put that in PS. And many other elements.
And that is the part which is not in the web tutorial.
All the best
If you guys interested here is the London Milk Workshop (June Edition) Summary.
Full Story and Behind the Scenes material:
Thanks for checking!
Milk & Rock'n'Roll !!Milky Harpist