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FanVixens in: Bizarro Au Go-Go is an 88 page color photo book featuring the sculptures, props, and special FX of Cig Neutron and the Photography and photo manipulation of Rannie Rodil. From comic book catfights, to advertisements for bizarre products that you can actually order, to hot chicks covered in GALLONS of BLOOD. Throw in a cheesy sense of humor and there you have it, this book has more puns than the Cryptkeeper. What's not to love? The best part is all this can be yours for only $20!

Saturday, September 13, 2008

exhausted...

I finally got almost everything together for our big book party/art gallery tomorrow. I'm so pooped. Let me tell you, soooo many things went wrong while I was getting things together, that there were plenty of times that I wanted to give up. These shoots were really tough to pull. I did them all with my remote which was not easy considering the situations I was sticking myself into.

It's like extreme self-portraiture. I was gagging, choking, pretty much almost vomiting, almost caught my shirt on fire, and just basically beating myself up for these photos. These are pictures that I had been wanting to draw/paint, but I decided to actually feel what I was going for and threw myself into these abusive situations. Oh man...and at the same time I had to suck it up and check my camera from time to time to realize that composition or lighting was off at the wrong times and start all over.

Then, I realized after I cropped and saved the images that my dimensions were the size wrong for print, I already bought the frames, AND I didn't save finished un-cropped images. (This is what happens when you do things at the last minute while you're boozing to cope with the stress...not health or smart...sigh) So I had to spend extra time placing the finished photos back onto the original un-cropped ones and re-crop them to the right size. CHEESES!

While I was in the middle of framing my photos, I realized that one of the frames I got from Aaron Brothers was severely cracked, so I had to go to Marina Del Rey to return it and get another one. When I finally got down to the last frame, I couldn't find the mounting hardware, so I'll have to wake up early and freaking go back to Aaron brothers for 4 little screws and 2 mounting hooks... I bet I'll find it Sunday, and regretfully shove it in my junk drawer.

It's these little things that are just driving me bananas. I don't know how many times I 'lost' the remote for my camera during very crucial moments of shooting. I'm so glad I'm pretty much done though. I've been working my ass off for 2 weeks straight. All I have to do now is finish that 1 frame, stock up on some booze for the party, help organize the gallery/party space, and look hot for tomorrow night. WOOH!! One thing I do know how to do is partttay!!! Lots of my girls that I love and miss will be there, so I'm pretty excited. Almost all the Living Dolls will be there, with the exception of Lina and Sphinx. Guess I better hit the sack.

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