News for November 2011
The Many-Coated Man
The History of Reading, Volume One
(the words are reeeally tiny in this one, oops. click it to see a bigger version.)
I haven’t been dreaming a lot, so instead I made a picture of a camera:
Um so even though I just turned 32 and am probably technically too old, I totally love to read Tavi at style rookie and her new project, Rookie, a sort of Sassy-esque* online mag for teenagers.The October issue had a DIY section on how to bitchface, and I decided to try it out for myself. Here are my results.
Note that I am not sure my glasses are compatible with bitchface. Also I couldn’t stop laughing on this pose. I apparently have trouble keeping a straight/bored face.
Little Miss Muriel Kitty gave it a try, too.
I sort of just look angry. Also, I have trouble with independent control over my eyebrows. This one was definitely the most challenging. I’m also not sure I have mastered the smize.
The “Is Anyone Else Hearing This”
I pretty much rocked this one.
Some Bitchface With Hands Poses
I do think the hands add some believability for those of us who don’t have a lot of facial control.
This next oh-so-attractive photo was inspired by my first creative director Kent, who used to make this face in meetings.
Welp, that’s about it! I rate myself a 6.4 at bitchface. I’d better keep practicing.
*It should be noted that I was never a Sassy reader. I’m not sure why — maybe I was a wee bit young? I did read Seventeen which was mostly deplorable but occasionally had articles about Drew Barrymore, who I was obsessed with.