Monday, January 7, 2013

Cat Woman - making of

Catwoman has been featured as an antihero rather than a supervillain, this character has been one of Batman's most enduring love interests. Batman's creator, Bob Kane, was a great movie fan and his love for film provided the impetus for several Batman characters, among them, Catwoman. She was primarily inspired by Hedy Lamarr and partially inspired by 1930's film star Jean Harlow who at Kane's then-early and "impressionable age... seemed to personify feminine pulchritude at its most sensuous." Wanting to give his Batman comic books sex appeal and someone who could appeal to female readers as a female Batman, Kane and writer Bill Finger created a "friendly foe who committed crimes but was also a romantic interest in Batman's rather sterile life." She was meant to be a love interest and to engage Batman in a chess game with him trying to reform her. At the same time, this character was meant to be different from other Batman villains like the Joker in that she was never a killer or evil. 
Here is Caesar Lima's version 
Behind the scenes of Cat Woman shoot with Caesar Lima Cat Woman 
photography by Caesar Lima 
model: Nicolette G from Pinkerton Models 
make up by Veronica Hernandez 
styling props: Melanie Manson 
video/editing: Rinaldo Lima 
imaging: Felipe Silva concept by Pixelpasta

awesome music by Paper Diamond 
"Can we go up?" 
paper-diamond.com



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