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Melanie Iglesias is back, and this time we are raising money for Hope for the Warriors. Watch as Melanie tries to keep up with the outlandish signing requests for her "Marine Mel" posters while fighting for a good cause! Hope for the Warriors is an amazing 4-star rated charity that aims to enhance the quality of life for post-9/11 service members, their families, and families of the fallen. We are proud to have made a donation from the Saglimbeni Store and the Melanie Iglesias Store. Special thanks to all of YOU who ordered autographed posters and made our donation possible. We couldn't do it without you! Want to see the making of Mel's stunning Marine Cadet poster? Click here.
Naval Commander Brittany has always been a badass. During our live-action shoot, our good friend & model Brittany Dailey brought the perfect combination of fearless hero and sexy swag to the character. Lucky for us, artists Corey Knaebel and Ula Mos were able to capture that swag in cartoon form. In this beautiful faux cover, Brit returns to base to recharge—and accept a little adoration from her fellow warriors. BREAKING NEWS: Model Brittany Dailey will be joining us at our SlickforceGirl booth at Stan Lee's Comikaze Oct 31-Nov 2, signing this limited edition poster, along with artist Corey Knaebel. Be sure to come by and see us! In case you missed it, here's a lookback at the making of Brittany's shoot below! Pencils by Corey Knaebel - Deviant Art | Website | Facebook Inks and colors by Ula Mos - Deviant Art | Facebook
While our first six heroes are out saving the world, Melanie Iglesias is getting ready for her SlickforceGirl shoot. She'll be joining the fight as Marine Melanie, but before she does, she must gear up and prepare for battle. Special thanks to our military advisor Will Huang and Independent Studio Services for letting us play in their ultimate prop shop. Stay tuned for more from Marine Melanie!
Travel to a remote location for a behind-the-scenes look at our SlickforceGirl shoot with the stunning Ayanna Jordan. She embraces the Indian Princess role wholeheartedly, and keeps the crew laughing along the way. My thanks to the lovely Ms. Jordan for her devotion to the SlickforceGirl campaign. Order your Limited Edition Princess Ayanna posters here. A portion of proceeds from poster sales are donated to the Breast Cancer Charities of America's iGoPink campaign. Photography by NICK SAGLIMBENI Makeup by THERESE WILLIAMS Hair by AL INGRAM Wardrobe Styling by DIANA CHAN Track: "Light Speed" by Peter McIsaac Music