Posts Tagged ‘Kaitlynn Carter’
This is the part where I say, "Is it hot in here or is it just me?" Hey guys, I hope you're enjoying the new SlickforceGirl illustrated pieces we've been releasing over the last few weeks. As a lifetime comic-book art fan, I couldn't be more excited to work with so many wickedly-talented artists from across the globe. This Kaitlynn piece is particularly special for two reasons: 1) Because it is beautifully drawn by the brilliant team of illustrator Corey Knaebel and colorist Ula Mos, and 2) it's the first reveal of our brave firefighter's last name — Meet Kaitlynn Connor. I'm also excited to announce that artist Corey Knaebel will be joining us at our booth at Stan Lee's Comikaze. Here is a look back at Kaitlynn's live-action shoot below, played by the lovely Kaitlynn Carter. Stay tuned to SlickforceGirl.com for more art, new heroes, and upcoming appearance info! -Nick Pencils by Corey Knaebel - Deviant Art | Website | Facebook Inks and colors by Ula Mos - Deviant Art | Facebook
Don't let the blonde hair fool you. You'd have to be pretty stupid to mess with this axe-wielding action hero. Firefighter Kaitlynn rescues those in need everyday, and she certainly doesn't need anyone standing in her way. See more from Kaitlynn in the SaglimbeniStore, and if you haven't seen it yet, be sure to watch model Kaitlynn Carter suit up for SlickforceGirl in this behind-the-scenes video below!
Behind-the-scenes video from our SlickforceGirl shoot with the amazing Kaitlynn Carter. It would be hard to ignore just how sincere Kaitlynn is in her portrayal of her firefighter character, and one quick look shows you the amount of fun we had on set that day. My thanks to the wonderful Ms. Carter for her devotion to this courageous role. Order your Limited Edition Firefighter Kaitlynn posters here. A portion of proceeds from poster sales are donated to the Breast Cancer Charities of America’s iGoPink campaign.
[nggallery id=4] Summer may be over, but there's plenty of heat for Firefighter Kaitlynn to contend with. Our newest hero joins the SlickforceGirl ranks this October, constantly putting herself in harms way to save others. Here, Kaitlynn risks her life to save a pair of dalmatian pups in this Saglimbeni Store Exclusive Collector's 13x18 Poster. A portion of proceeds from poster sales are donated to the Breast Cancer Charities of America's iGoPink campaign. Order your Limited Edition posters here. My thanks to the incredible team that helped make this high-concept shoot a reality, especially model Kaitlynn Carter, the SlickforceStudio crew and our brilliant glam squad. We've got a wonderful making-of video for you on the way next week. Stay tuned for more details. CREDITS: Model: Kaitlynn Carter Photography by Nick Saglimbeni Make-up by Therese Williams Hair by Al Ingram Styling by Diana Chan Post-production by SlickforceStudio Production Stills by Joyce Park
When I couldn't find just the right model for this heroic SlickforceGirl character, I decided to venture away from my usual roster and take a chance on some new talent. It was Boston beauty Kaitlynn Carter's first time in front of my camera, and she crushed the challenge put before her. Kaitlynn brought grace and sincerity to a role that might have been played too rigid by others. In doing so, she epitomized the true nature of a SlickforceGirl—the perfect balance of courage and beauty. See more from Kaitlynn and our other heroes right here at SlickforceGirl.com! Photo by Joyce Park for SlickforceStudio Make-up by Therese Williams Hair by Al Ingram Wardrobe styled by Diana Chan