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Challenge #6 Designs

Sorry I'm such a slacker, guys. :-/ You can have until 10pm Wednesday to vote.



horriblematzo



Tell us a bit about your drag queen persona.
Her name is Di Flowered (lol, I'm so proud I thought of it xD!). She's very much into bright colors and happy things.

Do you have a specific "theme" for this look?
Like, a flower look, sorta to go with her name. I'm a little worried it's not 'Drag Queen-y' enough, but I couldn't really think of a normal girl in this dress and not looking cheesy!

What materials did you use for this challenge?
Post It notes and construction paper!

calenfenwen



Tell us a bit about your drag queen persona.
She's from the old country and willing to take you down the lowlands.

Do you have a specific "theme" for this look?
It started in my mind in a super glam rock look, but I quickly changed my mind into super sex kitten in a kilt....my mind wandered in class and the sketch changed rather quickly.

What materials did you use for this challenge?
I used wrapping paper and two pieces of colored note paper.

oldsghoul



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Tell us a bit about your drag queen persona.
For this challenge I obtained permission from my friend Miss Le Femme Nikita, to use her as my model. She is a professional drag queen based in Boston.

Do you have a specific "theme" for this look?
Miss Nikita is a modern, urban, gal. I feel this looks really looks good on her and captures her personality. It is called, "Soap, No Roap"! LOL, because I used a box of Lever 2000 for the accents on the dress and bag!

What materials did you use for this challenge?
For the copper colored bag and dress accents, see above.

saxykwajgirl



Tell us a bit about your drag queen persona.
My drag queen is Flo Flamingo. She loves bright colors and beading. She makes a statement wherever she goes. Flo performs song and dance numbers from old-school broadway shows.

Do you have a specific "theme" for this look?
Tonight Flo is performing some numbers from White Christmas (some of the random ones that are not Christmas-y such as Mr. Bones or Mandy) and she needs to look classy but sexy. The skirt can be whipped off later in the performance for the more taxing tap sections if need be.

What materials did you use for this challenge?
I used construction paper and beads for the top, needle and thread to attach beading, and tissue paper for the skirt.

Note: Sorry about the horrid color turn-out. My camera is broken and my scanner did not take kindly to the 3D objects. Imagine it brighter! and try your hardest to ignore my shoddy, disproportionate drawing.

rookie131



Tell us a bit about your drag queen persona.
I would say she's showing her softer flirtatious side here, but obviously, she's out for a good time.

Do you have a specific "theme" for this look?
I liked the idea of having lace cover her midriff and I wanted to do a shiny top and skirt. I originally also had lace gloves, but I didn't love them, so I edited.

What materials did you use for this challenge?
The lacy material is printed paper. The pink is made with metallic cardstock.

ewenicorn



Tell us a bit about your drag queen persona.
My drag queen's name is Ethel Mermaid. She's very into water, getting dressed up, and loves drama.

Do you have a specific "theme" for this look?
I wanted to do a look that was inspired by a mermaid's shape, without being toooooooo literal in the form.

What materials did you use for this challenge?
Paint sample cards cut into lots of little triangles, shiny pipe cleaners, glitter (to represent sand,) and some beads and sequins for accent.

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