Monday, August 20, 2007


Friday night Merik and I was at the Velvet spinning hits from the old Woodstock days for an event there commemorating the end of the festival some years ago. Saturday saw us again sitting in our favorite movie theater over at squiggly's MST3K. The movie of the evening happened to be a film called Diabolique... super villian hero meets James Bond..meets Barbarella...meets B movie insanity.

After all that, and a fresh pot of wonderful coffee, came the birth of my new outfit.
Its a 70's retro style print with a 60's go-go dancer skirt..mixed with a long loose sleeve and closed collar to give it that serious feel. My good friend Lyanis helped me out with the hose matching to give it that perfect eye pleasing overall color scheme to it.

Add some boots, your favorite fashionista glasses, and you're set to travel the metaverse.

Theres eight different colors to choose from and as always a package if you love them all.
Hope you enjoy them as much as I did making them!
Eloria LeShelle

Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Sheer Desire

It was late Saturday night / Sunday morning, during my normal working hours. I was wide away with an exceptionally lovely coffee high going on. Most of my friends were in bed and I had some peace and quiet.

So I decided to work on what I've been pestered to make now what seems like months. So many people loved my stockings and hose, I kept getting the comments "make lingerie!". Well I opened my brand spanking new version of CS3 and got to work!

After adjust a few things here and there, a tuck left and right , in the end it wasn't so bad! Well except panties , those aren't as easy as one may think.

After all the sheerness was added, the perfect texturing, the name Sheer Desire just fit.

Then after the final set was in stone I guess you could say, added a variety of colors and made sure the shading stayed consistent. In the end got together 10 different colors.

Now since I didn't make it in the hundreds of layers I usually do, I decided the cost should compensate for it. Each set is 100L, or all 10 sets is 500L. I thought perhaps that was too low but so far the outcome looks great, and an overall great response from loyalists! (whom I love dearly!).

Hope you all enjoy as much as I enjoy making!