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Furies from the 1930s

By Paul Watson on .

My friend Michael Kemp just pointed me at an interpretation of the Furies that I hadn’t seen before — Slavko Vorkapić’s excellent montage sequence for the 1934 film Crime Without Passion (written and directed by Charles MacArthur & Ben Hecht). Slavko Vorkapić (1894–1976) was a Serbian-American…

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Furies Wanted!

By Paul Watson on .

Two of the three models I had lined up for this project have had to drop out, so if you fancy being one of the 3 Furies then let me know. The modelling will be fine art nude, but heavily shadowed and textured. The photo session should take no longer than 2 hours. You don’t need to have had any…

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A Preview of the Text

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The text, so far: I — A Dedication Of Sorts I stare fixedly at this page because I know that she is standing at my shoulder, a never ending presence. I can sense her emerging from the shadows in the not-quite-seen at the edge of vision. The serpentine movement of her pale limbs bypasses sight,…

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Putting plans together

By Paul Watson on .

I’ve just dropped a message to Nina—who did some life modelling for me a year-or-so ago—to see if she’s available to model for the third of the Furies. If so then I’ll have models for all three, and I’ll feel like this whole project is on safer ground! Regardless of that, I’ve got…

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A Busy Few Months Ahead

By Paul Watson on .

It’s looking like an increasingly busy few months ahead!  I knew this project would take some considerable time right back when I took my Letterpress printing course back in February-April. I’ve got most of the text for the Book of the Erinyes written and sometime over August/September…

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