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Gunslinger Girl: The Girl with mechanical body by Benny-Lee Gunslinger Girl: The Girl with mechanical body by Benny-Lee
= Gunslinger Girl: The Girl with mechanical body =
Here's an iconic shot of Henrietta; :iconmouichi: did a good job being Henrietta and I tried to pay enough attention to the details; so we hope it'll do it justice. This is a shoot we've been trying to collaborate for a few years now but since we live at different states, and due to time conflict, we haven't had the chance to, until two months ago. Enjoy :)


:iconmouichi: as Henrietta

Photography by :iconbenny-lee: of emanonDesign.com


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00Pony May 29, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
It's a good cosplay, I've never seen the anime, only clips, but hey.

The one thing that bothered me (and I see it was already addressed below me) is how the gun is held. Being a gun owner and enthusiast, and also having shot a PS90 (Semi auto civilian version of the P90, the gun used in the picture), my soul may have died a little. Whether the people who made the original art made her hold the gun like that on purpose or not, it's just... painful, to say the least.

but I'm sounding negative and like a total d-bag right now. Like I said before, it's a good cosplay, and the photography and editing are very well done themselves.
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Benny-Lee May 31, 2013  Professional Photographer
Hey ya, thanks for point out! Yes this was addressed quite a bit of times; unfortunately, when we shot this, we didn't look too deep into the gun holding position and relied solely to how that art was drawn. We didn't catch it until later on. It's a bit sad to think about it but needless to say we were still happy how it came out. I guess it'll be a lesson to us to make even better photos in the future :)
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:iconshininou:
I'm wondering why its fired left-handed but on the right shoulder. I checked the official art and it's done the same way. Was there a reason for this?
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Benny-Lee Apr 12, 2013  Professional Photographer
We tried to imitate the artwork exactly but in the process we did neglect the fact that artwork may be wrong. It was good to know later on but it is what it is, we at least made the best out of it :)
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:iconinushio:
Great !!!!!!!!
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:iconbenny-lee:
Benny-Lee Jun 16, 2013  Professional Photographer
Thanks, I do enjoy your work on fb :)
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:iconmaehedrose:
At first I thought this was going to be a painting. Very good Henrietta shot; kudos to you and the model both.
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Benny-Lee Mar 28, 2013  Professional Photographer
Thanks! :) Seems more people keep thinking this is a 3D modeled or painting haha, guess it looks a bit surreal in that sense.
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:iconryagas:
It almost looks unreal. Great work!
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Benny-Lee Mar 18, 2013  Professional Photographer
Thanks! :)
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