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Brooklyn Fawn

“There’s a fawn with brown eyes
A broken hoof from Brooklyn stars
A summer night…”


This was a magical day creating lovely images at the park with Keymoon Photography!

These antlers were made using Crayola Model Magic. They were extremely light weight and easy to work with! The flowers cover the band and tie in with the corset color!

“There’s a fawn in all my dreams
I guard the sun, I guard the moon
I don’t need sleep…”


I wasn’t going to do fawn makeup but at the last-minute I decided to throw some on,good or bad, and we went with it. This is my very first attempt using whatever makeup we had on hand,haha. Sink or swim,baby…it’s how we roll 🙂

“With belief the moon will rise
Give to the shore then turn the tide….”


The belt Is a big piece of elastic that snaps in the back. It has steel decorative keys hanging from it that used to hang in my aunt Virginia’s home. After she died I took these in remembrance of her and have been working them into my costuming ever since ❤

“There’s a fawn of city trees of sidewalk grass
She won’t belong, no, not to me…”

I feel it’s important to note that my fingernails were painted red this day. Kristin of Keymoon took the time to edit them into this pretty blue! She is 1000% amazing!

“There’s a fawn with brown eyes
A broken hoof from Brooklyn stars
A summer night…”

Lyrics from “Brooklyn Fawn” by Matt Pond PA

All Photography By Keymoon Photography

Costuming and antlers made by Atlas Moonkitty



*Art curation services specialist *Designer/creator of all sorts of gadgets *Steampunk/ Mori Girl designer *Fire performer *Mother of three cats and one pretty fish *Traveler of the world! *Costumer/Cosplayer * Makeup Lover!

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