Dorothy and Chikkin make a mess


BlueBlood brings us a non-Amelia G and Forrest Black shoot and it’s a doozy. This rather messy shoot features the work of Clix and I rather like his style. Of course having Dorothy and Chikkin makes it really easy for me to like his style. The two models play rather well together, and the chemistry really comes to life once the marshmallow starts to fly. This shoot has it all–two wonderful women having fun with food (and each other). What more can you ask for?

I was rather limited on the photos I can show since many were really not safe for work. It appears that cake and marshmallow doesn’t quite cover all the body parts as one might need for an SFW post. I did try to show a bit of Dorothy’s mess side with her playing with some rather funky fluff. It is a bit of her nude (live in front of your filthy naked little eyes, or so someone once said) and covered with the fluff. I love this shot because it really captures the playful side of Dorothy. If you’ve seen any shoot with her, you know she’s a great fun ball of energy and she does great with food.

I’m trying to describe this for those of you who don’t have Blue Blood access. Let’s see….ever see the Jell-O wrestling scene in Stripes? Well, remove John Candy and the rest of the guys, replace the Jell-O with colorful cake frosting and marshmallow fluff, replace the wrestling with playful making out and you’ll have this shoot. Any shoot that involves a tarp can go either really wrong or really cool. This one is definitely (and firmly) in the really cool section of that binary.

The girls start out with four cakes poolside and by end of the 4th picture, both cake and clothing have become optional. Okay, so the cake is still there as they sit on it then play with it by smearing it across each other’s bodies. Oh, did I mention there is a bit of ‘heavy petting’ going on during the entire shoot?

This entire piece is a colorful romp through a foodies’ dream. The star for me is Dorothy as her spirit really shines through here. I’ve yet to see her do a boring shoot, I’m not even sure that would be possible. She’s this great bubbling source of fun (clean and cake covered), and her energy here is amazing. In fact, her energy and ‘good vibes’ is so tied in with her art that it is seen very strongly in everything she touches (especially the cake covered Chikkin).

If you loved this shoot (you have to check out the uncensored photos!), you will love Dorothy’s new book. The art and the energy are both high octane cuteness. She’s having a Kickstarter for it and with this world definitely needs more Dorothy in it. We have yet to begin to balance the anti-fun deficit that is 2016. Her book is one giant step in the right direction and I am proud to be a backer. I sure hope you are too.

I’d like to welcome model Chikkin to the site and also photographer Clix. I love the vibrant fun energy Clix gets in his photography, so watch for more of his work coming up here. On this shoot, Clix says, “Dorothy and Chikkin making messes together in Florida! These two adorable ladies got completely covered in all of the goop. Dorothy’s look of amazement as the marshmallow fluff stretches was simply priceless. All of the colors blended together in seamless wonder through this shoot.” If you enjoy Dorothy a.k.a. Audra a.k.a. Happy Alarm’s work, I highly recommend checking out the Ultra Happy Alarm Kickstarter. Just seeing how adorable she is in the video is worth the click.
–Amelia G


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