Introducing my girls in their first incarnations – naturally they will continue to evolve…
(This page is for historic purposes, just like all of this site. Some of them are no longer part of the staff, others have changed quite a bit.)
Miss Candy (Candace Elizabeth Gwilt) – When I tried to do my own version of Elvgren’s “Get The Picture” with a new face, she was the result and has been the heart and soul of Pin-Up Glamour ever since. Candy is not just your everyday pin-up model but a highly intelligent and creative woman whose many artistic activities include writing, photography and painting. A lady of many talents, she speaks several languages and is adept at playing various instruments. She is a big fan of classic Hollywood movies and 1940s fashion. Above is the very first version of Candy resembling a rather tame 1950s secretary type of girl – watch her evolution on her personal page.
Miss Pearl (Virginia Pearl Cummings), based on a Peter Driben character but with a face modeled after Leslie Brooks. She is very much an outdoor type of girl who loves to do bikini poses, but can do the femme fatale as well.
Miss Kate (Katherine Elaine Hamilton), one of the first pin-up girls I created myself, She is the quintessential “good girl” who is at home with the naive, “surprised” look typical to many classic 1950s pin-ups.
The specialist for western scenes – Miss Betty (Elizabeth Jane McAllister), inspired by Gil Elvgren’s “Coming Right Up” as well as by Betty Grable, has already seen service on a concert poster.
Miss Ruby (Consuela Ruby Mendoza) was inspired by one of T.N. Thompson’s characters. She represents the voluptuous, “Latina” type of girl, and is a fine singer as well.
Miss Annie (Anne Marie Dubonnet), a petite brunette with a distinctive French look. A versatile model who can do lingerie poses as well as outdoor scenes.
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