One of the projects I've been working on a trying to replicate the Sue Bryce style of lighting with bounced natural light, but with small strobes and no ambient light at all. It took several tries but I was finally able to get really close and I can repeat it over and over in a space about the size of a small bedroom.
I owe a big thanks to my buddy Rooster, every time I wanted to tinker he was more than willing to hop in front of the camera so I'd have a model to work with. He often grabbed a guitar and played while I worked around him, moving lights and reflectors as I saw fit. On this particular night he plugged in the electric rig, cranked the volume, and just had at it as I did my thing. He hadn't played on an electric in quite some time so he really enjoyed it and soaked up the vibrations.
This shot is one I randomly converted to black and white, and I think it works rather well. He is lit by two bare LumoPro LP160's at camera left firing directly to the right side of the camera and bouncing back onto him with two 4x8 foot white reflectors, creating that wonderful soft light.