Say hello again to Orelia my musetouched Aasimar from my current Pathfinder campaign.
Oof… That took me a long time, but I have finished it. This is Orelia’s current wardrobe. The first is a close-up of her adventuring gear up (magic chainmail for example) then there are the variations of her everyday outfits, different adventuring get-ups and her formal/date-wear. I always played with the different hair styles and I am really proud of this.
<3 You can see some wips (and an underwear pic, whoooo) or support me on my ko-fi
androgynous ranboo WIP (with both black + blue hair bc p o g) ,,, pls tell me feedback i need it :]
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Fashion Elective - 19/1/21
In response to Mondays fashion workshop on collage I experimented with cutting out tyres and shoe soles and applying them to fashion models. I then took photos of some tyres/soles that looked interesting to get inspiration for designs and made some first attempts at creating designs from these to get practise before I explore the line, silhouette, colour, texture and movement of my finished designs.
EXHIBIT 91 “the shared memory” collection designed by Irena Ivanova
Photographer: Daniela Yordanova @sucks2beyou
Model: Ekaterina Slygina
The 1880s Walking Dress- One Example
One of the more interesting late Bustle Era fashion styles was the walking dress and especially when it incorporated the jacket-bodice style. Below is just one interesting example of this style from the late 1880s (the museum lists it as being circa 1885-1890):
Walking Dress, c. 1885-1890; Metropolitan Museum of Art (1980.126.5
Silhouette-wise, this dress is definitely late 1880s with a somewhat…
As I’ve decided to focus on fashion this week I decided I’d create a collage from magazine pieces which I stuck over a basic model silhouette which I drew prior to this.
I initially found this difficult as I wasn’t really sure what I wanted the outcome to look like so it took a bit of time and some trial and error but I’m happy with the result