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16 March 2007 @ 10:27 am
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Appetizers for men! POW!: <3jpegasus on March 17th, 2007 02:24 am (UTC)
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ooou, they are lovely! :D
I really love Garnet's dress, and the colors on both of them <3
mitsuhachi on March 17th, 2007 10:19 am (UTC)
I had a very clear image in my head of the first pic you did of garnet while working on this- I've loved it so much since you first did it, and I think the influence shows really strongly on hers. *sweatdrop* I'm glad you liked them though.

I also love the way you've set up clothes for this 'verse, cause they give me an excuse to indulge my button fetish. <3
The Black Kitten: Nobility - Sacrifice - Chocolate: bijou - lapis lazulilaylah on March 17th, 2007 02:27 am (UTC)
♥ ♥

I am so glad you're doing these! They look so vivid and so cool (and Gideon says ♥ ♥! at Garnet with her hair down). I adore that Lapis is carrying the sign of his madness. And the rich differences in tone. And Garnet with the chalice beside her, and bearing the lotus, and the way Amelia looks so worshipful next to her, and and and.

mitsuhachi on March 17th, 2007 10:21 am (UTC)
two down, twenty-one to go? Yeah, I are insane. Also, you two's project here sort of took over my brain. Hope you're happy! *sort of lmao over this*
mitsuhachi on March 17th, 2007 12:50 pm (UTC)
Oh, I meant to ask about amelia, since I sort of half-assed it in this one, (and I realise that you maybe haven't thought about this yet, so if I'm being a brat, plz to let me know): What are the conventions in Casmile surrounding children and dress? Also, is it safe to assume amelia has typical lower-class coloring- dusky skin and dark hair? Or should I fix that for when her card comes up?
The Black Kitten: Nobility - Sacrifice - Chocolate: writinglaylah on March 17th, 2007 04:31 pm (UTC)
ooh, good question! I hadn't even really thought about children's clothes yet.

Most children, I expect, would be wearing less ornate and less complicated clothing than adults -- they do tend to run about getting dirty all the time, don't they? But the styles are not terribly different, at the most basic level. ...Often I expect children's clothing is second-hand; this is before the era of disposable manufacturing, so often a child will outgrow its clothes before they are worn out, and then they can be passed on to a smaller child in the household (see also: the invisible boys who do the housework around the Bijou) or sold.

Amelia, yes, should have typical Casmilan coloring. ^^
Angie: Mrrfl? - me (choochoo bear of somethingprozac_pixie on March 17th, 2007 12:55 pm (UTC)
*sniff* I can't see them - my computer has something against veiwing pics on lj and my sister's borrowing my laptop... haven't seen the icons either :(

I'm going to give a preemptive two thumbs up of they-re probably-awesome-anyway ^_^;