Now, here is something a bit bizarre
but many may consider it 'contrastive art', so to
In any case, it's fun, and anything that provides an opportunity to view Sweet(!?)
From Abby Rhodes:
Bob G. points to this interesting Lolita clothing site
Here's a sample
Rhino sends these of Sweet Lolita Madoka
Pictures # 2 & 3 are with HomuraMadoka's "Outer skirt" tutorial:
a wonderful video
from a "Meet-Up" as they call it, a Lolita convention
and fashion show.
A cute Sweet Lolita
Do you think think her head is pasted on? By a dreamer?
Sent by Kristi
Kristi responds: "Good
question, the neck ruff is definitely
different saturation, but it may just be the
material. If this is a guy, I can see the
neck ruff as a Adam’s
apple camouflage. (I think she’s genetically female, bless her heart)
pastel fabric is definitely lighter, but one or two places the
fabric is doubled, and deeper color saturation shows. Head
size looks a tiny bit large, but that’s
because the camera is at head level, the rest of the body is trigonometrically farther away from the lens, thus smaller. Similar highlight pixilation at high
magnification on the head and the dress. And finally, same angle of shadow on her right shoulder pouf as on her upper left ear; the ear shadow is accordingly smaller,
barely a pixel wide, but in the right angle.
think you’ve invented a new category of people we can make fun of-
especially if we see them live - ‘paste heads’: people whose heads
do not match the rest of
them. Congrats! You’ve invented a meme!"
in Amsterdam and a look into their world. The dress
on the fashion designer near the end is
ED: This is a must-see for Lolita
fans and those who wish to know much more about these lovely
There is also a fascinating 'women' subculture we didn't know about (last third).
Furthermore, one learns the interesting and surprising differences between the Japanese Lolita culture and that of Europe (There is a BIG contrast !).
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