Hey, I was wondering, a couple of friends and i are making OCs based off Cakes?. it's set in like..A modern kingdom. the Princess is Red Cream *Based off Red Velvet Cake*. The Cliche of The princess who doesnt want to be a princess.. A butler *No name and is based off Cheese Cake* And the Jester. *No name again and based off Angel Cake* and we were wondering if you wanted to join in with us?
Idk if I’d have time to join in with anything proper, but a cake kingdom sounds fun!
The good knight Sir Battenburg, stepping up to the plate!
Something I noted about the S2 Matsu announcement picture (that I may or may not be looking too deeply into) is that the boys aren’t wearing their standard hoodies.
…Okay so Ichi probably is, but the others’ outfits have caught my eye. Oso and Kara are wearing hoodies, but they’re not the hoodies. Meanwhile, Choro and Totty have completely new looks. And Jyushi isn’t wearing anything lol but seeing the stuff Choro’s holding up for him, none of them are Jyushi’s regular hoodie either.
In fact, none of their regular hoodies can be seen in the announcement picture (again, with maybe the exception of Ichi). There are various clothes on the racks behind them, but none of them look like the regular Matsu hoodie.
I may be completely wrong and might be looking too deeply into it, so don’t quote me on this, but… Maybe the boys’ default outfits in S2 won’t be their hoodies anymore? Maybe we’re looking at (for some at them, at least) their new default outfits?
I mean, we’ve had photos of the boys changing into different outfits outside of their default hoodies before, and we have so many alternate outfits for them already from official apps, merch, etc. So it probably isn’t anything new… But at the same time, that they’re doing this for the official S2 announcement has got me wondering if it means anything.
Tbh in my opinion, I really like the idea of their default outfits not being their hoodies again - and I also really like the idea of the boys’ default outfits being different from each other! It breaks the monotony of the almost-six same hoodies haha. Also in a way, it could symbolize the boys slowly finding their own identities completely separate from being identical sextuplets - Oso included - and that they’re slowly but surely growing up…?
…But of course, again, I could be wrong and the new outfits here might just be for promotional purposes :P (That or they actually will be new casual outfits for the boys in S2, just not their default ones.) It’s still a nice thought, though.
For my warrior pal, @embers-the-elf: “my name is elf and when i amble felling whispe and thorne and bramble feigning red and bearing green ember trinkets for a queen kingdoms naught of gold things sov'ren balconeys and pillars wov'n green things win my sanity my throne is here among the trees”
So, as you can see, next to every picture of the chibi, there are crayons, pencils, markers and a high lighter.
-The first picture shows the marker that I do the line art with. It’s thin around 0.4.
-The second picture shows a pencil that I do the skin with, and a crayon (light pink) that I do the shadow with.
-The third picture shows the two markers that i used to color the hair.
-The Fourth picture shows the marker and the two crayons that I used to do the upper clothing.
-The fifth picture shows the crayons, marker and pencil that I continued coloring the clothing with. I used the pencil for the blouse, the marker for the shadow of the skirt and the crayons for the bows.
-The sixth picture shows the pencils and the crayon that I used for the coloring.
-The seventh picture shows the high lighter that I use for highlighting.
And the final picture shows the final thing. :>
For the anon who asked about the things I color with, there ya go, and also, if someone else was curious, then there ya go. :D
This design for two-story rowhouses has a vestibule with washroom, garage, central hall and dining space, living room, and kitchen on the ground floor. Upstairs are four bedrooms, one with a balcony, and a bathroom.
Eigenheime Selbst Gebaut by Günther Uhlemann, 1985. (Berlin, GDR)—from my library
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