here are almost all of the assets used by flowey, minus photoshop flowey, because that’s a whole other beast. some of these faces are actually used exclusively by photoshop flowey on the tv screen, but i decided to include them on his stem anyway.
flowey has six petals (normal golden flowers only have five)
flowey’s stem is normally bent a little
when he morphs his face, he can also make it much larger than his body
the outermost part of flowey’s face is a very pale yellow (#feffdf) while the very middle is an extremely pale blue (#fafefe)
flowey’s petals and the yellow stripes of asriel’s sweater are the exact same colours (#fff200)
flowey’s stem and the green of asriel’s sweater are the exact same colours (#9bfd71)
Edward Burne-Jones (British, 1833-1898), Dorigen de Bretaigne awaiting the return of her husband, 1897. Watercolour heightened with bodycolour and with scratching out, on paper laid on board, 33 x 28.2 cm.
Frank Cadogan Cowper was an English painter and illustrator of portraits, historical and literary scenes, and can reasonably be described as the last of the Pre-Raphaelites.
His career began after the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood had broken up, and the core artists had largely abandoned the style, but despite a style that was seen as deeply regressive at the time, Cowper was able to produce several works of great inspiration. His style is indebted to Millais and Rossetti, and indeed, his finest works can be compared to models by the previous two artists. Additionally, his portraiture can at times recall Waterhouse, as with his painting The Patient Griselda.
Henry JUTSUM (1816-69), British landscape painter in watercolour and, latterly, mainly in oils. Pupil of the Norwich School painter James Stark. Exhibited NWS, and RA from 1838. (1) Tintern Abbey, undated, oil on canvas (Newport Museum and Art Gallery). (2) Fetching Water, 1856, oil on canvas (private collection). (3) Blackberry Gathering, 1869, watercolour heightened with bodycolour (private collection). (4) Family resting by a path, undated, oil on canvas (private collection). (5) Gypsy Encampment, undated, oil on canvas (Cartwright Hall Art Gallery, Bradford). A favourite subject among nineteenth century artists. (6) The River Kidd, near Knaresborough [Yorkshire, UK], 1845, oil on canvas (private collection). (7) Arran, 1853, oil on canvas (Bradford Museums and Art Galleries). (8) Cottage on Arran, 1850s, watercolour heightened with bodycolour (private collection). (9) The NewForest [Hampshire, UK], 1847, oil on canvas (Perth and Kinross Council). (10). In Olden Time, undated, oil on canvas (private collection).