In December 24th, 1938, Rebecca Zeit goes to a ball in Schiaparelli gown bought in Italy by the man she secretly loves.

Elated by the color and the fit she she takes a turn and looks in the mirror esclaiming: “A Schiaparelli dress!” 

So this drawing is called - the Schiaparelli dress and this is Frau Zeit, from The Mark of Cain.

need refs/inspo for period clothing?

here you go:

lots of periods in one spot/fashion through centuries:

it indeed is western/european centric, I’m sorry for that, but for other cultures I simply don’t have so many references

ALSO note that most of the pictures show historical clothing from the upper classes or more festive clothing of the lower/working class because normal working clothes wouldn’t survive for such a long time, and the clothes were often re-used over and over again!


Genderswap Females by Maby-chan

Disney and Dreamworks’ male characters reinterpreted as females.

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My Hansel and Gretel Designs are finally complete! My idea was for them to be dressed as normal modern kids, then when they arrive at the witch’s cottage, she dresses them in candy covered outfits. Gretel’s dress is covered in sugary lemon drops with a macaroon trimmed skirt, a sucker hair clip, and skittle covered shoes. Hansel is wearing a peppermint broach, liquorish shoelaces, and a taffy wrapper bow-tie.

Candy Witch prints and apparel are available at

Wonder Woman redesign, just playing around with ideas. I would actually love to see Zoe Saldana play Wonder Woman, I think she’d make a fantastic Diana. 

Open for commissions, if you’d like to commission a sketch like this.


More self-indulgent art, this time featuring the Mage in fancy solarpunk costuming. All sorts of fun reference from here.

Also, no one asked, but when you see someone in the comic with those three lines on their forehead, it means they’re A’torian, aka practicioners of the religion that worships the three Creators of magic. The Mage is a sort of…lapsed A’torian.

~The More You Know~

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