First: Neko Atsume Wallpaper/Tumblr Theme background.
Second and third: Neko Atsume Iphone 6 and Iphone 6s lock screen/wallpaper.
Program: Adobe Photoshop 2015
I’ve been working on text so much I haven’t made a theme lately, also featuring matching iphone lock screens. If you have a specific dimension for your type of phone or have a request, please send me a message and I’ll be happy to take care of it!
Please feel free to use and reblog and follow if you do so. Happy 4th friends!
Hello beautiful people! Sympxls and I put our creative minds together to bring you something pretty awesome. Sympxls got you covered on the CAS side and I’m bringing you the Build/Buy related goods. We’ve used a combination of Urban Jungle themed patterns and our unique 23 color palette to bring you something fresh you can combine with your favorites for a great new look for your Sims and their homes.
We’re super excited to kick this collab off and we hope you find something you love.
Here’s what I’ve been pouring all my time and energy into lately!!!! So glad to be able to finally share it!
I’ve been designing these yokai themed patterns that will soon be turned into fabric and then into hats by the amazing Misallati Hat Club - an incredibly skilled and chill duo of brothers!!
I’ll post when the hats are available for sale! They’re all gonna be completely hand-made too! I am psyched as hell. I love yokai and Japanese mythology so much, so this project has been an absolute blast.
(PLEASE DO NOT REPOST OR USE THESE PATTERNS WITHOUT PERMISSION)
Japanese Cranes Nail Art
This look was inspired by this beautiful Japanese print… so lovely. ❤️ ❤️ ❤️
The beautiful crane image and two smaller ones can be found on Creative Shop plates 22 and 48. The clouds and mosaics print were picked off MoYou London Asia Collection plate 03. I also used two new China Glaze shades from the Street Regal Collection: Just A Little Embellishment (dark matte teal) and Accent Piece (a luminous golden orange). Hope you like it. Me? I just adore this crane. I bought the plate just for this image.
Have a great weekend!
Dolce & Gabbana is one of those designer brands that embrace the culture and heritage of their country of foundation- Italy. This is prominent in the runways, campaigns, and advertisements catapulted by the luxury house, although their clothing is galvanized with a cosmopolitan touch as well. This collection, however, is very identical to some of the designers’ previous Spring RTW collections, not only in the materials and fabrics used, but also the presentation, the colors, the silhouettes, the pattern arrangements, and the general theme of the patterns. A fashion house should definitely remain true to its authentic identity, but diversity and expansion is always a requirement, and this is what this collection lacks. There seems to be no innovation or advancement in this collection when compared to some of their other presentations, and this is flagrant in their overuse of floral patterns, edible items (the fruits, peas, pretzels), the structure of the jackets, lace dresses, and the Saint Mary print, most of which should not quite be classified as high-end from my personal perspective. The quality of the fabric and the craftsmanship is irrefutably exquisite, but the prints tarnish the overall appearance of the clothing. This collection appears to be even more tepid when compared to their collections from the early 2000s, and it is an indication that Dolce & Gabbana have prioritized appealing to the masses over sustaining their earlier visions.