Ever since I remade a Draculaura doll in Decora style, I’d been wanting to revisit the world of Japanese fashion. Shironuri style is incredibly inspiring. A little bit Victorian, a little bit ghostly and dreamlike… Ideally Ghoulia’s face would’ve become pure white for this style, but I liked how she looked in gray enough. I’ll be revisiting this style with white faced dolls, for sure. :)
The dress was made by my friend TheQueenofKawaii - etsy.com/shop/tqokstudio - I made Hanako’s sweater and accessories, and repainted her incredibly detailed shoes. All the lace and trims used on her are very old; they came from my sister’s boyfriend’s mother, who said they belonged to her mom! Her best estimate of their origin was around the 1940′s, or perhaps even earlier. I love old things. :)
I’m in love with Hanako, and can’t wait for her to find the perfect new home! :D
The Loch Fyne Monster is not as well known as some of its neighbors. The beast has been seen as far back as the 1500s and some stories say that it is capeable of climbing onto the land. It is typically described as being 25 to 30 feet in length with a neck that its at least 2 feet in length. The most unique feature of the Loch Fyne Monster is its white colored face.