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Posted: 9/2/2020 at 6:04 PM
ooh i love that
Posted: 9/2/2020 at 8:01 PM
Wither Rose Tiara (Head)
Wither Rose Shawl (Outfit)
Wither Rose Specters (Back)
Wither Rose's Summon (Held)
Wither Rose Thorns (Background)
Edited By Animaspectra on 9/2/2020 at 8:02 PM.
Posted: 9/2/2020 at 9:47 PM
'Sophisticated Sylestian's Attire' (yes, the quotation marks are intentional)
First off, I must give credit where credit is due. This glorious... abomination came about when I posted a picture of double monocles in Gen Chat, then Lostwords13, Krinadon, and myself had a lovely conversation about them which resulted in ideas for an avatar item design entry!
Avatar Outfit:'Sophisticated Sylestian's Attire'- So, for the outfit, the sophisticated Sylestian will be dawning the ever tasteful Suit t-shirt. The pants are a little fancier, complete with two pocket watches, one in each pocket. The shoes are my sad attempt at drawing wing tips! XD
Avatar Back ItemRegal Ryori- This was my own idea. Ryori are one of my favourite Sylesties, and this one happens to be putting on a monocle of it's own! Getting ready to match it's owner for a night on the town!
Avatar Held Item:Snooty Puffadore Companion- How can one be regal without the ever (sometimes)faithful Puffadore by one's side! Inspired by Lostwords13's suggestion to have a Snooty Puff as the avatar held item, our Puff comes complete with top hat and little bow tie. He/she can't seem to decide if it wants what their owner is offering, which happens to be caviar! XD
Avatar Head Item:Double Monocle/Top hat- This head item has the avatar donning a double monocle, and double top hat. The idea for the double top hat came from Krinadon, when he commented that if there is a double monocle, then why not a double top hat just like the Sylestia Snowman. For those of you that do not know, when making a Snowman in the Winter Festival, it requires two top hats!
This was all done in MS Paint, so that was fun to draw free hand with a mouse! XD I left the Ryori and Puff largely uncoloured as I did not want the images to become harder to see the lines I drew. I figured various colours and traits/mutations could be used on them.
I really look forward to seeing what everyone else does! :D
Posted: 9/2/2020 at 9:51 PM
Harvest Royalty Set Based on a fall-inspired dragon, as well as princesses and princes.
Full Harvest Royalty Set
Harvest Royalty Crown(Head)
Harvest Royalty Regalia(Outfit) Both genders share the same leaf collar.
Harvest Royalty Wings(Wings)/Tail(Back) There is no gender specific differences for the wings and tail
Posted: 9/3/2020 at 4:52 AM
"Moth to Flame" Set
My vision included a fire-themed held item, some sort of ornate torch and flames/ashes floating, though I'm not too great at drawing flames so I left that out for now.
Posted: 9/3/2020 at 11:14 AM
Halloween Jester's Outfit With the Halloween Jester, there's usually more tricks than treats!
Held:Halloween Jester's Wand of Mischief (The skull wand.)
Head:Halloween Jester's Cap (The hat.)
Back:Halloween Jester's Cape (The purple cape; the four black-and-orange points behind the head are the collar of the cape, not part of the outfit.)
Outfit:Halloween Jester's Costume (The outfit, including the ruff at the neck; the one that goes over the shoulders, NOT the one behind the head.)
Background: None. The gray is just so I could see what I was doing (black against black is kinda hard XD). I toyed with making a background, as you can see by the tree and the quickly-sketched leaves in the top left corner, but decided against it. I mean, MAYBE I could do some sort of haunted carnival background...I'll see what I can do for that, I'll edit it in later if I do it.)
Believe it or not, this actually started off as a vampire! I was thinking an outfit with bat wings...and this just developed (you can see the bat-wing idea slightly in the ruff and cape, as well as the rim of the hat). I'm pretty pleased with it! Looking at everyone else's amazing designs, I'm not expecting to win...I suppose you could say I did this just for laughs.
Edited By Voltairatheporg on 9/3/2020 at 11:22 AM.
Posted: 9/3/2020 at 11:20 AM
WOW!!! All of these ideas are amazing; I can't wait to see them in this year's Fall Festival!! GREAT job everyone!!
The Sweet Tooth
Posted: 9/3/2020 at 2:09 PM
Here is my submission
Colored for the sake of being able to see it better:
Has a general outfit, the back item is the cape, the wings are that sort of dragonfly style pixie wings, the head item is combo of wig and a sort of branch crown with the leaves sticking out <all the leaves are not the best leaves in the world, they are somewhat supposed to be like oak leaves?> and the held item is a little magic wood wand though I was trying to put some fancy 'wind' effects around it, I can't really make it look very convincing. Also the male avatar should probably have a leaf belt buckle to sort of mirror the female maybe?
Posted: 9/3/2020 at 3:45 PM
Held: Inari's Trail
Etheral outlines of foxes, jumping around.
Head: Inari's Mask
Traditional Japanese fox mask. It could use some embellishments such as bells, string, and tassles under the ears or on the sides, but my motivation appears to be failing me.
Back: Inari's tails
tails that can finally be seen, even if wings are large. :)
Outfit: Inari's Kimono
A kimono. Not much more to say about it. There's a little fox outline on the sleeve.
Background: Inari's Orbs
Felt like it needed some kind of movement to go with the rest of it. It doesn't exactly feel static with the foxes jumping around. I felt like giving them the illusion of circular movement to add some balance.
In regards to wings:
(I didn't add the wings, but I wanted to make an outfit design that would be able to accommodate wings and still be visible. I do, however, think that an asymetrical fire look could be cool. :))
Inari is the agriculture god/goddess in Japan. Depending on the myth, Inari appears male, female, or androgynous. The most widely accepted form is female, however.
In Japan, some places have a festival in her honor on the sixth day of the second month. Some places in Kyushu, however, celebrate her five days before the full moon in November, sometimes lasting a week or so.
She is a goddess of foxes, fertility, rice, tea/sake, agriculture and industry, and general prosperity and worldly success.
Considering the lenghty festival in her honor and the theme of agriculture, it seemed appropriate for the fall.
I'm half japanese, so naturally the idea originated from that area of my life. :)
Posted: 9/3/2020 at 3:48 PM
Edited By Carrotgirl2000 on 9/4/2020 at 3:48 PM.
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