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An etsy drawing I colored
(original is here: [link])
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Another commission squeezed out! Again, including in gallery because it's something I would have liked to draw someday : ) For Samantha.G, Thank you Samantha for a fun commission.
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A personal take on Rapunzel, with the idea that her hair was unusually long (though not climbable), merely inspiring the legend. It just feels really good to do a personal work once in a while.


(the original drawing is for sale here: [link]
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Just something I did for fun, I <3 Dolly Kei fashion, it's my new favorite fashion in the whole world and I intend to emulate it in my everyday life as much as I possibly can! :heart:

If you like Dolly Kei, join!--> :icondollykei:

I think I'll draw one of these for each of my favorite fashions!
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Beauty coloured, available as a print here: society6.com/JasminDarnell/Bea...
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some of you who watched my old account may remember this, but it was lineart before. It took me so much effort and I've since colored it so I thought it should have a place in my gallery. (Still not sure whether it's better colored! X])
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colored! man, using a mouse hurts! hopefully get a tablet for christmas!

*Edit: This was drawn with pencil, I colored it using a mouse X )
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Colored another etsy drawing, cos it's kinda relaxing.
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Distracting myself with some recreational drawing ~-~;

original sketch: [link]
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My contribution to *ShyCustis and ~CoeyKuhn's Ghostbook. ([link]

Once there was a beautiful servant named Okiku. She worked for the samurai Aoyama Tessan. Okiku often refused his amorous advances, so he tricked her into believing that she had carelessly lost one of the family's ten precious delft plates. Such a crime would normally result in her death. In a frenzy, she counted and recounted the nine plates many times. However, she could not find the tenth and went to Aoyama in guilty tears. The samurai offered to overlook the matter if she finally became his lover, but again she refused. Enraged, Aoyama threw her down a well to her death.

It is said that Okiku became a vengeful spirit (Onriyō) who tormented her murderer by counting to nine and then making a terrible shriek to represent the missing tenth plate – or perhaps she had tormented herself and was still trying to find the tenth plate but cried out in agony when she never could. In some versions of the story, this torment continued until an exorcist or neighbor shouted "ten" in a loud voice at the end of her count. Her ghost, finally relieved that someone had found the plate for her, haunted the samurai no more.
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