CLAIR DE LUNE
1. moonlight. Literal translation: “light of the moon”.
2. a pale, greyish-blue glaze applied to various kinds of Chinese porcelain.
Etymology: French, clair (light) + de (of) + lune (moon).
1. a miniature representation of something, especially a unit, group, or place regarded as a copy of a larger one; a little world; a world in miniature; a miniature form that represents a larger reality.
2. Philosophy: a) a person regarded as epitomising the universe. b) human beings, humanity, society, or the like, viewed as an epitome or miniature of the world or universe.
3. anything that is regarded as a world in miniature.
Etymology: Middle English microcosme < Mediaeval Latin mīcrocosmus < Greek mīkròs kósmos - small world.
1. General: regeneration into a different form.
2. Zoology: the transformation of one part into another that sometimes occurs during regeneration of organs in certain animals.
Etymology: from Greek morphē (form, shape, structure) + allaxis (exchange), from allassein (to exchange), from allos (other).
…. Well I kinda want snow so I can do this lol
another clothing art theft story i can add to my list. the popular online clothing store Romwe has decided to steal my artwork without permission for a new sweater design. (it’s a re-coloring of my original artwork which can be seen here.) just so you know: i’m not making a penny off of this! please do NOT buy this item, and if you can/feel like it, spread the word about what jerks Romwe are :(
Guh … more online stores ripping off artists >.<
signal boost the heck out of this!
Is that Disney-based fanart? As in Jasmine, Aurora, and Snow White as mermainds with Ariel? If so, they could be opening themselves up to a lawsuit from the House of Mouse, not just ripping off an artist.
Have someone reported this? Cos this ain’t right yo.
Monica Gomes, on Tumblr
My 3.5 year old daughter wanted to be a princess for Halloween. OK! I said, then all common sense flew out the door and I proceeded with making her an entire, (mostly) historically accurate 18th century Robe a la Francaise, using nothing but thrifted bed sheets for the fabric.
If you’re interested in the nitty gritty details - I’ve made a blog post detailing the construction process
ETA: I’ve had a number of the same questions asked about this costume - so I whipped up a quick Q&A post that you can read on my blog.
I made a loud shrieking noise of sorts
I WANT ONE IN MY SIZE.
This is pretty amazing