22, pink hair, cosplayer, costume designer, lolita fashion enthusiast. Co-runs a cat blog over at ironicallyahipster. sewmybraintogether for all sorts of bipolar mood fun.
Cis, 'she' pronouns
Unless you are gluten intolerant:
Now go eat some fucking bread.
I have tested this on several computers running Windows 7. I have not tested this on any other OS.
Extract folder. Put it on your root c drive “C:\ZGI_CD”
In the folder is zgiwin.exe. Put a shortcut to that wherever (games folder, desktop)
Message me if you need help
Message me if you get this to run on another OS
Message me if you find a more convenient way to install it
Message me if you’re bored. I’m bored too.
Look at how long her horns have gotten.
The little dents in them had just formed when we got her. She was pregnant and poorly fed, and was living in a 10x10 with at least 12 other mothers and their kids.
Does anyone out there know how to read goat horns and tell me what you can see about her life? Are the ridges in them a bad thing? Or the bend you can see in the left picture?
I got an ask on another blog and I’m answering it here for relevance reasons. I’m picking bits of this fanmail and answering them out of order.
This is going to be about:
I linked before to the Lolita Handbook, but I’m going to link again. It can help answer a whole lot of questions.
But I’m just going to tackle these things one on one, with oversimplified answers. These rules may vary from person to person, but it’s what I’ve found works. (Once you get familiar with the fashion, start breaking these rules and making your own, within reason).
This question went to my other blog, 20dollarlolita, but I’m going to answer it over here.
As a costume designer, I thing that adapting a certain type of clothing into a new style is really fun and definitely a possible thing to do. Here’s my suggestions
The number one suggestion:
TIme for the readmore!
Where I live there’s a lot of flies and quite a flew fly-born diseases, so fly masks aren’t optional.
My horse lives in pasture all the time and wears her mask almost all day.
She also likes to rub against trees until holes are all over it. Fly masks aren’t the most expensive horse accessory out there, but Rosie’s got an extra large head (and extra large fly masks are like $20 more expensive at my local feed store), so it’s not like I can buy a new one every time she damages one.
(For you non-horse people on my blog, fly masks are the things you sometimes see on horses that look like blindfolds. They keep the flies off and the horses can see through them just fine)
Holes in a fly mask need to go. Flies go in through them and don’t come out. The only thing worse than flies on your eyes are flies on your eyes that you can’t shake off. Doesn’t that just sound awful?
Thankfully, as a trained costume technician, I know how to fix fly mask holes. And I’m going to teach you, Tumblr!
This is Rosie. Note the extra-large head.
The tutorial instructions are under the readmore