traumachu

yenquach:

Illustrations from my Mermaid project!

Hopefully the human designs look easily wearable….the idea of the look should theoretically be able to be pulled off with some things found on the high street/etc with the mermaid designs pulling elements from the human ones…

Underlying sketch some with colored pencils, dip pen and ink for the line work and watercolors and colored pencil for the rest. The last set of Sea Witch designs are of tentacles-and-stardust (Thank you for your submission- I pulled elements from both outfits you showed me to get this)

\ For more of this project //

* The comic: [Part 1] & [Part 2]

* My own Mermaid inspired outfit  [x]

* The project as a zine [x]
  -Bonus: Other pieces from the project [x]

I will be possibly making another post or zine of bits and pieces from my sketchbook- I’ve got so many background/concept/design pieces that hasn’t been shown anywhere yet…

losthitsu

Studying For Funsies - CARRIAGES

18thcenturylove:

Sooo like a true history peep, I take notes on random bits of historical history. This week, carriages! :D (forgive me if I made a mistake!)

BAROUCHE

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BERLINE

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CABRIOLET

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CALASH (also name for folding top on BAROUCHE, CHAISE and VICTORIA)

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CHAISE (CHAY, SHAY)

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CURRICLE (TYPE OF CHAISE)

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COUPE

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No roof for driver = COUPE DE-VILLE
Coupé de-ville with folding top = LANDAU
Coupé de-ville with folding top over passenger =LANDAULET

DILIGENCE

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HANSOM (BASED ON CABRIOLET, A TYPE OF “FLY”)

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- "Fly" = A cab (short for cabriolet) for hire, hansom replaced hackney
- A hackney of a more expensive or high class was called a REMISE

OMNIBUS

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PHAETON

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VICTORIA (PHAETON BUT CLASSIER)

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