So this happened while I was sick and without power this weekend… I’m actually doing an entire ‘Yzma is Best Princess’ series. There are many more in the works (Cinderella, Elza, Jane, Pocahontas, Esmeralda, etc..). Watercolors with the outline done digitally because when I tried to use actual marker it bled like crazy (I’m glad I scanned them before I tried that).
sometimes there are some real diamonds in the yzma tag
Kimono by Ityku Kuboty.
Ityku has been transformated to the perception of a kimono.
Kimonos are traditionally considered independent objects with their own unique pattern, but in a few Kubota kimono converted into a single product, so design a kimono is only a fragment of the total composition. As a result, several kimono form of an artistic or landscape.
Some of these have been involved in a kimono fashion shows.
His name is actually Itchiku Kubota. The textile technique he used to create these patterns is called tsujigahana. His work can be seen at the Itchiku Kubota Museum in Kawaguchi-ko in Japan.
My Elsa wig is HERE. And what a wonderful wig! All I had to do was shake it when I took it out of the box, and then french braid it! I bought it from my GO TO, WigSecret on Ebay (Paula, thank you as always for your wonderful service!!) I didn’t have to style with hairspray (which was wonderful for a change)!! I don’t have a wig cap/etc atm- so my hair’s just tucked up into it (if you see stray hairs, that’s why)… but WOW I feel like the Park’s Elsa. XD I’m really looking forward to working on my snowflake pins and shoes tonight!! : ) Also- I think I’m finally getting the hang of the makeup. It’s not very “in your face” because heavy makeup looks strange on me- but it still feels like “Elsa”, so… success?
How much was the wig?
About $60. It was pricey- but it’s so thick and was pretty much pre-styled! All I had to do was shake it and quickly braid it and then BAM tadah- Elsa!