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1  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Discussion and Questions / How does zaftig look good without looking fufu? on: May 12, 2010 12:49:53 PM
I hate cute and fufu. At least on me. There are people who look great in it and love it. (You're good people and I like you just fine.)  I'm sorry, but this is not their thread.

I am a round apple and I want to look good without baby doll t-shirts, looking like a pink doily, or glittering like a daycare broke into the glitterglue.

I love my jeans, t-shirts, and tank tops. I feel like there is no fashion market for a married woman who doesn't want to be girly. Though, by all means, any gender/relational status who isn't into looking girly is welcome to discuss how we can look good.

So I have to go to the occasional wedding and bussinessy thing. What do I wear without resorting to the hated nylons? (I refuse to wear them. EVER.)

And yes, I am also looking for ways to work in cool things like dragons, skulls, tiki heads, flames, and absinthe fairies.
2  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Discussion and Questions / Recently acquired artzy stuff.... on: April 07, 2010 01:15:38 PM
A friend of mine moved out of state and left behind a few items. If anyone can point me towards some tutorials or sites that will show me what to do with these items, I would be grateful.

For some background, I paint gaming (like for D&D or Warhammer) miniatures, but I haven't painted pictures or anything. Its kind of like coloring a 3D object, more than like painting a picture. I would like to expand my abilities though. I have painted walls, and a sunrise mural. The pirate ships I did kinda sucked.

I got:
arcrylic artists ink in black and white
sculpty? It has directions for baking it. (and scuplting tools)
a few colors of grumbacher artists watercolor (a tube with a glossy paste/gel in it)
a few bottles of arcrylic paint, which I could possibly use to paint minis, though there is a lot more of it than what I'm used to working with and I don't think its the same consistency

I'm kind of clueless about where to start with this stuff, but I would like to try something new.
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