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Topic: CLAMP in EmbroideryLand Chapter 2  (Read 641 times)
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« on: September 20, 2011 03:08:24 PM »

Here's Mokona!!!


I would have posted this way back in August, but I sliced both of my thumbs really bad while cutting up watermelon. I couldn't embroider at all-- too painful! TT.TT
I finished W!Mokona first, and then I had the thought that I could color her ears with crayon.
Bad idea. I had to start all over...
(I did not design these pictures. They belong solely to CLAMP.)

Here's the White Mokona, also known as Soel. She is holding a sun, not a flower...


Mokona made her first appearance in Magic Knight Rayearth. She is also a main character in Tsubasa, whisking away her companions to other dimensions.

Now for the Black Mokona, also known as Larg.


Mokona makes his first appearance in xxxHOLiC. His job is to keep communication with the White Mokona. You might see the Mokonas in both HOLiC and Tsubasa, since they are sister series. You might be wondering-- "why do you call them both Mokona?! How can you tell if it is a girl or a boy?" We'll... there's really no explanation for it. Mokona is Mokona. They are both the same, but not the same...
Mokona doesn't have a gender, but W!Mokona tends to dress on the girlish side, while B!Mokona tends to have a boyish behavior.

Both Mokonas serve as a kind of mascot for CLAMP. If you pay close attention, you might find them in artwork not related to HOLiC or Tsubasa. Take this, for example--
http://gallery.minitokyo.net/view/475236
Summer Wars- CLAMP Style!!! Did you find the Mokonas?

Coming Up: CLAMP in EmbroideryLand Chapter 3
What'll it be?! Hint: This main character was once a mascot for Tsubaki Nekoi.

Thanks for looking!
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« Reply #1 on: September 20, 2011 03:37:12 PM »

I really like these! I especially their oppositeness (that's a word, right?), black/white fabric, black/white thread. Sorry to hear about your watermelon-related injury. (And I'm trying to figure out how you sliced both of your thumbs. Ouch.) Have fun getting back into your embroidery!
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« Reply #2 on: September 20, 2011 03:47:45 PM »

Haha... It was a brand new chef's knife. The watermelon was difficult to cut. I cut my right thumb first... It wasn't too bad. But then I couldn't seem to learn from my mistake and proceeded to cut the other thumb. I thought I was going to have to get stitches (no, not embroidery stitches). Thankfully, though, I didn't.
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