As many of you have seen, I’ve started designing magical girl outfits for classic Hollywood actresses and performers. So far, I’ve finished the following:
As you can see, that’s only five people total. However, that’s where you all come in - this is an open project now, so everyone can draw any classic Hollywood actress or performer who hasn’t been drawn yet! You can also add to the list at any time.
The current list of people who haven’t had their outfits designed (minus the comediennes, who I’ll take care of as part of a silly short for Comedian Heaven that I’m working on):
Basically, I’ll take care of the strict comediennes, but everyone else here is fair design game! What I’m hoping to do is eventually combine our efforts into a book that we can all individually sell prints of at conventions and whatnot.
So, my fellow artists, are you interested in joining in? (Reblog, reply, message me, etc.!)
when an artist wants to show you their art
or a writer wants you to read what they’ve written
it’s quite often an expression of trust
because a poem or a story or a painting are often things that come from the heart
little pieces of the artists themselves
and if they’re willing to share it with you
you should appreciate it
last time I saw this I only liked it. now I am reblogging it.
I only let people who I really, really trust read Londinium. If I’ve let you read any part of it, you mean a TON to me.
Anyone else who wants to do one is welcome to, by the way!