Hi! Umm...these are extremely old drawings I dug up from my coffin. I fuggin hate them, no one can prove me otherwise! I just want to keep my account alive honestly. So here are my “better” artworks that are like a year old and I might post even MORE old artworks just to maintain this account and to show I’m an active fellow!
Edit: o-omg thank you sm for the reblogs and notes 🥺💖💖😝
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Neither silk, lace, nor orange flowers would she have. 'I don't want to look strange or fixed up, to-day,' she said: I don't want a fashionable wedding, but only those about me whom I love, and to them I wish to look and be my familiar self.'
So she made her wedding gown herself, sewing into it the tender hopes and innocent romances of a girlish heart.
So did Meg, the eldest of the Little Women of Louisa May Alcott and the first to marry. It was common for women, other than the wealthiest, to marry in a dress that they intended to wear (and possibly remake) as their best dress. Wardrobes were very small and museum curators have discovered that dresses of all kinds were remade to suit the fashion and the body of the owner. Even Jo, the girl who balks at many of society’s rules about women in the 1860s, knows how to sew well in this novel. I thought the floral crowns that all the sisters wore in the recent PBS version should set a new fashion as I hadn’t seen anything so pretty.
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Other creatures may posses the ability to change colour, but squid and their relatives are without equal when it comes to controlling their appearance. To control the colour of their skin, cephalopods use tiny organs in their skin called chromatophores. Each tiny chromatophore is basically a sac filled with pigment. Minute muscles tug on the sac, spreading it wide and exposing the coloured pigment to any light hitting the skin. When the muscles relax, the coloured areas shrink back into tiny spots. (Deep Look)
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