Reading the marvelous askspnbbverse, it occurs to me that if people with wings was an actual thing, we would come up with some proper fashion for them. I canít see a nice three-piece-suit working this way, with the buttons in back, but itís plenty cute for baby clothes. Probably still wouldnít be any easier to get Gabe and Balthazar into their clothes, but at least it would fit.
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You know, I thought about this wing-clothes-problem quite often Am currently doing an angel painting like those old oil paintings at school - clothing them is the first actual problem that came up ^^ Just did it like the old artists in the end - paint pompous clothes, capes and all, and pretend the wings just mysterically come out of them
This is just incredibly cute, though, I agree.
So adorable! BABY CAS sjafdioafsjfiosdfskfdoska
This is Indy. Greetings from Canada!! I hope this finds you and yours well.
I find that I have re-fave this due to lack of access to my old account. I hope I don't have to do this again for the next long while.
Keep up the good work, kiddo!!
Believing in Sherlock Holmes always,
If I'm allowed to, I'll definitely show you the finished product!
Also, maybe you could do a suit with zips? Invisible zips probably. However, they would need someone to do it up for them!
But Baby Cass is just too cute! I want him And Dean is lovely
Great sketc hby the way
This is so cute and wonderful!
i always have trouble finding something that fit me !
The buttoning wing holes are an interesting concept. I thought that if winged people were to wear tops, they'd have to be have some sort of halter top type collar with a large hole in the back where the wings are. Of course, that would leave that part of their backs exposed to the elements and probably colder.
Anyway, nicely done!
As a costume designer this is something I have often considered, especially having had to work with winged characters in the past. Thankfully they were all dressed in Greecian robes, so it was very easy to put on and also hide the harnesses.
But when it comes to jackets and modern clothing I suppose the seams on the back could have zips in them coming from the bottom up to wing holes.