After a year had passed the king took to himself another wife. She was a beautiful woman, but proud and haughty, and she could not bear that anyone else chould surpass her in beauty. She had a wonderful looking-glass, and when she stood in front of it and looked at herself in it, and said,
- “Looking-glass, looking-glass, on the wall,
- Who in this land is the fairest of all?”
The looking-glass answered,
- “Thou, o queen, art the fairest of all.”
Then she was satisfied, for she knew that the looking-glass spoke the truth.
[You can read the original story here which is where I found it online: https://germanstories.vcu.edu/grimm/schneeeng.html ]
This is my first attempt at an wasteland type of environment. It’s a bit out of my element, but I tried to have fun with it. I was trying to go with a Princess of a little oasis out in the middle of a desert outside of the town was market stall where she goes to tend to her flowers. Off in the distances she sees something coming and she holds her hand up to shield her eyes to see what’s coming.
I truly was inspired by Poet’s Heart and Velvet Whip’s item from The Fantasy Gacha Carnival when I saw them I was just like YES! This theme to me was so amazing to be part of as a blogger, because the creative juices just doesn’t stop coming. Like not piece of item I look at it’s like what can’t I do with this. The inspiration with these pieces are so brilliant.
If you hadn’t heard Fantasy Gacha Carnival is open today earlier this day and I have the privileged of being a blogger this round! Perfect round for me because the theme is right up my alley! It starts today and ends till Dec 7th so you have plenty of time to oogle and awe over some of the designers that are in it. I mean you have: Dahlia, Stargazer Creations, Curemore, Aii, OLQINU, Ambix and Static! So the lineup is amazing just from saying those names alone so please come on down to Fantasy Gacha Carnival and play till you can’t anymore.
I am a little late on my pre-post for The Coven this round. The idea I had in mind was a modern day sort of witch being burned. I wanted to do a burned at the stake type of deal, but the pose set I looked at I didn’t like. It was a great one but the poses that were in them I couldn’t do a scene with them with what I had in mind.
This was a really fun photo yet again for me! With the help of a friend and so forth on helping me edit and stuff. I thank you for the tidbits. Please be sure to check and visit The Coven.