||Just got a call from the broker that I’ll get the flat and the signing of the papers is at the end of the week~
(if you mischaracterize spirit I will rip my arm off and beat you with it )
||This reminds me of the bugged pimphand you can get from the corpses in The Forest
Confession: “While I was thinking about the manga, I noticed that Justin and Crona are kind of similar. They were both brainwashed in a way, Crona by his mother and Justin by the clown. They both had a gentle and innocent personality but then under the influence of madness they were completely different and started losing their original personality. They were both lonely (for Justin Tezca stated that he always fought alone and always hung back from others in class) and they both ended up betraying Shibusen unwillingly. The last thing I could come up with was that there was someone who cared about them and tried to bring them back, Maka tried to help Crona and Tezca tried to help Justin. I just thought it was interesting how similar events happened to them.”
||And yet one was thrown in the plottrashbin and the other given a heroic sacrifice end. See that is exactly why I’m bitter about Justins’ ending.
ALSO THANK YOU FOR REMEMBERING TEZCA AND NOT GOING LIKE ‘JUSTIN HAD NO ONE’! uwu!
||OH MY GOD GUYS STOP APOLOGIZING I ONLY WONDERED
I WON’T STRANGLE YOU I WAS REALLY JUST SURPRISED BECAUSE I NORMALLY ALWAYS OWE AT LEAST ONE OR TWO PEOPLE
I DID NOT MEAN TO INTIMIDATE OR OFFEND ANYONE CHEEZUS
This is how I made Crona’s cuffs
When I was doing research I read many tutorials with a variety of approaches. I did kind of a hybrid that seemed to work well for me and it wasn’t too difficult.
- First I measured how large I wanted to be.
- I cut two identical rectangles out of card stock
- I got white fabric from Jo-Ann’s. I got about 1/2 yard and had some left over
- I measured the fabric so it fit snug around the cardboard like a book cover or a pillow case.
- I laid out the fabric flat and drew four lines in pencil. They need to line up when folded so there are two lines on each side.
- There are a few different ways to make the lines darker. I decided to hand sew over them with embroidery floss. It looks good but it does take work so a sharpie could be used as a shortcut.
- I used my sewing machine to sew up three sides. They should be inside out so the seams are on the inside.
- I turned the sleeves right side out and inserted the card stock slips.
- I sealed the last opening.
- I decided which side would be the “front” of each and sewed on the black buttons.
- I’m using velcro to hold the cuffs shut
- Now all I have to do is attach them to the sleeves of my dress
The reason I chose this approach is because the card stock provides the appropriate stiffness while the cover gives it a nice aesthetic. Now I’ve never done a post like this in my life so let me know what you think. Was this helpful? Would you like to see more of this stuff? How could I possibly improve?
Excalibur sticker. Any stickers I have leftover after Matsuricon will be sold on my storenvy.