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Satira Capriccio Sneak Peeks

Satira Capriccio

Contributing Artist
From the toppish back

Currently all the "scales/petals" are the same material zone, but if I make the bottom 5 around the center ornament a different zone, they could be tinted a light green.

I also have pokethrough on the back scales when the crown is subdivided. Oopsie.



Dances with Bees
HW Honey Bear
um.... the bottom 'brim' of the crown makes it look more like a hat to me... just IMHO... you know, of course I'll be buying anything you make! :)

love the 'sandals' !!

Satira Capriccio

Contributing Artist
Thanks Lyne!

It was really difficult trying to figure out what to call the thing. I looked at a LOT of pictures of ancient greek sculptures and caryatids and was intrigued by the whosit that some were shown wearing. Which turns out to be a stephane ... which is a metal arc like a fancy headband that is higher in the center than along the sides. Artimis/Diana is frequently shown as wearing one.


I even thought about doing a hairstyle similar to these, but I'd be putting together all those little strips of "hair" for the next two years.

I finally decided what the heck ... I wasn't going for exact replicas of ancient greek clothing for my Boeotian muse, soo ... let's just play. And, the more I played, the more it took shape. I'd seen a scaled headdress and really liked the look, so I created a "scale", then struggled to figure out how to incorporate it. The little valley between two of the "brims" was perfect for nestling a bunch of them. So, voila!

Miss B

Drawing Life 1 Pixel at a Time
Ohhhh, I'm liking this. I look forward to seeing what else you come up with for this set. :)