Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Princess Dress Up

Sorry for the long absence, but I just discovered Second Life, and have been spending most of my time on there. In other news, Rinmaru Games has a great new Princess Dress Up game full of all kinds of nice customization and clothing choices. Here are a few of my own creations:

Monday, July 18, 2011

Pirate Girl Dress Up

I absolutely love this Pirate Girl dress up! You can create a full range of outfits, from traditional swashbuckling attire to new, fashionable creations. This game is great, not to mention it's one of the few female pirate fashion games that I have seen. My only complaints are that there could be a bit more accessories, or at least a wider variety that aren't so pirate themed, and it would be nice if the corsets and shirts allowed for more cleavage ( me and my cleavage obsession at it again, but then again who ever heard of an innocent, modest girl pirate). Here are a few of the outfits that I've made so far.

This one is meant to be a cutesy pirate princess, living in the lap of high seas luxury with all her jewelry. She's probably the daughter of the captain, which would explain her privileged status and dress. For this outfit, it would have been nice to have some frilly bows or hats to finish it up. These other two are supposed to be lady pirate captains. For the first one, I was going for an elegant-but-knows-how-to-run-a-ship-and-battle-with-the-boys-but-still-look-good sort of style, especially with the curly up-do and elegant corset and boots. The last one is a wild, reckless, riches-grabbing, love 'em and leave 'em type of girl. She's a bit more promiscuous than the others, as can be seen by her red corset and low-cut shirt, but then I guess that's just all part of the pirate's life.

Saturday, July 16, 2011

Yukata Maker

This is, by far, one of the best kimono dress up games that I have found so far. The character customization is great, and the options for creating a kimono are practically endless. This game is similar to one that is on Azeala's  Dolls site, and created by the same artist as the Hime dress up game, which is also about making a kimono. I like the hairstyles in that one better, but I like that the character can be customized in this one, and also the design options of the kimonos. This one is the latest one I've made so far, I'll post more as I make them. I like the off-the-shoulder style of kimono for a sexy, seductive look.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Punk Lolita Dress Up and Real Life Lolita Dresses

Here is another great game from the talented folks over at RinmaruGames. This one is a Punk Lolita dress up game. I absolutely love this one, much more so than any Gothic Lolita dress up. As usual, this game features wonderful character customization options, in addition to a variety of clothes and cute accessories. I really wish I could dress like this, but, not only do I have no idea where to buy this style of clothing where I live, but my mom would definitely kill me for wearing something like this.

Also, I found this site that sales discount Lolita dresses and accessories. I don't know how legit it is, but if you want a super kawaii dress and you have money to burn, you should get one. I'd love to buy one, but I'll have to wait until I get a steady job so I can move out of my mom's apartment, since she won't like me wearing Lolita dresses either. I really do hate that there isn't a large market for styles like this in America, since this means that you have to rely on sites that usually only have sizes that are significantly smaller than most American clothes sizes.

Friday, July 8, 2011

Manga Vol. 2

This is Part 2 of the manga storyline I created. In this part, Chad begins to become quite friendly with Nicole after they are assigned as partners for a project in their literature class. Of course Nicole had always noticed what a cutey-pie Chad was, but now they both realize that they have a lot in common. On top of this, Nicole and Ren's somewhat tenuous relationship falls apart once she realizes that he has no intentions of having a real, lasting relationship with her, although he has asked her out to the school dance. As they get to know each other, Chad asks Nicole out to the dance, and now she is faced with two choices: go with Chad and forget all about Ren, or go with Ren in an effort to hold on to the bad boy fantasy and try to patch things up with him.

She decides to go with Chad only as a friend, not as a date. For most of the dance they go their separate ways and hang out with their own friends, leaving Nicole to think that she was just being lead on again. But towards the end of the night, Chad asks her to dance with him, signaling, for both of them, the beginning of their relationship as more than just friends.

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

It was spring and there was new life and bright colors all around; bright greens, yellows, pinks, oranges. The flowers were creating a rainbow ballroom of there own in the garden, so why not have a ballroom full of pretty young girls with the fresh glow of spring on their cheeks. This is exactly what Lord Arlington thought of as he sent off the invitations to his ball. But this ball was not so much for his benefit, although some of the girls that frequented his balls were quite pretty, as for his young son...

As this ball was to take place in the highlands, it would be disastrous to wear anything too fancy, what with the muddy roads, the dirt paths, and simply the length of the journey to and from Lord Arlington's castle. She decided to dress simply for the journey, naturally, but also for the ball. She chose a dark green dress made of crushed velvet with gathers at the bottom which made an slight swish that followed the suggestive, sultry swing of her hips as she walked. The top of the dress was made of the same material, with the sleeves ending just above her elbow with gathers similar to the bottom of the dress, which rustled ever so slightly with the lightest movement of her soft, supple arms. The neckline, which was low enough to show a brief preview of her chest and cleavage without giving away the whole view and rested almost precariously on her shoulders, was trimmed with light green ruffles. To match this trim there was a small, silk rose attached to the front of her dress, and a silk belt with a gold buckle around her waist, both of the same color as the trim at her neckline. The last addition to her outfit was a small, dark green hat decorated with white feathers and green flowers, to which were attached several strings of pearls that created a lattice work on her thick, soft curls. On her neck she chose to wear a pearl necklace with an emerald attached, along with emerald, teardrop shaped earrings. Yes, she knew that the best way to impress was through simple elegance, not mere flamboyance.