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Starlight In New York

Starlight In New York-Vintage Color

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Starlight In New York-Vintage Color
This is based on a 1946 illustration from a magazine named Woman's Journal. To see the art in progress go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByRkbEtoojc&t=40s

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Published: 6 months ago
Rating: General

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AtlasStormwynd
6 months ago
aristocratic fashion like this is always a treat to see
FoxyFlapper
6 months ago
Thank you very much!
SmoothJazzWolf
6 months ago
That green dress! <3
FoxyFlapper
6 months ago
Hee hee thanks!
CyberCornEntropic
6 months ago
The clothes make a difference.  They're pretty, much more so than the vast majority of nudes out there.  The males are dapper, too, although I think it a touch unfair that womenfolk get the better looking clothes while we menfolk are stuck wearing starched shirts in penguin suits. :p
FoxyFlapper
6 months ago
Thank you! Yes, I think the ladies had better fashion designers-although the men of that era looked smart too!
SmoothJazzWolf
6 months ago
When you think of it, men's formal fashion hasn't changed much in over 200 years.
FoxyFlapper
6 months ago
Very true!
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