Public Design Wishlist Thread

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  • AnitaAnita Member Posts: 772 Transcendent
    Aeldra said:
    So, additions two:

    - gift boxes because most of these are not really neutral and still fancy
    - simple kegs that still have some appeal
    - armoires/wardrobes

    I suppose it's really 'all things artisan' because all of these lists make me really sad. I may go and get an artisan cartel once I got the coin for it to help out with the effort.
    I don't know if it's good or not, but I submitted a public design for a giftbox on the half-painted koi in the Lady @Maylea's realm!
  • OrventaOrventa Member Posts: 584 Mythical
    More recipes for 'Dish'es. There are seriously only 5, and they're all pork, and in all 10+ years there haven't been any more?!


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  • OrdassaOrdassa Member Posts: 336 Master
    stylish sexy robes for men with wings
  • DaraiusDaraius Shevat The juror's taco spotMember Posts: 4,321 Transcendent
    Orventa said:
    More recipes for 'Dish'es. There are seriously only 5, and they're all pork, and in all 10+ years there haven't been any more?!
    Try a design drive like I did for Skyscribes! I've still got four years' worth of private notepad submission.
  • RancouraRancoura the Last Nightwreathed Queen CanadaMember Posts: 1,372 Transcendent
    Ordassa said:
    stylish sexy robes for men with wings
    Colour preference?
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  • OrdassaOrdassa Member Posts: 336 Master
    edited March 2017
    Rancoura said:
    Ordassa said:
    stylish sexy robes for men with wings
    Colour preference?
    neutral. greys - blacks with undertones of other colors, but otherwise rainbow.
  • OrdassaOrdassa Member Posts: 336 Master
    Rancoura said:
    @Ordassa Submitted!

    Appearance:
    handsome, slate-grey robes for a bewinged gentleman
    Dropped:
    Strictly folded to avoid unnecessary creasing, a refined set of robes rests 
    neatly to the side here.
    Examined:
    Sewn to enhance the male form, a rich, slate-grey cloth has been chosen
    for these robes, sewn in a double layer to provide an extra degree of
    warmth for the wearer. The material is incredibly light, the inclusion
    of a minimal number of seams allowing the garment to envelop the form
    closely, the nature of aerodynamics clearly in mind during its
    tailorship. The back of the robes dips low, avoiding any obstruction to
    wings, and can be laced to the preferred tautness with a simple,
    criss-crossing arrangement of thin cords through silver eyelets.
    Embroidered about the hems of the garb is a simple, geometric pattern
    stitched in argent thread, the same pattern encircling the cuffs about
    the wrists, the rounded neckline and along the slightly flared
    shoulders. Overall, the robes cut a flattering figure, pressed close to
    the chest, shoulders and waist, flaring only subtly at the hips so as
    not to restrict movement in both flight and more ground-based means of
    travel.


    Upon putting forth the effort, I realized that I don't really know how to make sexy man-clothes. But... enjoy, maybe?


    Edit: might do more tomorrow/later this week if I have time.
    <3 !
  • MoiMoi Member Posts: 1,163 Transcendent
    Make some halberd froges.
  • SelenitySelenity My first MC to stay in Serenwilde Member Posts: 1,424 Transcendent
    Not a request, but there should be a banjo (read: mandolin) in the public design list eventually. Shoutout to Sondayga for the inspiration and Aramel for submitting it.
  • ArienArien Member Posts: 234 Expert
    I still wish we had a fan pattern.
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  • FalaeronFalaeron Jolteon Member Posts: 1,663 Transcendent
    Arien said:
    I still wish we had a fan pattern.
    Soooooon.
  • MaligornMaligorn Windborne Member Posts: 2,765 Transcendent
    Blue jade is love. Blue jade is life.

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  • VivetVivet , of Cows and Crystals Member Posts: 2,223 Transcendent
    Black jade is a good sub for onyx and white jade can approximate ivory very closely. Other things to consider!
  • LuceLuce Fox Populi Member Posts: 2,425 Transcendent
    But I've had designs rejected before for using gemstones outside their typical shade, so ymmv
  • SylandraSylandra Friend of Dog Member Posts: 4,355 Transcendent
    Luce said:
    But I've had designs rejected before for using gemstones outside their typical shade, so ymmv
    It depends on what you mean by "typical." Like beryl isn't always golden or yellow. Sapphires can be colors that aren't blue. I've done white coral before in a design.

    If you're using colors that are not inherent to any version of the gemstone, I could see asking for tints, though.
    Fyler said:
    Sylandra has a very signature (and somewhat twisted) sense of humor
  • LuceLuce Fox Populi Member Posts: 2,425 Transcendent
    Like, I had a design reject yellow turquoise and ask me to use beryl, even after appealing to Charites.
  • VivetVivet , of Cows and Crystals Member Posts: 2,223 Transcendent
    I've successfully used white and black jade both, so idk, gems can be weird territory at times.
  • SylandraSylandra Friend of Dog Member Posts: 4,355 Transcendent
    Orventa said:
    Challenge: gender neutral suits, no mention of masculine or feminine, or masculine tailored for feminine, just a good looking set of suits in fancy fabrics. My changeling 'alts' aren't necessarily of the buxom, voluptuous hipped kind, nor linebacker dorito shoulders kind.

    @Sylandra
    @Irillia

    Late, but here you go:

    26144   Public        a glistening white pearl-beaded suit
    26147   Public        a suave indigo-blue suit with pearl buttons
    26159   Public        a dashing navy suit with sweeping coattails
    Fyler said:
    Sylandra has a very signature (and somewhat twisted) sense of humor
  • KerithKerith Member Posts: 267 Gifted
    edited August 2017
    This is my new favourite thread. :heart:

    Also, I love that so many of you have requested something I'd been leaning toward doing anyway. Will definitely go in that direction now. ^-^
  • JolantheJolanthe Member Posts: 32 Apprentice
    Rise again, O thread so dead
    We're not done, off your deathbed
    And be among new posts instead

    I have plenty of empty tailoring slots for this year and no specific plans for them. What are people hungry for these days?

  • LuceLuce Fox Populi Member Posts: 2,425 Transcendent
    Semiformal wear for men? Everything's either full evening suits or workin' in the dirt tunic/trousers.
  • XiranXiran Member Posts: 76 Capable
    edited May 18
    Hi! I'm curious if a look like this is possible (yay ceremonial armor) with clothes layered under armour or is it easier to ask for a robe design that uses leather/metal comms.

    https://aldafea.deviantart.com/art/ChrisFa-03-394857866
    https://goo.gl/images/YCx5eq

    Is the layering described by Lerad's thread still in effect? Where does armor come in?

    Edit: I've been informed armour (the effective, non-cosmetic piece) takes up NORMAL - chest, gut, arms, back but not legs, waist?
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  • LuceLuce Fox Populi Member Posts: 2,425 Transcendent
    Xiran said:
    Hi! I'm curious if a look like this is possible (yay ceremonial armor) with clothes layered under armour or is it easier to ask for a robe design that uses leather/metal comms.

    https://aldafea.deviantart.com/art/ChrisFa-03-394857866
    https://goo.gl/images/YCx5eq

    Is the layering described by Lerad's thread still in effect? Where does armor come in?
    That's absolutely possible! Gaudi has...uh...THIS armor:

    Emberplate said:
    Made primarily from glimmering steel, this set of field plate is
    designed to fit tightly to the curves of a feminine body when it is
    worn. Rather than being a full suit, it comes in three separate parts:
    breastplate, gauntlets and greaves. The burnished breastplate is small,
    and covers only the chest and ribcage when worn, leaving the midriff and
    upper arms bare. The layered plates of steel are curved outward, two
    cups formed to cover and accentuate the breasts when worn. Connected to
    the top of the breastplate is a metal collar to protect the neck and two
    massive steel pauldrons, each shaped like a quarter of a sphere. The
    pauldrons are embellished with gold and painted with fiery tones of red,
    orange and yellow tint, depicting symbols of the Templar guild. The
    edges of the pauldrons are studded with gold rivets. The gauntlets are
    slender, and cover the hand and forearm when worn. Wrapped around each
    forearm guard are several thin strips of silk, dyed a vibrant red and
    embroidered with white thread. The edges trail and flutter when the
    gauntlets are drawn through the air. The top plates of each gauntlet,
    over where the back of the hand would be, bear depictions of Gaudiguch's
    pyramids, embossed with solid gold. The greaves are made of layered
    plates, and cover only the legs from mid-thigh to the ankle when worn,
    leaving the hips and groin region bare, except for an upwards extension
    which covers the outer side of each hip. Strung across the apex of these
    two extensions is a white silk string, to which a trailing loincloth of
    red silk has been attached for the preservation of modesty. The two wide
    strips of cloth extend down to the gold-trimmed knee joints of the
    greaves, and the rear strip bears a hole in it to give room for a tail.
    The greaves do not cover the feet when worn, to give a less humanoid
    foot the freedom to move, or to allow the donning of boots or shoes.

  • XiranXiran Member Posts: 76 Capable
    Luce said:
    That's absolutely possible! Gaudi has...uh...THIS armor:
    Haha. That's an interesting piece!

    I think I like this one on Etsy the most. Protect the gut but still look pretty!

    https://www.etsy.com/listing/212766960/womens-lady-warrior-full-armor-female
  • JolantheJolanthe Member Posts: 32 Apprentice
    Luce said:
    Semiformal wear for men? Everything's either full evening suits or workin' in the dirt tunic/trousers.
    Care to be more specific? I could definitely churn out some patterns in due time, but my work setting is all scrubs and I rarely get out. Semiformal is a terribly nebulous category too.

    Also, greatrobe or highfashion category, assuming the possibility presents itself?

  • KistanKistan Member Posts: 143 Master
    Luce said:
    The two wide
    strips of cloth extend down to the gold-trimmed knee joints of the
    greaves, and the rear strip bears a hole in it to give room for a tail.
    The greaves do not cover the feet when worn, to give a less humanoid
    foot the freedom to move, or to allow the donning of boots or shoes.

    I miss @Hezbit!
  • RancouraRancoura the Last Nightwreathed Queen CanadaMember Posts: 1,372 Transcendent
    Jolanthe said:
    Luce said:
    Semiformal wear for men? Everything's either full evening suits or workin' in the dirt tunic/trousers.
    Care to be more specific? I could definitely churn out some patterns in due time, but my work setting is all scrubs and I rarely get out. Semiformal is a terribly nebulous category too.

    Also, greatrobe or highfashion category, assuming the possibility presents itself?

    Agree with inquiries, are we looking for blazers and casual dress shirts or just less fancy/lighter-coloured suits?
    Tonight amidst the mountaintops   
    And endless starless night   
    Singing how the wind was lost   
    Before an earthly flight
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