I’ve been working on this one for a while!
I decided to combine multiple requests (and palettes, heh.)
I’m still taking requests, so fill up my inbox!
SHAPING THESE ODANGOS IS ONE OF THE LEAST FUCKING ENJOYABLE THINGS I’VE EVER DONE WHO INVENTED THE DESIGN FOR THESE I’VE BEEN AT THE ONE ON THE RIGHT FOR LIKE TWO HOURS
WHY COULDN’T THEY JUST BE HARD PLASTIC
WHY ARE THEY HAIR THAT’S JUST KINDA THROWN INTO THIS BALL SHAPE THAT I HAVE TO MAKE LOOK NICE
WHY DO YOU HATE ME
I think that’s as even as they’ll ever be. Let me do my makeup (again) and we’ll see how it looks on (if I can even get it on…..oh god)
The lovely Miss Dream has provided scans of the Sailor V kanzenbans! As I’ve mentioned before, colored pages from Sailor V’s initial magazine run are exceptionally rare (to the point of being nearly impossible to find) because 1.) Unlike Sailor Moon, which had six in total, Sailor V never received any artbooks (fingers crossed that Naoko will change that!) and 2.) the colored pages were only printed in RunRun magazines in the 90s; RunRun went out of business a long time ago, which makes the old magazines very hard to find. The kanzenban release fixed all of that!
I compiled all of the colored scans into a folder, which can be downloaded here; these pages are just a small sampling. Thank you to Naoko/Kodansha for granting us a kanzenban release, and thank you to Miss Dream for letting us all see it!