Because I Couldn’t Resist . . . Posted on April 15, 2020 by TXRed Filched, er, borrowed under Creative Commons Fair Use. To go with . . . Used under Creative Commons Fair Use. Click image to go to source. AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
It’s a VERY good thing that I finished the mug first, although coffee kind of vanishes when sprayed on a gray cat. The fan art and tie-in would be hysterical.
The set isn’t complete without Just Before MNT, which has about 5% indigo blended with 3AM Black Cat Coal Dust. Astronomer goths love it. 🙂
Oh… goth. At first glance, I was thinking those crayons were available in Michigan under the emergency sumptuary laws.
Yeah, need several violet/purple/indigo shades. Black in gloss, semigloss, flat, and dust finishes, as well as versions with silver dust and flake.
And the Steampunk Expansion set – all shades of brown! 😉
My closet might or might not resemble that statement.
*G* Well, mine is more monochromatic in blue-green, green, yellow-green, so….
I’ll raise the stakes. Before or after, or in his glam phases? 🙂
ROTFLMAO! Good one!
But it doesn’t have the blue-blacks and the green-blacks, and the indigo-blacks… none of which look much different in a closet, but oh, can everybody tell in the sunlight when I mismatch my blacks!
“No, I have to wear this skirt with that top.”
“Because they’re from the same batch and have faded together.”
Stage-lights tell all, including which choristers didn’t really look at “black” and “black.” Ditto orchestra members. There’s one violinist with a black tailcoat and green-black tux pants and they bug the heck out of me. #chorusworldproblems
Good reminder, I need to look at the black trousers under daylight and interior lighting to confirm both pairs are still black-black. I’ve had black and navy fade and give a slightly rusty look under certain lights. Ick.