Inspired by The Female Armor Bingo, I present to you my short guide to armor bust areas, to better help you decide what to wear :P
Any resemblance to particular armors, living or dead, is purely coincidental. Well… mostly.
Ha! Reminds me of the Female Armor post I made a while ago!
Although I gotta admit, this post is WAY too unrealistic… I mean, the breasts are WAY too small! *sarcasm, of course*
After seeing your post and a few others I decided to do a somewhat historical disney princess warrior as well. I decided to set it in the late German Renaissance, mainly for the sake of being able to draw full plate armor and a longsword. The sleeves and fancy armor are not strictly practical but I wanted to evoke a sense of regality seeing that she is a princess :)
She looks so strong and beautiful, I love it! I adore Snow White; and I’d love to see a movie where she would wear an armor like this.
DIY Dark Galadriel Costume Tutorial by penwiper at Entropy House here. The breastplate is made from a cheap half form mannequin and round sticker labels - seriously!I googled “half form mannequin” and found one for $4.90 here - so they are easy to find. The rest of the paints, puffy paint and Rub’n’Buff can be found at any craft store.