Harajuku Gothic Lolita

By Iris on May 30th, 2015
Race: Human
Gender: Female
Armor: Light
Color: Black
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The original look was created by an incredibly fashionable friend of mine. His elementalist has a pale, soft sense of elegance that invokes an image of an antique china doll. I love it so much that I had to shamelessly borrow his concept for my necromancer. My immediate impulse is to interpret the curious juxtapose of the Gothic Lolita culture in Harajuku and its ultra modern Tokyo backdrop.

So I changed a few minor pieces of armors and mostly the colors. I keep the main color dark (Midnight and Abyss) and accent the look with eye-popping neon pink - as the heavy neon-signed streets in Harajuku always come into my mind. the look is meant to be weird, fun and ultra girly with a dash of bold punk. All credits go to Spoj, the original creator.

Edit: Added the original Spoj's Elementalist for comparison.


Comments


Zirconia
Fashion Guru
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOH I LOVE HER! gold gold gold!
2015-05-30 16:22

Migg
Fashionista
Cool one :D Nice dyes
2015-05-30 16:37

kurinn
Fashion Collector
you should pose together with your friend.. ;D
2015-05-30 21:58

NinaPerez
Fashion Guru
So cute!!! I love her!
2015-05-31 4:20

NinaPerez
Fashion Guru
So cute!!! I love her!
2015-05-31 4:20

Ego
Fashion Guru
Fits the Theme, but you need some kawaii Accessoirs! :D
2015-05-31 6:14

Iris
Fashion Guru
The look is so rich in details that I'm not sure if any accessories are suitable without looking too busy. Plus, I love her exposed back and the flowing bow so much.
2015-05-31 11:32

Bremy
Fashion Guru
veeeeeery cute! :D gj
2015-06-01 16:11

Talesoffan1
Wanderer
I freaking love this. I'm trying to use electro pink, and you pulled it off way better than I did. I'm still trying to figure out how to do complicated dye jobs,,,
2015-06-10 11:25

Iris
Fashion Guru
@Taleoffan1: Electro Pink interacts with different texture in a very peculiar way. It's way much more colorful and vivid than the other Electro dyes in their spectrum. My experience is coming from trying it out on any details you want to highlight. Good luck! And dye job is always fun!
2015-06-15 12:58