Domino Lady by Mikeall ()
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Celebration of pulp heroine Domino Lady whose stories once graced the pages of Saucy Romantic Adventures 1936. Thanks for looking. Still extending the life of Daz V3.
Image Comments (7)
WOW. She really looks great for such an old broad! (heh) As always, the little touches are there: the lace, the jewelry and that little embellishment at the bottom (if this were real life, I'm guessing those would be rhinestones or some kind of applique) and the clever way you posed her eye to look off to the side. It really helps convey a sense of quirky mystery and adventure. You really nailed it with that shade of brown – I have several paperbacks that use almost that exact color. It was very "in" for a time. Although I do like the background elements, I would almost like to see a little more of them or have them help convey something about some of the stories. But that's just me.
I'm really captivated by your aging and background treatment. You make it look as though you scanned or photocopied this book! That's really clever.
All in all, another hit, my friend!
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