If I wanst looking for Katawa Shojo i probably would never have assosiated this picture with it, I dont know why but It seems like you've blanked out the girls disabilities, Rin's is the only one noticable but it leaves her out of place. Hanako's scars are non-existent and while you obviously cannot see Shizune's deafness anyway. The others would be noticable.
Otherwise a very brilliantly detailed picture and gorgeous layout.
Hmm yes I can understand where you are coming from. This is from my "SHADING LET'S SHADE EVERYTHING" period, so yes I way over-shaded Hanako's scars away until they were nothing. With Lily, the only thing that would give her away would be her eye coloration, and besides, she's seen a lot with her eyes closed anyway. Emi... While I was tempted to give her a shorter skirt for easier mobility, I dunno, I think she would want a big poofy princess dress. The girls are more than their disabilities, and I think it would be weird to show them on their big day while showing off what makes them different. But hey, when Lily throws the bouquet, I'm sure it will be in to Hisao's face.
True true. It was never my intention to wish the disabilities away or cover them up, but I can understand that they could be more pronounced. I'll keep this in mind if I make more fanart of them. Thanks a lot!
And of course, Shizune would glare at her. Seriously, that girl really needs to learn how to keep her mouth shut sometimes.
Other things that may or may no be issues would be the whole "father of the bride walking her down the aisle" which could stir up some bad memories for Hanako. And I'm assuming that Rin would wear her wedding ring on a necklace. Toes just don't seem proper for something as intimate as a wedding ring.
Yes, yes, I don't think Rin is the "marriage" type, either. Still, if she ever did get married, I was thinking something really bold and artistic. Plus she would need alot of room for her legs to move around in.
Another question I have, if you know the answer, is what do the bride, the groom, and all the guests eat at a Japanese wedding? There's American wedding cake, and apparently Italians have something called "wedding soup" consisting of bits of pasta, spinach and sausage...
It depends on the religion, mostly. There's the traditional Shinto ceremony, with rice cakes and tako drums. Here's a link to the attire: [link] Then we have "white" weddings, which are based on Christian ceremonies. I do consider Lilly a devote Catholic because she went to boarding school, and therefore gave her a very traditional dress.
If you have any questions regarding Japanese spins on weddings you can read the article here: [link] I hope I've answered any and all questions you had!