ssapdra:

http://steel-mastery.com/en/padded-armour/gambesons/woman-gambeson
i am in love *-* and i need such thing

Whenever designing any sort of realistic armor, always remember that it’s owner will almost certainly have something like this beneath it and it will effect her silhouette accordingly.
- wincenworks
Yes, yes, YES!
It can not be stressed enough: if you wear heavy armor, gambeson (or something similar) beneath is a must!
Padding is mandatory part of proper armor, that’s why “metal worn directly on skin” is part the bingo.
~Ozzie

ssapdra:

http://steel-mastery.com/en/padded-armour/gambesons/woman-gambeson

i am in love *-* and i need such thing

Whenever designing any sort of realistic armor, always remember that it’s owner will almost certainly have something like this beneath it and it will effect her silhouette accordingly.

- wincenworks

Yes, yes, YES!

It can not be stressed enough: if you wear heavy armor, gambeson (or something similar) beneath is a must!

Padding is mandatory part of proper armor, that’s why “metal worn directly on skin” is part the bingo.

~Ozzie

wulfgnar:

I keep getting this question a lot and this still exists in tutorial books, concept art etc. Please stop doing it.
edit: It’s not about realism, more about common sense over fashion. How can women admire and relate to “strong female roles” when sexiness is valued over everything.

Every time we share a parody tutorial like this, part of me worries that it will be mistake for real advice due to the general state of media that includes female armor.
-wincenworks

wulfgnar:

I keep getting this question a lot and this still exists in tutorial books, concept art etc. Please stop doing it.

edit: It’s not about realism, more about common sense over fashion. How can women admire and relate to “strong female roles” when sexiness is valued over everything.

Every time we share a parody tutorial like this, part of me worries that it will be mistake for real advice due to the general state of media that includes female armor.

-wincenworks

Yet another household pet that is better protected than your average strong female barbarian character.
Also, despite the obvious disadvantage of being a pug… they still have significantly more dignity than any heroine forced to wear a battle thong,  boob window or nipple armor.
- wincenworks

Yet another household pet that is better protected than your average strong female barbarian character.

Also, despite the obvious disadvantage of being a pug… they still have significantly more dignity than any heroine forced to wear a battle thong,  boob window or nipple armor.

- wincenworks

(via wincenworks)

Speaking of the legality of various nipples… I feel there should be some sort of law against trying to use poorly shaped metal pasties as “no nipple, no problem” armor.
I mean seriously, there is no way those are going to provide any protection in the slightest - they’re actually probably going to increase the harm done.
Pasties should decorative - and if you’re going to have pasties you should pretty them up! Make them sparkly! Put on some tassels!  Like these bad boys!

If you’re going to be ridiculous, at least be the entertaining kind - not the sympathy pain and cringe inducing kind.
- wincenworks

Speaking of the legality of various nipples… I feel there should be some sort of law against trying to use poorly shaped metal pasties as “no nipple, no problem” armor.

I mean seriously, there is no way those are going to provide any protection in the slightest - they’re actually probably going to increase the harm done.

Pasties should decorative - and if you’re going to have pasties you should pretty them up! Make them sparkly! Put on some tassels!  Like these bad boys!

If you’re going to be ridiculous, at least be the entertaining kind - not the sympathy pain and cringe inducing kind.

- wincenworks

(Source: creativeuncut.com)

furything:

can you believe that there are legal nipples and illegal nipples

A question I alluded to a few times before…

~Ozzie

dtk-womenwarriors:

ART BY CHARLES KEEGAN

Why would you want copy the same battle bikinis over and over when you could be making battle outfits like these?

-wincenworks

And entire magazine devoted to how to draw women in impossible bikinis… or at least that’s what the cover looks like.
Of all the things in fantasy art (dragons, demons, goblins, castles, etc) is there anyone who really believes that the impossible bikinis are the part you’ll need the most help with?
- wincenworks

And entire magazine devoted to how to draw women in impossible bikinis… or at least that’s what the cover looks like.

Of all the things in fantasy art (dragons, demons, goblins, castles, etc) is there anyone who really believes that the impossible bikinis are the part you’ll need the most help with?

- wincenworks

(Source: pdfmagaz.in)

I’m gonna be honest… a lot of possible occupations sprung to mind when I saw Glory in the wallpaper… “Combat Medic” was not one of them.

Since it’s beginnings in 1989, a lot has changed with ShadowRun’s distopian cyberpunk fantasy setting… but mens clothing and armors remain surprisingly boring - compared to the boob armor battle bras the female characters get anyway.

- wincenworks

(Source: harebrained-schemes.com)

The only redeeming thing about this screenshot is that they look they’ve both judging each other’s outfits - harshly.

- wincenworks

(Source: store.steampowered.com)

image

I admit, I’m always kind of confused by these kinds of pics… I mean they write “Full upskirt shot!” in the brief and then chicken out towards the end?

Sivir only dodges a double bingo by virtue in the rare occasions when I can see her feet, she doesn’t seem to have high heels.  Seems to is the operative word.

- wincenworks