Post by A Guy Named Goo on Sept 30, 2008 10:19:16 GMT -5
I have coveted this shirt for ages now (about a year and a half), and I was so excited to finally get one. I've always planned to get it for Rose, and I actually feared that I had missed the boat on it, but no, it's still there:
(Don't blame me for that outfit, it's canon, only she's in a denim skirt instead of a denim jumper.)
I don't like the bunching up on the side so much, but everything else is just so stylish: the slightly askew star, the studs around the star, the silver and red designs around it, all combine to make it look like a wonderful, artful starburst, almost fractal in appearance.
I call this the "radial symmetry" shirt because, well, that's what it is. (In math, biology, and art, "radial symmetry" refers to being able to divide a circular pattern anywhere on its axis and having identical or near identical halves, no matter where you divide it.) I have always been fascinated by this design of the shirt, and impressed by how classy it makes it look (the darker lines are the same pattern as the silver ones, done in red. They didn't show up so well with my camera).
I have to give this shirt a definite A. I'd love to give it an A+ because I am so overjoyed by it, but in the interest of fairness, that bunching is odd and annoying.
My Dolls: Elizabeth Michelle "Liz" Rowland (AGT6), Sebastian Anthony Wilkins (AGT17 Boy), Mary Rose Calloway (AGT28), Claire Bennet (AGT24), Tabitha Yoake "Tabby" Walsh (Jess), Rose Tyler (Julie), and Sonali "Sunny" Matthews
Metroid: Other M is here! MIA until further notice.
Post by green chile supergirl on Sept 14, 2012 21:27:00 GMT -5
This is indeed an odd shirt. I was prepared for the raw edges on the sleeves, but not the weird ruching. I knew it would have the ruching, but I was not ready for how uneven the shirt looks with said feature.