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 Post subject: Re: Project Wanda
 Post Posted: Sun May 31, 2009 6:25 am 
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Gibson girl. 'Nuff said.

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     Post subject: Re: Project Wanda
     Post Posted: Sun May 31, 2009 6:43 pm 
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    I just registered to give you a heads-up for a gorgeous steampunk dressup doll. I'd love to see a steampunk Wanda but the linked is lovely in its own right. No, I don't know the artist.
    http://pinkparasol.deviantart.com/art/Dress-Me-Up-Clockwork-Couture-112801585

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     Post subject: Re: Project Wanda
     Post Posted: Tue Jun 02, 2009 9:08 pm 
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    Costume-only crossovers ideas...

    Kerrigan from the Starcraft series, at various stages of zergification. Perfect for those crowning moments of extreme vilaineering!

    How about Rogue, from any drawn series of the X-men but especially the latest? Going touchy-feely with Wanda wearing THAT outfit would strip you of your powers. (-;

    Richard from Looking for Group, female version. Maybe Wanda has nightmares about being uncroaked herself and suffering from fate magic even more!!!

    Oasis from sluggy freelance. Sure the assassin knives do not look very caster-like, but what does a caster do when she runs out of spells? Perhaps this is more of a Zamussel thing.

    Kharla'ggen Vel'Vloz'ress from Drowtales. The character fits in the sense she's not entirely evil either, only works for entirely evil goals...
    http://www.drowtales.com/mainarchive.ph ... a=1&id=756

    For the innocent look, Anne Onymous from thewotch.com (the NOT revealing innocent look you use in, say, diplomacy thinkagrams)

    Yisha and Mye (Mye the one who turns into a demonbunny when she sneezes) from charby the vampirate:
    http://www.drunkduck.com/Charby_the_Vam ... p?p=556028
    http://www.drunkduck.com/Charby_the_Vam ... p?p=426595

    I was thinking the Yisha look for Wanda doing dateomancy on Stanley, and the Mye look for the "oops, transformed into something without powers for a while" fun.

    Not to mention Lezzaria, in the "I casted a copycat spell so I could fly, but it... what I copied only LOOKS like it can fly!". Lolz!
    http://www.drunkduck.com/Charby_the_Vam ... p?p=369522

    Zebragirl! No reason needed.
    http://zebragirl.keenspot.com/d/20050828.html

    Mandy from the adventures of Billy and Mandy (TV). For those never-gonna-smile moments! The haircut and the stare are priceless!

    Zeetha. She gets zapped with a clothes-removing gadget a few pages later. This is more of a zamussels thing because of the swords. (-;
    Agatha or Gil are off-limits to fan art, according to previous contacts with Foglio. Do ask him first, anyhow.
    http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20081015

    Black mage, female version. As a representation of Wanda on some magical lookamancy screen looking at her stats or class.

    Wonder woman. This is one you can reuse a few times without people getting tired of it - no need for a truthomancy lasso to have people admit it. (-;

    Buffy the vampire slayer, in a Zamussels VS the undead fight. Buffy is not easy to do, being so human and un-caricatural, but some decor and other people costumed helps...

    As for Schlockmercenary, I checked and he's already been done as dirtomancy, lolz. But the omnius hum of a plasma gun pointed at someone's head by surprise is a nice way of doing a fate magic casting scene, as it makes one's past flash before your eyes, and for the future you just have to wait the end of the flashbacks and see what comes next. (-;

    Wanda in Peach dress, using a scroll called: "Your princess is in another castle"! Complete with Mario bros. costumes for support casters and some decor pipes. (-;

    Wanda doing a double-size spell using Mario-bros mushrooms. Wanda wears a drug dealer classic style for that one. (-;

    Sally (The nightmare before Christmas). As a scoutamancy cloth golem remotely controlled by Wanda or something, which would require Wanda to dress the same.

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     Post subject: Re: Project Wanda
     Post Posted: Wed Jun 03, 2009 4:29 am 
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    Other ideas...

    Catwoman, one of the most fanfic-worthy woman of alll time. Rwaaar!!

    The rocky horror picture show. Let's do the timewarp agaiiiiiiiiiiin! It's goofy enough to smell like hippiemancy!

    Someone should rickroll wanda once or twice. If you don't know what that is, try this link:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmPmIJyi0sc

    Wanda would make a nice Elerian scientist declaring a new research done...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TuSzRsRBtbc

    Another thewotch.com idea, Cassie! The skull and the goth attitude is already there. (-;

    Shakespear has this play with 3 old witches around a bubbling green mixture. Would be nice to see Wanda prepare a batch of icky green potion. (-;
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Midsumme ... %27s_Dream

    Speaking of Goth, Germaine from "Neurotically yours" on newgrounds. She has Wanda's lack of hope and may wear skulls.

    The third skully thing, Dana Scully! Wanda is the one to doubt the "I want to believe I am a player" thing anyhow.

    Wanda could be Wanda from "my fairygod parents". She's fairy fairy good at magic! And while you're at it, throw in Wanda the scarlet witch.

    Beetlejuice! The idea is as crazy is it sounds, so it makes me laugh the most!

    Wanda in a grim reaper costume (as drawn in propaganda for people who have never met her). This is an excuse to change Wanda's body proportions since it is explicitely a drawing...

    If you're gonna keep up the similarities between chat and those eyeomancy books, might as well go all the way...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flkgNn50 ... annel_page

    Esmeralda, as in _The hunchback of Notre-Dame_. While Zamussels have the skin tone, she's more into short hair. Too bad, Zamussels would make a fine pocahontas too. )-;

    Orochimaru would be awesome! Not much to the costume except that huge purple knot rope, but some snake magic (despite the evil overlord list warning) and it will help! For those who do not know, Orochimaru has and could again be a woman.

    Tsunade! That one-episode-only scribble on her head is her doing the "sacrificing years of her life in exchange for regeneration" thing.
    http://zerogravity.lisondra.net/images_ ... sunade.jpg
    This is the regular look.
    http://www.animemanga.pl/galeria/18559- ... de-039.jpg

    Snow white evil queen! In a talk with a mirror.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flkgNn50 ... annel_page

    Zintiel from flaky pastry! In this one Zintiel does the "omega murder blast" thing that wipes out entire dungeons.
    http://flakypastry.runningwithpencils.c ... trip_id=46

    Doing "sword from above" thing, I suppose Wanda could do it with pliers.
    http://flakypastry.runningwithpencils.c ... rip_id=187

    And then there is miss dark side herself, Morgana.
    http://flakypastry.runningwithpencils.c ... rip_id=233

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     Post subject: Re: Project Wanda
     Post Posted: Wed Jun 03, 2009 11:45 pm 
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    50's apron and pearls :D

    OR

    Tanookie suit or big green shoe from Mario 3 :3

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     Post subject: Re: Project Wanda
     Post Posted: Thu Jun 04, 2009 9:06 pm 
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    The Crow, of course!
    Very, very quick sketch with pen.
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    Or, ya' know, here are some actual photos:
    coat - http://images.art.com/images/-/Brandon- ... 04024.jpeg
    shirtless - http://3critical.files.wordpress.com/2008/11/crow18.jpg

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     Post subject: Re: Project Wanda
     Post Posted: Fri Jun 05, 2009 4:07 pm 
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    Cid (Sydney) Vicious style: Bleached mohawk, torn, patched, and studded denim vest, tattered t-shirt, probably reading god save the tool instead of queen, blocky jackboots.

    Gearamancy style: slicked back, short hair, bobbles, either worn or around her neck, clunky boots, semi-mechanical gloves/gauntlets, arkenpliers strapped to her back, greatsword style, toolbelt with various implements hanging from it ( hammer, ratchet, shrunken head, batwing, etc)

    Fatemancy overload: long flowing robe, billowy hood, floating scrolls covered in eldrich runes, looOOooOOoong stemmed pipe, with a curl of smoke perpetually drifting from it, gnarled shillelagh-style staff.

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     Post subject: Re: Project Wanda
     Post Posted: Fri Jun 05, 2009 4:22 pm 
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    Polysanity wrote:
    ...short hair, bobbles, either worn...


    Goggles?

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     Post subject: Re: Project Wanda
     Post Posted: Fri Jun 12, 2009 5:24 am 
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    I can just see her dance fighting, using the prince charming dance move (prince ansom?)

    "She's the Dandy Croakamancer you're too scared to mention, She spends her schmuckers on looking flash and grabbing your attention"

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     Post subject: Re: Project Wanda
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    Is anyone interested in the template I Made (from Jamies original)? Same pose as above

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     Post subject: Re: Project Wanda
     Post Posted: Wed Jun 17, 2009 9:48 pm 
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    The Dark Fiddler wrote:
    It's ugly as sin, and it has no shading, but I'm sure it gives you an idea of my idea.

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    This is pretty good. I like it.

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     Post subject: Re: Project Wanda
     Post Posted: Mon Jul 06, 2009 1:10 am 
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    this is perfect for Wanda!

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     Post subject: Re: Project Wanda
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    bryden42 wrote:
    I can just see her dance fighting, using the prince charming dance move (prince ansom?)

    Curse you, Bryden42! Now I can't get Kings of the Wild Frontier (another Ants hit) out of my head.

    Nice image.

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     Post subject: Re: Project Wanda
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    Arkenputtyknife wrote:
    bryden42 wrote:
    I can just see her dance fighting, using the prince charming dance move (prince ansom?)

    Curse you, Bryden42! Now I can't get Kings of the Wild Frontier (another Ants hit) out of my head.

    Nice image.


    lol, To quote another Ant classic "you don't drink, don't smoke, What do you do?" in wanda's case I think we know. She kind of wears her heart on her sleeve in that respect :)

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     Post subject: Re: Project Wanda
     Post Posted: Mon Jul 20, 2009 7:07 pm 
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    robinmdh wrote:
    i think the funniest is when the clothing has something to do with wat she has to do, like the dance fighting costume, also liked the kimono's, not only nice but also topical (Croatan (lost tribe) )


    The kimono would nicely match Faq and not necessarily the mysterious Croatan.

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     Post subject: Re: Project Wanda
     Post Posted: Mon Jul 20, 2009 7:37 pm 
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    the comic doesn;t say they aren't the same. only that wanda is croatan, jillian is from FAQ, wanda and jillian were both at FAQ. it's just as likely faq was the croatan tribe. just like stanley is the plaid tribe but rules over Gobwin Knob. until we hear one way or another feel free to speculate but i feel that is one point that is looked at too deeply. for now just assume wanda is from FAQ.thus why she has the same head modelling as jillian. and why sizemore, maggie and stanley all share theirs.

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     Post subject: Re: Project Wanda
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    What about a bunny girl Costume?
    http://www.darkmirage.com/2006/12/21/bunny-haruhi-is-mine/
    http://www.howagirlfigures.com/2008/08/23/bunny-girl-haruhi/

    or something like:
    http://www.toyslogic.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=588_604_151&products_id=6777

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     Post subject: Re: Project Wanda
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    Wanda and the decrypts take to the stage!
    and is that the Arkenaxe in her hand? :)

    (Thanks to Blackdwagon for the image link as inspiration)

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    Oh, now, that is outstanding. A leap forward in dance fighting: mosh pit death zones.

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     Post subject: Re: Project Wanda
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    Mosh pit death zones, that would be awesome.
    slam dance shock troops!
    i can see it now.

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