artist-refs: “Phoneme Chart by TheEndIsNearUs ” This is a nice chart! Lipsync is one of my not-so-secret passions. I also hate front mouths. They’re harder to inbetween, I find, and they’re not used nearly as frequently. Here’s some ¾ mouths I.
The detail at left of a woman blacksmith comes from the Holkham Bible dated in the It shows how a working class woman would have worn the coif, fillet and barbette in a workplace environment to keep her hair secured while she worked.
(Possible passementerie buttons?) Full suit of clothes of a certain Junkers Von Bodegg of the Augsburg line, 1599 - Consisting of: velvet cap, trousers and jacket in brown wool twill. This set is dated between 1600 and