19978Re: hitatare question
- Oct 3, 2005--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Mara" <mnv@v...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, "wodeford" <wodeford@y...> wrote:It depends on the period. I'm doing the sort of thing that would be
> I would actually like to do something that is a little more freeform
> or organic maybe even called abstract by some, on the fabric.
> Do you know of an period images that would show something like that?
> Everything I have found so far is so formal, which I know typical
> given the formal nature of Japanese court at the time, but I would
> love to know if I am missing something.
appropriate for a Heian or Kamakura period courtier. By the 16th
century, styles worn by the samurai class are quite different.
Rent "Kagemusha" and ogle the costumes. Lots of men in really snazzy
16th century hitatare.
I'll take a look through my stuff when I get home and see if I can
point you at anything else.
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