Change? What change? No, nothing's different here. What are you talking about. You're crazy.
In all seriousness though, I've been very slowly working on this for a month and a half.
Welp, I guess I'm a little late with this one.
Seriously though, if I had waited another 2 months I would have put off filling this meme in for a year. A friggen' year. I should have, like, a PhD in procrastination.
Anyway, if you've got a question about any of the eras, feel free to ask. c: I tried to be relatively accurate, however my own artistic limitations could only go so far with certain aspects for some of the eras. Seriously, look at the Elizabethan era hair. It looks like an ass.
Medieval: Definitely not the easiest one for me. I probably should have given her some kind of hair covering but...well, I don't know, for some reason I thought that hairstyle would be better. :/ Elizabethan: Okay, let's be honest; this is the worst of all of them. I'm not super thrilled with it, and by the time I finished it I was already annoyed because I couldn't get the hair or sleeves right. .__. Restoration: I tried to get as many "glittery" colors as I could in this one because that's essentially what the Restoration of Charles II was all about. Rock and roll all night, party every day, #yolo, all that malarkey. Georgian: Four words; Chemise a la Reine. HNNNNNNG Regency: Truthfully I was never hardcore into the Regency era in history, however recently I have been coming around to it. I've only ever seen a few fashion plates of the time with rich, dark colors but man, I certainly do like them. Victorian: CRINOLINEEEEEEEEEEES. Edwardian: This and the teens era are my absolute favorites. while looking around at museum photos and fashion plates I noticed how many of the drawings and manikins were in this exact pose. I thought, 'Damn, I guess I should use that myself then.' 1910s: I love all the tailored suits that started to become available and fashionable for women at the time. I wish I could have one of my own. Someday, man. o3o 1920s: We flappers now, ya'll. 1940s: Since the 40s were dominated by the second world war I decided I should put her in something red, white and blue. c: 1950s: CRINOLINES AGAAAAAAAAAAIN. 1970s: Honestly, I just asked my mother what I should do for this one. She still has some of her clothes form the 70s actually....