Rachel Cranor wrote:
I did some of those Polyvore thingies a while ago.http://www.polyvore.com/cgi/collection?id=4271200
I based each on their appearance, but also the type of clothes I like to wear when I am feeling those emotions.
Joy has her yellow dress but I also added converse shoes (I love those), a vibrant blue hat to represent her hair, yellow nail polish (I love doing nail art), and a smiley face backpack filled with stuff that makes me happy. I added the pearl thingy to represent the memory orbs, plus I had a huge empty space
Sadness was pretty much only inspired by her appearance because I don't like to think about being sad. Plus, during my sad times, I don't care at all about clothes. Her earrings are meant to be the memory orbs.
Fear has his little purple bow and dark pants, and I gave him a sheer looking shirt because my biggest cause of fear is others' opinions. I gave this one a purple scarf to snuggle with and the earrings say "social anxiety intensifies." Anxiety is basically pure fear, I know from experience, plus the earrings double as the memory orbs. Finally, the shoes are very flexible looking in order to run away quickly if needed.
Anger is also mostly based on his appearance. But I did add the watch because one of my many pet peeves is people wasting my time, and of course, the memory orbs as earrings. Also the Toms shoes seem perfect for stomping away.
Disgust wasn't so much based on when I feel disgusted, but as when I feel sassy and above everyone around me. I used her sassy scarf paired with a dress similar to hers. I could not find leggings in the right shade so I did bright green tights paired with some bright pink flats to strut away in. Finally a sassy green purse, pink lipstick to match the shoes, and some very fabulous sunglasses. I couldn't find earrings to represent the memory orbs, so I used nail polish instead.
What do you guys think? I mostly just do these when I'm bored or need something to do with my hands when watching a movie. Also, any ideas for future ones? I plan on doing Bing Bong once we actually get a better picture to work off of.