I’m a little late to the draw a centaur day thing, but here we go. First pass walk cycle. Experimented with a few things. Need to fix 20 things like that foot that’s sticking and a few weird jumps and some offset and a weird cushion… I’ll just shut up now.
Wanted to share this super easy chest harness-type thing I made. Top photo is the piece itself. I took a bustier I had but didn’t wear much (a bra would also work), and just used supplies I already had.
All I did was take a d-ring (o-rings are another option) and placed it where I wanted it on my chest, then measured out a piece of elastic and stitched it around the ring and to the bustier. For the straps, I used skinnier elastic and did the same thing. It helps immensely to wear the bustier while fitting the elastic, because the shape of the garment changes a lot while not on the body. Some bras come with extra straps, so if you have those sitting around in a drawer somewhere, those will work perfectly and also be adjustable. Screwed spikes into it to make it feel more complete, and that’s it!
I made it to wear under another top or dress, but since it’s on a bustier it could probably also double as a stand-alone top.
The Eerie Beauty Of Crimea’s Abandoned Soviet-Era Salt Mine Might
Crimeans call it Sivash, or the “Rotten Sea,” in reference to the unpleasant smell that wafts from the network of shallow, salty lagoons. But for those willing to look past the stench, an otherworldly vista awaits.
Sergey Anashkevych, a photographer in the region, has captured jaw-dropping photos of the marshy area, which includes an abandoned Soviet-era salt mine. According to Caters News Agency, in some spots, the water takes on a deep crimson hue as a result of halobacteria, single-celled microorganisms that are purple in color and found in highly salty