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I'm wishing by shoomlah I'm wishing by shoomlah
Honestly? I just wanted to draw those damn slashed sleeves. I want them SO BAD.

Unlike the aforementioned Little Mermaid, Snow White's time period is pretty easy to pinpoint in 16th century Germany. Not that the film is accurate, but the clues are there- I took a wide swath from about 1500-1530 to come up with something that still maintained the spirit of the original design.

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WishIWould Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I'm making this for my first ever cosplay! (not first ever costume project, but first of this magnitude). I even actually ordered historically accurate velveteens and linens...yikes! I'm considering deviating from your design slightly to fit the cranach court gown style (www.marquise.de/en/1500/pics/1…, with the guarding and laced front, but I do love the pointed bodice and embroidered blue pane here...torn! Let me know if you'd prefer I stick more closely to your design, but otherwise I'll just have fun with it and send you pictures when I'm finished! 
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mlpfan1982 Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2014
I know the film took place in Germany but I always liked the idea of it being in the Netherlands
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Andromedaminecraft Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2014
Much better than her original dress! I'd like to see Snow White as Anne of Cleves. 
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LionessJhr Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Snow White is not one of my favourite Disney princesses, but this dress is so much more detailed than in the movie. Also, most people don't really know this but Snow White is supposed to be like 14 in her movie so the body shape is a little weird. But I'm sure you either didn't know that or just stylized her.
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AerithReborn Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
*laughing so hard* Simplicity pattern 1728 totally referenced this.  Apple and all.  
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shoomlah Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
they're actually referencing the movie Mirror Mirror- the apple pose existed long before I came around to it. :)
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hufflepuffs Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2014  Student General Artist
The hairnet is what kills me with this one, the sleeves holy cow omg ur a geniussss <3 
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AzalieFinrandi Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2014
Now, Disney, that's how you draw a princess's dress. *adds to favorites*
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TheNewDorothyGale Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2014
it's awesome how you manages to keep her trademark stretched-arm posing! Snow is the best princess ever (though I also adore Aurora and Cinderella) and I'm glad she got a dress worthy of her awesomeness.
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MagicDusty Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2014
I think in the film, she didn't have slashed sleeves, but red shapes stitched on to blue short puffy sleeves.
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