Sorry. It’s the outfit. All dressed up in true Victorian style, I cannot but succumb–
Right. Enough. The Night at the Opera outfit consists of cloak (but of course), cane, top hat, and ascot. Nice touch on the ascot– it turns any tuxedo into a period piece. The cloak is black, lined in red, with a red-lined shoulder cape. The top hat matches nicely, with a red band to tie the outfit together. The texturing on both reads as color without being flat, which is more difficult to do than it sounds.
The cloak has several layers at the shoulder that act simultaneously as structure for the attached flexi-prims and as the deep folds of a hood pushed off the head. It’s clasped with a double figure eight in gold that shines without bling.
All items are mod/no copy/transfer. The cloak in particular is broad in the shoulders, and very long. After two tries, I gave up trying to mod the cloak (I’m not very good at that kind of thing) and elected to change my shape instead. Hopefully you’re more skilled than I am. The Night and the Opera outfit is L$200. Shot on location at the Opera Populaire in Intempesta Nox.
On the other end of the civilization spectrum lies the Wolven Embrace cloak. Fit for a barbarian lord, the impressiveness of this cloak lies in the wolf pelt on the shoulders. It’s not possible to texture a sphere or torus to look fluffy, so Zorena had to do it the hard way. God only knows how she lined up all those prims!
The Wolven Embrace cloak is L$150. Ookami Ningen is located in Baeogae.