Interdasting. Madotsuki's attire is a ritual costume.
The pinkness of the shirt and overall simplicity of the outfit strikes me as odd. But I don't know anything about this culture, so it could probably just be me…>>1895
Ah. It is just me.
I didn't know sacrificial maidens wore a fuchsia sweater with a brown-ish skirt. And what appears to be bare feet with brown and pink bangles.
Dang, I thought that I read something about this before…http://uboachan.net/t/res/973.html
I'm aware of that thread, from there i got the initial curiosity about the relation between the game and parakas.
Being a Peruvian and from the region where the Paracas culture is, i can tell you it makes no sense for the easy reason that they didn't drew human bodies like that. No white and black eye, in fact no white or black together in most cases. They had a period called Paracas Caves, where their color was the previous culture's (Chavin), and then came Paracas Necropolis, whose colors were ochre and cream, not pink nor white nor blue.
Then this Peruvian guy comes and says this shouldn't be happening
KIKIYAMA CONFIRMED FOR TIME TRAVELER / WARPER / ANCIENT ALIEN
I feel like that gif should end in content aware scaling.
There was a place in my mythology class called "Uboa"
THE PLOT THICKENS!
You know those plants that are everywhere in the wilderness?
They are koru:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Koru
>symbolizing new life, growth, strength and peace.>Koru is the integral central motif of symbolic, seemingly-abstract kowhaiwhai designs, traditionally used to decorate Maori wharenui
At this rate I'll think that Kikiyama is either a psychodelic-using shaman or an anthropologist
Late as fuck reply, but from what I can gather here: http://www.paracas.se/en/poncho/poncho-7/
It's quite a weird one in the sense that it's both painted and embroidered. The motifs (both from the border and from the center) look nothing like others in the page too. So yeah, it's weird as fuck. But it's still there. Also, the colors don't look that different from other paraca's works.
I justed picked up this old 70s art print book called Museums of the Andes that has a bunch of Paracas textiles and shit. I am posting this to force myself to scan them and post them soon. There are a ton of designs that are exactly replicated in Yume Nikki…