Crawlers, Cubes and Critters - and other Old-School Nonsense
Would like to get a better look at her tattoos.
I think GGotW is a welcome addition to OSR land!
Thanks for the good feeback. I put these beautiful women on my blog because it pleases me, but it's a bonus if others enjoy it too. :)
Might I make a suggestion, though, George? I think it would be a great help to mention where the images are from, who the photographer is and who the model is, if you can. It's great kudos if you can manage that ;)
Mark, that's a great idea. I was going under the thought that if the image didn't have an electronic copyright or signature on it, and I found it under Google images, and I wasn't profiting from the image that it was OK.But I realize that's not technically the way to do things. So I will see if I can chase down that data and provide it. If not, I will specifically state that I couldn't identify the source. Thanks.
Mark - actually, this is proving to be a big challenge. Both pics came from google searches. When I went back to try to ID them, they were both from blogs talking about Goth fashion. And in both cases, the bloggers themselves never attributed them. So I have no way of knowing where they came from. The blogs where I found the pics seemed to have found them anonymously themselves. Well, it was still a good suggestion - and one I'll follow in the future if possible.
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