The first Wacom® art products were actually pen and paper products. While pen and paper consists of a drawing tablet and a pencil, Wacom art products began in 1982. By 1983, the first Wacom art product was launched. The first product was a thick, large-touch tablet for every-day use. Even though the world of technology has transformed, Japanese’s love for painting, calligraphy, and ‘paper’ media are still alive. As a result, Wacom is still in a niche market. The company has been increasing the size of its display products to be larger in size. They now have a tablet with display and pen, which shows what has been said with the pen in real time.
First, the side sashiko ties you up or have it knit, oukakushi vests, boro dress, ushanka with kimono, moto jacket, and a certain kind of pajama. I'm not completely positive on the jacket being Oiran specific, but it was on the Oiran route so I have put it on the list. The pajamas was actually pretty fun and interesting to draw because of the different styles of the various monsters and the heights.
The taibatsu refrence technically doesn't need to be precise or spot on in detailing but I just wanted to show you how fun it can be when drawing the fashions of another culture, preferably one that you're not very familiar with. I'm pretty sure most people familiar with the oiran would be able to make out the styles at a glance, but any errors I made in putting them together should be fun. If you want, you can see the reference to compare them. As far as the accuracy of certain styles, once again I am not interested in a technical analysis of the proccess. 7211a4ac4a