I am surprised to find several girls commenting about ill-fitting bras and how the bra here should be smaller. I would encourage my brethren to stand in front of mirrors and lift their arms up and observe what happens to their breasts when they do that. I know that not everybody inspects breasts anatomically as part of their occupation, but a basic awareness of one's own anatomy surely isn't too much to ask for?
I love the randomness of the details: the tattoos, the cardigan print, the chunky chain; when it's all put together it somehow works, especially against the urban, gritty background. The girl looks special in her lace lingerie, but she's no delicate flower that will perish in this environment. It's a photograph that makes one think. Congrats on the DD
This is really beautiful :3 Love the contrast of colours against your skin <3 And last time I checked, for all you ill informed people, lifting your arms does in fact make your boobs move away from the comfort of your bra. But hey, who am I to say, I just have a pair and they move with my skin.
This is nice, but I really don't see how it's Daily Deviation worthy. Also, a smaller bra size should really be considered, as all I am seeing is the form of a loose bra and not the actual bust giving it any shape. It's not very flattering. :/
Agreed. There is nothing wrong with small boobs...as long as they are placed in correct size bra. It looks just weird from the side, with too big cup...and I find it really silly how many people try to white knight her, saying it's either hair or shadow. Pfft.
Just stating my opinion. I can do that, can't I? Or is there a rule in here somewhere about that? No, I think not. Anyway, I'm pretty sure if one of my drawings got a DD, plenty of people would be saying such things, as I am not very skilled. But I'm "anyone" aren't I? Yes, but in everything there are still expectations, and I simply couldn't see how this was meeting any in comparison to other DDs, that is all I meant. Thank you.
Actually there is a rule against that. If you don't approve of a Daily Deviation you should bring it up with the volunteer who featured it, and not post it on the artist's page since they had nothing to do with being featured.
Ah, I see. I truly did not know of this rule, do excuse me then. I always see pretty mean comments on certain DDs, but no one ever brings up that rule to them, so I wouldn't have known until now. I wasn't trying to be rude about the DD in any way or saying it was bad or anything like that, I just thought it was a little surprising to see it get a DD when other similar DDs are a little more than that. It's not enough for me to say it shouldn't have gotten a DD though, I only meant it wasn't the usual.
It's still quite rude. There is no way in hell you'd want someone saying that on your art. Just because I dont care for this kind of work doesn't mean it doesn't deserve a feature. You've just been totally rude to the person who made this photo for no reason, just because someone could do that to you. I'll have you know this person didnt choose this to be featured and doesn't deserve treatment just because someone has an opinion.
This person hasn't been on for 95 weeks, I really don't think they care. If it's taken as rude, well sorry, but no need for your concern. I didn't say, "Ew omg, she's sooo ugly!" Or call her a slut or anything like that, now that I wouldn't find too nice, and I would certainly defend anyone whose art has comments like that. And please, you act like I'm bullying someone and I am most certainly not, why don't you go reply to someone who has actually said something mean, there's plenty of those people around. I'm not being mean or rude to anyone and I'm not going to be scolded for it either.
While I have encountered people who do that and pad up the bra so that it looks bigger underneath clothes, for a naked shoot people usually put on a smaller bra that emphasises the cleavage better, no?
You can't judge whether a bra is the correct size for a woman when she has her arms raised. That is not how one stands when getting measured for a bra. For good reason.
Your name on your profile is Roza, which is a girl's name, so I'm going to assume you are of the female sex. Your comment displays a phenomenal lack of awareness of the female anatomy. When you lift your arms up, the ligaments in your breasts pull up the rest of your breasts so that they look "flatter". I encourage you to do this in front of the mirror, with and without a bra.
In case you think I am joking, this is one of the reasons why doctors do a breast examination with the arm of the woman raised as in the image in Step 4 here: www.breastcancer.org/symptoms/… .
I am quite aware of how anatomy works and believe me, even when I lift my arms, my boobs, neither all those of other girls, don't vanish to the point that the bra size looks like it's 3-4 sizes too small. That's all.