For anyone who has seen me wearing my own designs in public, it is probably no surprise that Morning Dance is my favorite colorway of all the Royal Batiks. It has cheerful, rainbow greens, blues and a touch of purple, blending into a more naturalistic woodsy palette. It reminds me of hiking on Oahu – the intensity of color in the sunshine, the earthiness of the undergrowth in the forest shade.
It is also special because it is based on the first fractal I ever took through the process I use to construct the batik textures for Infinitum, the one most associated with those exciting discoveries.
On the other hand – as has been pointed out to me by certain Purple fans – Morning Dance is not Purple. I loved purple long before I was a Prince fan (and I am), and though Royal Batik already has Evening Mist…
… it could be said that Evening Mist is Not Purple Enough.
A search for Enough Purple ensued, back at the Ultra Fractal gradient stage. On that journey, the seed image for Midnight Visit was discovered – a new colorway in the Royal Batik series.
I’m not sure it is Enough Purple, but I like it. Midnight Visit, the new color in Spyralle’s Royal Batik Collection, is introduced with Kirana, a new dress – sleek, slim, island-casual. Flattering to the figure, sensual but not revealing.
Of course, Kirana also appears in the most popular Royal Batik color, Lava Flow, and our other Royal Batik patterns released so far.
All six Kirana dresses are exclusive to the Spoonful of Sugar Festival, a benefit for Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), through September 23. Proceeds from four of the colors, including Midnight Visit, are a donation to this important cause. The physicians and other health workers of Doctors Without Borders provide emergency medical care in some of the most dangerous places of the world. Please go to the festival and donate what you can. The shopping is pretty fine, too!
Hair: Exile “Reveling in You”
Skin: Glam Affair Luna
Shape: Kerryth Tarantal personal shape 2016 #4