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Instead of using Natalie’s generic original clothing, I found some 1946 French fashion plates and adapted an outfit from this one.

Grandpa Pip: “Sorry, doll, but I don’t have the money for a woman right now. I’m a freelancer, who’s between jobs…

“…and your clothes are way too nice for a whore. What’s going on here?”

Grandpa Pip: Désolé, poupée, mais je n’ai pas la monnaie pour une femme en ce moment. J’suis un pigiste, qui est entre travaux…

…et vos vêtements sont bien trop élégants pour une putain. Qu’est-ce qui se passe ici?

1 Comment

FelinaofL2 on Mon Sep 21, 2009 8:11 pm

Why is Natalie reminding me of Ingrid Bergman?

Must be the trenchcoat. 😀

NeoEevee on Wed Sep 23, 2009 4:01 am

Weeelll, Natalie has green eyes, Grandpa Pip has blue eyes… and Pip has green eyes, and Yumiko has blue eyes. I mean, there are other ways that could occur, but it seems a bit of an odd coincedence.

Anyway, Yumiko and Pip being cousins is now a part of my personal canon. AND NO AMOUNT OF LOGIC CAN CHANGE THAT

GAH, EVANGELION’S THEME SONG GOES TOO FAST, I CAN’T TYPE OUT THE LYRICS AS I LISTEN

SailorPtah on Wed Sep 23, 2009 9:04 am

If they were, say, “gold eyes flecked with purple” or some other esoteric color (and remember, we’re using anime standards of esoteric), then I can see this making sense. But how many blue-eyed people are there in the world? In Hellsing alone, we have Seras, Integra, and Walter – does that mean they’re all related?

Natalie’s eye color isn’t even specified in Coyote – that’s just a part of Shine canon. And Yumiko’s eyes are black (well, dark brown) in Shine canon. I’m pretty sure they’re not blue in Hellsing proper, either.

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