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“What is notable is that Armin allows the character to dictate the costume. Clown has been subsumed by the character” from The Oxford Illustrated History of the Theatre edited John Russell Brown Oxford University Press 1995 page 191
Borrowing what others have posted, I’ve come up with a few visuals for Horatio. He’s a bit more academic than dashing. Possibly a geek before geeks where chic…LOL. I’m viewing him in more sobering colors–browns, blacks, greys. Less on the frills.
This is a picture of the poet, John Donne. […]
I should probably have made these sketches available far before now, as I’m typically meticulous in details even for minor characters. I like having every character in medias reas—such that every character, however minor, has an evident backstory. I also like having long discussions over each character—but, since it seems like I most turn into […]