It was Father’s Day!
Ib’s colors are so faint, she looks like a ghost.
Regardless, Ib clinging on her dad’s shoulder.
[He then talked about some new merchandise, but it’s not that interesting. There is this, though, which he wanted to make creepier but figured it wouldn’t sell. The blue dolls really are mascots now, I guess.]
To father, wherever he is!
|Just saying, love it when you post lots of good fanart (that I haven't seen), specially with the source of each. -The one with little Ib-Mary made my day!-|
Thank you very much! I do try my hardest to make sure everything I post is sourced! And if I see art that isn’t sourced in the tag which I enjoy I’ll find the source myself and post the fanart !
I have never read a confession or a theory talking about the famous Fake Garry, the Garry that came out in the ending “Ib All Alone.” I made out this awesome theory, but I will make it short ‘cause it might sound kind of offensive to some people.
Imagine: Fake Garry is a picture, a painting. How did it appear? It appeared from Ib’s feelings; those feelings about Garry, the good ones and the bad ones. The ones that make her crazy… crazy enough to create him!
After Ib burned Mary’s painting and again made sure that Garry was sleeping, she goes to the exit of the sketchbook and then to the huge painting named “Fabricated World.” There, before jumping out, she was thinking about all the things that she will forget (because the title says so) and how she will forget Garry and leave him behind. She didn’t want to, so she “called him” to be alive again: her mind made Fake Garry, so she didn’t have to leave him behind, so she doesn’t have to forget him.
|about the love me not thing- eh, true. i haven't played the game in some time and i can't remember every single thing about it, so i simply thought that the reason why they don't attack you- and subsequently aren't there- is because they left to avoid her. oh, well|
|You could also say that the Ladies of Color want your rose because they were painted with Guertena's haughty, greedy suitresses in mind, thus having that emotion carried onto the painting itself. The 'loves me, loves me not,' could just be an extension of the fact that they wished to court the artist.|
|i was thinking about this on the bus... the paintings attacking you. why do they attack you? because they're helping mary. the women in the paintings stop appearing once you get mary on your side. they are actively helping her get to the outside world by trying to kill someone, but they don't want to betray what she is by not attacking her at all, whereas the rest of the dangers she can fake being affected by.|