Category:Cosplay Rule 63: Genderswap a character from a popular work of fiction.
The Mona Lisa, one of the world’s most famous portraits. So famous, that I’m not even going to post a picture of my source material on the page... well... maybe I will since it “Might be good to include an image of the original character in your post”, but not ‘til the bottom.
Painted between 1503-1506 by Leonardo Da Vinci, she has been bought, stolen, hidden, acquired, vandalised and displayed through the ages. But, what if the portrait was not that of Lisa Gherardini, the wife of Francesco del Giocondo, but rather Francesco’s brother!? I give you, the portrait of Bro-ah Leo!
The brick-built background for the image.
The people pieces for the subject.
The original image, which you probably didn't really need anyway, right?
I see where you were going with this and I really like your "sideways" thinking. The background work was well thought out and really what made this go from "fig on a plate" to "nice entry." Score of 3 ~ Chris.