OMG:-D!OMG!:-DIfit seems to methatthis is not acase of"image" from the Polish.XIX.centuryvillage:-D!?!?!?!?!!Somethingwonderful,untilI shrugged(I ama pole, andI'm interested in Polishfolk)But ifit's not "image"from thePolish,and sois perfectand wonderful
It's pretty cool! Especially for traditional media! *__* Huh, how could get people offended by a Russian song name? o_O Say what nation's traditional wear did you use for this? It reminded me of "székely" (kinda transylvanian) outfit but I'm guessing there are more similar clothes out there. Just curious.
I try not to think too much about it anymore. I changed it. They were satisfied and that's that.
As for the clothes... I was googling for Polish folk garbs, but in the end mixed up several costumes I stumbled over. Took a skirt from here, a waistcoat there aso. My mom said the dress seemed Hungarian to her. *g* So I guess I am safe when I declare the attire "generally slavic".
What I like about this is definitely the atmosphere. It's so festive. And also the sense of motion. You did a fantastic job with the swaying clothes. May I ask why people got offended with using a Russian song for a title?
Ich vermute, das waren Russenhasser, welche das Lied nicht mochten. Jedermann wer anfängt, Kalinka leise vor sich zu summen, und dabei Dein Bild anschaut, wird merken, wie die Wesen darin anfangen, herumzuwirbeln und im takt zu klatschen. Meisterwerk!