Authoring, ie portrayed characters and their surroundings do not belong to any product (anime, movie, game), and is entirely an invention of the artist. single:
Images depicting only one character.
No one else should be visible in the picture. tall image:
An image that has aspect ratio of less than 1:1 (height is bigger than width).
This tag is automatically added to images. blush:
Pink or scarlet cheeks. light erotic:
Images with girls wearing lewd clothes, swimsuits, having visible underwear (or lack thereof while wearing outer clothing) or (and) shown in suggestive poses.
Body parts such as genitals and female nipples are not directly depicted. dress:
One of the common varieties of the top women's clothing. chinese dress:
The cheongsam is a body-hugging one-piece Chinese dress for women; the male version is the changshan.
The English loanword cheongsam comes from chèuhngsāam (Simp./Trad. Chinese: 长衫/長衫, 'long shirt/dress'), the Cantonese pronunciation of the Shanghainese term zǎnze or zansae, by which the original tight-fitting form was first known. The Shanghainese name was somewhat in contrast with usage in Mandarin and other Chinese dialects, where chángshān (the Mandarin pronunciation of 長衫) refers to an exclusively male dress (see changshan) and the female version is known as a qipao.
In Hong Kong, where many Shanghai tailors fled to after the communist revolution in China, the word chèuhngsāam may refer to either male or female garments. The word keipo (qipao) is either a more formal term for the female chèuhngsāam, or is used for the two-piece cheongsam variant that is popular in China. Traditionally, usage in Western countries mostly followed the original Shanghainese usage and applies the Cantonese-language name cheongsam to a garment worn by women.