>>510796>You shake your head.
"If you make the design abstract enough, that should sort out the 'uncanny valley' effect that'd be caused by a mostly realistic skeleton with a few anatomical errors.">Rarity nodded. “Okay, if you think that won't be a problem, I'll lean in that direction. I won't make it too cartoonish, lest it look like a child's costumem but I'll be careful to ensure it is clearly not meant to be a faithful anatomical representation.”>You smile in response.
"Thank you, Rarity. As far as glow-in-the-dark fabric, that won't be a problem; you can just make it out of regular fabric, and I'll enchant it myself.">Rarity bit her lip. “It might be difficult for you to get only the bones to glow. I'll just enchant the white fabric before I start sewing. The effect won't be as brilliant as professionally enchanted fabric, and it will fade with time, but it should be sufficient for a single-use costume.”
"Okay, you're the expert. As far as Glimmer, that's a rather significant oversight; I can't believe that problem didn't occur to me. Anyway, just add a smaller skeleton to the pattern over my belly; I think that should convey the joke enough without having to actually clothe my fetus.">Rarity giggled. “That is certainly doable. I should have your costume done before sunset. Stop by after you visit the others and you can pick it up.”
"Thank you again so much for your help on such short notice. I'll pay extr–">“Nonsense!” Rarity interjected. “You will accept this gift free of charge, and you will get on with what you need to do. If your request were unreasonable, I would not have accepted it.”>You know this isn't entirely true, but you decide it's not worth pressing the issue, so you just nod.
"Okay, if you insist. Just remember to finish your costume first.">“Yes, yes, you've made that request abundantly clear. I'll continue on my costume as soon as we're done here.">You clear your throat.