right arm was amputated trans-tibially (through the upper arm), about
four inches below the shoulder. Both her legs are trans-femur
amputations (through the thigh), roughly halfway down. She doesn't have
Bikko-style hypertrophic scarring at any of these locations, though the
injuries only occured roughly three months ago, so they're still quite
new, and still healing completely.
She's learning to walk again
with a pair of prosthetic legs; these include artificial knees
(hydraulic models, I think), and she uses silicone sheathes that then
hold the sockets in place via suction. Her prosthetic right arm is a
mixture of cosmetic and functional, with a myolectric hand and
bodypowered elbow; it's also held in place via suction between the
socket and the stump.
Her right eye was lost, and has since been
fitted with a prosthetic orb and a cosmetic 'glass eye' that looks
quite a bit like her real one, though you can tell up close. There was
some scarring over her eyelids and above and below the socket, since
the eye was lost via a chunk of shrapnel in the accident, and it tore
up the surroundings somewhat, too. Not as large as the first picture in
the thread, but noticible.
She wears relatively simple sets of
clothing...gowns, housecoats, etc. Shit, almost forgot: Her hair is
somewhat short all-round, the original picture in this thread is
actually not that far off...she hasn't been wearing it up in ribbons or
barrettes or such much, since she doesn't like people helping her with
it, and she can only do so much by herself.
Not entirely sure what I think about all this, but if people feel the need, who am I to object?