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If you can't identify fabrics at home by burning or with a microscope I'd be pretty hesitant to buy direct sales from factories. This isn't a latent racism thing, it's widely accepted in the industry that you need to be doing your own fabric identification tests even when you're visiting factories to determine fibre compositions.
I'll second the above. I have a used industrial at home and to be honest it's a pain in the ass sometimes(it's really old). I'd look into a Juki if you're going that route, try to find one with an electronic pedal and not mechanical, much better control. Have you sewed before? Don't buy a machine without trying a couple out first.
Loose pants are the near future but that double rivet at the crotch and extra panel are weird and not in a particularly good way.
Like technical stuff, or trying to find "aesthetically pleasing" guidelines? The rest is pretty personal and you sort of have to feel it out imo. I only take one shot per scene but that's also because I'm a student and can't afford to blow through rolls of film.Have a look at Cambridge in Colour if you haven't already, that's where I started reading. Take my opinion with a pinch of salt though because I read fuck all and just wing it most of the time.
Love the colours, but not really feeling the really chunky cuff. I think if you rolled once or twice more it'd really help with the visual weight of the cuff looking off against the slimmer silhouette of the chucks.Layering is really nice.
You're mad because people won't ship express at their expense all the way to Australia? Be thankful that they even offer free standard, they're shipping clothes to you from the literal other side of the world. I used to get mad about paying anywhere up to $60 for shipping, but I think it helps you really consider if what you're buying is worth it.
Stitches has been around a long time on the CM side, and had been trying to learn SW&D for a minute. That was his first really good fit after crossing over.
Yeah mang got a Canon AE-1, I've been shooting on Portra 160 recently and it needs a lot of light, but it makes some really flat shots so vibrant. I'll probably try the 400 next.
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