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post #151 of 1148
Beater pair of Dockers BS with upgrades; Friendship camo cord laces, oiled and off-white painted soles:
post #152 of 1148
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Originally Posted by BrianVarick View Post
Take better pictures, all i can see is painted red wings nonetheless decent.

That's all they are... you are not very good at egging people on.[/quote]

oh yeah my bad i thought the stuff on the chair was diy too.
post #153 of 1148
should i or shouldn't i dip my F+B elios in paint?
post #154 of 1148
Nah don't, i think it'll crack too much and maybe like crumble and stuff but itll look like you actually tried to dip it in paint and not like the natural "accidentally" spilling paint on it. Like MMM
post #155 of 1148
in spirit of the hybrid, modern-eclectic, interior design-inspired fashions going on, I'm playing with a nylon blazer popularized by Prada in the 90s and a classic jean jacket. Also something interior design inspired.
post #156 of 1148
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should i or shouldn't i dip my F+B elios in paint?

can you recommend a good brand of fabric paint?
post #157 of 1148
no, unfortunately. I do have a lot of house paint lying around, though.
post #158 of 1148
here is the aforementioned pleasure principal hoodie, crosspoast from waywt:

post #159 of 1148
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Originally Posted by xCrunchx View Post
this place is dead i have triple posted lol. anyway i saw this on one earlier page

http://www.blackbirdballard.com/Odyn...and_17656.html

anyone have any idea whatsoever on how to make something like it?

^ who cares they are ugly and not the relative type. ugly in essence.
post #160 of 1148
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^ who cares they are ugly and not the relative type. ugly in essence.

lols you got me,

nice synth
post #161 of 1148
Here's a quick picture of the 65% complete fremen robe. Still no fasteners on it, the trim/liner isn't totally attached, and the sleeves are a mess. However, I still think it's pretty awesome so far. Working with this much fabric is exceedingly un-fun, however - especially when you know nothing about garment design or construction. feel free to ask questions, although I doubt I'll be of much use.
post #162 of 1148
That is pretty rad tho
post #163 of 1148
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no, unfortunately. I do have a lot of house paint lying around, though.

ok, thanks. I did a little research and found that acrylic house paint will work best for pollocking my shirt sleeves
post #164 of 1148
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Here's a quick picture of the 65% complete fremen robe. Still no fasteners on it, the trim/liner isn't totally attached, and the sleeves are a mess. However, I still think it's pretty awesome so far. Working with this much fabric is exceedingly un-fun, however - especially when you know nothing about garment design or construction.



feel free to ask questions, although I doubt I'll be of much use.

The only stylish way to trek through post-apocalyptic north Africa.
post #165 of 1148
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post
Here's a quick picture of the 65% complete fremen robe. Still no fasteners on it, the trim/liner isn't totally attached, and the sleeves are a mess. However, I still think it's pretty awesome so far. Working with this much fabric is exceedingly un-fun, however - especially when you know nothing about garment design or construction. feel free to ask questions, although I doubt I'll be of much use.
sick. but seriously where do go with these rad fits? don't people stare and stuff? if you care that is. EDIT: Just had an idea which Mr Simons did . Replace buttons with velcro! http://4m.scene7.com/is/image/4m/raf...ki-ni_product$ or do this http://www.oki-ni.com/mens-tops/mais...nvt/mm0905wht/
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