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post #6961 of 18107
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Originally Posted by bboowwyy View Post

So i just thrifted a mannequin, but i find the bare legs look awkward.
Should i throw some random pants on there? I don't really fancy cutting them off, as the stand comes out of one of the legs.
The other option is cloning them out in Photoshop, which is something i'd rather avoid.

Quick example;
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This is gorgeous.

post #6962 of 18107
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Originally Posted by bboowwyy View Post

So i just thrifted a mannequin, but i find the bare legs look awkward.
Should i throw some random pants on there? I don't really fancy cutting them off, as the stand comes out of one of the legs.
The other option is cloning them out in Photoshop, which is something i'd rather avoid.

Quick example;
 

Someone beat me to it, cover it with something that'll look like your background.

post #6963 of 18107

HUGE - If you already knew about this, shame on you for not sharing  :lol:

 

http://www.trackitonline.ru

 

Bookmark it, save it, use it. This site just saved me a item not received refund in paypal.

 

Long Story Short - Guy buys item, says it's not delivered, tracking shows delivered on USPS website, guy opens case in PAYPAL**** (see note below), I would lose case due to tracking to the UK only..... www.trackitonline.ru saves the day.

 

 

****Paypal has a MUCH stricter policy for shipping international. Where ebay says you must prove the item was delivered to the Country (in this case the UK), paypal says you must prove that the item was delivered to the correct city (knotting hill). HUGE loop hole for people who avoid the ebay case and jump over to paypal knowing this. With a little luck http://www.trackitonline.ru will have additional tracking information online (like they did in my case). To further help protect yourself, 100% make sure you save the 4th page on the international customs forms that are stamped by the post office when you send the package out. If a case it open for an item not received (that shows delivered online to the country) I was told the majority of the time if you scan the stamped customer form and upload it to the case, paypal will verify the tracking number matches the ship to address and you will win. If you CAN NOT prove via online or the customs form it was delivered to the correct CITY, you will LOSE the case even

 

I should note, this is very rare (1st time ever for me) and really takes someone overseas knowing what they are doing to beat the system. Most everyday people just open a case in ebay and if you do everything correct you will be protected, BUT if they know the rules they will try to avoid ebay and jump to paypal to open the case. You need to take all steps to help protect yourself in case this happens.

post #6964 of 18107
Hey everyone,

I've been working with corijennin
http://www.ebay.com/sch/corijennin/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from=
for a year.

I am a REPEAT buyer b/c the seller has an ample supply of anything and everything ebay related supplies, very responsive, and the price/quality is superb! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!

(no, I do not know the seller personally)
post #6965 of 18107

Does anyone have a table or something so that I can know if my jacket is a L, S, or R? I have a general idea about chest size - a measured 39" would be a 42 (or 44 depending on the brand/waist). Have no idea how to go about figuring S, L, R though. :/

post #6966 of 18107
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Originally Posted by Lirum View Post

Does anyone have a table or something so that I can know if my jacket is a L, S, or R? I have a general idea about chest size - a measured 39" would be a 42 (or 44 depending on the brand/waist). Have no idea how to go about figuring S, L, R though. :/
Approximates
Sleeve > 26. L
Sleeve < 24 s
Else r
post #6967 of 18107
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Originally Posted by Lirum View Post
 

Does anyone have a table or something so that I can know if my jacket is a L, S, or R? I have a general idea about chest size - a measured 39" would be a 42 (or 44 depending on the brand/waist). Have no idea how to go about figuring S, L, R though. :/

5'5-5'7 is Short

5'8-5'10 is Regular

5'11-6'2 is Long

Anything beside that you're stevenkmason

post #6968 of 18107

I'm sure this question has come up before but if I have a jacket tagged 38R but is one of these modern high button stance and short BOC deals, do I list it as a 38S? (Clearly, actual measurements will be provided.)

post #6969 of 18107
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Originally Posted by hbkshin View Post
 

5'5-5'7 is Short

5'8-5'10 is Regular

5'11-6'2 is Long

Anything beside that you're stevenkmason

 

Doesn't help me if all I have to go on is sleeve/jacket length. I was looking for something more like sparrow's post. 

post #6970 of 18107
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Originally Posted by Lirum View Post
 

 

Doesn't help me if all I have to go on is sleeve/jacket length. I was looking for something more like sparrow's post. 

Ah. Most of my jackets have differing lengths even between both being R's Some are longer or shorter than others

post #6971 of 18107

First world Ebay problems... I'm going to be shipping at least 30 items tomorrow!

post #6972 of 18107

Can I use Regional Rate boxes to ship internationally as Priority Mail International?

post #6973 of 18107
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Originally Posted by Lirum View Post
 

Can I use Regional Rate boxes to ship internationally as Priority Mail International?

Yes, no special rates though...99% sure that A's and B's both say for domestic or intl, the C's say domestic only so i just sharpie it all out.

post #6974 of 18107
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Originally Posted by Tweets View Post
 

Yes, no special rates though...99% sure that A's and B's both say for domestic or intl, the C's say domestic only so i just sharpie it all out.

 

So it's the same cost as shipping in a brown cardboard box: measured by weight? 

 

Shit, I have to rethink my system if so.

post #6975 of 18107
Related, can you wrap a regional rate box with paper and still use it as a regional rate?
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