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post #181 of 189
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Actually I finished it, I just need to add the narration and music to it.. and write some. I make a cover, and ready. I guess it will be in 2 weeks. Just a few details: it is more than one hour (around 65 mins), without titles, and stills - only intensive shoemaking. I found out a very simple way for making a cemented shoe with leather sole for beginners, which can be done without machines.
post #182 of 189
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Actually ... this is a method what I NEVER use to make a bespoke shoe. But I think this is the first step of learning.

post #183 of 189
I really want one when it come out, thanks Marcell!
BTW, I got the upper, it look really nice.

Marcell,
Could you tell me what cement you used for cementing the upper and midsole?
post #184 of 189
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I am glad to hear that! Please keep me inform about your progress.

I consider to make an "advanced booking" (I hope it is he correct term) option to know how many copies I should make at first.
post #185 of 189
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Originally Posted by Fishball View Post
Marcell,
Could you tell me what cement you used for cementing the upper and midsole?

Oh, sorry I didn't answer to your question - a press glue. You can find some type in Algeos, Goetz shop.

BTW I have some new post in my blog.
post #186 of 189
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If you were ever interested how we, shoemakers make the high glossy shine on leather, antique effects - read this:

http://handmadeshoes.wordpress.com/2...oratory-visit/
post #187 of 189
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I can tell you the cost, but not the exact date yet. RTW will start at 450 euros MTO at 550. I wtill work on some details, so I would need more time. I hope not too much.. Thanks for understanding!

I cannot wait for your RTW line! Your shoes are so beautiful I may have to buy a pair of each model you produce
post #188 of 189
How do you order from Marcel? Or do you have to go to his shop ?
post #189 of 189
Marcell doesn't post here anymore. Contact him directly:

http://www.koronya.com/
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