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Romantic Europe meets NYC: the ROBERT GELLER thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by pickpackpockpuck, Jan 1, 2012.

  1. GBear

    GBear Distinguished Member

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    The design portion is probably going to be the toughest part. Learning to draw is easy, just mileage and practice. And learn how to use copics on vellum (TBH, I don't like the Canson Vellum he uses, LOL!).
     


  2. hoodyear

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    Why? You're still learning.

    What do you have to lose? Other than 20 bucks.
     


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    Merely my opinion.
    I meant *If you can't draw at all* then it might be rough.
    Not so much if you can draw reasonably but are not great at drawing garment technicals.

    But whatever. :slayer:
     


  4. GBear

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    IMHO, other than cost, there are no downsides to taking any class; always something you can learn. $20 is a steal...unlike these Art Center prices...
     


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    i know this has been asked 1m times but what's a good proxy for rakuten/yahoo japan? gotta stop missing stuff i want because i haven't looked into this
     


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    fromjapan.co.jp is super reliable. It can be a bit spendy, but I've had no problems with them and they're pretty much all automated, so there's no waiting for a response.
     
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    +1 on fromjapan. Little pricier but super efficient and you will save huge on customs duties
     


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    Looks like fw14 5 pocket skinnies will be 100% cotton... will that be the first time hes done that?
     


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    Speaking of Y!JP, a guy is selling the dotted and striped leather gloves on there for pretty cheap:
    http://page8.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/h184810757

    I'm hoping they fit when my striped pair arrive.

    FYI I just noticed he has a recent negative feedback for a pair of the gloves due to scratches/gouges. Hope my pair is not too bad.

    There's also a used 46 long plaid on rakuten for under a bill.
     


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    Dumb question but I have a dip dye that's too big on me. What would happen if I tried shrinking it in the wash a half size?
     


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    I got that fishtail parka off redit, heres a quick lowquality image.
    Really nice, glad someone posted on here, because I would have never gotten a 52 for that cheap.

    [​IMG]
    Gellerx4
     


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    that reminds me i have a pair of the striped gloves i'm not keeping if anyone wants them
     
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    I was like, those are Geller jeans?? :uhoh:
    But then I realized they are the Richard pants from the sample sale and I feel much better. :thumbs-up:
     
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