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16 June 2007 @ 09:08 pm
HAT  
Should I leave it like this? Y/N?


None of this is ironed, lawl
BUT....there's the basic top part of the outfit. I'm going to try to find that bat wing tie I made a few years ago, and if I can't, I've got a few other ideas for the front. Some of them involving red paint XD The bottom... is not done ;O

The parts on the hat are not glued down or anything, so I can take them off. I think it looks nice, but I'm not sure it matches what I'm going for. I can put other stuff on the hat, make new hat bands, etc. Just not sure if I should keep that or not. If I keep it, I'll probably tack it down with some fabri-tac to keep it from going anywhere. Thoughts? XD

(Yes, I'm still working on Jacketmonster, but we are locked in mortal combat, and I needed a break to do somthing else XD
 
 
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The Ten Thousand Things: Jack Frostkhet_tcheba on June 18th, 2007 01:52 pm (UTC)
Oh, I LIKE the vest-with-tails thing. What is the outfit going to be? If you mentioned it before, I'm dumb and forgot. :F
The Ten Thousand Things: Samanthakhet_tcheba on June 18th, 2007 01:54 pm (UTC)
...HAHAHAnevermind I'm reading entries backwards. I get it now.

That is a BADASS character design. WOW.
HIDE your facekyonomiko on June 18th, 2007 08:13 pm (UTC)
crackhead! haha
I knew you'd like my fauxedo vest XD

Should I keep that weirdass elizebethan riding stuff going on with the hat? Or should I take off the stripes and ribbon and put somthing different around it? D: I can't decide. Without input, I know I'm going to end up taking the lazy way and not doing anything. But taking into account the striped shirt.. I'm also going to have black fabric with silver pinstripes in the skirt I'm making. (And grey snakeskin, and black polyester that looks like leather, and white netty stuff... and red netty stuff... and probably some paint... XD)
The Ten Thousand Things: costumekhet_tcheba on June 18th, 2007 09:17 pm (UTC)
Hmmm...I guess it depends on the style of the skirt (well, it doesn't necessarily, but that makes it easier to visualize, or something). If you're using red and white netting, you could probably add some to the hat, too. Either as a veil (I'm completely in love with 40's hat styles) or as an alternative to the striped material in a big poofy swathe of poofiness that could trail down the back. Which is entirely Elizabethan riding hat-esque.