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1  Re: 2015 Annual DeStash-Along in Craftalongs by scaramouche on: January 03, 2015 03:14:13 AM
1/3 of my fabric stash in it's natural state:



My chainmaille stash in it's natural state:



And my first tiny stash buster:

A bunch of Thors hammers (the big ones are bronze the small ones aluminium)

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2  Re: HP Craftalong ~Winter Semester 2014/2015~ JOIN ANYTIME! in Craftalongs by scaramouche on: January 03, 2015 03:08:59 AM
Class: Transfiguration
SPEW: N/A
House: Hufflepuf (New student)
Project Name: Chainmaille Thor's hammers
Project Page Link: N/A
Brief Description: 3 Chainmaille hammers that are so tiny they certainly fit inside a matchbox.
Project Picture:


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3  Fox beastling armour/costume in Costumes: Completed Projects by scaramouche on: January 02, 2015 05:10:50 AM
For the past six years I have played larp and this year I finally decided it was time to craft my own leather armour. I made it over summer and worn it to Drachenfest and a childrens event where I am a teacher.

Proper full view picture:


Everything in this costume was completely handmade it includes, with exception of the shoes and the armbracers(picture show different varieties) My mum braids my hair for me and I do my own facepaint for all events.
- Shirt (I have two more backups for longer events)
- Wide legged pants (again two extra sets for longer events)
- A green linen overcoat with short sleeves and a ridiculously high collar
- A brown wool overcoat with no sleeves and a shorter collar (only on the fox beastling pictures)

Leatherwork:
- Kidneybelt with detachable front panel with snaps (different drawings for every character)
- Chest armour with detachable straps (there are three varieties) plain straps/fur shoulders/Pauldrons on both sides.
- Daggerholder detachable (horizontal connects to my kidneybelt)

Picture where you can see the lace-up in the front and the Ivy shaped leaves on the pauldrons


here's a picture of the back:
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4  exam pieces for make-up school in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by scaramouche on: April 18, 2011 09:45:09 AM
Hi everyone,

Lately I've really been getting back to facepainting classes. I recently took three exams and these are the pro-shot products:

First off:
Airbrush level one - Reptiles
Fully airbrush make-up, I'm really proud of this since airbrush has proven to be very hard!


Facepaint level 3 - Wild cats
The point of this facpaint was to create a fur-look. Therefore I applied 5 different colors of Kryolan aquacolor. Every line you see was painted on separately.


And the last one:
Make-up - Flowers as inspiration
For this one, everyone of my classmates picked very summer-y flowers. I decided to go for something a bit darker.

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5  Tiger facepaint in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by scaramouche on: January 10, 2011 12:34:35 PM
I did a little facepaint practice session today. This paint was done on myself and took me about an hour to complete. For anyone interested the design is from a book called ''funky faces'' and the paints are a mixture of Grimas and a bit of metallic Kryolan  for the center copper colour.





I'm hoping to complete one facepaint every week from now on and this is kind of a good start I believe.
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6  My ''steampunk'' take on the mad-hatter in Costumes: Completed Projects by scaramouche on: September 28, 2010 07:43:24 AM
So, for my exam for this 10 week costume design course I took I had to make a costume based on the tea-party scene from Alice in Wonderland, Not a big deal for a wonderland fan.

I already had a steampunky design in my head that I wanted to make so I shoved the two together and made this. Basically it was a 2 week full time.

I made everything except the shoes. Handpainted the lace on the hat, made the hat itself, made a shirt, skirt, leather top, bloomers vest and the jewelry. I also did a make-up design that I painted on myself. I didn't use any patterns, cause well; I basically fail at using them.



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7  Re: For the love of Faeries swap Gallery! in The Swap Gallery by scaramouche on: April 30, 2010 02:32:10 AM
I finally recieved my awesome package Cheesy International shipping can be a pain. But wow, was this an awesome package.

First off the entire box:

Then a pile of magnets and pins with images from Omnia (my favorite band), Victoria frances and Brian Froud.


A Narnia binder, I love Narnia but it's nearly impossible to find cool stuff here in the Netherlands. An Omnia cd-pouch and a green man mask for Larp Cheesy


Some more extra's; soap, a fairy keychain, and two traditional New zealand gifts.


A scarf, her very first one, it's incredibly soft, and so nice.


Three lovely little fearies she made, which are now sitting with my collection of witches Cheesy


And last but not least, my by far favorite item. A sewing kit, that I can take along to faires and events. It's decorated and she even painted the faun and the fairy on it herself!




Thank you sooooo much, I love everything.
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8  Don't take the fire fairy outside...... in Costumes: Completed Projects by scaramouche on: February 12, 2010 09:16:44 AM
It just might be cold  Grin


There might be kind of a wordy description following, if you're just here for the pictures just skip it Cheesy

So the annual Omnia fairyball is this sunday, and with the dresscode (fairy like, sexy or just Omnia) I didn't have anything appropriate to wear. Looking trough my piles of fabric didn't help either. Not heaving the funds to go and buy some new fabrics I just couldn't manage to put a nice color combination together.
Until......
I found this piece of beautiful fabric I got from my aunt. It had been in the huge bag of scraps and I didn't know it was this big! Soon the idea of my firefairy was born.

Since I went trough a kind of a rough time I didn't have any of my patterns on hand; I just scribbled some stuff down and started cutting. Adjusting some piece while on the go. When I finished the dress I decided I needed wings to emphasize the fact that we were indeed dealing with a fairy here.
I also made myself a pair of armwarmers with some black fleece in it, to match my stockings, A pair of legwarmers and a hairband.

So I used a tutorial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6YAUxeopgNw
To make wings:


And just for the hell of it Smiley


More pictures coming soon, I'm also planning on making a little bag, a wand and a mask so I can take the costume to the summer faires.

Comments en critics very much appreciated!
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9  Re: November 2009 Birthday Swap Gallery and Discussion in The Swap Gallery by scaramouche on: December 10, 2009 09:11:07 AM
I recieved the most awesome package today here's some pics. Have to do the quick route though. Cause I'm off to work in like 15 minutes Tongue

First off there were a ton of squares for my patchwork skirt; I especially love the orange and blue ones.


Then there was a huge pile of awesomeness, buttons, trim and even badges with my favorite quotes on them.


Some costume jewelry, the cross necklace goes so well with my costume for the weekend. I see if I can get a picture takes this weekend to show it off Tongue



The three buttons, I'm such a geek Tongue

- And then Buffy staked Edward, the end.
- Joss Whedon is my master now
- I randomly check closets for Narnia.

Thank you so much, this package totally made my day, and will probably make my entire weekend! Thanks stawberryh
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10  Re: Jar of Whimsies 6 GALLERY in The Swap Gallery by scaramouche on: October 20, 2009 04:19:49 AM
I got my package, so on the the pictures

The wrappings,


the whimsies


My favorite whimsies:

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