This shirt was made to look scrappy and grungy.. hopefully I achieved that effect, heh heh.
It started out as a $1 regular white v neck shirt I got at a thrift-type store.
^ Shirt on (1).
^ Shirt on (2). (The rib cage is not really crooked like that in real. My corpse deformed the fabric a bit in this picture.)
^ Front design. I printed out a stencil, cut out the pieces on black fabric and sewed them onto the shirt. Also sewed an old zipper on there. Then I splattered the shirt with "Dye-na-Flow" dye stuff from Michaels.
^ Detail of stitching on the skeleton. Made to look scrappy and pieced together on purpose. Some of the stitches actually cover up stains or small holes.
^ Back of shirt. The patch was placed to cover up a rather nasty stain. It's not the same white.. eh, who cares, like any other part of the shirt is anything close to perfect.
There are also two D-rings on the shirt, one on each side seam, at the bottom of the shirt.
^ Detail of "Frankenstein" stitching on patch on the back of the shirt and blood splatter.
^ D-ring on side of shirt.
Well, that's it!
Thanks for looking.