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11  Flirty Arm Warmers in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by bunneahmunkeah on: February 21, 2013 07:31:50 PM
I spent a day making a few different kinds of arm warmers and these are some of my favorites.  Feel free to tell me what you think.
White lace arm warmers for that flirty look.



A set of kawaii arm warmers made of a rainbow heart patterned knit.



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12  Re: Mini Potion Bottes in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by bunneahmunkeah on: July 02, 2012 05:13:16 PM
To lovesclutter: after scouring my computed I've determind I must have lost those pictures in a recent computer malfuntion of historic proportions but I know where the cape is and can take some more pictures, it just may be a couple of days.

To Myrdda: I used resin, which was colored for some. Everythign in the bottles are fixxed and nothing moves or shifts in the bottles, best use of resin I've found to date Cheesy
Here a better picture of the bottled unicorn horn
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13  Mini Potion Bottes in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by bunneahmunkeah on: June 30, 2012 01:06:02 PM
Sometimes in life one just needs a mini potion to get through the day.  So I've created a potion for any situation. Cheesy

Milk straight from Lon Lon Ranch of hyrule.

A poe caught in a bottle straight from the plains of hyrule.


Love potions.. They even have a hidden heart at the bottom of both potions.

Mana potions for casting powerful spells..

Posion for the edge of ones blade if the magic thing doesn't work out. ;P

And last but not least Nirnroot to make those powerful health potions to recover from a long day of adventuring.

I love Nirnroot!
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14  Pillow Monsters in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by bunneahmunkeah on: June 29, 2012 11:07:42 PM
Sometimes you just gotta make something cute Cheesy

These are what I came up with.. The Zombie one is my favorite because of his awesome brains!


I make all my pillow monsters eyes special for that monster..

And then there is the kitty cat pillow monster.


With a unique identification tag just in case she wanders off Cheesy


What do you think?
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15  A Better Greybeard Cloak in Costumes: Completed Projects by bunneahmunkeah on: June 29, 2012 10:43:13 PM
So after making the first greybeard project I got a request to make another one.  So out of synthetic suede, velvet, and snakeskin a cloak and robe was born. 

Heres the cloak un fastened to show the robe underneath.  The robe has snakeskin paneling to match the trim on the cloak and look as authentic to the design as possible.

This is the cloak fastened.  to completely fasten there is 2 D-ring straps, four magnetic closures, and three buttons.  This cloak is amazingly secure when completely fastened.

And here is the front and back of the cloak once fastened.

And of course a Photoshopped picture of my cloak in a true skyrim setting...

What do you think dovahkiin?
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16  Re: Skyrim Greybeard Inspired Cloak in Costumes: Completed Projects by bunneahmunkeah on: May 22, 2012 04:55:21 PM
This is sooo cool!! nice work Cheesy


holy crap, the details in your work are outstanding!
I adore it!
thanks for sharing
S


I just have just been hired to make a Mens cloak. A more authentic cloak with a robe for a male client.  When I start the design thread, I will be sure to link back. In the meantime; this should wet the ole' whistle Cheesy

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17  *UPDATED 5/22* Skyrim Greybeard Inspired Cloak / Robe in Costumes: Completed Projects by bunneahmunkeah on: May 06, 2012 09:49:05 PM

Playing video games is fun but sporting real life costumes is always a fun way to the bring the magic of the games to real life.  While playing skyrim I was stuck with such love of the greybeard cloak that I had to make my own wearable version.

The dragons scales were each made one by one of black suede before being applied to the cloak as were the interior holsters. The holsters can hold either light weapons or potions as well as various other quest items.


There are also two exterior pockets that are disguised as dragon scales one on each side. The detailed vest is made of fleece and in all the cloak is very warm. It secures closed with two mini buckles on the front. The inside lining is black cotton and a grey semi-transparent fabric for a aged, ripped and tattered look befitting such on old cloak. The sleeves are made mostly with black sweatshirt fabric with a stripe of black fleece. It is also adorned with suede feather trim on the sleeves and shoulder pads and grey fleece trim along the edges of the cloak. The hood is made of a slinkier fabric which provides a nice draping when pulled over the head.
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