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1  I made my boyfriend a panda! Wait, he's a panda now? in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by ibimus on: April 29, 2009 01:42:35 AM
Correction: I did not turn my boyfriend into a panda, but I did make one for him.
So he really loves pandas. And he's a super talented guitarist.

So heres this. Smiley










He's has a bowtie, and a little tiny top hat. His guitar has a proper headstock with tuning pegs and all six strings and frets and the whole shebang. The last picture is next to my chapstick (Burt's Bees. Represent! Smiley ) so you can get an idea of the size of this cute little guy.
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2  Re: A question about a dress.. now with pictures. in Designer Clothing Homage by ibimus on: September 25, 2005 05:10:55 PM
Okay...I made a sketch ofthe dress, just to get an idea of it's shape, but upon scanning it, the pencil didn't show up well. So, you'll have to look at both drawings to see all of the detail (some of which is still missng. It looks better on paper than on the computer),but it gives a general idea.
It's all one dress...just a basic fitted tube top (with ragged tulle trim), red fabric band on the hips, and a asymmetrical balloon skirt...short in the front, and long in the back. It looks like there is a red lining, and some more of that ragged tulle, placed wherever it looks best.
Anyway, that's just my interpretation of it.

This one shows the skirt detail a little better


While in this drawing, you can actually see the outline on the top.
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3  Re: Promalong - Making your own Prom dress? Join the club! in Clothing Sewalongs by ibimus on: September 19, 2005 07:43:08 PM
Okay...I probably won't be going to my prom in the Spring (being homeschooled and as single as single gets. :p Unless a friend will go with me.), but I designed my dress anyway...SOMEDAY! I will wear this...

Thetop is an orange-sherbert coloured taffeta (same colour and material as http://www.imdb.com/gallery/granitz/2668/Events/2668/ScarlettJo_Grani_4200459_400.jpg?path=pgallery&path_key=Johansson,%20Scarlett)
And the bottem is done in LOADS of white tulle ('cause I'm in love with the stuff)
Sorry my sketch is sloppy...I scribbled it in about 5 minutes with a ballpoint pen...Tongue Eventually I'll draw it in my sketchbook, using a pencil, and make it look really nice.

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