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1  Preeeeeesenting....Doctor Lesbian Fairy Princess Kat!!!!! in Halloween Costumes by aeriana_eve on: November 01, 2006 06:08:48 PM
This is one of the most wearable pieces I've ever made.  A lot of my other projects have been one-time or one-day things, but this is one I think I'm going to be wearing to a lot of places.  (Minus the wings and crown Wink )  These pictures were taken by my good friend and wife, on halloween day.  If you'd like a more exciting look, click http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zK5whnecto8&eurl= for a video of my costume.   


The side view of my tuxedo top.  I reconstructed the jacket and made the pink cummerband, which has elastic at the back.


Three Muskateers pose!! 

The video protrays the costume best, because it shows it from all directions, and I zero in on each piece.  Thanks for checking this out!

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2  Miniature School Uniform in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by aeriana_eve on: October 17, 2006 07:12:03 PM
For my psychology course, we were asked to design a self-directed school with floor plan, dress code, rules, mission statement, etc.  I was given the task of designing the school and the uniform.  I ended up making this little outfit for disproportionate barbie girl-- here's to a good mark on the project!


Young student with her t-shirt and kilt.

The back of her teeny tiny kilt.

The side of her kilt- where the apron meets pleats.

Front of kilt, with GIANT pin...life size: 3/4"

Student standing in my real-life kilt.

PS:  If her eyes look weird...to be honest...i drew on them to try and make them asian.  It didn't work out.  Don't try that.
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3  Giant T-to-Hoodie Tunic! Avec super simple tutorial. Pix heavy! in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by aeriana_eve on: March 10, 2006 07:34:09 AM
Hey everyone!  I'm part of the cast in my school's production of Guys and Dolls, and as such we all get giant t-shirts.  (We get to put our names on the sleeve though...yay!)  After asking permission, I promptly browsed every single one of my favourite stores shirts, looked through tutorials here and on OhMyStars, and created my first recon!!  

http://www.shutterbook.com/photos/90412539874_15954.jpg
If you look closely, you'll see I cut too much off my neckline and sewed it back on...backwards...
http://www.shutterbook.com/photos/17997067140_15954.jpg
The back!  It's a hood...that I had to make bigger, (look closely again) and the giant Guys and Dolls logo underneath it.


My super simple tutorial...if you need more description, just post!!!

Viola!  On closing night, everyone dons their shirt and we wear it to the Cast Party...the shirt also counts as uniform for two weeks so I'm waiting-WAITING- to unveil it.  The show's in three weeks!

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