Well, I finally decided to post up my work. While I dabble in actual recon's what I am best at is creating and designing different types of drawings for my clothing. Gives it a bit of a personal touch, no?
Well here's what I got.NOTE: All of these designs were made with only fabric paint, felt, and were either sewn on or hot glued into place.
From a plain mucus green shirt (that for some reason I adore.) To this:
My Gear fetish:
The shirt is too large though, so I'll have to take it in somewhat, but still, it's comfy.http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v342/kitsue/ashley008.jpg
Here's one I made two years ago:http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v342/kitsue/ashley019.jpg
Here is my SNES controller hoodie.http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v342/kitsue/ashley012.jpg
The buttons are purposely placed higher than where the bust is because due to the fact that the majority of my friends are gamer GUYS, they like to grab my shoulders and actually use the shirt as their controller. So I made a good call on that. Gotta protect the girls, right?
Then this shirt I bought because I didn't have any collared shirts. But it was too plain, so I spiced it up! With Nachos.http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v342/kitsue/ashley001.jpg
If any of you craftsters are inspired to make a design of your own, I give you this advice. When washing these clothes, be sure to turn them inside out before the wash. Also use a fairly gentle setting.
And that's it! You've got an easy care and fun shirt.
When the laundry is done, I'll probably bring in more pictures. I went "trigger happy" with these things.