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1  Theatre Project: Tom Jones in Costumes: Completed Projects by sairosaurus on: December 13, 2009 09:17:28 PM
Hi guys, I recently helped out with some of the costume making for Tom Jones, a production by the Guild Theatre in Sydney.

Directed by Alan Mundy

Costume Design - Leone Cripps

The following costumes were made for the Guild Theatre at Rockdale, for their 2009 production of Tom Jones. This production was a huge undertaking for a community theatre costume department. I think we did well considering time constraints, budget, and the fact I broke my left wrist in the first week of costume production!
Here's a couple of pics of some of the outfits I put together.



Jenny Waters, Corset & Petticoat w/ hip pads



Sophia Western. I didn't make this outfit specifically for this production, but the designer was happy to be able to use it.



Tom Jones (on right) Coat, Waistcoat, Fall Front Breeches, Stock



Tom Jones (on right) Coat, Waistcoat, Fall Front Breeches, Stock



Captain Fitzpatrick (right) Cape and Coat only





Tom & Sophia (Bodice, over skirt, & underskirt)



Squire Western (coat, breeches, waistcoat)



Blifil (on right) Coat, Waistcoat, Breeches

Thanks for looking!
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2  Faeries & Goblins in Costumes: Completed Projects by sairosaurus on: May 17, 2009 05:49:12 PM
Hey Guys!
The big project for this year is character costumes - Faeries & Goblins more specifically! I just thought I'd start a thread, as I did last year, and update it as I finish things off.

I should add that the inspiration for the goblin was drawn from the art of Brian Froud and Spiderwick Chronicles, while for the fairy, I have drawn inspiration very heavily from the art of Renae Taylor

Update for 24.08.09

Hello again! Our show was last week, so I finally have some proper shots! My fairy is modelled by the lovely Ellie and goblin is modelled by Mathilde. These photos were taken on campus at Sydney Institute Technology!



















Update for 29.07.09

The goblin clothing is now done! Now to block the hat and finish the mask!





Update for 25.07.09

The almost finished skirt with potpourri bum, and wings...







Latex layer 12 of 20 drying oh-so-slowly in the winter (not) sun!



Goblin Pants!




Update for 26.06.09

This is the negative & postivie moulds (or male and female) that we poured last night. I now have to clean out the negative of all the residual klay and pour the latex! The klean klay on the positive is now useless, so i'll peel all that off back to the original plaster that is underneath. It's a pretty cool camera trick that they both look like positive (or male) moulds!



Update for 25.06.09

Hello again, we now are working on our goblin masks (among other things) and here is a picture of the face I have sculpted. Tonight we will be making a negative mould out of this and then, we'll pour latex into the negative and come out with a wonderfully detailed mask! I hope to give him whiskers and hairy brows once he has been painted and cleaned up!





Update for 03.06.09

Goblin shoes are finally completed, next step is the harness for the wings and the bustle petticoat.



Update for 26.05.09

Hello again. I've now started & finished the bustle (strange I know, but this fairy is in a bustle!) and the shoes are covered.







By next time, the shoes should be completely done, and the petticoat started.

Update for 18.05.09

Faery Wings

Piano wire, shaped and soldered together. Covered with hand-dyed silk chiffon. Wings are held into a piece of leather by thermal plastic. These will be glued onto felt & another piece of leather and added to a harness.
Adornments are various leaves and flowers!










Goblin Shoes

PE30 Foam glued together - to be covered in leather, with ballet flat inside



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3  Victorian Bustle Hat in Costumes: Completed Projects by sairosaurus on: April 04, 2009 09:33:07 PM
Hey dudes and dudettes,

This is may latest project:











This is to match this outfit, which some of you may remember I posted about last year;



the thread is here:http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=282904.0


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4  The Vegetarian Gene?! + Polenta Pancakes w/ Avocado in Vegetarian / Vegan by sairosaurus on: February 04, 2009 02:48:03 PM
I am just joking really, but the large percentage of vegetarians on both sides of my family does make me wonder! I was wondering if you guys had anything to say!

My sister, my mum and I are all vegetarians, and have been for 11 or so years now. On my mothers side, her elder sister is vege and her middle sister was (but I think this had more to do with being a raging hippy in the 70s)

On my dad's side, one of my Aunts is a vegetarian (and a great sewer too! we get along fantastic!) Her two girls insist they would like to give up meat, but she won't let them until they develop a taste for eating things like tofu, lentils, chickpeas etc.

My boyfriend is super supportive and his family, especially his mum, loves it! They only have meat 2-3 times a week.

So all in all, I've never really had any problems with 'support'.

Anyway, a recipe for you all. This is one my mum loves and I make it for her and I want to spoil her (or I need to earn brownie points). It's from "The Essential Vegetarian Cookbook" which doesn't seem to have an author, but is published by Murdoch Books, it's a great recipe book, everyone should have it!

Mexican Polenta Pancakes with Avocado

Ingredients

1/3 cup yellow polenta
1/2 cup plain flour
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon sugar
1 cup buttermilk (i always just use milk)
2 eggs
30g (1 oz) butter, melted
vegetable oil
2/3 cup sour cream, for serving

Avocado Filling

1 large ripe avocado (you may need a little more)
8 spring onions (you probably don't need this many)
2 ripe tomatoes, finely chopped
1 teapsoon chilli sauce
2 teaspoons lemon juice
1/4 teaspoon salt
pepper

Method

1. Sift polenta, flour, baking powder salt and sugar into a bowl. Make a well in the centre. Place buttermilk, eggs and butter in a jug; beat to combine. Add to dry ingredients. Beat until liquid is incorporated and batter is free of lumps. Set aside, covered with plastic wrap, 20 mins.
2. To make avocado filling: Cut avocado in half lengthways, remove flesh and place in bowl, mash with fork. Add half spring onions. Stir in tomatoes, chilli sauce, lemon juice, salt & pepper. Mix well & chill for 20mins.
3 Brush small frying pan with oil. When hot, pour in enough batter to thinly cover base of pan. Cook over medium heat until the underside is golden. Turn pancake, & cook other side. Transfer to a plate, cover with tea-towel to keep warm. Repeat with remaining batter. Spoon some avocado onto one half of pancake and fold other half over. Serve with sour cream sprinkled with remaining spring onions.
4. Enjoy

It may (or may not ) look like this:

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5  Victorian Swimwear! in Costumes: Completed Projects by sairosaurus on: February 01, 2009 05:15:21 PM
I just saw nillakitty's post (http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=249831.0) for her Old Time Bathing outfit and realised that I completely forgot to post my Victorian Swimwear Costume that I completed for class early last year.

So here it is, a little late, but here none-the-less. I took inspiration from this picture: http://www.agelesspatterns.com/images/1426.gif but made a few modifications (added a skirt, made up the back view). The website does offer the patterns for this one, and a couple of other really really cute outfits, but part of the project was to draft the patterns so the patterns for this outfit are my own. The only part of the outfit that isn't mine is the hat, these were made by 3rd year students (I was 2nd year) for the show.
I originally wanted to make something a little more similar to this http://www.agelesspatterns.com/images/1417.gif or this http://www.agelesspatterns.com/images/1418.gif but so did everybody else in my class. So I decided to take a slightly different direction.

Back in the day, these outfits probably would have been made from wool, or a heavy cotton. We made these from a light poly/cotton drill in navy or a calico in cream. All of these photos were taken during our annual show in August, modelled by a good friend of mine, make-up done by ACMEWS.



Anyway, the pictures









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6  Fabric-covered Bulletin boards for Christmas gifts in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by sairosaurus on: December 16, 2008 09:22:42 PM
I don't really know what to call these, but they hang on your wall and you stick photos and invitations and bits and pieces behind the tape. One is for my mum, and the other for my boy-friends mum.
My boyfriend and I did this together, he did the pine frame, I then covered it with cotton batting, the quilters fabric & tape.

The first is finished, I just have to put the buttons on the second one. They were really really easy and I think they turned out great!









Thanks for looking
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7  Victorian Bustle, 1880s, Cream & Black in Costumes: Completed Projects by sairosaurus on: December 15, 2008 02:51:39 PM
Hey guys,
Yet another of my costume posts, sorry if period dress is starting to irritate!!
I finished this one... 2 weeks ago?
Well, not completely finished, I want to add some lace to the inside of the cuff, and I need to fix that unsightly, horrible gaping at CF. Apparently it's not that easy to fix (according to teacher), but I think I have an idea how.

Without much further ado...

The bustling bustler!









Thanks for looking!

Edit 05/04/09:  I've just finished the hat, you can see it here: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=299729.0
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8  Le Mime!! in Costumes: Completed Projects by sairosaurus on: November 26, 2008 07:02:15 PM
Hey guys, another costume I did this year as part of my Theatre Costume Manufacturing course. A Mime. The first mime is mine, the others belong to my classmates. It was an exercise in stretch, with a bit of woven fabric OK. Thanks!!









Thanks for looking!
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9  Costume: Regency Day Wear! (1811-1820) in Costumes: Completed Projects by sairosaurus on: July 09, 2008 08:56:43 PM
Hello again!

I've got another project that I just finished last week to show you all! Some Regency day wear! Yay!

The brief was to create this garment in mostly calico, with other bits of silk, cotton voile or trims that would fit the period allowed. I chose to replicate an actual garment that exists in the Victoria & Albert museum in London. I had pictures of it from my book "Nineteenth-Century Fashion in Detail" by Lucy Johnston












Sorry about the photo quality, it being winter here, its hard to get some nice natural light. I will be having some professional photos taken during our annual show, so I'll post them once I have them.

Thanks for looking!

[update 27th November 2008]

FINALLY! My college has given us the professional photos taken during our show in august!







Sarah
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10  Lord of the Rings, Hobbit Fellowship Cloak! in Costumes: Completed Projects by sairosaurus on: May 01, 2008 11:16:25 PM
Hello again everyone!

Here the story goes again, my friend is turning 21, so dress up party time! I struggled to think of what to give him, so after he told me he was going as a hobbit to his party but doesn't have a cloak, I decided to use my age old trick of "I'll make your costume for your birthday!"

So here it is!








Here is a close up of the lovely elven buttons I found at Spotlight ($7 for two! ouch!) I used these because I'm not sure whether he has the proper silver leaf brooch.

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The original is a little more grey, but I decided to go with this army green colour because the fabric was the best I could find (on sale for $7/m). Everything else didn't look rustic/hand woven enough (even though the fabric I used is a knit, but you get what I mean).

http://www.warofthering.net/quintessential/movieshots_bk2/amonhen_frodo_sting_small.jpg

I used the pattern directions from this site, : http://www.alleycatscratch.com/lotr/Things/FCloak/FCloak_pattern.htm

I'm really happy with the result!
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