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« on: May 21, 2006 02:16:11 PM »

Heya
Here are some of the stuff i did with markers and pens.Most of these stuff are wearable and stays for a couple of washes if you spray some clear spray on it

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BEfore and After
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« Reply #1 on: May 21, 2006 02:45:44 PM »

oops meant to click preview but it got posted  Tongue This is embarrassing
Anyway here are the pics. Sorry some of the pictures are blurred. My camera is acting up

Here are most of the stuff


1. Congregration of the DIYs



2.Here is my 2 favourite items my tie shirt and my chinese new year jeans Haha. You can sort of see it in the group pic above



Close up of the jeans


lotus bAck pocket with a funny collage on the left



3. Closeup of the red shirt above


4. Bag - Work in progress looks kinda empty and will probaly do something later on. the tree kinda look smudgy because the felt pen i used just didn't do well with the fabric


Before and after - icky words becomes a tree


5. The Front of  the shirt. This is a shirt i drew for my bf for his birthday a long time ago. It was a 2nd hand stained shirt and he never wore it.


Back of bf's shirt - I call the angel the angel of  death don't ask me why. Was feeling a little morbid then

Well this is my first real post. Do tell what you guys think about it and btw most of the clothes in the 1st pic i've been wearing over and over and the ink last sometime.
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« Reply #2 on: May 21, 2006 09:13:43 PM »

Nice stuff! I really like the way you covered up the words. Maybe if you sewed on a couple of buttons or a couple of ribbon stripes or something the purse would look more complete! I love it when stuff isn't just sewn or painted or drawn on but instead is a combination of all of them! =D
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« Reply #3 on: May 21, 2006 11:55:18 PM »

wow i love the jeans and the back of the bfs shirt!
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« Reply #4 on: May 22, 2006 05:49:58 AM »

... Maybe if you sewed on a couple of buttons or a couple of ribbon stripes or something the purse would look more complete!...

Hey skarinja and thelarsbar thanks for the comments.Glad you guys like the stuff i did  Grin

Was thinking of drawing a lace pattern on the top of the pink bag because my sewing skills aren't all that good and the stuff i sew tend to get wonky  Roll Eyes but buttons was something that i didn't consider hmm...

Will post up more stuff after my exams

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