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on: October 29, 2010 06:57:35 PM 
Started by Britannica, Message by Britannica
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Yay! Another classic Dr. Who fan!  Cheesy

I wore it to a costume party, and I do have a few pictures. 

I also made the mask. Posted about here.

Pardon the weird expression. Tongue

The Doctor (my boyfriend) and I. I also made the sonic screwdriver in his shirt pocket, also posted about it months ago.

It was tons of fun assembling the costumes and playing the parts. We were talking about going as cybermen next year, but we'll see how that works out.
on: October 29, 2010 01:16:19 PM 
Started by Britannica, Message by Britannica
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I made this for an event this summer and never got around to posting pictures. Unfortunately, it was a rushed job- I had only a few days to finish it, so it lacks covered buttons on the trim on the shoulders and has only half the correct number down the front. That, and I didn't finish the inside seams nor line it.  And I didn't closely look at the reference photos until after I got the material, so I realized too late that the coat was supposed to be made of velvet with only a little satin. Fortunately for me, the satin I had gotten was crepe backed, so I used the "wrong side" for most of the coat. And now that you know all my dirty secrets, on to the pictures! Tongue

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