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wolfdawg59

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5 January, 2011

  • 06:01 PM

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    wolfdawg59 added the project Nail vest
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    After making a vest out of neoprene, I then added about 500 nails, piercing the wetsuit fabric and then pushing the nails through, and gluing them in place on the inside, It weighs about 15 pounds.

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  • 05:56 PM

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    wolfdawg59 added the project Men's sewn sweater
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    Using purchased knit fabric, I started with a long-sleeve t-shirt shpae, adiing a high turtle neck detail, and placed elastic with closures normally used for garters from the neck to wrist. A simpl…

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  • 05:50 PM

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    wolfdawg59 added the project huge dress
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    coat and dress made for another hair show, whith the second pic showing all the girls from the collection. The original intent was to use the mods from the 60’s as the jumping off point, and someh…

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1 January, 2011

  • 06:11 PM

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    wolfdawg59 added the project Dead Bride wedding dress
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    Doing a hair show presentation, I was asked to make a dead bride’s dress….. so this is the end result. I made a fairly simple tulle dress, and then hand stitched layers of draping to build up the…

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  • 05:59 PM

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    wolfdawg59 added the project punk ballerina dress
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    I made a corsetted to with eyelet back, then for the bottom of the dress I used an exercise ball as my shape, drafting a pattern from the globe-like shape to have it be as rounded as possible. Ther…

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  • 05:51 PM

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    wolfdawg59 added the project trnslucent shirt
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    An almost classic shirt with large cuffs and large collar, made out of a see-thru plastic fabric. The collar is almost twice the size of a classic men’s shirt.

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