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Attuann 44 by Tasastock Attuann 44 by Tasastock
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Finally! The shoot that me and =RaeyenIrael-Stock did together!
We did much jumping, leaping, fighting with costumes, realising that we don't really know how to use spears/blow horns/climb trees without getting stuck/or stay upright at the best of times.
I don't think I've ever been more scratched and bruised from a stock session before. So proud of myself!

I'm surprised the stock costumes held up actually. Since I am a complete n00b at making things. But here you have it. The shoot I was looking forward to doing for YONKS.
ALSO. Look at how awesome the shoes are, simply for the fact that I made those too, and the rain turned them into complete mush, and now they are deaded.
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SaaSuu Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2013
So great. Used it here. I hope it's okay :) [link] on Fjordifieber :)
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Hopfield Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Drew you again here [link]. This was hugely fun to draw, and there's soooo much more of your stock I want to have a go at, but I'm on a mission working through all my favourite stockists (elandria next) so it might be a while till I'm back to you :( Have a great New Year!
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Sandahl Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2012  Student Artist
Stock used for reference here. [link]
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dark-elysium Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2011
you are born huntress))
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rockthephoto Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2011  Student Photographer
Used: [link]
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kawaiimode Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I am slowly working on different costumes for stock photoshoots. I was wondering what material you would think would be best for an outfit similar to the one in this photo. I am doing a cave woman/primitive type costume, and am trying to pin down a fabric that would be durable for an active shoot (and hopefully for future cosplaying purposes0, but will also look like a realistic sort of fabric for that type of costume. What would you recommend?
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Tasastock Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
well i was using a synthetic type of suede in this shoot. which i got online from some website that has momentarily slipped my mind..

what kind of look were you going for? a tribal-esque look like this? cause the suede was easy to work with and the costumes survived. :P ish.. they didnt fit as well as i might have liked but thats more to do with the maker than the materials. :p
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kawaiimode Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I am going for more of a tribal esque look like what you have, but most likely mine will cover my stomach more. I am working on the design right now before I make the pattern and get some fabric and stuff.

I am hoping to work on this particular costume for awhile, so I am hoping I can make it fit. Going to try to do some action shoots in it as well.
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Tasastock Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
yeah the trouble with mine was aswell. is that im not very used to costume making. this Attuann costume was the first one I've made properly, without any help whatsoever. and I didn't use a pattern or anything. the thing i struggled with was the pants thing for mine. i tend to learn best by trial and error. my next costume, the elf ranger tunic went much better.

=RaeyenIrael-Stock's one for that shoot was difficult, because i didn't have her there to work from. and for hers, i designed something to cover her stomach.
both costumes looked better in my sketches though :( i hate that.

but the false suede was easy to work with. and not too expensive.. but i cant remember which website i got it from.. [link] i think... it was that one. but the page i bookmarked isnt available, so i dunno if they've stopped stocking it.
or it might have been from here [link] i think i got the fake leather that i used to make the elven boots and what im also going to use to make a barbarian costume from there [link]
[link] except. looks like they only do it in yellow. >.<

trouble is with me. im stuck with buying my fabric online. thanks to the recession, all of the fabric stores in my town have closed down. used to be three. one stall in the market, and two small shops. they're all gone. theres one in the town my boyfriend lives in, but its mainly curtain fabric so it's all patterened and rubbish.
theres others in Liverpool, but I can never remember where they are. >.<

when you've made it let me know, i've love to have a nosy :)
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kawaiimode Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah. Right now my friends and I are currently focused on prepping for an action shoot involving a post apocalyptic theme, so my mind is currently focusing on that. I am thinking of purchasing a native american pattern and altering the pattern for the costume I want to make, but I will probably focus on that after I get stuff together for the Action shoot...maybe buying the pattern in September before the Halloween costume season pops up. People go crazy for patterns then.

I will let you know when I have made the costume. Being nosy is okay

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