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If you find a more similar replica in the Internet - show it to me )))

Genuine tooling leather
Acrylic textile paint
Steel buckles

I spent a lot of time and effort :) I can take a custom order by 250$ (without hidden blade)
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Leather outfit with stakes & flasks
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Altair's set part
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To this baldric [link]
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Altair's set part
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Here's my newest progress in my recreation of Altair's costume from Assassin's Creed: the kidney belt.

The belt is made from three separate pieces of 7/8oz tooling leather, which was dyed and then hand stitched together. The brown pouch and two bottle holsters were made of 4/5oz leather and the two black pouches is a thinner oil tanned leather.

Next up is the shoulder harness/holster!
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So this is the Turkish armor belt that i've been working on for Anime Boston. i used real leather for the belt and sculpt apoxy for the metal parts.

Due to the time crunch and all the friggin pieces i need to make i had to cut corners so the scrolls in the metal would have been more like the mask in my last post and the leather would have had a bit more detail.

Coming up next is the shoulder armor.
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Those are all the "accessories" I made for my Altair costume.

Everything besides the dagger is made out of 2.5mm (~6oz) vegetable tanned tooling leather dyed with oil dye. For the metal pieces I used acrylic paint.

The belt consists of three pieces with rolled edges, which are sewn together using the saddle-stitch. For the decorations on it the same stitch was used.
The belt pouch was laced using 2.5mm kangaroo lace which I dyed with a lighter antique dye to get a bigger contrast to the light brown of the bag itself.
The sheath is build up by three layers to get the necessary height at the margins.
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4mm heavy leather hardened by beewax
The mesh is a protection against arrows. It was the wish of the customer
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