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Here is the drow shirt that will go with a full drow set that we are working on. There is just a little bit of embroidery on this shirt just to give a little touch of luxury to the male drow that will wear it :)
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This one took 6 months of intense work to finish. If you know your cross-stitching, then you know how insane it is when I say that I made it in 22 count! It totaled over 50K of individual stitches.
Yes, I am insane. And in my defense, I also worked on it while listening to college courses.

Oh, yeah, I forgot to mention: This was actually featured on Geekologie a while ago! ^_^ I was so flattered, except that some people thought it was Photoshop'd. Seriously, what?
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Done as a creative-freedom project for a client.
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This is part of a cosplay I'm working on. A "Doctor Who" Cosplay and it will be the 4th Doctor's Scarf. The long multi-colored scarf that Tom Baker had made famous.

The yarn that I'm using is called "Cascade 220 Worsted" yarn. The information that I got on how to make this scarf was from Doctor Who Scarf a site where someone had not only managed to recreate the scarf but also some instructions on how others can do it as well. There was even an inclusion of a Scarf color pattern in which the creator of the site had shown the number of rows per color.

And now I'm going to show you through the various stages of making this scarf.

(C) Doctor Who - BBC
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Three adventurers scouting in the forests of Skyrim.

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C R E D I T S
Left --> Right

:iconsynthesizedconiine: Khajiit cosplay
:iconpyek: Khajiit cosplay
:iconhabren: Orc cosplay
:icondmcfoto: Photographer

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This is from the 16th season. I made it because I have plans to cosplay (or should I say crosplay) as the 4th Doctor. I'll be going with the outfit Tom wore in "Destiny of the Daleks"

Like the other two this one also took me about three months to make.
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For a client
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Sold
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The pecs are twice as thick as any have I done before because I wanted a nice deep chest

step one draw muscles on foam
step two cut muscles and shape them
step three place fur over muscles, pin into muscle creases
step four take care of wrinkles via pins and then hand sewing
step five machine sew hand sewn areas
step six place over muscles and carefully and thoroughly glue fur to foam being sure to use plenty of glue in the creases, at the creases place pins through fur into dummy to be sure glue sets well to both fur and foam for a firm bond
step seven glue on a backing to the foam that covers all the fur and foam
step eight machine sewn down the long center crease (I would sew all of the creases but I cannot fit in the machine, hell i hardly manage to sew the center one) bonding backing and fur and foam together
step nine remove enough stuffing from dummy for backing of abs to lay flat
step ten continue assembling fur around dummy as normal
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A set of gargoyle wings done for my boyfreind for a larp character. Style is more classic stone-statue.

They're each about 5 feet tall from top of arch to tip of wing.
(A-La-WhiteWolf, not Disney)
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