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Making boots for BJD tutorial
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Published: October 25, 2011
© 2011 - 2019 scargeear
WARNING: FULLSIZE IS HUGE!!!

Please download a PATTERN here: [link]

This tutorial can be used for making human-size boots too, with some changes to the process:
1. No wire in the soles, of course.
2. Leather for all parts should be much thicker than for dolls.
3. Use stiff and strong leather for the outer soles. Make low heels (I recommend not more than 3 cm high) because higher heels require special soles.

Enjoy!
If something is unclear please ask me in comments.
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Для русскоязычных: если вы заинтересовались туториалом - не делайте двойную работу по переводу, читайте оригинал тутора здесь: [link]
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calusariACHobbyist
Amazing tutorial, thank you so much for sharing! I'll be sure to give you a credit when I use it ^^
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scargeearProfessional Artisan Crafter
Thank you very much! You may post a link to your boots here in the comments too, it's very welcome!
Athreana's avatar
Your pattern is amazing, thank you for sharing it with us!
I create my first doll and your boots are like his boots. If it was created for him (the doll).. Thank you again, even the 8 cm size is just perfect for the doll's size. :D:D I am sooooo happy now!:D:D:
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scargeearProfessional Artisan Crafter
Ыщ рфззн ерыфеinfo-life.in.ua/?p=6703So happy that you found my pattern suitable for your tasks. Wish you many luck with your 1st BJD.
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coyohtiProfessional General Artist
Thank you for sharing this valuable information! These boots are gorgeous! Also followed you on Etsy.
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scargeearProfessional Artisan Crafter
Thank you very much! Glad that you find it useful!
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Sketch-on-a-wallStudent General Artist
*gasp* TIME TO MAKE ME SOME BOOTS
thank you! the tutorial was really clear and nicely laid out. 
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scargeearProfessional Artisan Crafter
Ehehehe, great, thanks!
You may post the link to your boots after they're made if you wish!
HausLalonde's avatar
you can actually use this to make full size boots for human feet too
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scargeearProfessional Artisan Crafter
It seems I don't understand you(( Please read the description, I state exactly that.
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You can use this tutorial to make full size shoes for human feet too
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scargeearProfessional Artisan Crafter
Do you mean *I* can use it??? O rly? You just opened my eyes :lol:
Please read the description:
"This tutorial can be used for making human-size boots too, with some changes to the process:
1. No wire in the soles, of course.
2. Leather for all parts should be much thicker than for dolls.
3. Use stiff and strong leather for the outer soles. Make low heels (I recommend not more than 3 cm high) because higher heels require special soles."

Also please see this: scargeear.deviantart.com/art/E…
These were made in 2008.

I still have a feeling that it's a major misunderstanding...
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AsylumCerealKillerHobbyist Digital Artist
this is amazing! i dont cosplay but dang this makes me want to
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scargeearProfessional Artisan Crafter
Thanks a lot!
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Rubenandres77Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Very nice and easy to follow tutorial. Thanks a lot for the inspiration!
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scargeearProfessional Artisan Crafter
You're welcome :hug::hug::hug::hug:
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scargeearProfessional Artisan Crafter
Thanks!
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bear48Professional
cool 
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scargeearProfessional Artisan Crafter
Thanks!
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RinnGStudent Traditional Artist
WOW Thanks!!!
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scargeearProfessional Artisan Crafter
:hug:
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RinnGStudent Traditional Artist
:)!! Woohooooo! 
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