Afireinsidegirl
 


Costume :Frimelda
Source :FF Tactics Advance 2
Progress :In Progress
Worn At :None


Costume Photos

Wip gauntlets 1

wip upper arm armour

Wip example (needs a lot of work)

Amouur base patterns

Amour one

collar wip

Shoes

Sword reference (fan art!)

Fan art reference

Reference

 


Comments

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Awesome! Ganbarimasu ^^/ Keep the spirit. Can't wait to see your next costumes :) :hug:

by seawaterwitch on Monday, 7 January, 2013 - 04:42
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Thanks seawaterwitch :)

by Afireinsidegirl on Monday, 7 January, 2013 - 10:10

This is a gorgeous outfit, hope you have fun making it ^^

by madmazda86 on Monday, 11 March, 2013 - 11:34
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Thanks, I agree it's such a cool design and I hope I have fun too!!

by Afireinsidegirl on Monday, 11 March, 2013 - 12:10
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Can't wait ^^!!!!!

gonna take a while though I guess P:

by DizzieDee on Monday, 11 March, 2013 - 22:29
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Oh my gosh this is gonna be beautiful! Can't wait to see the progress on this! (:

by Cavahn on Friday, 17 January, 2014 - 20:25
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This is looking great so far!

by InfiniteJester on Monday, 18 August, 2014 - 10:01
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Thanks for watching this so far guys. I'm so worried about how this project turns out :/

by Afireinsidegirl on Wednesday, 20 August, 2014 - 21:37
 

Shopping List

Shoes£0.00Bought
Green materials£32.00Bought
White material£5.00Bought
Worbla£30.00Bought
Belts/accessories £15.00Bought
Wig£0.00To Buy
Black material£0.00To Buy
Resin£0.00To Buy
Material paint£0.00To Buy
Total£82.00

Journal

Armour development (Posted 29th August 2014)

Used worbla for all upper arm armour (8 pieces). Bought from Coscraft.
Cut patterns into newspaper and when happy transferred to Worbla.
Used two sheets of worbla for each armour. Added 'trims' to edges of 6/8 pieces of armour. Trims are just extra bits of worbla securing edges (see in image gallery).
I used form board inbetween worbla for the largest of the upper arm armour.
Next step is to work on gauntlets.
Next step to finish creation of upper arm armour is to add detailing and then attach pieces together (currently still all seperate pieces, 4 for each arm).

Amour one (Posted 18th August 2014)

Using foam board with Worbla either side and 'trims' on the edges.