sakara
 


Costume :Morrigan
Variant :Orlasian costume
Source :Dragon Age Inquisition
Progress :In Progress
Worn At :None


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Costume Information

Description
Got to love a ballgown with dark details!
Thanks to Bioware releasing details of this costume, the research is so much easier!

Comments

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Love the progress and this looked so amazing in person. You looked so stunning.

by Sephirayne on Tuesday, 29 July, 2014 - 01:10
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Thankyou hun!!! <3

by sakara on Tuesday, 29 July, 2014 - 02:02
 

Journal

test wear of costume (Posted 22nd July 2014)

Wore this at LFCC and as first wear went very well, though i now see the things i need to alter
Sleeves to loose, need tightening
Skirt needs stronger underpinnings - so will need panniers and bustle as front is flat so crinoline is no good.
Corset needs shortening and different lace hooks place. Rest of studs need applying.
New brooch needs to be made!

gold scale maile (Posted 22nd July 2014)

How i did the gold center panel.

backdated progress (Posted 22nd July 2014)

Dress with dyed silk and dyed green velvet.

backdated progress (Posted 22nd July 2014)

sleeve sewn up with gold bead detail

back dated progress (Posted 22nd July 2014)

patterning out the gown.

I found it! (Posted 28th April 2014)

Finally found the fabric i need. I found a silk fabric via Etsy that has a great pattern that will work really well. Ive included a pic of the fabric in the colour it will be. Sadly the seller didnt have enough in this colour, but had it in a lighter shade which i can dye.

damn that bodice fabric (Posted 29th March 2014)

Still searching for suitable bodice fabric...so far cant find anything that even comes close to the colour and pattern.. tried one area of London ( Goldhawk rd) Cardiff shops and also a great shop in Swansea (Lee Mill) Had a friend look in Birmingham for me with no luck. Still have Brighton and other places in London to look (Central london and also Rems and Rolls in Holloway)Sadly did find AWESOME fabric online on Etsy but lady selling it had not enough i needed and no knowledge of the fabric makers.

brooch (Posted 29th March 2014)

Ive made the brooch from some left over wonderflex i had. So far it's primed ready for painting

feathers and findings (Posted 29th March 2014)

Found some really cute bug findings that will be perfect to add to the skirt. I also got some cockerel feathers for the brooch and gunmetal studs for the corset.

Fabric shopping ahoy! (Posted 13th February 2014)

Off to London this weekend to see if i can find suitable fabrics for this. Mainly looking for the patterned silk (or non silk which will be cheaper) and velvet.