Fem!Fenris - Dragon Age 2



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Comments

Cavahn posted on 31 January, 2013 - 20:08
I am so excited to see this! O:

Kestra posted on 21 May, 2013 - 10:22
ah ha Femris will be interesting to see good luck

Kestra posted on 22 July, 2013 - 14:12
progressing well keep at it, its looking great

Isabela posted on 4 August, 2013 - 10:36
Looking good so far. Can't wait to see this in Oct :)

Quetiz posted on 13 October, 2013 - 13:21
Looking good ~ :D Can't wait to see

Sunny-D posted on 14 October, 2013 - 21:02
Thanks Guys! :D Hoping to finish my sword asap. :)

Christchurch_assassin posted on 16 October, 2013 - 20:20
Excellent design! :) Looking forward to seeing the final piece.

eternal_aranel posted on 28 February, 2014 - 22:35
omg I love this

Progress Journal

19th October 2013

More Sword progress

Covered the entire thing with paper mache to go over rough or gappy parts between the styrene and foam, I'll go over it all in PVA and then hopefully I'll be ready for painting!

19th October 2013

Swordy stuff

Styrene plastic glued over all the edges for a better finish and support. Started work on the hilt too using upholstery foam for the main body and then covering with styrene plastic also. I think I may just beat this thing! :)

22nd July 2013

Sword Progress

Glued craft foam pieces to the foam body to give it more shape and structure. Will then apply styrene plastic to the edging.

22nd July 2013

Body Progress

Slowly eating away at the main suit. Needs more adjustments but I've put together the torso and shrug-like sections using leather and brown velvet. My resources are failing me with this one and i'll need more leather for the skirt before I can do much more. Powering through though!

22nd July 2013

Feather Bust

Have been working on the feathery bra type part of the costume using an old bra and covering it with brown velvet and then feathers. Still a bit to do but I'm out of glue!:'(
Anyway, progress is good so far.

3rd June 2013

Starting Sword

Doing a little work on the sword body right now - shape cut from upholstery foam. Lots and lots and lots to do!
- planning on adding structure and better shaping with a layer of EVA foam and then plastic styrene :)