I take back my comments about her skirt. Except for the hoop. The hoop is way too big. But the pleats are there! And the colours are right!
Yeah- it’s actually fairly accurate to the movie- except for that hoop. I feel like a smaller hoop and a light/thin petti would make a huge difference.
A Kingdom of Isolation (and it looks like it’s my room). Don’t let them in, don’t let them know- - -of my issues with the wig (fuck this wig’s lack of wow factor), or the skirt (screeches at the overskirt riding up), or my sleeve (fuck I need those loopy things afterall-or at least spirit gum…)….
But… I couldn’t wait. Cape attached or not, I wanted to at least see how it looked on my body (shows me I need to adjust some things?). I definitely need to lace my corset better- my chest looks wide and manly in these photos (Wtf). But for a moment in time, I felt queenly and regal and special… and then that moment ended… and studying continued.
Hi! Thank you! I talk a lot about the making of my Elsa costume in my Elsa tag. If you scroll through the pages there’s lots of posts about the corset, documenting everything from my first pattern to the final piece. It’d be pretty wordy to repeat it all here XD.
There IS a picture of my pattern laid out, but I ask that you not replicate it. I make my patterns and use them in my business. Therefore they aren’t free for use, so please (although I doubt you’d do this, I need to say it for internet’s sake) don’t use it as a basis for your pattern/corset.
<3 Hope this helps! Best of luck!!
Shintaro Ohata Seamlessly Blends Sculpture and Canvas to Create 3D Paintings
When first viewing the artwork of Shintaro Ohata up close it appears the scenes are made from simple oil paints, but take a step back and you’re in for a surprise. Each piece is actually a hybrid of painted canvas and sculpture that blend almost flawlessly in color and texture to create a single image.