09-07-2010, 03:20 PM
I've been trying to find Rochelle's t-shirt for a cosplay but I can't seem to find it anywhere. Anyone know I place I could buy one?
09-23-2010, 01:49 AM
This is what her shirt looks like, just pink.
You could dye it pink.
Not quite sure why it says 0$.
03-23-2011, 02:32 PM
Me personally I just bought a plain pink shirt and painted it. It worked out pretty good becasue i got alot of compliments.
04-29-2011, 04:54 PM
Here's what I'm planning on doing:
This person was nice enough to make the picture themselves, free for anyone to use. :) http://browse.deviantart.com/?qh=§ion=&q=rochelle+depeche+mode#/d2w5wmf
I went to Walmart and bought these iron-on transfer sheets (the specific ones I got were called Print 'n Press). Basically, you get three sheets of a special paper that you can print images onto and then iron the image onto cotton or poly/cotton material. You can use it if you have an ink jet printer. Of course, I still have yet to actually try it out, so I can't guarantee awesome results, but I'm hoping it turns out fine. It says it works best with white or light colored fabric.
So, basically, print that image onto the special paper then cut it out and iron it onto a (preferably light) pink shirt. ^^
If it doesn't end up working for me and it looks faded or something, I'll probably get some fabric markers to make the image more opaque. :P
EDIT: Thought you might wanna know how it went. lol So I tried it on a piece of 100% cotton test fabric a few minutes ago (intentionally in a turquoise color so that I could see how bad it could possibly get). It was slightly faded (there was enough there for my to use as a base to fill in with marker) but the thing got all the white on there too (I cut out a square thinking it would only take the color, but apparently not). I suggest using one of those little knives to cut out your paper or something because it looks like you're going to have to use the picture only (and this is unfortunately kind of a complex picture, but you can do it with some patience). All in all, if you can find somewhere to buy the shirt already made, that's probably easier. If you can't, then these iron-on transfer sheets, a color ink jet printer, a knife/pair of scissors, some fabric (maybe even permanent?) markers, and some patience will get you the same or similar result.
If you're not feeling to patient, you can also edit the image to have a background that's the same color as your shirt (or you can use this person's version of the Depeche Mode picture: http://browse.deviantart.com/?qh=§ion=&q=rochelle+depeche+mode#/d2jvt7s ), but that might be chancing it as it's hard to be completely sure what color is the right one.