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yrpluver97
08-18-2010, 09:12 PM
http://projectdiva.wikispaces.com/file/view/m_infinity.png

http://media.photobucket.com/image/infinity%20miku/lolitamajin/HatsuneMiku/Mikuinfinityaascopy.jpg?o=10

I already kno how 2 do the wig.

I jus need 2 kno what pattern n kind of fabricz 2 use 4 outfit,armwarmez, n sockz.

Also what can i use 2 make the headphonez n how do u make em?

plz send me a pm if u have ny answerz/sugessti0nz If u do, plz tell me where i can find all of these thingz Thanx.^^

p.$:How many yardz of fabric do i need 2 make thi$?

Here'z some xtra picz.^^:

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ioniafreak
08-19-2010, 11:27 AM
I CaNt ReAD WhEn yOu TaLK LyKE DIs DX
can you type it out normally? im having trouble reading it DX

yrpluver97
08-19-2010, 01:14 PM
Sure.^^ Sorry about that. It'z a bad habit i have.XD

ioniafreak
08-20-2010, 05:32 PM
ah its okay XD
is there any other ref. images that you can find? im having trouble seeing the details DX

yrpluver97
08-20-2010, 09:29 PM
I posted the url'z 2 the picz. Hopefully they will help u.

ioniafreak
08-22-2010, 09:40 AM
for the headphones you can take a pair of headphones that you dont need any more or whatever and add foam gears or cogs to them and then a piece of wire with a ball on the end for the mic
heres something that might help, its for the regular miku headset but you can get some ideas from it
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1PcbsJoYHY

http://xvampireslovexx.deviantart.com/art/Arm-Warmers-A-Tutorial-95108669?q=favby%3AIoniaFreak%2F38880623&qo=9
^^this is a good arm warmer tutorial all you need to do is add ruffles at the top and bottom
im not sure what fabric to use and such, sorry
i hope these help though ^-^

yrpluver97
08-22-2010, 11:16 AM
K. Thanx a bunch 4 ur help.^^

lollydove
09-01-2010, 05:15 PM
As it has been previously said, get some old/cheap headphones, and some foam or paperclay. Personally I'd pick paperclay 'cause it's a bit easier to work with for me, but whatever floats your boat. Cover it completely and mold the 'gears' onto the end and do whatever you need to do.
As for fabric, well it depends... do you want it to feel light or heavy, shiny or matte, cheap or expensive?
As for a pattern for the frills, I can't remember exactly how to do it, but my grandma told me to do it on paper first. Measure how long you want it to be (seam allowance etc. included) and draw a circle with your measurement and do a slightly smaller circle inside (this will determine your width, so measure in between the two circles how wide you'd like the frills). Cut it out so it makes a 'ring' shape. Cut ONE line through the ring and then try and put it together facing down/whatever direction your frills are in. If you're holding it right then it should make some "frills".

Sorry, those instructions are from memory so they're not very good ^_^" You might be able to find a pattern somewhere.

yrpluver97
09-06-2010, 09:41 PM
K.
4 fabric, im goin 4 somethin shiny but @ the same time, i wanna use somethin cheap 2 be safe.

jianna
09-07-2010, 12:56 AM
My advice is to choose between cheap and shiny. Something more expensive and shiny will look nice, like a medium/high quality satin, but a cheap satin, like costume satin from Joann's tends photograph extremely badly, not to mention the insane amount of fraying that happens.

Plus, the design doesn't actually look shiny to me at all. It looks inspired by lolita fashion, and you never ever ever see shiny lolita clothes.

DevTehFiend
09-07-2010, 01:36 AM
My advice is to choose between cheap and shiny. Something more expensive and shiny will look nice, like a medium/high quality satin, but a cheap satin, like costume satin from Joann's tends photograph extremely badly, not to mention the insane amount of fraying that happens.

Plus, the design doesn't actually look shiny to me at all. It looks inspired by lolita fashion, and you never ever ever see shiny lolita clothes.

I agree with this. I just got done with my first costume this July, and had used cheap satin for part of it and it turned out awful. I was unraveling everywhere, and hemming it was awful, it turned out all kinds of crinkled and warped.

Use something soft and matte for this costume. It will turn out so much better in the end. Maybe poke around the lolita forum and see what people generally use for their clothing to see what would be best.

Try not to use anything too heavy though. I had to make detached sleeves like that and they drooped awfully because while I used a fabric that hung SO PRETTY it was just too heavy to stay up.

yrpluver97
09-07-2010, 11:52 AM
Thanx. I'll keep that n mind.^^