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Lusyd
03-26-2006, 12:08 AM
Planning on buying and having the black shirts and white skirt/black shotrs, myself and my partner are making a Card Captor Sakura duo cosplay of Li and Sakura's winter school outfits.

COSING AS CARD CAPTOR SAKURA CHARACTERS:
Kinomoto Sakura (Images from Cosaru.com):

http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e316/gackt_jihaku/uniform.jpg

The Character and Basic Look

http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e316/gackt_jihaku/scarf2.jpg

Basic Front View of Scarf

http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e316/gackt_jihaku/scarf.jpg

Back View of Scarf

http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e316/gackt_jihaku/logo.jpg

Side View of Scarf

http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e316/gackt_jihaku/hatandknot.jpg

Knot of Scarf


Syaoran Li:

http://null4.free.fr/fia/li02.jpg

Basic Character and Look


We seem to have run into a bit of a rut, as we thought that the 'scarf' was all one piece, but apparently we've heard it's two. A scarf and a collar. I was wondering if there was a pattern out there available for general school uniform collars, that I could mod to have the nifty little back that their uniforms do.

Also, we have -some- idea of how to tie those knots, as my partner practised on a USB cord (we are the epidomy of nerd..), but we've come to the realization that they tie their scarves a different way. Sailors tie their knots up and down, which is how my partner learned to do it, while Li and Sakura tie their school knots side to side! Any know how to do this?


As for the Sealing Staff, I'm wondering if I can make such a thing in the limited amount of time I had.

http://www.mafiosis.com/gallery2/thm_Manga_und_Anime_Wallpapers_--_Wallpapers_Manga_Anime_Card-Captor-Sakura_037.jpg

Is there a simple way to make such a thing, that won't break easily? I plan on making one entirely out of wood and paint in the very near future, but that would take a couple of weeks. Someone I know suggested a large dowel rod - an inch in diameter - along with coloured clay for the head and bottom, paint for the rod, and fake gems for the accents on the headpiece.

Thanks for helping. ^_^ I really appreciate it.