That you so much! Umm.. did you use other fabrics for the detail? I saw most of it was beading. I wont be able to do that. >.< And you just dipped the fabric a little bit at a time to get that faded effect? Sorry for all the questions!
|Jaquii replied on 01-13-2010 at 12:16 AM:|
All of the designs were embroidered appliques, including the ones I beaded over. The applique served to give the clear seed beads a toned effect. Here's a close-up shot:
Such an amazing shot!! Just one question, How did you do the colours on the aprin? I have looked at your pics, and it seems to go from purple to light purple, and then white? How did you do that???
|Jaquii replied on 01-12-2010 at 05:35 PM:|
Hand-dyed gradient; I dipped the extremely pale blue satin I used for that part of the front panel/apron into navy-blue dye for varying lengths of time to create a light blue -> dark blue effect. I just used plain dye from Joann fabrics and it worked just fine. :3 Just make sure to test out a piece of fabric (that is NOT the garment you will be dying) to see how it absorbs the dye. Also, test out the dye on wet and dry pieces of fabric, as there will be a difference in the way it absorbs. Hope this helps! Good luck! <3
This is crazy, like, you just popped out of the game or something. You make an awesome Zelda!
|Jaquii replied on 02-08-2009 at 10:51 PM:|
I am too, no worries! XD
like you and the picture came straight out of the game! Gorgeous!
this is a GORGEOUS shot of a GORGEOUS costume!! I'm SOOO happy I got to see this costume in person! meeting you was fantastic!! hope to see you soon!!!
That really does look like it could be part of cutscreen! I love this picture to death. ^^
You are a beautiful Zelda, and this is a truly awesome shot!
that's an amazing shot!! it actually reminds me of that dream like sequence Link has momentarily in the game, like this shot could have completely been a part of it! XD
You have such soft, doll-like features. So regal and sweet!
|Series||The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess|