Yea I have the same question as Lyraėl. How did you get into the boot to screw the wood down? It just seems like it wood be difficult to be able to get a drill inside the boot and be able to keep the screw heads flat against the bottom of the boot.
|Aleze replied on 12-01-2012 at 03:22 PM:|
You will have to cut holes in the top of the shoe.
OMG ! It's incredible, how did you put the screws inside ? oO The "toes" are cutted when you did this step ?
I have to wear boots a size larger than my feet. Would the design change at all because of that? Or would you just line up and size the wood blocks based on the dimensions of the ball of the shoe? And then wrap it with the cardboard like you did?
Sorry if that's confusing, let me know if you need clarification.
|Aleze replied on 11-04-2011 at 01:55 AM:|
Larger shoes won't change the functional construction. I size the wood blocks based on how much space I need to balance on; the size of the shoe doesn't matter. But you may have a hard time concealing your toe and making it look right with larger shoes.