InkRaven: Easiest would be to buy a jodphurs pattern and maybe change it a little bit. But there are good jodphurs patterns out there! and a few links that might help you hopefully:
if those don't help I'd suggest either
1) commission them
2) make them yourself again
Take a normal pants pattern and change it as much as you need. get a front pic of ocelot's pants (or back shot) and measure everything out. (how wide one leg is etc) by comparing the measurements to ocelots height.
It's just a little math to do (and I'm TERRIBLE at math...but even I can do it :'D) If you compare your height to ocelots, you can find out how wide his pants are etc. It's hard to explain in english for me, sorry <.<°
One cheap example of using ocelots hand (not as accurate as the height method though) :
If one of his legs is 4 and a half 'hands' wide, just measure your hand and take those for knowing how wide the pants must be overall...
The height method is the best imo though... did it with a few costumes to get the right proportions. (like Beatrix' sword which goes nearly up to my chin x.x and is as wide as my upper body) I just took a good picture of beatrix with her sword, took a ruler and pressed it against the screen. wrote the measurements/height/ratio down (her height in inches, how long the sword is in inches etc) and then scaled everything up to my height.
Same with sniper wolfs PSG1: compared the PSG1 to the sniper wolf doll and pictures, and then scaled everything. so I got the exact same proportions. though this was pretty easy since we have the same height xD made everything a little easier ... since this girl is big enough not to look like a midget with a PSG1
But if the character is much bigger or shorter it's necessary to scale very carefully (when it comes to props or weird clothing/proportions). Example: if a Sniper Wolf cosplayer which is only 5'1 big would get a PSG1 with the original measurements of a typical PSG1, it would be WAY to big on her and look silly. same with a 6'3 girl holding a baby PSG-1 in comparison *lol*
measuring down everything is always good in cosplay. I'm sure there's someone in here who can explain how to scale better in english.
But maybe you find a pattern or the right pants to buy, so you don't need to compute all the measurements for hours (But since the jodhpurs are easy and have not a 1000 details like a PSG-1 prop this will only take 10 minutes maybe). Good luck!