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Unread 04-03-2006, 08:55 PM   #1
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Fantastic Four

Well.. my first thread... hmm awesome. Well after watching Fantastic Four quite a few times as a child, and now the movie I really wanna make a Fantastic Four jumpsuit. I had a few ideas on how to fabricate this thing and wanted to see what the members think would work best.

1. Ideally I'd like to sew a body suit.. but i don't really have much sewing experience so I'd have to just kinda wing it..

2. I think that this might work.. but IDK I would go purchase "under armour" type outfits, for those who don't know its pretty much tight stretchy stuff for athletes. Then join the pants and shirt together at the waist to create a single body suit. I'd then have to add a zipper and such.

what do you think? Would it work that way?

Thanks In Advance,
-Will K

for anyone not familar with the outfits here is a link.
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Unread 04-04-2006, 07:54 AM   #2
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It sounds like a pretty good idea, since the only thing I've seen for the ladies is the pattern copying Padme's Ep. 2 jumpsuit...well, it's actually two-piece. It does make me wonder why I don't really see anything for a full-on bodysuit...
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Completed cosplays (from last fall to now)-
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Too much, but I've had to put it on hold due to reasons beyond my control. However, I'm attempting to recreate Leezar's wardrobe from "Your Highness" down, four to go.
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