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They are great to work with... can't wait to see how it turns out!
Yes printing on colored fabric will make it less likely to fade when stretched. That being said, none of the pattern prints I put together set seam according to color breakdown. I believe the last Spider Man movie did but I'm not certain. I'm sure someone will chime in on this. I do remember seeing a post where one of the member did get it printed that way.
Awesome, I may want to get this one in the future sometime. Great job! What did you use as a base when making this pattern if you don't mind me asking? A basic muscle pattern or another Spider-Man pattern?
The print finally got here!
I really like the way the colors came out!
Wow your print is gorgeous !!
Sew it quick sew it quick !
That looks great!!!!!
Print looks really good. Like the details a lot.
That turned out really nice. And the colors look excellent also.
I wanna see it sewn NOW!
Oh did anybody see the pictures of the new lenses Marc Webb tweeted?
I think those would look great on this suit.
did you find a template for a body suit pattern, or did you make one from scratch? ive been wanting to get in to making patterns, but i cant figure out where to start.
That looks great! It should be one awesome looking suit when it's done.
I was just thinking...did anyone try to sew a costume like this by hand? I mean without a machine?
hey guys !
i've been wondering .. how do you make a suit patter
what programs do you use ?
what file do you start with ?
does anybody have a picture of this costume all sewn up?
I'm getting mine sewn next week or so, but i do believe somebody here got his one sewn up, I would also love to see a pic.
anyone ever tried making the soles pointy like in the comics?
I really wanna do this but can't find a red sole that's pointy....any suggestions?
Get some aqua shoes and paint them red then attach them
Maybe hot glue the points on the end
I've always hated the pointy boots, they don't make any sense, no ones foot is shaped like that. Mcfarlane started that crap then for some reason a lot of artists decided that anatomically correct wasn't the right way to go.
He started a lot of crap. Pointy boots, giant eyes, waaaay too webbing everywhere. I haven't liked him since.
There's some good shoe/sole info in this thread, especially by thelaughingskull and nikonthenet.
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