Rick Deckard Blade Runner 1982 - Soup to Nuts!

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nick daring

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Killer stuff.

Here's some helpful pics for your efforts-
 

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Egon

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Killer stuff.

Here's some helpful pics for your efforts-
These are fantastic! Thank you!
After looking at it today, it felt like the last thing I could tweak on this mock up (ordering more fabric for v2 and trousers) was the collar Took some time today to rip it out and adjust the angle of the notch on the lapel.
 

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Egon

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Late last night, I started in on the second mock up of the Deckard Trench Coat. This one is a much lighter weight fabric (color as well, though it will be dyed) and already much happier with how it is puckering in the seams.

Being so thin, it does want to move around a bit under my presser foot - even on my Juki DDL 8700, so I had to touch up a few of the seams.

One of the big goals on the project with Mark was to get a jacket that really replicated how the fabric behaved on screen. Very wrinkled, and very puckered.

I am hoping I can get to the collar tonight to get an idea on how that performs with the rows of stitching.
 

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joberg

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Yes, the absence of lining and the weight of the fabric tends to put the look of that jacket into the ``sloppy`` category at best...including the lack of re-enforcement in the collar also ;)
 

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Gee2

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Just the textures and colors in that last shot... Damn. Over the past 20+ yrs I've had learn all kinds of things to advance this costume and prop hobby (READ: addiction) of mine. Pattern design and sewing being a couple, and I thought I had a pretty decent line on the ins and outs. Seeing what you're doing here and in the short amount of time you're doing it reinforces my decisions to go with true tailors and seamstress' when I need costume parts instead of fumbling through it. Bravo.
 

Egon

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Thanks guys! Took a personal day of sorts to work on the second version of the trench coat in the lighter weight fabric. Very happy so far!
Moved some of the pocket placements, scaled down a couple things, and brought then bottom up a bit.
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Egon

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You have nailed the collar, might be the closest to what's scene on screen I've seen.
Thank you!

I think there are still a few improvements I can make, but this "feels" right.

The collar was something we really wanted to focus on - and the puckering of the fabric around the seams.

Still challenging finding the correct style/size buttons - we may end up printing/casting buttons.
 
Looks fantastic! I'd say the color is a little bright (your original coat was a little more accurate in that regard), but other than that looks great.
 

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Egon

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I do have some buttons on hand for the collar, cuffs, and pockets. But finding buttons for the front opening is proving to be very difficult to find the correct colors, and size.
Speaking of buttons, at this point the lining is fully in, and it is ready for buttons. Very happy with how this ended up, despite the issues I had with the installation of the collar.
 

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