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flutefreak05

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My partner and I were able to piece together a Dr. Sarah Harding cosplay from The Lost World. The bandana is made of olive green fabric from Jo An Fabrics. The shirt was found on EBay along with the jacket. We matched the seems up on the jacket as best as we could from screenshots. The jacket is from Eddie Bauer that we also found on EBay; we found that it photographs differently in different lighting. The pants were found at Marshalls on clearance. The boots are the same ones I use with my Ghostbuster cosplay. We are currently trying to track down the camera and pack but I am happy with how the cosplay looks for now.
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CT1138

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Thank you. The Motor Pool had a few things on it I just haven't seen one pop up for sale in awhile.
I collabed with the Motor Pool to do several of the costume guides. They put them up there after JPLegacy closed so that the references would survive. Eventually the owner of JPLegacy and I revamped the Encyclopedia, and have been slowly converting the costume guides into the new formatting, along with adding new ones we didn't have before. We also frequently update the guides based on new information we can find. Costuming Guides – Jurassic-Pedia
 

flutefreak05

New Member
I collabed with the Motor Pool to do several of the costume guides. They put them up there after JPLegacy closed so that the references would survive. Eventually the owner of JPLegacy and I revamped the Encyclopedia, and have been slowly converting the costume guides into the new formatting, along with adding new ones we didn't have before. We also frequently update the guides based on new information we can find. Costuming Guides – Jurassic-Pedia

I'll check those out; thank you for your help. :)
 

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CT1138

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If you don't mind me asking; how did you do the weathering and what does yours look like? I've been looking around on different ways to weather it.
Not at all! I used a knife and scissors to cut holes into the fabric, and low grit sandpaper to "fray" the edges. I then tied it behind my car and dragged it down a dirt road a couple times to get that "dirty/worn" look.
 

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