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    Jun 10, 2016, 12:45 PM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #51

    I don't think the entire "red" part of the cape is actually twill. The finished edges / trim looks more like suede / micro velvet.

    So now I'll look for a close-as-possible match for the burgundy twill.

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    Jun 13, 2016, 12:32 AM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #52

    GUYS! GUYS!

    Look what I found! I hope this helps you out.

    http://www.bbeautydesigns.com/#!dr-strange/c1ipf

    Both of us were stricken with an awful virus that had us flattened for weeks. No fancy Dr. Strange costume in time for Denver Comic Con, but maybe another time for us.
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    Jun 13, 2016, 1:24 AM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #53

    This is fantastic! Though in the diagram, "Plain fabric" makes me cringe. lol

    Marvel likes their "brick" patterns. TASM 2, Netflix: Daredevil, etc.

    I'll see about adding the brick because it looks like their pattern is missing the ugly random gradient splotches.

    Unless of course you stain it post, instead of just printing it that way.

    I hope you guys get better quickly!
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  4. Jun 13, 2016, 10:04 AM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #54

    Whoa, Nice find! and very happy that my rough pattern of the cape seems to be on point!


    TheGrey said: View Post
    GUYS! GUYS!

    Look what I found! I hope this helps you out.

    http://www.bbeautydesigns.com/#!dr-strange/c1ipf

    Both of us were stricken with an awful virus that had us flattened for weeks. No fancy Dr. Strange costume in time for Denver Comic Con, but maybe another time for us.
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    Jun 13, 2016, 5:36 PM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #55

    Any one have pics of the back of the belt ?
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    Jun 13, 2016, 6:32 PM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #56

    I don't, and I have a great deal of pics.

    Here is where I'm at with the Cape print. It's a LOT more accurate than the one I made before, and free for everyone to use. Any input is welcome!
    The picture is an example, the link is the full image.

    It is 72 inches by 56 inches. I plan on printing it on Cotton Sateen at FabricOnDemand.com

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    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3J...ew?usp=sharing

    EDIT!
    I have a more accurate version uploading to Google Drive.
    The new texture is tilted into "diamond shapes" so you can cut out the cape as one solid piece. There is left over space so the second link has the "ugly squares" that are colored differently on the cape. Meant for adding the "patches" wherever you see fit.
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    Jun 14, 2016, 3:58 PM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #57

    Don't order the fabrics I listed from Fabric.com.

    I got everything in today and the colors are completely wrong.

    The linen looks like periwinkle :'(

    Google Drive is still uploading. I guess I'm having internet problems.
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    Jun 14, 2016, 9:51 PM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #58

    Print with "ugly bits" on it. I'll add the "clean" texture to this post as soon as it loads.

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3J...ew?usp=sharing

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    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3...XJEemQ2UlZtV0E

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    Jun 14, 2016, 9:58 PM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #59

    The Prop Lord said: View Post
    Print with "ugly bits" on it. I'll add the "clean" texture to this post as soon as it loads.

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3J...ew?usp=sharing

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    Gorgeous! Thanks for working on this. And thanks to everyone (you included Prop Lord!) for linking the hardware from shapeways. I'm helping a friend of mine put his costume together and these made great birthday presents.
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    Jun 14, 2016, 10:02 PM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #60

    WilhelmScreamer said: View Post
    I think you are on the right track with the embossing. The cape seems to be a patchwork of red herring bone and embossed fabrics (likely velvet) in alternating patterns. if you look at the below, the lighter parts of the fabric square look like embossed Xs. It might be useful to make a similar 3d model plate with raised Xs that you can iron into velvet.

    http://i.imgur.com/g7hs3HS.jpg
    Is it just me or does it appear that the panels of the cape are cut along the bias? Just below the yellow marker there it looks like the (herringbone?) is at a diagonal. I could see this being easier to draft a pattern from and might lend a distinctive flow to the cape.
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    Jun 15, 2016, 12:34 AM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #61

    BitterBits said: View Post
    Is it just me or does it appear that the panels of the cape are cut along the bias? Just below the yellow marker there it looks like the (herringbone?) is at a diagonal. I could see this being easier to draft a pattern from and might lend a distinctive flow to the cape.
    Can confirm suspected herringbone
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    Jun 15, 2016, 1:14 AM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #62

    Thanks for the complement! I wanted to give back to the community some how, I figured this would be a could opportunity.

    Is it herringbone? It looks like it is going in one direction, like a Twill.

    Is there a picture somewhere supporting this? Not that I don't believe you
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    Jun 15, 2016, 2:24 AM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #63

    The Prop Lord said: View Post
    Is there a picture somewhere supporting this? Not that I don't believe you
    Here comes the huge upload :P
    Oh god I broke it! -
    https://borgdotcom.files.wordpress.com/2016/01/cumberbatch-doctor-strange-f.jpg
    http://i.imgur.com/F98csBl.jpg
    https://www.film.ru/sites/default/fi...926-853718.jpg

    Download target then have a close look.
    I think I had another somewhere.

    -Variety not quality: http://blog.naver.com/PostView.nhn?blogId=kimmisung08&logNo=220673567875 &parentCategoryNo=&categoryNo=&viewDate=&isShowPop ularPosts=false&from=postView


    --Download, fullscreen and stare at the attached image for 5minutes and tell me it doesn't look herringbone.

    Damnit.. now I'm doubting it myself!
    ....Maybe it's just a twill or something... *sob*
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    Jun 15, 2016, 2:52 PM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #64

    I believe you are right! If that's not herringbone... I need to start wearing my glasses.

    It looks like they do use a Twill on part of the shoulder though.

    I took the biggest image you shared, converted it into a PNG and enlarged it by 350%. You can see eeeeeeverything now. lol

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3...HdBemJzYURpak0

    #1 = Suede
    #2 = Herringbone
    #3 = Jacquard ???
    #4 = Jacquard ???
    #5 = Twill
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  15. Jun 16, 2016, 9:48 AM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #65

    3 and 4 look like embossed or acid etched velvet to me.

    The Prop Lord said: View Post
    I believe you are right! If that's not herringbone... I need to start wearing my glasses.

    It looks like they do use a Twill on part of the shoulder though.

    I took the biggest image you shared, converted it into a PNG and enlarged it by 350%. You can see eeeeeeverything now. lol

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3...HdBemJzYURpak0

    #1 = Suede
    #2 = Herringbone
    #3 = Jacquard ???
    #4 = Jacquard ???
    #5 = Twill
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    Jun 16, 2016, 2:00 PM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #66

    Just a side note, I made the ring more screen accurate.

    Be sure to check "Print anyway" when you get it printed in metal. It likes to freak out over the "border" around the "rectangular" bits on the top of the ring.

    https://www.shapeways.com/product/EC...ange-ring-left

    It fits Ring size 9, and MAYBE 9.5 (as it is slightly loose at #9

    If you need the size adjusted to fit smaller or larger fingers, let me know and I will get another size on the page.

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    Jun 17, 2016, 4:49 AM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #67

    Right hand ring is ready!!! It uses more material so metal prints are a tad bit more than the Left hand ring. I'll still probably order one in Matte or Polished Gold for myself.

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    Jun 17, 2016, 9:55 AM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #68

    So I'm curious what thoughts are about the squiggly fabric? I did a cursory look online but didn't see anything I thought would really be good enough. Maybe draw on puff paint instead?

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    Jun 17, 2016, 11:05 PM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #69

    I feel like they may have printed that design on with rubber or screenprinted rubber, similarly to just about every other costume MARVEL puts out. Ant-Man's first suit has a square pattern that is printed, Spider-Man has bricks. Black Panther has at least 4 different printed designs.

    I'll probably just use a red Puff Paint mixed with different Matte Angules Direct paints to color match it. Then attempt to "burn" the paint with a heat gun to make it more Matte.

    The website looks a little shady, but it's legit. I use them whenever I run out. lol

    http://www.dharmatrading.com/paints/...her-paint.html

    Their colors are also VERY close to their swatch pallet.
  20. Jun 19, 2016, 7:55 AM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #70

    I think it might be an example of channel corded fabric, wherein cording is sewn between two layers of fabric using a double needle

    https://books.google.com/books?id=Yo...fabric&f=false

    The Prop Lord said: View Post
    I feel like they may have printed that design on with rubber or screenprinted rubber, similarly to just about every other costume MARVEL puts out. Ant-Man's first suit has a square pattern that is printed, Spider-Man has bricks. Black Panther has at least 4 different printed designs.

    I'll probably just use a red Puff Paint mixed with different Matte Angules Direct paints to color match it. Then attempt to "burn" the paint with a heat gun to make it more Matte.

    The website looks a little shady, but it's legit. I use them whenever I run out. lol

    http://www.dharmatrading.com/paints/...her-paint.html

    Their colors are also VERY close to their swatch pallet.
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    Jun 19, 2016, 3:07 PM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #71

    WilhelmScreamer said: View Post
    I think it might be an example of channel corded fabric, wherein cording is sewn between two layers of fabric using a double needle

    https://books.google.com/books?id=Yo...fabric&f=false
    Cool idea!

    I highly doubt they did that though because each strand looks like it is about 1/8th of an inch thick. That much piping would be insane to sew, and nearly impossible at 1/8th of an inch, simply because 2 layers of fabric + 1/8th inch piping cord would be much thicker than the "strings". Now, they do make 1/6th inch cord, but I have no idea how they would sew that all down to the "base".
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    Jun 19, 2016, 9:49 PM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #72

    Why did I have to pick THIS cosplay!??
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    Jun 20, 2016, 11:09 PM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #73

    For anyone who is attempting this cosplay with us, we wish you luck.
    It is not easy and at times you will feel like giving up. The creators of this costume have gone to some pretty impressive lengths to make this difficult.
    I am not much of a sewing person so this is driving me insane. I have less than a month until I have to be finished and fly out to LA.
    I'm down to about the cloak and beginning to panic. This would be so much easier if I didn't work full time!

    Picture attached of my almost complete 3D printing and painting
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    Jun 21, 2016, 3:13 PM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #74

    So I have a small space in the back of the Eye of Agamotto.. Do I go to the effort of fitting it with a Yellow LED?
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    Jun 21, 2016, 4:00 PM - Re: Doctor Strange costume (Benedict Cumberbatch version) question #75

    I don't think so, since your eye is the "closed version". Whereas, it seems that when the eye is open, it reveals (possibly) an Infinity Stone/Gem, which is greenish yellow from the promo pictures.

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