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Think of Me Dress WIP 2 by Katikut Think of Me Dress WIP 2 by Katikut
My Think of me dress is almost finished! I still need to embroid all the skirt with those big stars! So much work! Sorry for the bad quality of these pics. I only had a webcam, an iPhone and a very bad light to take pics!
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:iconplanxtafroggie:
planxtafroggie Feb 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Not a HUGE fan of Phantom, but Christine always wore lovely full dresses on "stage" (ie during her singing performaces.).

Just saying that you did a lovely job here. ^^
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:iconshakespearenut:
I'm just browsing all of your dresses and I'm blown away by your skill. Bravo madam!
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:icongreencherryplum:
Greencherryplum Jan 23, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
wow:) i love How fluffy your dress is:)

How did you make the skirt so big and fluffy?
did you use underskirts and a lot of folded fabric?

cause i am searching for a method to make the skirt of my planned white queen dress like that and dont really want to use a farthingale cause its so difficult to sit down^^○
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Katikut Jan 23, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
There's a crinoline : [link] I don't imagine if I had to use net / pleated fabric :S
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Greencherryplum Jan 24, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
thats what i meant. i dont want to use one cause its so difficult to sit down^^° cause i want to go on a convention and there wont be enough space for the enormous skirt.

do you know these ones?
[link]

in german they are called "poschen".
but i thought it would be possible to make askirt so big and fluffy with underskirts:(

another one i asked about a fluffy skirt meant that i only need two fluffy underskirts and a pillow for the hips.

LIke that [link]

its like a substitute to the "poschen".

so you used a crinoline? wow.
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:iconkatikut:
Katikut Jan 25, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
The posckets on the side are 18th century undergardments. I've got one at home. That's amsolutly not for a crinoline O_o Here's the shape you need to have with this kind of "pockets":
[link]
The other thing you are showing to me is a "faux cul". Which is made for the same kind of dresses. you CAN'T make Christine's dress without a crinoline. It's impossible. You can also wear nothing if you don't care about the shape. That's what I'd do instead of having a weiiiird shape with 18th century pocket hoops O_o
The dress without the crinoline cage looks like this: [link]

:)

Oh and it's NOT difficult at all to sit with a crinoline O_o [link] :)
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:icongreencherryplum:
Greencherryplum Jan 25, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
wow. without the crinoline your dress looks beautiful too *_*

i think you misunderstood me^^° i want to make the dress of the white queen.(or did i forget to write that>u<°?)
[link]
[link]

and cause she is able to sit on a horse with this dress i know she is not wearing a crinoline cage.

and these pockets are collapsible right? but they make a too strong shape too...
so i thought 2 underskirts and a pillow at the back(or even at the sides) would help.

i also thought that only making a halfunderskirt(you now only riffled at the back so the front wont be pushed up too much).

perhaps i will just try it out^^°and see what it will look like.
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Katikut Jan 25, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Oh it's me, I'm sick since Tuesday I don't have all my capacities T_T So Yes, pocket hoops will me fine :) It's a 18th century inspired dress.
[link] < you need these ones. You can crush them without any problem, it's not strong at all. You can deform them if you need to pass through a small area.

Really, make or buy pocket hoops. The render will be perfect and it will be more comfortable than a heavy skirt (REALLY.). I've already made a con with a 18th century dress, with a corest and everything, and it was really fine.
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:icongreencherryplum:
Greencherryplum Jan 25, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
ok:)

then perhaps pocket hoops are better^^ i just thought it would be funny with a fluffy skirt underneaht>u<°

and i will add a pillow or some riffles at the back so it stands up, too.

cause the dress of the white queen somehow has more the form of a circle than an oval. it is just moved back so the front seems flatter...

thank you so much for your help<3 be sure i will ask you again>u<
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Katikut Jan 25, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
You'll be warm if you use many petticoats I think :)
The qhite queen maybe has a faux cul which gives also volume in the back and less on the sides. :)
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