Continues from Part 4
Well, actually parts of the shirt – namely sleeves and collar and zhabot.
Tools and materials: cotton voile, lace, Gemtac glue, measuring tape, jewelry findings, toothpicks, tweezers
small sharp scissors, Magnifier Head Band
I cut the sleeves a little too short, so I just dropped them to the elbow.
Similar to waistcoat (more detailed description of pattern construction – in Part 4.
1. Measure length (to the knees).
4. Half of chest circumference.
11. Neck circumference measurement.
Those cuttings of removable scotch tape are useful to clean up the dust and fibers from fabric.
If you are worried whether you cut well, quickly sew it with white thread and try it on.
This overcoat will be pretty elaborate, so trying it on before committing sound like a good idea.
Finishing the edges with Fabritac glue.
King and Jester are fully dressed.
Next – throne for King.
Next animation exercise.
Made with Photoshop.
To be continued…