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Ask-Black-Rainbow Jan 10, 2014  Student Digital Artist
hey~ I really just LOVE your how-to of Silica from SAO
(yes I did too look at your other art)
but I have 3 questions, how did you make the chest plate? how long did it take you to make the costume (in total) ? and how did you make Pina?
I am going to cosplay with my friend, I am Silica and she will be Asuna
I would really appreciate it if you replied!
thanks
 
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midnightamanecosplay Aug 24, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
i really love your silica how to. how did you make the chest plate?
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Sabi3293 Apr 25, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Well..... I just wanted to say that your work is really awesome and that I really love your "tutorials" about the Sword Art Online cosplays. (And I hope you understand what I want to say here. xD)
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Otakuzilla Apr 11, 2013  Student Artist
Hi!
I just love your Recette cosplay, so cute and cartoonish!
I'm making a Tear cosplay and got linked to your photo, what fabric did you use for such a great effect? o.o
Also, your Sword Art Online black skirt tutorial looks great, definitely using that for her white underskirt thingie! : D
(oh, and how did you make Recette's shoes? Are the soles made of fabric too? did you sew it on to an actual pair? )

Please reply!
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LiJianliang Apr 15, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The apron and the skirt were poplin and the coveralls were linen and lined. The belts were suedecloth.

The shoes were suedecloth fabric sewn onto a giant pair of sandals. Please take a look at my progress photos here ([link]) for details and notes.
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