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Shepard Cerberus Outfit - WIP by ravenwing136 Shepard Cerberus Outfit - WIP by ravenwing136
Work in Progress of [link]

This pattern was made for a 160cm/5'4'' female :D Use as a guide only! :D

Thanks to all the great people who showed interest in improving on Shepard's outfit! :D I'm sorry I haven't a better copy of the pattern, but hopefully the main steps I took for this outfit have been documented well enough for more similarly-inclined people to follow! :) Have fun guys!

:iconawesomegarrusplz: MASS EFFECT 3!!!!!
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AardvarkEcho Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2012  Professional Photographer
Pictures are up!
[link] & [link]

-AE
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ravenwing136 Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2012  Student General Artist
AWESOME! Must see this! :omg: IT's amazing!
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kishi-san Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2012  Student Filmographer
welll ME3 is not that far away, right? XD
//are you going to make more Garris things then

man i love how you annotate things :''''D
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ravenwing136 Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2012  Student General Artist
Haha why not, it's Garrus :XD:

LOL thanks, but seriously WHY? My annotations are always TL;DR :XD:
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AardvarkEcho Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2012  Professional Photographer
Okay, got it! Now to bring it to scale and start work! :D
-AE
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ravenwing136 Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2012  Student General Artist
:w00t!: Show me when you're done!
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AardvarkEcho Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2012  Professional Photographer
Oh don't worry - I'll take stage-by-stage photos just like you did, so you can see where/if I did things differently.

Right now I'm stressing out over fabric selection, and the re-sizing of the pattern pieces has me doing (gasp!) math! I am trying so hard just to make everything cohesive.

I did alter the shape of the right-front-top, to include a dart, because I couldn't find any stretchknit or spandex and as a result, I'll need it. But so far, that's the only change I've made.

(also for some reason the ink pen I'm using to draw the pieces out with is blotting something fierce, so both my hands are covered in random ink blots!)

-AE
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ravenwing136 Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2012  Student General Artist
Great! Thanks, I'd love to see your project, I bet I'll learn a lot from your work! :D Interesting, I'm not sure how much the pattern will need to change for a stretch fabric (heaven help me use cloth that costs more than $3 a metre :XD:) Oh, and instead of ink, try permanent markers like sharpie. It stands out WAAAY more and is so much easier to cut to! :D Thanks friend, and have fun! :glomp:
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AardvarkEcho Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2012  Professional Photographer
Well, the ink pen is for the paper. I like a finer line on the paper so I can't allow the cut to wobble across it and it gives me a finer edge on the fabric when I pin the paper down.

I've gone through two separate pattern variations thus far and am about to try a third... unable to find stretch fabric in the right colors, but while I've made the non-stretch fabric I have work, I've managed to miscalculate the positions of the darts.

I've also learned that I cannot cheat and applique any of the pieces. I gave it a try and it looks absolutely hideous. Thankfully, the "test run" fabrics I'm wasting on this isn't the same as what the final product will be made out of.

I need to upload the photos... have been so ungodly busy that I had to quit sewing, though! Ack! No time, no time! Still trying to make it happen, though... got my reserved copy all paid off. Too bad my 360 had to RROD on me last night. :(

I'll keep you posted!
-AE
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Krizy Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2012  Professional General Artist
Whoa, that is amazing! Excellent work! :la:
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