1 January

New addition to my Etsy shop!

I now have two offerings for sale as patterns.

The hand stitching cord pattern as printable sheets with instructions

https://www.etsy.com/listing/216457953/cording-pattern-for-padme-purple-senate?ref=shop_home_active_1

And Midna has been updated to include skirt design patterns.

https://www.etsy.com/listing/189726777/midna-cloak-instructions-patterns-and?ref=listing-shop-header-1

25 August

Midna Pendant done!

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And 3D print ready.

Midna_pendant_2Sized to about 3 inches long by 2 wide. The bottom crossover looks weird, but that’s the way it is on the game model, it doesn’t twist together until the last vine bit. I left out the center red gem because it’ll look better if you insert your own clear gem rather than painting it as part of the thing. The very middle bar should be cut off before mounting.  I’m going to ask my friend to do a test print and see how big the holes at the top actually are, and if the weird beak tips come out okay.

Saved as an STL file, should be no problems with it.

24 August

New 3D print object

Midna_PendantFinally started True Form Midna’s forehead pendant thing. I think I’m going to chop off the head of the bird/snake thing and start over- it’s lumpy and I don’t like it.  Once I fix or re-do the head, I’ll mirror it and adjust the crossings. The final product should be around 3 inches long at most.  It’s kinda big but not super big.

A friend of mine who I hope will be a co-worker soon just got a Maker Bot 3D printer.  Ours isn’t up and running yet, and she’s offered to test print some things for me, possibly helping me sell some items too.  Hers can only handle stuff up to around 4 inches by 4 inches, but that’s enough for some of the cosplay pieces I need, and some I can sell.

15 May

New Etsy Item!

True Form Midna sewing instructions, patterns and printable guides.

The PDF has complete instructions for making the cloak.  Later versions will include the skirt and other items.  Midna is my first true costume love, and I still haven’t really retired her, even if I haven’t worn her in over a year.

Back_Pattern inversePurchasing the file also gets you the above pattern that can be printed out full size for someone who is between 5’5″ and 5’8″.  Any more or less, and I’ll do an adjustment and save out a new file, otherwise it can be difficult to position and keep in proportion.

 

3 March

New Midna Pattern in my Etsy store!

https://www.etsy.com/listing/181311874/midna-cloak-back-pattern-design

It’s a printable pattern that can be used as a design template for the back of her cloak.

8 April

My version of the Twilight Mirror from Zelda

TwilightMirror_Kimberly2

3D_TwilightMirror

I forgot I made these a few months ago!

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