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WIP - White Witch Mail 3 by Verdaera WIP - White Witch Mail 3 by Verdaera
Here is my progress on my Jadis White Witch battle costume from the Chronicles of Narnia. Sorry for the lack of a fancy back-drop! I haven't posted a progress picture in 2 years on this, I'll admit it's been relegated to a side-project for awhile, but I'm determined to finish it next year. I'm about 80-85% done with the skirt, I have 2 more of these triangular inserts to go, and I'm hoping to have it finished by spring. It is currently up to 6lbs even.

Here's the last update I made on this:

WIP - White Witch Mail 2 by Verdaera

***PLEASE NOTE: My work is not 'cosplay', it is costuming. Costuming is the art of creating costumes and designing a character look. 'Cosplay' is the activity of role playing while in costume, which not an activity I participate in, and is often confused for costuming.. Please only refer to my work as Costuming. Thank you for your understanding.***
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SweeneyT-DemonBarber Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2014
This is some seriously impressive costuming work and I can definitely see why it would take so long to complete. This looks amazing! Looking forward to more updates.
Also glad you made the distinction between costuming and cosplay, as I can relate since people often confuse character performers and impersonators for cosplayers :P
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YoukoKitsuneBi Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2014   Digital Artist
I'm thoroughly impressed, where did you learn to work with chainmail?  Like how does a person start that? :) 
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Verdaera Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thanks :) I'm actually self-taught! There's tons of free tutorials out there. The basic chain weave is called European 4-1. This site has some beginner's instructions: www.artofchainmail.com/pattern…

Also, theringlord.com is my source for chainmail supplies, they also have instructions and a forum, and buying from there is *much* cheaper than trying to get supplies at a craft store. Also, youtube has some good videos. Once you get used to the basic weave and increasing/decreasing, it's pretty simple!
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YoukoKitsuneBi Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2014   Digital Artist
Wow, thank you so much!  That's so awesome!  I'll definitely look into all of the things, so cool!
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MurielTailorcraft Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
astohishing. never seen anything like this.
you're awesome!
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Pirkleations Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Six lbs of AWESOME!!  :)
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