The terrible thing about anxiety is that I can never tell if the crippling stomach pain is just anxiety or if I should go get that checked out…
The Internet is way too intense for me this week. Signing off for a while so I can focus on my finals.
So I’m opening myself up to Pax Prime shoots.
Sorry it’s taken so long for me to decide what to do, but ready to get back into everything again!
So I’m switching things up to how I operated in the past. Shoots this time are very limited.
I’m only taking 4-5 shoots at most over the course of the 4 day convention.
This time, it’s free. I just moved to the area- so treating this as a networking and more of a relaxed event to get more situated with everything out here on the west coast.
I will say I prefer people who been to Pax Prime before, this is my first time attending it so I’m not that familiar with the layout.
So guidance with that is very very appreciated.
As for time slots, this is all figuratively but will give up an hour of my time for the shoot. As for exact timing, will have to play by ear because the schedule isn’t up yet.
The turn around time I can’t say for certain at this point due to some uncontrollable circumstances that are going on. But will give preview and updates as quickly as I can.
If you’re interested please shoot me a PM and we will go from there!
And finally, if your interested in seeing more of my work, you can find it here.
And I believe that is all the information I think of right now.
Hope to see you at Prime, and work with you guys!
Signal boost for one of my favorite people and photographers! :D :D
One hundred hand-rolled fabric flowers down, hopefully only two hundred to go!
that feeling when the dress you made fits great everywhere but won’t close over your butt
Sorry for being MIA! I wanted to pop on here quickly with a little sewing/cosplay tip: princess seams on commercial patterns. I feel like princess seams are set up strangely on commercial patterns (probably to accommodate multiple sizes on one pattern) so I wanted to share how I do them easily.
1. Lay your fabric pieces down flat with your side bodice on the bottom and bodice front nearest to you. Pin as usual. Don’t worry about that curve yet.
2. Clip into your bodice front every half inch or so within your seam allowance. (You should have stay-stitched your bodice front according to your pattern. Don’t clip through your stitches!).
3. Clipping your bodice front FIRST (as opposed to after basting, as some patterns say) will allow you to stretch your bodice front to line up with your side bodice. Pin in place.
4. Sew! Be careful not to let your material bunch up under the presser foot.
And that’s the (very quick!) way I do my princess seams when using a pattern!