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Blackbat 05 by tenleid Blackbat 05 by tenleid
Blackbat: :icontenleid:
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MagnaDefender Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2014
Awesome.
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erlan2501 Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
me gusta!!! / i like this picture... ;)
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AspiringAries Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2014  Student Photographer
Hi! Great cosplay! How did you do the lower bicep, upper rib and arm pit areas?
I have this HORRIBLE problem of completely DESTROYING the stitching in that area when ever I make and wear something. Especially if I do a back flip or am climbing
Also do you wear anything under your suit to help you move around easier, like nylons or under armor?
Thanks and beautiful job!
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tenleid Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Thanks!

I actually construct all of my stretch material with a serger, which is not only a stronger stitch but allows for more stretch than a regular sewing machine!

With specific costumes I sometimes wear a secondary VERY tight spandex suit under, but not in Blackbat!
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AspiringAries Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2014  Student Photographer
Sergers look amazing!   A little out of my range right now, but if you have a preferred brand or recommendations,  I would love to hear any thoughts and warning you can share.
    The majority of my sewing has been a low cost (and limited stitching options) sewing machine (that LOVES to jam up on anything heavier than a light T shirt *sigh* -_-), and manual stitching for smaller pieces or heavier materials.  So I am in definite need of an upgrade.

And when you said you do not wear anything under your Blackbat costume, does that mean b & p's too?   If so,  even with things taped up, I would be worried about chaffing as the day passed.   *ouch* :S   And even if not so, with my bad history of popped stitches, I (personally) would be scared to move a centimeter!   But with your skill and high quality costumes, its no wonder why you look so confident in your pictures!
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Botham1963 Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014
Stunning

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zhmel Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2014
you're really a hero 'cause just saved my day with this awesome pic!!
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blackzig Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2013
NICE PIC!
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ThePhoenixKing Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2013
Excellent work with both the costume and the shot itself. Thanks for sharing!
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fredjones859 Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2013
very beautiful!!!:) (Smile) 
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