.NOELLE RASCO.

Costume Designer•Sticher•Crafty Bitch

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sponged on acrylic paint to get a bit of a watercolor effect on the sleeves and sprayed slightly watered down black acrylic paint over the stencil for the leopard print

sponged on acrylic paint to get a bit of a watercolor effect on the sleeves and sprayed slightly watered down black acrylic paint over the stencil for the leopard print

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Made the stencil for my sleeves :D
I had sheets of clear plastic for stencils from AC Moore so I traced a pattern I found online and cut it out with an x-acto knife. The sheets are a little thick which made cutting out the many small curves a bit tedious but its done now and the stencil is much more durable for it so it’s worth it.

Made the stencil for my sleeves :D

I had sheets of clear plastic for stencils from AC Moore so I traced a pattern I found online and cut it out with an x-acto knife. The sheets are a little thick which made cutting out the many small curves a bit tedious but its done now and the stencil is much more durable for it so it’s worth it.

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Dyeing done! Not incredibly dark, but black enough for my purposes. I used 1 bottle of Rit dye and if you want a true black I recommend you double that. Tomorrow I do the sleeves!

Dyeing done! Not incredibly dark, but black enough for my purposes. I used 1 bottle of Rit dye and if you want a true black I recommend you double that. Tomorrow I do the sleeves!

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Quick rendering of how I’m dyeing my denim jacket. The torso is going to be black with the sleeves fading into a leopard print with a warm watercolor-like background.Plan of Attack:
Dye jacket black.
Spray diluted bleach on sleeves to achieve a light but warm base.
Spray solutions of acrylic paint and water on sleeves for desired background color effect.
Using a stencil and either paint, fabric marker, or fabric spray paint outline and then color-in the leopard print (I still need to experiment to see which will work best).
After all that is done I have a whole bunch of patches, studs, spikes, etc. to add :D

Quick rendering of how I’m dyeing my denim jacket. The torso is going to be black with the sleeves fading into a leopard print with a warm watercolor-like background.

Plan of Attack:

  1. Dye jacket black.
  2. Spray diluted bleach on sleeves to achieve a light but warm base.
  3. Spray solutions of acrylic paint and water on sleeves for desired background color effect.
  4. Using a stencil and either paint, fabric marker, or fabric spray paint outline and then color-in the leopard print (I still need to experiment to see which will work best).
  5. After all that is done I have a whole bunch of patches, studs, spikes, etc. to add :D

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