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Peter Pan by phantomnova Peter Pan by phantomnova
Peter Pan! Halloween 2009

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:iconmyuca:
Myuca Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2012
woah great =O
you look awesome =D
i could imagine this as his outfit in the original novel <3
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:iconartistofwonderland:
ArtistofWonderland Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
This is amazing!! Did you make the costume?
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:iconphantomnova:
phantomnova Featured By Owner May 1, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Yup! I actually have a separate DA now for all my costume stuff. :) [link]
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antillies Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2012
LOVE the costume.
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Soragirl6 Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2011
Nice! You look almost like the real thing.
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FedericaDN Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2011  Student Artisan Crafter
Oh, Peter *_*
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TweedVest Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2011  Professional General Artist
you look great!
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DuysPhotoShoots Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2011
I have a question! How did you do the stitching? I know how to stitch, but what I mean is: you know how there's a line in between the sides of each stitches, did you cut up the fabric then stitch it together?
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phantomnova Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
I'm not exactly sure what you mean. Could you clarify? :)
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DuysPhotoShoots Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2011
Oh blah sorry haha.
Well you have the large stitching on the outside with the huge strings. Under that, there's the actual stitching to keep the shirt together, and it's really noticeable (for details!)
I was wondering you actually cut up the shirt, then sew it together.
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