Published at Wednesday, January 29th, 2020 - 07:17:24 AM. wedding. By Arnt König.
color ivory although this is pure white I don’t know why this is considered ivory this is white so I have mixed emotions about this dress I feel like it had a lot of potential but it just felt short literally it is short it’s too short for me you can see my toes peeking out but that’s not really the problem there’s like another layer underneath everything on top a bit see-through and you can see my feet like from that layer so it’s just kind of you can it’s obviously too short I do think that the detailing in the front is nice like it’s it’s decently well done I like that it’s gradual and added the appliques in a nice random kind of way I can’t
I’m an insert my bones into these casings and as always the classic bones look like this and if you watch my other video this is the plastic bone this is what it needs to be done towards the ends using to round it off and then you just insert it into the bodice like this and this will keep the shape of the bust and help the bodice to stay up I’m going to insert all my bones into this bodice and then move on to the skirt so here is my skirt this is the front skirt okay and I’ve also cut the back portion of the skirt as well and I’m gonna go ahead and connect them at the side scene with a French theme and finish and leave me the center back open now as you can see the skirt is not a panel I didn’t want to have a panel look on the outside I just wanted to kind of give it a feel for it with the petticoat underneath so in my last tutorial I showed you how I created my petticoat I did look at the comments and someone
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