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LARP Leather Armor - Phase 2 by Astanael LARP Leather Armor - Phase 2 by Astanael
Work finished (see previous posts)
Neat oil and brand new pauldrons.
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:iconmoonchildluiza:
THOSE..... SWORDS..... *.*
god, I'm in love.
This armor is amazing.
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:iconastanael:
Astanael May 20, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Oooow... Thoses swords were old. very old. I think I revamped the two for a jedi larp.

Thank you for the compliment ^^
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:iconmoonchildluiza:
You're welcome.
They would look good on a Skyrim outfit too. *.*
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Mandrakil Jun 9, 2009  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Wow, really nice work. I love the design of the pauldrons and the torso armor. And the way your swords are carried on your back looks awesome. But don't they move quite a lot when you run?

Anyway, great work!
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Astanael Jun 18, 2009  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Not quite, they are well balanced and stuck enough to stay in position. And fortunately my arms are long enough to pull them out.

But I'm still thinking that I can manage something better for rear sword quiver.

btw, thanks for the compliment. I'm still a newbie in this stuff.
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soragaki Jul 10, 2010  Student Digital Artist
I recommend to make some kind of popper mechanism so you can release th swords easier.

good luck and great armor. :)
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:iconblacklist-artist:
On a side note: Are there any boots to match?
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Astanael Dec 7, 2008  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Of course. One does not run in the wild without a good ol';pair of leather boots.

But due to the fact I do not possess a fish's eye, I did cut them on the photo. Anyway, mines are juste regular horsing boots, nothing more.
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:iconblacklist-artist:
Simply amazing! Stunning. I wish I had the talent and the patients to put something together like that. I'm speechless.
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Astanael Dec 7, 2008  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Only those who never tried never fails. Talent doen't matter, although I recogne that patience does.

Thx.
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