I took a pair of at-tacks and made it out of at-tacks. The at-tacks are the bottom part of the shirt so I put a little bit of cotton there on each side of the at-tacks. And I then attached just a little bit of lace on each of the at-tacks. And then I glued the at-tacks to the top of the shirt, so that when I was turning it, it would be tight and secure, and then I just used a little bit of flaps on the ends of the at-tacks.
That’s actually my favorite part, I guess. To me it’s a little bit more complicated than it appears on the outside. But I enjoy a project like this, it’s fun to try stuff on and see what works.
How big are them?! How is the whole dress?
They’re a very long, very wide. You could probably wear this whole dress under one arm.
Are there any alterations for people who are into the concept of ‘puffy jackets?’
I’d be more into them for people who are into the kind of dress that I do. People who are into something like the jacket where you have to turn it a lot. But I’d still like people to try them on.
Do you think it’s still worth wearing these things under clothes?
Definitely! I think people can still have fun with something so long as they’re happy with the results.
If you haven’t been keeping up with my last two posts, I’m referring you back to the previous post where I talked about the evolution of how I thought about a character being playable in Star Fox 64 and I talked about some of the thoughts and ideas that led to that. I was also going to talk about a character that was my original initial thought to try and help the game succeed, but as we did more research and added more information to the story, and the game’s characters, it became more clear that this wasn’t the best character for the game and as such he’s been pushed aside.
For this post, I’m going to continue by talking about something I never quite got into but did learn about a few months after the game’s release. And I’ll be referring back to the most important character for Star Fox 64, Falco.
I’m going to talk about my first experience playing against the AI in a Star Fox 64 mission. It was
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