Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Add these to any 19th century shirt and turn it into a Gibson Girl shirtwaist! I sculpted these with obvious gathers at the shoulder and a lot of additional drape built right in to the texture so these prims are NOT dependent on a special "fabric" texture for them to look good. Note: these are the sleeve poufs only. Shirts are sold separately. They are copy/mod, so you can really use them for a lot of applications.
My first line of hats is inspired by the US Army campaign hats of the late 19th century. Popularized by Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders, these hats are perfect for a "working man" look. They would look great on a surveyor, engineer, woodsman, or cowboy...or just on your day off. Available individually for L$100 each, or all four for L$300. They are copy/mod, so very customizable.
Saturday, September 4, 2010
First up will be four different "blocks" or "crushes" of the late 19th century standard issue campaign hat, popularly known as the Rough Riders hat (Spanish American War). Available will be the standard block (see Steelhead Militia uniform, above), one with a pushed up front brim, rolled brim (sides), and of course...the Teddy block: