Well, I couldn’t very well leave Archie pants-less. He’s scary enough. Even with the make-over an apartment guest recoiled slightly at his visage.
After the ass-reduction Archie couldn’t very well wear his old pants.
Also…Archie has some ugly pants.
Trust me, they are a repulsive fabric to behold.
But, accurate to the classic look.
There’s NO WAY I was ever going to find orange fabric with a black grid in the right scale. I didn’t like the original fabric enough to alter it either. So what I needed was to find a real-world interpretation of what those pants might be.
I used a Harris tweed with a subtle plaid pattern including flecks of orange. Then I altered the original pants and used them as a pattern. The original pants had pockets but two layers of tweed gets bulky.
When the stores reopened here I also hit a “Hobby-off”. Book-Off/ Hard-Off/Hobby-Off are a chain of resale shops selling books & Manga, furniture and home stuff, and geek stuff.
I am now off the Kinder-Egg grid for a Maz Kanata.
There are now Maz busts available online but I don’t want Maz or toys to totally takeover my apt…so I set out to upgrade Maz.
After (Her base is somewhere, will find when tidying up later)
It’s mostly just messy washes but it gives her a bit more depth. She’s really tiny. I will need even smaller brushes and magnifying visor if I do things on this scale.
2 thoughts on “Terror Gets a New Pair of Pants.”
Awesome! Bring back the old cartoons, where’s scooby doo? Lol!
If my father and stepmother ever come across one at a Wisconsin St. Vinnies, and it’s disturbing looking, I’m sure it will be sent to Japan where it can terrify a new nation.
Even with the repaint, friends make an involuntary noise of surprise when they see it.
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