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Progress.


This is a continuation of my DIY-able SS'13 post, where I show you the progress I've made in creating a print for the first concept, Air Mail. Please feel free to leave feedback, and give suggestions. I'm buying suiting material next weekend, and I'm making the pattern for the clothing during the course of the week.I decided to make the print very symmetrical and structured, because since I don't know how to sew, I wasn't going to be playing around that much with the shape of the actual piece. The symmetry would make it easier for me to actually put the piece together, a kind of ruler, if you will. And even if I do get adventurous with the shape of the piece, asymmetry would look beautiful with this anyway.

If you guys were wondering, the actual print will be much larger, and it looks pretty good in high resolution at 100in. x 100in. (or so Photoshop tells me). 


P.S. In case you couldn't tell, I definitely messed up with spacing here and there, but right now the general concept is more important.. I'll fix it ASAP. 

P.P.S. I'm doing progress updates on the blog, because if I'm not accountable to you guys, I am well aware that NOTHING WILL GET DONE. Sometimes, my lethargy is kind of tragic. I blame it on the teenage years, though they are drawing close to an end. 

P.P.P.S. Today was supposed to be an outfit day, but not only was the weather not as cloudy and depressing as I hoped it'd be, I had two back to back lacrosse games in the morning/afternoon, am currently trying to finish this post before I work on my kinetic sculpture project, and I have work tonight with a test in the morning. Stessed? Hardly.