Okay so it wasn't Monday but Tuesday. Having a small kid means you go to sleep early. So the first part of the pictures shows the kind of glue i use, and also the plastic brush I use to apply this kind of glue, it's a '"paint shaper'" or so they tell. So what i am doing is just rolling the sleeve against a match so that it creates some of the folds you have as the lapel of the sleeve is of a smaller diameter than the sleeve of course. Once i have some nice folds, i cut the sleeve like you would have normally for a shirt and then i glue a folded-up sheet of cig paper to have a stronger feel about that lapel. Then I set apart the unglued part of the lapel from the sleeve so that the whole could get more pliability once I will shape the whole shirt.
Then -and here you have to be *careful* because half of the real trick is there. Well, just manage to twist the glued paper between your fingers so that you *break the paper's structure*, only then you will see that the paper will get quite a cloth like look :) Okay, the following of this SBS is scheduled for monday i suppose :) Special note for the french J'ai noté qu'un certain nombre de français passaient par la traduction Google pour lire mon blabla, j'en suis désolé, entretenir ce blog est aussi pour moi une bonne façon d'entretenir mon anglais, mais je réponds aux questions s'il y a un truc précis que vous voulez savoir :)
I have been posting this fig in some forum and i got a lot of praise about the cloth made of cigarette paper. i have been using this trick for years, mainly to build some newspapers and open books. It's a really ideal material, i have been smoking for years when i was younger, and you learn fast the properties of this material while trying to roll a fag with more than one sheet of cig paper, or even when you are dead drunk. the material is real strong, resists to water and dead thin too! -here's now how to do a shirt in cigarette paper. First cut the cig paper roughly like I have been showing above, cut 2 times near the collar and fold back the 2 bits inside the collar. these 2 bits will serve as gluing surfaces, they need to be not so visible as you need to use a surface which will be bigger than -say the shirt's hem.
yeah, close enough :) Sorry for this, but all my dioramas are my own story, I really love the real History, but it has mostly nothing to do with my dioramas; first i have the idea and then i try to hook it up to some particular time of history so that it winds up the people looking at my dioramas :) So basically, that's me as a 1920 Hungarian Red Hussar.