Ha ha ha ha!! No worries there, she's still the same sweetheart she's always been
She does wear it right. She put on all I've made of Aveline yesterday, and she "felt it". She said that because most parts are there she doesn't just see herself with a goofy hat on... It works and she wears it right.
DutchDefqonFeatured By OwnerSep 3, 2012Hobbyist Digital Artist
Awwww.... ^^ Ik denk dat Aveline wel even tevoorschijn komt in 3.. Hetzelfde als met liberation en dan met Connor.. Maar ik denk.. of nouja dat is een ruwe gok omdat ik hun karakter nog niet echt ken.. Maar ik denk dat ze een leuk koppel zouden zijn.. xD
Oh no, noooo she will not. Every teenager thinks their parents are just crazy. When she's about ... (lol I feel old now) my age, 21, I suppose she just might see how awesome u2 were. Cause, I can not even IMAGINE my parents would ever do something awesome as that. ^_^
- pouch / bag on her backside (attached to the bandoleer) - holster for the flintlock (including a decent attachment to the belt/tunic, the bloody gun is rather heavy) - shoulder guard/armor thingies... - under vest, the sleeves with the braided wiring in it. - African blowpipe. - Figuring out hair and make-up.
Just looked at some reference pictures and I get your problem with the holster. It seems that if you would attach it like the ref the flintlock, holster and belt would just flip down. However, they did use a shoulderbelt again in their design, so you might be able to attach the top to that belt .
I might do that, though that would put some strain on the whole shoulder range and I want these costumes to really sit well everytime you wear them.
I think I'll do it the same as I always do it (Altair's short blade, Boba's jetpack, Link's shield and sword) which is bolting it either directly unto the vest, or a supporting belt underneath the vest that is actually holding the gun in place. I think it is not as heavy as a jetpack or shield so just bolting it into place will probably be sufficient.