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AC III - Connor Cosplay at Firstlook 2012 by RBF-productions-NL AC III - Connor Cosplay at Firstlook 2012 by RBF-productions-NL
Costume made and worn by me.

Photo by Maryonne Vlasblom (THANK YOU!!!! It was fun to see, meet and greet you! We'll redo that at FACTS) Make sure to visit her gallery: [link]

Thanks Maryon!!

Picture taken at Firstlook 2012, Utrecht Jaarbeurs.

DONNOT USE WITHOUT EITHER MY OWN OR MARYONNE'S PERMISSION!
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otaku-drea Apr 3, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
asdfgh Wow your AC cosplays are truly magnificent :D I cannot even fathom how long it took you to make this, so much respects and props to you good sir :)
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RBF-productions-NL Apr 7, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you so very much!!
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otaku-drea Apr 7, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You are very welcome!
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:iconblaesbjerg:
Omfg! Your pictures are amazing! You have The perfect features for assassins creed hunks, no matter the game! So hot! So real. Best I've ever seen
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Chibiratsu Aug 11, 2013  Professional Filmographer
Whoa bro... o-o I still can't believe it.
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RBF-productions-NL Aug 15, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Ha ha! Thanks!
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:icondolphin-ocean:
This costume is sooo amazing! You did such a great job!!
     I am planning on making one myself, though I am having a hard time finding a pattern or something to go by to make the coat, do you have a pattern you used, or a pattern you could suggest, or maybe a copy of what you used. Anything would be helpful, and if you have any advice please let me know. I am wanting to make a costume that is so good that it doesn't look like a costume.
     Also, what would you suggest to make the costume look weathered and old? I feel that that is a factor that really makes the costume look more realistic like it just came from the game. You did a great job with doing that! Any advice?
    
Thank you for your help. ^_^ And keep up the great work, you're really an inspiration, and all your work looks so detailed, very nice job!
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RBF-productions-NL Aug 5, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Hi!
Thanks for the nice words!!
I just smacked the "patterns" I had for Edward in the bin. They are not workable as I keep editting parts after I used my own drawn pattern.
Eathering with paint is what I always do. Tends to work really well! Use regular pots of paints and mist layers with spray cans to finish :)
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:icondolphin-ocean:
You're very welcome. :)
Would you have any suggestions on how to make the patterns for connor?
Awesome! Never thought about doing it with paint. Would regular spray paint work?

Thanks for all you're help. :aww:
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RBF-productions-NL Aug 7, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Trujin here on DA has some paterns that alot of people are fond off. I have not used them myself but I am afraid I donnot have paterns for Connor. I usually start out with a standar T-shirt patern, cut it, add some, and keep editting when layed on the materials.

Regular spray cans would work. Acryllic oor Alcyd based will be fine. Acryllics dry much faster but tend to lose there hold on the material when washed.
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