|Marie and I model
"Gamma, the third in the Hex turtleneck series. First off, I apologize for the bad
scan quality on these pics. My older scanner is not compatible with Windows ME, so until I
get a new interface card for it, I've been using my color copier to scan with...
Anyway, I took an olive green turtleneck and cut the front off. I took more parts of the saftely vest that I used for Alpha, sewed them onto a white towel, and then stiwched that onto the green shirt. I had actually started this shirt about 3/4 month before finishing it. I was having problems strategizing how to put the front panel on... Well, I got back to it after 2 or 3 weeks and did that, and then slit open the cuffs, widened them, and sewed in parts that I made from the towel and the vest.
As you can tell from the pics, the flourescent yellow parts on the shirt are highly reflective.
BONUS * * * WALLPAPER *
photos of Marie by me (Evan Hayden).
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|© 2003 Evan Hayden / Hex|