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Pyramid Head Corset Wrap by kyphoscoliosis Pyramid Head Corset Wrap by kyphoscoliosis
:bulletred:PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE ASKING ME ANY CONSTRUCTION QUESTIONS.

Finally got around to getting a photoshoot of this thing done. Had to wait for a warm enough day lol.

The whole wrap is made out of tan, flesh-textured vinyl, the same as the apron (yet to be posted), splattered and smeared with various mixtures of brown, red, orange, and black acrylic paints with stage blood for different ages of blood and dirt splatter. The two strips are sewn together so they keep their position.
The corset string is a sturdy leather cord, aged and bloodied in the same manner.

P.S. I didn't realize I was an idiot until after the shoot, but I actually have it on upside down. Drips don't go up -- at least on Earth.
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xSerenax Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Beautiful :D
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kyphoscoliosis Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2012
Thanks!
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MissPyramidHead4 Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Great idea! Very original! ( : And it's beautiful, too <3
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kyphoscoliosis Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2012
Thanks a bunch!
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"...I actually have it on upside down. Drips don't go up." Australian Pyramid Head!
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kyphoscoliosis Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2012
G'day, Sheila... Yer lookin' loik y'could use some company...
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apcomics Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2012
will we see it the right way up soon? how long did it take to make?
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kyphoscoliosis Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2012
I don't know if I'm up for doing another photoshoot. The weather's beginning to get cold again.
This kind of does the job well enough I think anyway.
It didn't take long at all. The most time was spent sewing the ends underneath themselves and making sure the bar that's sewn within them (that's there so the string holes don't tear further than they should) doesn't fall out. If I made it nonstop it would have taken less than a day.
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apcomics Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2012
cant you photo indoors?
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