Laced Up Leather « Wearable Technology 2 (2012) Aiming for a seamless pairing of ornamentation and utility, Laced Up Leather uses a laser cutter to translate a DFX file into physical reality. Lace was traditionally precious due to the laborious process of creation. Using a laser cutter to quickly create complex patterns allows for lacework to be integrated into utilitarian objects. The Laced Up Leather belt combines feminine ornament with functionality, which is often absent from women’s wear. Designed to be economical and reproducible, the pattern fits into a 17×23 inch rectangle with less than four square inches of waste.
When I set out to create this work, I wanted to learn how to use Adobe Illustrator to design a pattern to be laser cut, and learn how to use the laser cutter. I wanted to create a piece that could be reproduced by other people who have access to these tools, but unfortunately that aspect of the work never got resolved. This piece is intended to be durable enough for everyday wear, and has held up well so far. Arkham Origins Batman Utility Belt Tutorial – The Foam Cave. This tutorial will walk you through the construction of the Arkham Origins Batman utility belt. The template is available for purchase here: If this is your first build, check out the Introduction Page first,as well as the Supply Page for links to the foam, glue, and necessary tools. Print out the template onto thick printer paper (ideally a poster board paper) to make it easier to trace.
You may have to print it out a couple times to get enough copies to cut out all the layers separately. Tape together the sections that extend onto a second page– hold it up to light or place the printouts on a sun-facing window to see through the paper and correctly align both halves. Cut out all the pieces and trace them onto your foam sheets. Use a regular pair of office scissors to cut out the pouch and buckle pieces. Place the top 3mm layer of each pouch onto a sheet of 5mm foam. Use an xacto knife to cut the pouches and belt lengths from the backer foam sheets. Build up the buckle in flat layers. Gfeller - Profoundly Functional Leather. How to Make a Utility Belt – The Foam Cave.
If this is your first build, check out the Introduction Page first,as well as the Supply Page for links to the foam, glue, and necessary tools. Also, download my free belt template here to help you get started. Use a cloth tape measure (or even better, make a foam ruler) to first get your waist size. Measure while wearing your costume to get the proper size. Someone clearly not wearing a costume Visualize for a moment what your belt will look like when laid flat on a table; there are three common shapes: “V” shaped, mostly straight with a slight dip in front, and straight. The foam I buy comes in 12 x 18 inch sheets which are not long enough to cut a whole belt out of, so I normally make it in two halves and glue them together behind a decorative buckle in the front of the belt.
To add a little more durability you can glue a length of nylon or polypropylene webbing along the entire back length of the belt. Glue on strips of velcro to fasten the pouches. 5. the blog of Federico Tobon: burning man utility belt. One of the reasons i get joy out of Burning Man is the creativity. while you are there creativity flows torrential, it's everywhere in big and small gestures. but the weeks before (if i have time) are also a nice way of getting some projects done. this year i made a utility belt. i had been thinking about it for a while and this is what i came up with: the basic form comes from a normal construction tool belt: two side pockets and a single one for the back. i added flaps and more inside pockets for specific uses. i used cordura and black canvas for the fabric and 2 inch seatbelt webbing for the belt. i was particularly happy with the spork holder. i made it with 1 inch webbing sewn on the right flap. the spork adds rigidity and helps you open the flap -doubling the function- and it's kept quite clean and out of the way. in the past i carried my spork hanging from a belt and it wasn't as comfortable.
How to Make a Steampunk Utility Belt | Susan Dennard. Steampunk utility belt: the place to carry your Tools of Awesome–or to just hang onto some spare change. Whatevs. No matter what you choose to store, you’re gonna look STEAMPUNK-TASTIC wearing it. Now this part of the costume is easy. Like so easy I feel guilty devoting an entire post to it…so I made some silly graphics for you. To make your steampunk utility belt, you only need a few things, all of which can be found at your local thrift store.
Don’t spend much–seriously! 1. 2. 3. 4. Mission Accomplished: Steampunk Utility Belt Complete! Here are some links to other great belt ideas (all courtesy of the fantastic steampunk resource, steampuk fashion): Gail Carriger’s insta-belt (yeah, the author of Soulless!) Another DIY creation (from Finland!) A detailed step-by-step guide for the well-equiped steampunker: You tell me: Would you ever make a steampunk utility belt? Leviathan and A Great and Terrible Beauty ♦ (both are open internationally) Corde à sauter Musculation et programme pour maigir.
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