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Jack Frost | Hoodie Tutorial by a-nouki Jack Frost | Hoodie Tutorial by a-nouki
There are probably some typos in there...sorry if this ain't what you were looking for! (ノД`)・゜・
I tried my best to explain the different techniques you can use to make a cool looking Jack Frost hoodie.
Also, sorry for the enthusiastic tone of this tut, I have no idea why I did it...

IMPORTANT! The reason why I used white instead of silver is because I thought that with the ammount of detail I wanted to add, silver would be too much. However! If you were to prefer the frosted effect to be all in silver, then by all means replace the white fabric paint & pewter acrylic by a single silver fabric paint (:
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Leyviur Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey, came across this while looking for help on making my cosplay, thanks! It's helping me a lot!

One question though! How did you make the 'cracks' with a cat tongue brush? This is my first cosplay I'm making myself so I'm trying my best not to mess it up. THanks! :P
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a-nouki Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2013  Student Interface Designer
Use the tip of the brush rather than the side, that's the best I can do at explaining. It would be easier to show it but yada, no way I can do that through here XD 
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Barking-Hippogryph Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
So fabric paint is machine washable, yes?

Sorry for stupid question XD

I want to make a Loki hoodie and I've never painted one before XD
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a-nouki Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2013  Student Interface Designer
I don't know if it applies to all fabric paint, but yes, it's machine washable...I do advise hand washing since some paints tend to fade.
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Barking-Hippogryph Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks ^^
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rosalietje Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2013
yeah you can do THAT, or you just steal Jack's hoodie.
your choice
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Capuline Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Thanks for your tuto, it's really well made :)
I was wondering do you use the "frost effect 1" to make shadings on the clothes (like here [link] it's a video sorry I didn't find a picture of it) or do you just use that effect on the seams ? (hope you understand I'm not a Englishspeeker ^^")
And can you tell me in wich matter the hoodie form ebay is made ? Can't see it on the ebay page..
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a-nouki Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013  Student Interface Designer
Thank you! (:
I did use that effect to shade the clothes, I also used layers with different amounts of water so they'd be fainter, or stronger.
Regarding the hoodie, they don't say what the material is, but they're usually made out of cotton and natural fibers. Try and send them a message, I'm sure they'll answer ^-^
*hugs
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Capuline Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Ok thanks ^^
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Kakee-Chan Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
thank you for the tutorial
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