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Classic Black Front by Larva by Eisfluegel Classic Black Front by Larva by Eisfluegel
Available in my/Erhältlich in meinem Webshop: [link]
or on/oder auf Etsy: [link]
All sizes available! / Alle Größen erhältlich!
(I'll scrap my DaWanda-Shop soon, but you can still get older products there: [link])

Underbust corset made from black velvet.
Base materials: Lining in black, floral Coutil, steel boning, steel busk, antique brass eyelets and black corset lace in cotton.

Unterbrustkorsett aus schwarzem Samt.

Grundmaterial: Futter aus schwarzem, floralem Coutil, Stahlstäbchen, Stahlschließe, antikfarbene Messingösen und schwarze Korsettschnur aus Baumwolle.

Here's the back view:
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Visit my website on: [link]
Or like Larva on Facebook: [link]

I finally managed to take some decent pictures of my black velvet corset. Actually this was one of my first pieces. But well, me and photographing black...
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OMGWTFisGoingON Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
i draw these all the time THANK YOU FOR DOING THEM :' D
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Eisfluegel Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2013  Student General Artist
Haha, very nice. Thank you. :)
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mzclark Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer
very nice. love the shape
How hard is it to make these? I am draping a pattern for a thinner waist cincher but with my stomach i may need boning. Similar to this:[link]
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Eisfluegel Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2013  Student General Artist
Thank you. :)

Something like this will always need boning. Otherwise it will just gather at your waist, then you don't have a cincher but only a very wrinkly belt. ;)

With boning its quite a bit of work and it will break a lot of needles.
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mzclark Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Ohh. lol. good to know. I had thought to have 4 panels (seams) in the front/back to help with the shape but with my stomach I'm sure it will still bulge out.
Ill have to test my sewing machine on thicker fabrics before going further on the project. Do needles break b/c you have to sew over top the boning? I am considering the cheaper plastic ones.
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Eisfluegel Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2013  Student General Artist
The needles break both because of the many layers of fabric and if you hit boning. I'd suggest spiral steel boning. It's not heavier or more uncomfortable than plastic. On the contrary, plastic gets kinks really fast, which is actually painful. Yet there is something like a very stable plastic mesh. You can sew through it and it can't poke you in the ribs. ;)
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mzclark Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer
which do you think is best for a waist cincher? The longest piece would be 6-7 inches of boning. The one i'm making now sits about 1/2 inch below the bust and above the waist line where jeans would sit.

I'll look up more tutorials. I have have so much money to spend and can't afford to get it wrong.
TY for the help
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Eisfluegel Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2013  Student General Artist
No problem. I'm glad if I can help.

I have to admit I never used any of the plastic bonings. I just always see them buckle when worn. ;)
I'd probably get spiral steel. Here in Germany it's even cheaper than plastic.
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mzclark Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer
ohh ok. i saw some prices that weren't too bad. I'll just make sure to buy the steel with a coupon from the store
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