Every time I go hiking I end up thinking: You could do a great costume shooting, with all those beautiful mountains. So this time we packed a dress, stopped on a moor that’s right on a seaside cliff.
It was Cyranil’s first time as a photographer, and we underestimated a lot of thing. Like the wind, for example. Ever tried posing for a photo while you are literally being swept off your feet?
But then wind is awesome in photos…
This dress was made by Celefindel creations a few years back, I made her an elven battle dress in exchange. I’ve had it with me on most Larps, but since I mostly wear armour, there have been no photos until now.
Usually the Embroidery on the back of this robe is hidden by my hair. Not sure what drove me to put my character’s crest there.
Thank you to Liz-Sai/Mioon for taking the Photo.
Christmas-day shooting with my mum. This is her Larp-character Ardea Cinerea.
We made most of the costume together, though she did the embroidery.
Slowly, I am learning how to use my Camera. These are quite flawed, but I like the mood in these two Portraits of Elrian Tirithien, my Larp character.
Almost every part of the costume is self-made.
Thanks to Yumi for assisting me.
I finished the embroidery work on the collar. Below is the design I used.
Only a pair of sleeves to do.
I’m working on a Design for an elven robe embroidery pattern.
And since I cannot use more than one Design I might as well commit them to the Internet.
Feel free to use them if you like.
My shift for the watch this year was early in the morning, at a time where all the nightcrawlers are long gone and the early birds have not yet risen. In other words: Nothing happened in this watch.
So to keep boredom away we took a harp with us and took turns making music and watching.
Thank you to Daniel Schmitt for the taking the photos. Editing was done by myself.