Armour Surcoat

prototyping

Coastal cliff shooting

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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.

Elrian – EE 2016

This Photo was taken by Nummi after a sucessful battle inside an enemy camp. Looking at it I see so many things I want to add to the armour.I like the colour contrast of the black and green gate.

Embroidery (usually hidden by hair)

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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.

Elven Hood

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This woolen hood for my elven Larp charakter has already proven its worth more than once. But I have not managed to take decent photos of it up until now. The Rain started just before it got too dark too shoot, we really got lucky.

Thanks to Liz-Sai/Mioon for taking the Photos

Half-elven Hat

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I made this felt hat for Ardea, my mum’s half elven larp character. Its made from wool felt and silk an she will add some embroidery later.

The Photo was taken by Daniel Schmitt during the Epic Empires 2016.

3rd half-time

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This is the infamous “third half-time” that usually happens right after the final battle. Very serious roleplaying going on right now.

This is from 2015, but it looked pretty much the same last saturday.

The photo was taken by Moritz Jendral