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Queen Beryl by Riddle1 Queen Beryl by Riddle1
This is a Collaboration between God save the queen Fashion and Lab 604 (Which is a company Chris and I created for commission work). It was a wonderful Experience to work with such a talented seamstress, Please check out more of her work
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All the Hard Pieces were done by Lab 604!

*Copied from God Save the Queen Fashions DA*

Commission for a client. Includes purple corset and flared skirt, magenta shawl and train, gauntlets, shoulder armor, torso spider, crown, bootcovers, jewelry, and wig.

This is a very special costume because it was created in collaboration with two other companies. Lab 604 did the spider, shoulder armor, and crown, while Steve Hightower Hair Studio did the wig.

Corset: Fully lined, 28 steel bones, two part grommets, coutil strength layer, waist tape, hand finished binding. Nicole added Swarovski Crystal AB rhinestones at top edge.
Skirt: Fishtail style, invisible side zipper, hanging straps, detachable train.
Train and Shawl: Magenta organza. Hand sewn trim on train.
Bootcovers: Removable, knee high length. No, you won't ever see them, but Beryl strikes me as a knee-high boot sort of lady.
Gauntlets: Heat formed plastic. Cut out details done with a drill, dremel, and a good bit of patience. Forgot to take pictures - will update later.
Chest Plate: Base shape fabricated by Lab 604. Covered in dress fabric and Swarovski Crystal AB rhinestones.
Feather Boa: Ostrich feather boa, custom ordered to have a combination pink/lavendar color.
Crinoline: You can't see it, but under the skirt is an adjustable crinoline made of 20 yards of black tulle.

Crown: Custom sculpt then molded. Make of flexible plastic very durable, red tool waved into the back. Scattered with Swarovski Crystal AB rhinestones, size 16ss. Boomerang is a Fiber glass hard piece that needs to be handled more carefully than the crown.
Armor: Custom sculpt then molded. These pieces are as beefy as they look. Very sturdy - good for corralling con-goers. Fiberglass core.
Spider: Custom sculpt then molded. Attaches to chest plate (also fabricated by Lab 604, then covered by GSTQ) via screws. So, it is removable for cleaning and travel.

Wig: Long, curly red base. Teased to high heaven.

Thanks for looking!
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Natchan1984 Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2012  Professional General Artist
I adore this costume, and you've done a fantastic job putting it together.
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bonnielatour Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Amazing! It looks so professional! Just like the one from PGSM!
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CutieKitty183 Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Great job!
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PoetessLaureate Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2011
oh, WOW that is amazingly perfect.
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sakkysa Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
that is going to be INSANELY beautiful.
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Gone-Wrong Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2010
THIS IS FREAKING ACE!!!
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mfleury75 Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2010
The best Queen Beryl I have ever seen. Congrats.
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hawkeye Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2010
The detail is amazing!
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xHee-Heex Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2010
GORGEOUS. Both parties did a great job on this project!
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Jade-Xe Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2010
The costume looks familiar but I can't quite remember who that is...
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