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Making thigh high boots - The cheats way by LolaInProgress Making thigh high boots - The cheats way by LolaInProgress
After years of promising how to do this tutorial I finally got around to it!

Sorry I'm so damn lazy guys.

Anyway I hope its easy enough to follow!

Enjoy!

Thank you for the feature Cosfluff101 Tumblr [link] !

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:iconlpscat334:
Um, sorry to bother you, but do you know how to make knee-high heeled combat boots? If you don't, do you know a place that can show how to make them? If you can, it would be much appreciated.
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KawaiiKissable Mar 29, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
HOLY HELL! I LOVE THIS! You earned yourself a watcher my friend, this is amazing!!
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BleuumScarlett Feb 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I thought about doing that for my Lenalee cosplay, she has very "skinny" boots too x). But I was planning to wear flat shoes. Do you think it'll work as well? There won't be holes in the stocking, but that also means no glue point like you did on the heels... Maybe i could put glue directly on the shoes so the stocking are attached there, and then with the felt like you did in the tutorial...
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:iconlolainprogress:
If it was me i'd stick the stocking over the shoe, cut a tiny hole anyway to put the glue in, then cover the sole with felt :D 
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BleuumScarlett Feb 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
ok thanks! :D 
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pikamarisa64 Feb 3, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
i found thsi while surfing through cosplay help blogs and wow this will be hella helpful for my houka cosplay
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BlackHeartRock Jan 20, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Question: The character I am considering doing has an odd pointed shape winging upward from the top here is a picture. How would I go about doing that - or would this technique only work with straight topped boots?
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:iconlolainprogress:
Hmm this does only really work for straight top....though if you where careful and made that top detail from a light material you could perhaps sew it to the top of a stocking and use sock glue to hold it in place?
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Beatrix-White Jan 16, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Very very helpful Thankyou :la:
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