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  1. Vaders_Pet
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    Dec 17, 2007, 7:25 AM - Lord of the rings Elven Cloak Help #1

    Hey guys,

    Know it's abit off topic, but the other main area of costuming i enjoy is LOTR stuff. I currently own a 3rd age Gondorian suit of armour (that's the good guys from the third movie for all you people that haven't seen the movie)
    and am looking into making the 3rd age Elven army, that was in the second movie fighting at helm's deep.

    So far i have had no luck locating it, but does anyone here know of anyone that has made the cloak that the elves wear, or a pattern that exists?

    I will post pics of said cloak if needed for reference.

    Thanks in advance guys!

    Matt
  2. Alcfalath's Avatar
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    Dec 17, 2007, 8:38 AM - Re: Lord of the rings Elven Cloak Help #2

    Hey Matt... ya should have just asked me lol... I know exactly what you need and where to get it Ive seen it and felt it, and done one myself so to speak from it

    next time you come on msn ill get ya the details
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    Dec 17, 2007, 9:28 AM - Re: Lord of the rings Elven Cloak Help #3

    Any idea what material was used ? I may just use that, or somethin very similar, for an upcomming project of my own..
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    Dec 17, 2007, 8:19 PM - Re: Lord of the rings Elven Cloak Help #4

    I hope it turns out good. I wouldn't mind a Ring Wraith costume myself.
  5. Rich D.'s Avatar
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    Dec 17, 2007, 9:46 PM - Re: Lord of the rings Elven Cloak Help #5

    Check out the following Yahoo group:

    http://movies.groups.yahoo.com/group/LOTR_Costume/

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