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Post-apocalyptic trench-coat by Spiked-Fox Post-apocalyptic trench-coat by Spiked-Fox
Leather trench-coat of western, steampunk, and dieselpunk influences and inspirations, all mixed up in a post-apocalyptic horror fashion.
I plan on making this coat for myself as soon as I have the money to afford the materials.

Both shiny and matte finish chrome-tanned leather for the most part, deep brown leather ebelishments, and a dirty rusty red suede for the lining and collar. Also a sad excuse to make very manly corset-like lacing.

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To all those wondering why I've branded this in the "post-apocalyptical" theme:
Imagine an alternate world, in the 1940's the second world war did not know a good ending and has resulted in massive nuclear destruction of nearly all human life. Survivors are forced to survive in small towns scattered around a hot, desertic land, fighting over supplies of food and water. Lack of population, goods, and modern technology has forced man to take a step back in time and rely on older, more mechanical late-victorian technologies, though remnants of modern motorised and war equipments still exist, although mostly fallen into the hands of outlaws.
Does it make more sense now? :)

-EDIT2-
Whaaaaaaaat? DD? Really? O_O
Wow, thanks! XD

-EDIT3- (PLEASE READ!)
-May I use/alter this design to make myself a coat or use it for other personnal projects?
No.
And I'm not gonna do any exceptions here. I am -very- possessive of my fashion designs, and even more about this coat. I perceive coats as being some sort of personnal trademark of a person, and since I plan to make this very coat for myself, well, you get my point. Please respect this, and do not ask anymore.
Thank you for understanding.

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Inu-Karas Mar 10, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It made me think of Kaito Kumon from Kamen Rider Gaim and I just want it soooo bad o.o
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inSYNCinSANITY Mar 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
BTW; any chance hiroko's Boutique is your inspiration?
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Spiked-Fox Mar 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I've never heard of it before o.O
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inSYNCinSANITY Mar 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
It was mostly the attached zip up vest, belts, and general leather that reminded me of them... they've got a lot of great (expensive) similar stuff to this
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inSYNCinSANITY Mar 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Perhaps you should open up fashion commissions? since so many people love and want to use you're work (or are you so possessive that you could never exchange a design for money even if it was made for someone else)
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Spiked-Fox Mar 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I wouldn't mind selling my designs for money (except for this one...) if the offer is good enough x)
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inSYNCinSANITY Mar 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
What offer would be 'good enough'? ;)
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Spiked-Fox Mar 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Haha that's not for me to say... ;)
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inSYNCinSANITY Mar 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Why not? You could have set commission prices. I dunno bout anyone else but "name your price" makes me nervous :/ I feel if I offer to little I'll be insulting the artist and if I offer too much I'll be wasting money that I need 
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Spiked-Fox Mar 18, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I will eventually set prices, but I always like to see how much people are ready to pay for my stuff. It helps me with having a better idea of the price range that'd sell more.
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