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Koolter 8Y9 TurboDenim Vintage-used & DIY

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I think it's better repost a new thread unitedly.

For sharing.

Hope you like this one

I post the evolution of this denim pants' turning...

Front Side





Back Side





And...some details of it...

I draw a head of Chuck Norris on left-back pack,


And the head of Bruce Lee on right side.


Before painting...



Little dots bleaching...



After a few hours DIY...

This is it...

Front & Back






With Turbo Denim Paper Card



No GangnanStyle...



to commemorate National Team of Italy through FIFA World Cap 2002.


Natural used.



The Black...is charcoal coating.



Thank you for watching.
Edited by Jim Wang - 7/12/13 at 9:55am
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Pretty cool - i saw your post on other thread.

 

is this your first pair you've worked on or have you done others before?  Have you destroyed pair of nudies like you have on this pair?

 

i also noticed you added a back button belt on day 330.  pretty cool! let see some of your other projects!

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Pretty cool - i saw your post on other thread.

 

is this your first pair you've worked on or have you done others before?  Have you destroyed pair of nudies like you have on this pair?

 

i also noticed you added a back button belt on day 330.  pretty cool! let see some of your other projects!


That button belt (DIY cinch back) is made by TurboDenim as well, couse it's a real used Tepphar 8Y9's their belt & main button.

 

 

That second hand Tepphar 8Y9 is bought by me just for reusing to cut & patch on my Koolter 8Y9.

 

Thanks for viewing.

 

 

 

Because I'm new here, my post is being held for moderation.

Once approved by a moderator, it will be published on the site.

 

 

So...I put some pics on this post editing...

 

for sharing...

 

In Feb 2012, when I started wearing it...sometimes outdoor...

 

 

When it's approx. 290 days

 

Sometimes in RedWing 877 for keeping creases on the bottom of trousers legs

 

 

When it's approx. 360 days...just before the 4th time 60 ° C hot water washing.

 

Next to Koolter 8Y9 is a TurboDenim pants as well...it's a infrequently used Thavar 8Y9.

 

 

After washing...

 

I did the last DIY...

 

It includes mending, patching and drawing two martial arts movie stars' head on back packs.

 

Then sprayed some Dulux emulsions...possibly leting yellows on pants' fading side, whites on dark blue side.

 

And I coated Filson Original Oil Finish Wax on pants then ironed them for letting the contrast obvious, additionally waterproofing.

 

 

I tried to draw deep black on pants' dark subside by charcoal pencil for imitating fossil fuel dust through long time air contamination.

 

 

After charcoal drawing, I washed them by real diesel bought from petrol stations.

 

That's for fixing the charcoal.

 

 

 

When the DIY was completed, what the joyful am I ...

 

 

Really, really wild with joy...Even getting crazy!

 

 

2013 is Chinese water snake year.

 

 

I wore it listening to the music in earphone shop.

 

 

 

Indoor...

 

 

Outdoor...

 

 

Thanx for watching this thread.


Edited by Jim Wang - 7/13/13 at 6:26am
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