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Schlammblut Kutte X

StereoDeth
Sat, 29/10/2016 - 22:23

So I'm finally done moving most of my patches from "Schlammblut 3" (mud blood 3)
to this shorter and tighter vest. This was my previous vest:
https://tshirtslayer.com/battle-jacket/schlammblut-kutte-30
As you can see, there is quite a change in style and patches.
I even transfered some denim of my previous vest to my new vest.

I'll add pins and chains soon, but I thought that it's already cam ready.
And as always, a lot of pics with me and without me to get the best impression what it really looks like. ;)

Cheers!

Not for sale or trade
2016
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Potatoes_Misfit15's picture

Insane jacket dude \m/

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StereoDeth's picture

Thank you, man! :)

Potatoes_Misfit15's picture

Where did you buy that hastune miku patch?

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StereoDeth's picture

I bought it online from a German "otaku" shop. But it seems they closed business. Should be easy to get in the states though.
At least it was easy when I was searching for one.

ThE_ED's picture

That looks awesome, the diagonal patches look great. Not sure if I would cut up patches myself, but it does look quite nice! Perhaps people would say it's overly busy and illegible, but it makes for a great jacket like this.

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StereoDeth's picture

Thanks, man! Yea, so far this is the wildest version I came up with. I had all kind of arrangements on previous versions and I guess it slowly grew into this freak. lol I gotta admit that I wasn't aiming at such style at the very beginning. I wanted it nice and simple. But if you're dancing with the devil...

19Philthy16's picture

I'm not a fan of the half covered band names, but the overall layout is insanely breath taking! All those precise cutouts are really impressive, man!

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StereoDeth's picture

Thanks, man! Yea, some people really dislike such kind of wild style and I was hoping to transfer the patches like on my previous vest, where that wasn't the case (on the back...at least not that extreme), but the overall shorter size made it impossible, yet I wanted to keep it related. And then, almost at the end, I decided to drop the full Lobo BP, ergo remove the "Fanboy" and the winged skull and use the tribute BP instead. So that made it even more chaotic. Lots of unexpected things happened. Gotta say my left front with the Jägermeister was the easiest part. Well, Fliesentisch. :D

19Philthy16's picture

I can definitely feel you on "lot of unexpected things happened". :D As you noticed before, once you dance with the devil...Happened to me as well. If you start having an idea and you want to make it happen and half way through, you realize it doesn't work that way, but giving up the concept is not an option!^^. But actually I think you've done a really great job and your tribute BP is fucking amazing! I think this kutte is real pioneer's work, you've realised so many different and individual ideas, always like that Jägermeister tribute, except the terrible memories that came back :D Anyway, the over-all layout is really unique and impressive, fucking piece of art!!

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StereoDeth's picture

Wow, thanks for the very kind words, man! Although I create that vest for myself, I can't deny that such words make me all fuzzy and warm inside.^^ The "giving up the concept is not an option" attitude, is the reason why many of us having to deal with torment (and start dancing with the devil - sweet addiction). A torment I highly enjoy though, but there were countless moments where I thought it's not possible to work with what you got. Before joining the "kutten builders club", I had principles about colors and shapes, that made sense. Things that work and definitely not work. Well, that is a thing of the past. :D What really surprises me, is the final outcome. Most of the time I just wait. Rarely got a totally clear picture in mind, just a way to follow. Maybe there is REALLY always a solution to the problem if you try hard enough. Suddenly kutte became a philosophy on life. :D Cheers!

19Philthy16's picture

Most welcome, man! :) I guess there is no real art without a kind of obsession. :D Every patch on my jacket has been sewn at least two times, most of them a hell of a lot more^^ But then you take a look at the end of sewing spree and think: "Hell, it was fucking worth it!" Yeah, but patience is the key ingredience, that's for sure! :D I was lately surprised as well, that some stuff did work in the end, not the way that I thought it would be, but in a way it worked :D I like how it evolves over time, and after overcoming those concepts that just limit too much, those times where I just did without thinking too much, had the most satisfying outcome! God, your right, it really has become a philosophy :D Good to see there are other with the same mad dedication :D! Cheers, man!

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bad_american1992's picture

You always knock it out of the park... so much greatness going on here. The diagonal stripe patches are awesome, as well as the patches with holes in them to fit the buttons. Great work once again!

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StereoDeth's picture

Thank you, Mike! :) Glad to see that you dig it again! Cheers!

Lyx's picture

Schick

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StereoDeth's picture

Danke :^)

NocturnalOccultist's picture

needs more PanterA, pins and chainz! other than that its great! (Y)

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StereoDeth's picture

Tampora is love, Tampora is life. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Thanks, man!

Cosmoblaze's picture

I really like your design dude. For a minute I would think that Camel patch is the band patch, but it's not. Lol

Sega rocks!!!

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StereoDeth's picture

Ha, thanks! :D Yea, it seems there is only one forumite, who really owns a true Camel band patch (a circular one). But it is pretty handy that their "Mirage" album looks almost like the true Camel cigarettes cover.^^ Indeed, sir! Sega teached me patience and skill, since it's more on the arcade side and now I only gotta solve the lack of Nintendo, which played a major part in my childhood and youth as well. Cheers!

Cosmoblaze's picture

Haha, yeah, I saw the patch here. I'd give up an arm and a leg for a camel patch. I tried to do the same for Triumph (Canadian Hard Rock band), but my goal was to support the actual band, not advertise a motorcycle brand lol.

I grew up with both gaming consoles, but Sega Genesis really played an important role in my childhood, since it was a daily routine to play with my cousins back in the day.

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StereoDeth's picture

Sega Master System II here.^^ Yea, having someone to play with you was important and one main reason why I owned consoles. Rarely playing with friends on consoles nowadays, therefore I focus more on my PSP, which I use now and then.

Fatal Agent's picture

This is just amazing! Awesome layout and backpatch.

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StereoDeth's picture

Thank you very much! :)

gizter's picture

oh shit, the Hatsune Miku patch is one there! i was allways dissapointed in you for never using it. ;)

StereoDeth's picture

Mainly her hair was always too flashy, but I'm glad that I was finally able to pull it off. Never abandoned her, just kept waiting. :)

Lizard's picture

Exactly my reaction! X"D

@StereoDeth: Turned out pretty well and you can still tell the inheritage of Schlammi 3, while the new backpatch came unexpected. :3 Wat does the 333 mean on the Bite Me?

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StereoDeth's picture

Thanks! :) 333 means "half evil", but it's rather a hint to Dimebag and his connection to the number 3 and 333.

Vectrex's picture

Hatsune > all

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StereoDeth's picture

Ha ha :D I'm surprised to see that you're into that kind of stuff. More and more fans reveal theirselves. :>

Vectrex's picture

Read my profile info "things i like" especially ;)

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StereoDeth's picture

High and low fantasy? I never heard of that. :D You dig synthwave, so maybe vaporwave? Because I'm not into vaporwave, but I got some 80s fusion that would be considered vaporwavish these days. At least they would use it for sampling.

Vectrex's picture

High fantasy is when there is more complex world building involved, low fantasy is stuff like conan; where you have much lesser explanation and more simple motives. Those are not terms to rate the quality of the genres; It's more or less to describe the nature of the stories in those books. Needles to say a Lord of the rings story is much more complex than a conan story for example.

I do dig some vaporwave stuff but not all. It really depends on my mood. But what do i know? My favorite radio station in GTA Vice City was Wave103 which hosted a lot of New Wave music after all. So i guess i'am not really too serious about genres here..just give me something that sounds 80's and space-ish and i'am fine :D

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Into Glory Ride's picture

What is the exact difference, if there is one, between Vaporwave (???) on the one hand and Retrosynth/Synthwave/Outrun/Chillwave (which for me personally are basically different terms for the same phenomenon) on the other? I am curious.

StereoDeth's picture

My personal impression about vaporwave is like the "chopped and screwed" hip hop mixes, made popular by DJ Screw I guess. So basically you take some songs like the ones I posted and slow them down, loop stuff, set them on high pitch and add some other stuff. The product will sound like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cU8HrO7XuiE
At least that's my explanation for that hipster genre. :D When I read "Outrun" I gotta think of the game OutRun which has a really sweet soundtrack!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lh61Eu2cz1g
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXh8WjDLU58
All these sounds remind me of an endless blue sky, driving along the coast in my red...VW Golf.

StereoDeth's picture

...obviously that is not an explanation for the differences though. :P

Vectrex's picture

I never heard of Outrun genre myself, but it might be, that it's a more japanese influenced take on synthwave. if you listen the OutRun Soundtrack or the Hang-On Soundtrack or any other racing game during the arcade days (and yes they were around in the 80's as well), i think the japanese melodies in those soundtracks are very distinct and special ones. Here for example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlxWJX6wmZo , it's practically just melodies almost every 80's anime had, but they sound more fitting to racing games in general. If you take these melodies and add wrap around Synthwave you might get OutRun as a synth genre. It's just speculating but at least that would make sense to me.

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StereoDeth's picture

Japanese really love that kind of genre as it seems. Minoru Mukaiya the keyboard player of Casiopea, which is a fusion jazz band, composed many tunes for video games. So there is one hint. Many Japanese composers who did such soundtracks seem to have such roots. Like many death metal drummers value jazz. Jazz is brutal. :D The Japanese jazz fusion band T-Square had a connection to the actual Formular 1. In fact they were responsible for the theme for a certain time: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=al_tAAyWDeY
And the more I look into that genre, the more I realize how much I was listening to such music while playing games back then. Can't tell if that kinda influenced me on a subconscious level. Man, that solo at 1:58. I love how some Japanese bands approach a solo. Here is a Casiopea tune that might fall into the type suitable for racing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gcM-6WIzxo

Vectrex's picture

That T-Square totally sounds like music from a 80's Videogame/Anime. The japanese really have a very own connection to those melodies. I just love it. Their stuff sounds kinda epic but not too much kitchy. It's much more the epicness you wanna hear to get pumped for something.

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Into Glory Ride's picture

That Solo in that first song t o t a l l y sounds like the Solo in the Silverhawks Intro, awesome!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bUe5Ugg6Iks (at 0:32)
Perhaps i should delve more into that band. Oh no not another source.... :D

Edit: actually i just realized it does not really sound like it , but the atmosphere is similar for me.

StereoDeth's picture

BOAH! Nostalgia!!! Member Berries! :D
Maybe it is not exactly like the song, but I see what you mean when I focus on the synth and part of the rhythm pattern. Don't even get me started on old anime soundtracks. :D
I'd start talking about City Hunter https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=re8d36wQy9w
to Zillion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3Q18nAiivk and eventually end up at video games again:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Ap-fm75Grk just listen at that free flying bass(!!!) ♥
But good to see that some people in here are cool with other music as well, even if it's not entirely their cup of tea, but some of it. ;)

Into Glory Ride's picture

To be honest i am not that huge of an anime fan, actually not at all. I had a rather strong period in my Youth (probably like everyone i'd dare to say) where i really loved to watch it, most of all the Anime Nights on Vox You probably know aswell. So i still like stuff like M.D. Geist, Street Fighter Series, Record of Lodoss War, ... but that's about it , i am neither a fan nor an expert. :)
I just love these old shows and they happen to be Animes aswell, haha

But i d e f i n i t e l y love music like theone that is used in Saber Rider, Silverhawks, Defenders of the Earth etc.

StereoDeth's picture

You have forgotten the most important thing VOX delivered, which was like a gate way drug, Neon Genesis Evangelion. ;)
FunFact: Biene Maja and Heidi are anime as well (at least the animation).

Into Glory Ride's picture

Yeah i watched it completely, but .... actually not really my thing. I loved Wolf's Rain though for some reason and even have the DVD Set of that Show.
haha yeah i am awawre of that of course. Nils Holgerson and Wickie aswell as far as i know.

StereoDeth's picture

Whether someone likes or rather dislikes anime, I guess we can agree that overall it is interesting how much Japanese stuff slipped into childhood and youth. Totally reminds me how naive someone can be without internet. Things were just there and no questions ask. Same thing about music. You were satisfied with the stuff you had. Nowadays I want more and more. A musical glutton, man.

Into Glory Ride's picture

That for sure!

Good point You have there. It used to be completely different. One or two albums and you could deal with them and delve into them for days and weeks and did not need more. Then later again one or two new albums... now it tends to be masses, masses, masses i got the feeling. Perhaps it is time to go back a little bit and appreciate the stuff you already own.

By the way if you are not afraid of German Rap (at least i saw a Cypress Hill Patch there), here is quite a cool Rap Track about all those old Shows. And he got a huge plus point from me because of the very last line, as that was one of my favorite TV showas aswell!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3rLrFC8igY

StereoDeth's picture

In fact most of my youth was dominated by hip hop/rap music (although I was interested in other genres as well). First contact was Run DMC in elementary school. Baggypants, sessions with friends, chilling with some graffiti, clubbing and all that stuff lasted till my 23rd year. Still appreciate stuff from back then and I was into German rap as well, but the style of today's rap is definitely not for me. The content of that song kinda speaks to me though.

Into Glory Ride's picture

For me it was the complete opposite haha, i just lately (3 years or so) started to like some (!) Rap Music, but it is really limited to very very very few artists and i do not think it will increase.
Yeah, the lyrics of that song, especially the hook (höhö), illustrate nicely why all these Shows were so important to us. And why the stuff that is aired today is just plain bullshit in most of the cases.

Into Glory Ride's picture

Interesting take on that (and that Song is just lovely haha), here 2 discussions about that distinction:

https://www.reddit.com/r/outrun/comments/21s1gw/whats_the_difference_bet...
https://www.reddit.com/r/outrun/comments/37w9b2/differences_between_outr...

Into Glory Ride's picture

Thanks for the detailed explanation, i guess vaporwave is not my thing then. Just going by the name i do like most of the Stuff C r y p t Vapor is doing though. It is mainly Horror-based, I'd say.
Yeah, as far as i know the name actually comes from that game indeed and i often read that for a lot or rather most people Outrun is something like a (even more) Subgenre of Retrosynth/synthwave dealing mainly with Cars, Racing etc. Also it is said to be kind of smooth and have something like a... driving rhythm if You understand what i mean, with Kavinskys Drive-Soundtrack probably being one of the most famous examples: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MV_3Dpw-BRY
Also ActRazer i guess, though this is far away from being smooth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kat01k8s0VU

Talking about this whole Genre in General i am mainly into stuff like this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5-mD6Dy7c0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nqe7jPX6DQY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yEOcSXa5pc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWuDwNysX-A

StereoDeth's picture

Lots of interesting informations and footage! Appreciate the input, man! I might find something new. You know, always on the hunt for more. Sites like Discogs and YouTube help a lot though.

Into Glory Ride's picture

Haha, of course, the hunting n e v e r stops. But it's good as it is.
Anytime! This Genre really became one of my most listened to ones. When at first someone told me there is a Genre that picks up aesthetics/melodies/atmospheres of 80s Series/Games/movies and sound basically optionally like music for sneaking into a military basis, for flying to space or for Car Chasing on a rainy night in L.A. , i could not believe my eyes. It is so amazing...

Into Glory Ride's picture

This is also absolutely brillant! One of the best EPs this Genre has to offer.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9qCs2cYY_FA

Vectrex's picture

Silverhawk was so cool! I have to rewatch this anime

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Into Glory Ride's picture

Haha yes, we never had the TV Stations everyone had in my age, so no Saber Rider, Thundercats or similar for me. I only watched the Copycats like Silverhawks, Der Traumstein, Bucky O Hare, Astro Dinos, Super Human Samurai Cyber Squad, etc. I often heard people laugh about them, saying that only those aforementioned are real, but i could not care less. I love them!!!
Silverhawks and Prinz Eisenherz are my favorite Cartoon Shows of all time, Mr MacGyver my favorite standard film show.

Vectrex's picture

Galaxy Rangers, Silverhakws, Thundercats, Bravestar, Samurai Pizza Cats..todays youth will never know what it was like...it's a shame.

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Into Glory Ride's picture

Exactly. They will never know what it's like to get up on a saturday at 5:30 am , still in Pyjiama and spending the whole morning til about 12:00 in front of t he TV, watching one amazing show after the other. Bravestart was also awesome, but i could onlx watch it at my Grandma's :D
Thankfully some of these shows are available on DVD format by now.

StereoDeth's picture

^This
When Sat1 and RTL delivered cartoon entertainment on a weekend's morning and suddenly it was okay to wake up early. And Tele5 and Pro7 within the week.

Into Glory Ride's picture

For me it was only Sat1. If there was good weather i could be lucky and see some outlines and shapes on RTL. :D
This way i watched Power Rangers and it made it something magical, hahaha

StereoDeth's picture

That moment when you tried to watch a movie on Premiere, but had no access, therefore you only heard the sound and saw some distorted images. Never worked for me, but I had to think about that, when you mentioned "outlines and shapes on RTL".^^

Into Glory Ride's picture

That was exactly the same, hahaha
Also that kind of "special" movies when You were young enough and only heard the sound, haha

StereoDeth's picture

Gnihihi ..."Tutti Frutti" and "Heidi Heida" on Sat1. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

Into Glory Ride's picture

Hahaha, the golden Age of Softporn :D
"Die goldene Banane von Bad Porno". Enough said.

StereoDeth's picture

It sure was an adventure to watch something like that on late night, which wasn't easy for a grade schooler to accomplish.^^

Into Glory Ride's picture

I don't really get what You want to tell me. :D

StereoDeth's picture

Seems you never had to sneak into the living room at night, when everyone is sleeping, to watch TV. Due to that, I accidentally mastered ninja skills. ;)

Into Glory Ride's picture

Of course i had to do that a couple of thousand times, hahaha

Into Glory Ride's picture

I forgot one (at least): James Bond Junior was fantastic!

StereoDeth's picture

Obviously that is not an explanation for the differences though. :P

StereoDeth's picture

Ah, that makes sense. I guess I enjoy high fantasy then. I really like the mix between medieval times and technology. So basically steam punk, but still with the primitive side dominating. Add some fantasy creatures to the mix and I feel really comfy with that kind of environment. And of course a deep story to make it less predictable. :)
Here are some artists:
Horii Katsumi
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6NrWLUHr1I
Toshiki Kadomatsu
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDFLEQq1jCw
Makoto Matsushita
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFw0V2lhgfU
I'm mainly into Japanese fusion jazz, so I bump into such sounds quite often and add them to my collection.
Maybe, just maybe that might be relevant to your interest.

gloriousdeath's picture

What can i say... this is truly a work of art !!!! I can totally picture people tilting their heads to have a look at the diagonal patches haha... full flames !!!!!

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StereoDeth's picture

Thank you very much! Seeing people with a 40° angle head would be quite funny to watch if it happens a lot.^^

invisible-horizons's picture

What a unique vest you have here! I like how you sewed the patches diagonally. That back patch also rules! There's not much I can say. This thing just kicks ass!

StereoDeth's picture

Well, thank you for the very kind words! :) Hope I can pull off an improvement by adding some pins and chains though. Cheers!

invisible-horizons's picture

You're welcome! I definitely need some cool pins for my jackets. I think I have enough patches now lol. But yeah, there's always something to be added or changed. It's a never ending quest to find perfection.

StereoDeth's picture

Yea, like a Saiyan you always have to push it to the next stage. A final stage does not exist.^^

John Christ's picture

Exzellentes Layout!

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StereoDeth's picture

Danke! :)

lake of fire's picture

Ich würde nie auf die idee kommen, mir so eine kutte zu machen. Wäre auch eher schwierig, sowas buntes hinzubekommen mit meinem geschmack.
aber diese kutte ist mal hart geil. einfach faszinierend, wie sowas überhaupt möglich ist. :D
wie lange hast du an ihr gearbeitet?

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StereoDeth's picture

Danke! :) Also der Umzug hat knapp 3 Monate gedauert und wenn man das Vormodel anguckt, sind auffällige Veränderungen zu sehen, jedoch ist das Konzept geblieben. Also ich sag einfach mal im Großen und Ganzen hat es 2 1/2 Jahre gedauert.

lake of fire's picture

mächtig. ich habe für meine schon ein paar monate gebraucht. die taktik war es, erstmal genug patches zu sammeln, dann nen fetzen stoff zu finden und die patches fein säuberlich darauf zu verteilen, sodass sie sich auf keinen fall überlappen.
ist jetzt nur blöd, wenn ich weitere draufnähen will, weil ich die Ordnung dann nicht mehr einhalten könnte. :D

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StereoDeth's picture

Das ist halt der Punkt an dem du ggf. in den Strudel der "Ewigkutte" gesogen wirst. Entweder man lässt es so oder man baut Sachen um. Einmal etwas entfernt und die Büchse der Pandora wurde (wieder einmal) geöffnet. ;)

Pyro's picture

I realy love the right side on the front ! AMAZING :D

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StereoDeth's picture

Thank you! :)

Nater90's picture

Not massive on covering but your creations are so chaotic and you are a very unique individual and I can't give you less than five flames for making a creation that reflects you!!

But uncover the Sega patch haha!

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StereoDeth's picture

Ha thanks, mang! :D Gotta say the only thing missing would be a Nintendo patch. Maybe I can use the Zelda pins, since I wasn't able to use the vintage triforce patch. Cheers!

Nater90's picture

Get a Nintendo patch!!!!

Triforce patch would look sick too.

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fauzan big's picture

Awesome update man! i think this one looks more better than the previous. I love the layout in right side on the front, really brilliant idea. Favourited :)

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StereoDeth's picture

Thank you very much! :) Yes, besides that I kinda miss my brown vest, I'm more satisfied with this outcome as well. Also size-wise it was worth the move/time. Cheers!

Bolzenwerfer's picture

This is one hell of a kutte, man! You always come up with great ideas! Awesome! Looks perfect to me!

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StereoDeth's picture

Thank you very much for the kind words! :D Cheers!

VoodooChild's picture

Improves everytime.

Really cool way of sewing em sideways.

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StereoDeth's picture

Thanks man, good to see that you see it the same way! Although I mainly just tried to transfer it on a shorter, tighter vest,
I tried to fix some spots I wasn't completely satisfied with. Switching the BP might have played an important role in this though. Cheers!

VoodooChild's picture

Yeah that's the bp from your tribute to dead people kutte right?
That kutte not used anymore?

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StereoDeth's picture

Yep, that's the BP! :) And yes, I removed all patches from that vest, because I wasn't satisfied with a few things. Since I attached a chain around that BP and liked it that way, I cut out the entire BP. So there is still denim attached to that BP. I think you can see it on the pictures. Lots of fringes. For that reason I used that primitive sewing technique (across not along). To toughen the chain and for that certain primitive touch.

dubtribe's picture

Wow ... amazing work. One of the best versts I have seen. Would say it is pure art!

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StereoDeth's picture

Such a flattering comment.^^ Thank you very much! Cheers!

xero's picture

i dont normally like so many patches being covered by others, but you made it work with interesting placements and patterns. great work!

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StereoDeth's picture

Thank you! It's nice to hear a positive feedback from someone, who generally sorta dislikes this kind of style. :) Cheers!

Gyklare's picture

This is incredible!

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StereoDeth's picture

Thank you! Cheers! :)

utbullet's picture

Das Teil ist eher Artwork als Kutte... dennoch --- GEILES TEIL

StereoDeth's picture

Danke, das hört man ehrlich gesagt gerne!^^ Den eigentlichen Sinn erfüllt es ja auch - also den Swag ordentlich aufzudrehen.

bestial_bunny's picture

Simply put, fucking amazing.

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StereoDeth's picture

Thank you very much! :)

waldpyk's picture

Great! Love the diversity.

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StereoDeth's picture

Thank you! Cheers! :)

TotalDesaster's picture

zu viel des guten...

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StereoDeth's picture

...kommt bald noch mehr des Guten. :D

Steve4427's picture

Sick af dude. kinda sad to see the lobo patch and the white stitching go but its yours and it still looks kick ass

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StereoDeth's picture

Thanks, man! The white stitches were more suitable for my brownish vest (I really loved that color). I wish I could have used it again, but imo it does not work on this vest. Same deal with the lobo and some other things.

Solitary-Man's picture

The previous version was already awesome, but man you took it a step further! Insane!

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StereoDeth's picture

Thank you very much! :) I got another update, but I haven't finished it since months. Wondering how people will feel about that. Cheers!

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