so I went thinking of a way it might be possible, by using a pair of my own, camera, computer, printing fabric, some other items and a lot more patience than I ever thought needed for this miniature.
(very) long story short: quite the challenge, that must have left me a grey hair or many, haha. All the preparations alone took many many hours in several months. This is the third pair I made in fabric, since I couldn't finish the first two to my satisfaction and mistakes were very easily made, no matter how careful I was. But isn't the endresult great?! If I may say so myself...... :)
|here you can see the inside of the back|
|see the zipperpart on the inside too? And the labels with behind it, the insides of the front (the pockets).|
these jeans consist of 30 different parts. All pockets are usable - as far as such tiny pockets are useful for anything ;). I made zipperparts and a (1,2mmx0,6mm for the widest part) zipperpull. The inside of the front has labels, although unfortunately hardly any print is visible. I also made a buttonhole, where the button can actually go through to close the jeans, but this is not only very difficult to do, but the force you need to do that rips the top of the jeans apart from the rest and scrapes the 'copper' of the button (I used a goldcolored flat headpin on which I applied embossingpowder for a more rounded jeansbutton-look), so I can't show (I tried it with the jeans not complete and I almost ruined it doing that.. It's just too small and delicate).
the belt I made from a piece of thin leather and a beltbuckle I ordered. I once tried to make a beltbuckle from very thin metal, but I couldn't get it even near acceptable. I colored this one with some patina and blackwash for more depth and made a flat 'pin' to put in the holes of the belt (a tiny piece of tealightcupmetal folded at the sides, flattened and with a slight curve, placing it around the 'bar' of the buckle)
|the buckle as I bought it and what I made of it (just the belt'pin' and some color in the engravings) with the belt attached|
|all the 'props' are made by me: the 'furry' stool, the coatrack with 'rusted' brackets and hooks, the canvasses (printed on fabric & mounted on wood), and a simple cardboardcorner dressed with 'weathered' floorboards, aged baseboards and 'wallpaper'|