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Avatar: Legend of Korra Boot Tutorial (pt. 2) by ScissorWizardCosplay Avatar: Legend of Korra Boot Tutorial (pt. 2) by ScissorWizardCosplay
There is a typo in step 2. It should read "after the shoe is created attach piece 5" not "attach piece 6". I will come back and fix this at a later date in time.

9/9/12 Here is a link to Hamano-ayumi's Korra pictures: [link]
She modified my pattern and combined it with moccisan tutorial. Don't they look great?
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axemnas Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2013  Student Filmographer
Yay! a modified version of this will help me make sly Coopers shoes!!! I've been trying to figure it out and was going to use my tabi boots to make the pattern but, they were misplaced.
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ScissorWizardCosplay Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Glad to be of help. I've actually modified the pattern to make Peter Pan's shoes and Arthur's boots from Sword and the Stone. The basic patter can be used for quite a lot. If anything is unclear let me know and I'd love to see a picture of the finished product. 
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sarinja Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2013
Is it possible to wear this shoe during winter though? So excited to make these shoes!
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ScissorWizardCosplay Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I guess it depends on what material you make them from and how cold it gets. You could probably add a lining made from a thick fabric to help keep the heat in. It's also possible to seal the shoe with waterproofing material to protect it from the elements. Honestly, the shoes I made where mostly worn indoors but I have worn them outside a few times and they held up pretty well.
P.S. would love to see a picture of your finished product. :)
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xShunShin Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Hmmm this look like a really tutorial! I think I will use this if I deicde to make korras shoes xD Could the insole also be a regular one or out of craft foam? o:
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ScissorWizardCosplay Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I'm sure craft foam would work but I would use the thickest stuff you can find.
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bownt Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2012
By insole, do you mean like one of those gell things for arch support? Or did you rip up a pair of old flats and sew that to the bottom? I feel like I should just PM you all these questions..
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ScissorWizardCosplay Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It was the insole that came in the pair of shoes I ripped up. I just slipped them into the boot and didn't bother sewing them down. Although, now that you mention it gel insoles might be more comfy. If anything else is unclear I'd be more than happy to answer your questions. I've just started learning pattern making so I'm not allways very good at conveying how I made something to someone else.
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bownt Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2012
Okay thank you! :) And no problem it's very easy to follow! I just started my boots yesterday following your pattern and they are coming out really good :) Thank you so much again for posting this!
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araca Featured By Owner May 31, 2012
Thanks, I'll be using this if I ever get around to making my Korra costume! :)
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ScissorWizardCosplay Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Cool, love to see it when it is done.
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Ying-Yang-Twiinz Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
What type of fabric did use??
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ScissorWizardCosplay Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I used suede. I bought a jacket and a skirt from the thrift store for about $10 and ripped them apart.
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