Two shoes (almost a pair)

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Process:

I use black and white deer skin for this pair of shoes. Deer skin is very soft and stretchy, but it’s very hard to skive.Photo Apr 25, 8 56 52 PMStitchting on the inside.
Photo Apr 25, 10 33 30 PM R0003148 R0003149 R0003151 R0003152No visible stitching from outside:Photo Apr 25, 10 33 37 PM Punch eyelets:Photo Apr 25, 10 36 10 PM Photo Apr 25, 10 42 49 PM Upper’s done!Photo Apr 25, 11 09 45 PM Secure the back by nailing it to the last with a piece of leather, so it won’t leave a huge whole on the upper.Photo May 01, 1 33 23 PM Pullback the upper onto the last tightly.Photo May 01, 2 56 55 PM Photo May 01, 3 00 27 PM Photo May 01, 3 46 13 PMPut the toe puff in and sand it nicely.
R0003147Photo May 01, 5 10 10 PMUse contact cement to secure all the layers (after trimming it down to the edge of nails).
Photo May 01, 6 25 02 PM

put cork in:Photo May 08, 2 15 29 PM sand it flat:Photo May 08, 2 31 51 PM

Die the bottom leather piece:Photo May 08, 9 54 35 PMPhoto May 11, 9 33 08 PM Photo May 11, 9 42 29 PM
Photo May 11, 10 24 51 PM Photo May 11, 10 34 22 PM
Photo May 11, 11 53 56 PMDone:

_BAI4458Crit Day/Modeled by Ji:

Photo May 18, 11 20 16 AM Photo May 18, 11 20 30 AM Photo May 18, 11 21 00 AMPhoto May 18, 11 21 29 AMModeled by Tina:


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Modeled by Carmen:

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