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Chell costume jumpsuit pattern by Lambda2441 Chell costume jumpsuit pattern by Lambda2441
A more detailed pattern describing my costume for Portal's Chell.
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CamKitty2 Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This is really awesome! I might have to try using this pattern! :)
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noobyzgir350 Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2013  Student General Artist
oh god your my savior i was planning on buying it online but most were prices i didnt like. Anyways, this is awesome thanks!
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Feathers-love Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2012
After seeing this months ago, I decided that I was gonna be Chell for Halloween! :) I've been working on the pattern for the past week and a half, and I have everything but the sleeves and collar all planned out. I've been using this and your other references as a basic idea, but I plan on converting the styles from both Portal and Portal 2 for my jumpsuit (meaning, I'm using the upper design from Portal, excluding the length of the sleeves, and the lower pants design from Portal 2)!! It's been so fun, but kinda stressful, to put together. I cannot thank you enough for uploading this, it has helped me tremendously!!


Just a quick question, How did you use to measure the sleeve pattern and the collar pattern? I want to make sure they fit right and I was a little stuck on the whole process...
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Lambda2441 Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
I'm so glad it was useful to you! I'd love to see pictures once you finish.

For the sleeves and collar i would recommend measuring based on a collared shirt that fits the way you want. You can turn it inside out to see exactly where the seams are on the sleeve for easier measuring. The collar should fit your neck at the smaller end (right where the e is in the pattern) and flare out by an inch or two on the wider end. This can also be measured off a factory made shirt. If you don't have any collared shirts or none that match the pattern well, you could even just sneakily measure one in the store after trying them on for fit =P
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Yemskies Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
If I don't want to put the piping in, it will kind of just be like sewing a tshirt to pants, right?

Also would you be able to give me an indication as to what order I should sew everything together?
Thank you!
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Lambda2441 Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Would be pretty easy to leave the piping out, since it's just stuck between each side of fabric before you sew.

As far as order: I would assemble the pieces of the shirt, making a ring with the panels around the waist and attaching them to the top of the shirt before attaching the sleeves. When you make the pants portion you'll want to sew up each leg, turn one inside out and put the right side out leg on the inside of it so the outside parts of the legs are touching, then you can sew the crotch seam together and turn them right side out again (maybe I should make a tutorial for that too =P) The pockets should probably be added last so you can see where they will be on your body.
Let me know if that makes sense, I can try to be more detailed.
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NeliaNens Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
It is really awesome! Going to start nest week :)
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K-Leafy Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2012  Student Photographer
I've been using this, and it's really helpful! Thanks so much for making it!
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Lambda2441 Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
I'm glad it's been useful!
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InvaderDelilah Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
gah idk how i could ever make one! :(
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