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mech
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Posted:i mean some tee's with good poi designs on them! you know hat i mean, funky shirts with poi ppl onthem or moves, or logos just good looking clothes like skate clothes?!!?!

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Posted:te POOKa have a nice range of clothages....

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As love unveils the beauty of all things."

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Posted:te pooka's nav sys is faulty, its really annoying, do you have another idea trait?

anyways im hoping to meet u soon dude, i hear about you, but you are a freaky i-net character, i never see you!

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Location: Europe,Scotland,Both
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Posted:Funnily enough...

I been making clothes the last few days, t-shirts mostly but im shure i could streach to some hoodies'n'stuff...

PM me for orders.. gonna get some product stuff onna web soon, or wait till I hit london.

If you want to e-mail tepooka I suggest you try Steve@tepooka.org, but there emails down, i forgot, doh!

N'way, mke yer own, its easy!

Tom


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Cantus
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Posted:Can you do text in your designs Nix?(?) And/or will you apply your own special brand of spelling?



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Carpal \'Tunnel
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Posted:yes and yes! (tho i think even I could have trouble misspelling 'poi' )

p.s. cant you reply to the poor buzzsaw kid? or dont you do poi? will someone please tell him what it is? go on, point out the lessons section....

T

[ 03. August 2003, 13:09: Message edited by: +) ]


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Cantus
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Posted:Ok I answered him. Why couldn't you answer him? Just cos Tempest says you're sh!te at poi doesn't mean you can't answer questions about it.

"I'll carry this....It's harder to spill a hat" - Chellybean
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Posted:Rob here... also pk.


nav bar is fine on tepooka.org... what gives? maybe you are trying to click where it says <navigate rather than following the arrow and going to 'menu' on the left...? [pk says if this is correct then you're silly < means arrow!!]

if you want to order some of ours email us on info@tepooka.org, tom is also lying, our website is up and absolutely fine so no viscous or viscious rumours please

enjoy

R


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In giving love there is an equal grace.
Nor need one seek the aura in the face,
As love unveils the beauty of all things."

*Francois Couperin.

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mech
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Posted:i think its my fire wall, ive used that D-HTML script from dynamic drive before (its located here if you wnat to check it)

i know cos i d-loads teh .js file to get the page names., and manually look around the site!im a web geek!...and there goes my street cred!

anyways, i couldnt find teh clothes sectionthe teh tepooka site! now ifeel stupid!

+) mail me some of your designs @ mechhead15@yahoo.com and ill try and find one i like!

happy days guys

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Posted:i have just bought a tee by a company called onfire and they seem to do some pretty cool tee designs! i really thought some were cool! its not about fire poi its extreme sports, but the tees are really good quality and design!

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Posted:i think our designs are on pks site... if not when i get back from the ejc i'll mail you a few.

i like the onfire ones too....


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Posted:I suppose if u are the arty type you could always to tshirt transfers...

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Cantus
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Posted:Personally I just use fabric paints on my shirts. But they're just for me to wear....

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Posted:I can sell you some custom designed 100% cotton dual layered double stiched blue stonewashed fire pants.

They got four pockets, closely sewn so you can't get anything out unless you suck in your tummy, especially the coin pocket.

There is even some space age gravity loops for placing a buckled leather restrainer on if your girth changes down a size...

All this for only a $1000 nz per pair, and I've even cut the little orange tab off for you!


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Posted:quote:Originally posted by Charles:
and I've even cut the little orange tab off for you! YOU JUST SICK CHARLES, SICK MAN WERE NO LONGER FRIENDS.....


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"I'll carry this....It's harder to spill a hat" - Chellybean
"...like a rabbit caught in a lighthouse?" - Chellybean

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Posted:thats what i thought cantus......so out of all this topic i still dont knwo were toget poi clothes from appart from charles who will sell me a pair of jean thats are too small from 1000 quid!

oh well

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Posted:Try sending a message to Malcolm, then. Or ask about the COL cover-art entries. Maybe those designs (with permission) could be used to make transfers out of...

but I do suggest you buy my space age double legged buttock covers...


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Posted:i am sorry but if they are fire pant i fear for my hands while i putthem on as fire will burn as i pull them up my legs!

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Posted:Maybe I'm being blind, but I can't seem to find any clothing for sale on the te Pooka page. Help! Where's the clothing section?

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Posted:i thought that but didnt want to say it incasei looked like a muppet...thanks!

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Posted:Maybe the te Pooka clothes are like the emperor's new clothes. The emperor is naked, people!

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mech
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Posted:no i dont thinks so, they use boady paintsso, maybe their clothes are paint?

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Posted:I've always been a big fan of painted on clothing myself.

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Posted:i preffer paint on laytex to just paint esp for certain ares!

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frostypaw
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Posted:Please - do elaborate

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Posted:i use paint on laytex rubber that looks and acts like paint till it touches the skin and dry and becomes more like rubber!

my girlfirends use it for displays when they dont want to wear much on their tops!


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Posted:Latex sounds cool. But wot happens when you get it hot, ie. catch it with fire poi etc. Would it melt onto your skin??

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Posted:no it seems fine, it just turns into a liquid, and then resolidifies, you can peal it off when you are done just like rubber the more you apply the better it is against heat as less melts!

its supposed to be a thermosetiing plastic, that once set to shape can be re-heated and moved!

hehehehehehehehe its great for dispalys like a paint on bra that offers support and comfort and likkes like nothings there, so no probelms with movement! plus it cant come off, or things pop out!


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Posted:That does seem quite a fine idea - i was having vague ideas about costumes for sunday at Glasto2004 where that'd be handy - i guess it also adds a layer of protection and warmth just where ya might need it!

back to poi clothes - one thing that had occurred to me as maybe making quite beautiful clothes would be to stitch in move patterns - eg weave with a spiral at one side and a swoop on the other or TTN's interlocking spirals

otherwise the designs on poipoi.info are nice and cartoony and possibly suitable for t-shirts etc


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Posted:The liquid Lytex should not be used when performing actually. It is used quite extensively for S&M type stuff. However, it does not allow the skin to breathe and therefore people have suffered heat collapse from it. Not only that but if you get tangled and the fire stays on the laytex, it does catch. It is not flame resistant, and will not just "melt away". I have worked with it extensively when I did costume and make-up designs for my theater arts degree.

For t-shirts we had a contest a couple years back for the designs, and they are still available through Cafe Press. I'll just have to find it. Proceeds are going to help fund an international gathering, when it happens.


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