|Left to right: Assassin’s Creed II, Brotherhood, Revelations.|
The outfits are all made of many layers so I needed to carefully analyse the illustrations to work out how many individual garments I would need and which pieces would be sewn to where.
The AC II outfit has a shirt and tunic. The tunic will have a waist seam (to be hidden by the sash) to which all the skirt layers will be sewn. It has two layers of sleeve caps – one slashed and one not. It took me a while to work out how the various layers worked to get two collars and a hood. I concluded that the hood is a separate piece which is buttoned on under the collar.
|The hood looks like a separate piece from the back.|
The Brotherhood outfit has a shirt, a jerkin and a doublet. It has a separate hood as well.
|The bottom row is all the jerkin.|
|The green layer is the doublet, the other pieces are all parts of the jerkin. The red layer is beneath the purple layer in the front and on top of the purple layer in the back.|
Assassin’s Creed belongs to Ubisoft.