Fabric is a great alternative to painting foam armor, and its easier to do than it looks!
Eyelets and Grommets can be a bit tricky if you’re unfamiliar with using them. Certain fabrics won’t hold them well, but there are a few things you can do to make any fabric the right fabric!
A lot of fictional characters have some pretty groovy headgear, not all of which obeys the laws of gravity. Lucky, we don’t have to obey the laws of gravity either! Or at least, we can get around them pretty easily. Launch from Dragon Ball is one of these characters, and in this tutorial, I’ll show you how I made her hair bow able to stand up on its own!
Today I will show you how I made the icicle pauldron for my Glaceon gijinka using Worbla and resin casting techniques. It may not be the best, most refined way, but it worked for me so maybe it will work for you too! Continue reading Cosplay Tutorials – Icicle Pauldron
Princess Bubblegum’s iconic pink and purple dress is easily achieved by altering patterns you can find in store! In this costume breakdown I’ll go over everything I did to bring this sweet bubblegum blob to life! Continue reading Costume Breakdown: Princess Bubblegum
Want to cosplay a character with an unnatural skin tone, but don’t want to spend a lot of time or money on body paint? Try making arm socks! Continue reading Making Arm Socks with We Love Colors Tights
The perfect gradient fabric is hard to find, so knowing how to make your own is a useful skill to have! Here, I’ll show you one way to dye a two-toned gradient into fabric using red and blue iDye Poly!
Pattern making from scratch is an extremely useful skill to have when it comes to cosplay and costume making! It’s a lot easier than it might look too! Here I’ll show you one method for making patterns from scratch. This method is best used for garments that are meant to fit close to the body.
In Persona 5, Ann Takamaki’s Panther outfit consists of a shiny red bodysuit, dark red thigh high boots, pink gloves, a cat mask, a matching tail, and of course, Ann’s signature fluffy pigtails. It doesn’t sound like there’s much to it, but it can be a bit daunting to make if you don’t have a lot of sewing experience. I personally made mine from scratch, and I’ll walk you through the entire process in this costume breakdown! Continue reading Costume Breakdown: Ann Takamaki (Panther)
Using existing patterns can be a great way to start a cosplay project, but most of the time the patterns you find don’t quite fit your character. Luckily, its pretty easy to alter a pattern to fit your needs! Continue reading Basic Pattern Altering