I finished my Twitch Plays Pokemon-inspired Flareon cosplay last week, and I’m hoping to do a photoshoot soon. In the meantime, here are some progress photos! Other than the previously-mentioned ears, the costume consists of a gown with a belt and a thing I’ve been calling a tapestry that hangs from the belt. It is … [Read more…]
The first real prop I ever made for a cosplay was for my Yukari Takeba (Persona 3) cosplay: a small pistol-like weapon called an Evoker (in the game, the characters attack by summoning spirits called Personas–in P3, characters summon personas by pointing an Evoker at their own heads and pulling the trigger). I followed this … [Read more…]
The Final Fantasy X and X-2 HD remakes came out this week! X-2 is both one of my favorite games and total cosplayer catnip, so in honor of the release, I dug out some old photos of my Yuna cosplays. Hope you like them! Trainer Yuna — Full Gallery White Mage Yuna — Full Gallery … [Read more…]
My second PAX East cosplay is going to be a Flareon cosplay inspired by Twitch Plays Pokemon. My partner is a gym leader in the PAX Pokemon League, and I’ve been a gym leader in the past, so I thought it would be a fun costume to wear while hanging out with the League folks … [Read more…]
My latest finished project is a giant plush Weighted Companion Cube for a friend who is cosplaying the Ratman from Portal. I followed this tutorial, except I scaled everything up so that the thing is one cubic foot. The finished product: I added some ribbon loops to two of the corners so it can be … [Read more…]
The weather was really nice out this weekend, so we went outside and got some Ravio shots! Check out the full gallery here. Photos by BDH Photography.
Ravio is one of Link Between Worlds’s new additions to the Zelda universe, a charming shopkeeper who generously rents Link the tools he needs to save the worlds–for a fee. Sheerow is his companion, a little bird that swoops down to recollect Ravio’s property when Link has fallen. This PDF pattern is a guide to … [Read more…]
This tutorial is for Ceri, who requested twirly skirts for toddlers, but this tutorial will work for anybody. Twirly skirts for all! There are two types of skirts I enjoy making the most, and they both have a high twirl factor: circle skirts and tiered petticoat-style skirts. Circle skirts are a great first sewing project … [Read more…]