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istoria-n:

Cosplay problem: Do I go with accurate, or practical?

I’m going to work on my cosplay today!

- someone who did not work on their cosplay that day (via paleships)

My saltlakecomiccon Day 3 photo set.

Cosplayer in photo #3 is ivydoomkitty in costume as Velma.

If you know any of the other cosplayers in these photos, please let me know so I can tag them appropriately. (Or remove if the cosplayer wishes it.)

I’m not in costume as I had a rather epic fail the night before with the costume I was planning on wearing that day. That costume shall be worked on over the next year and trotted out at saltlakecomiccon 2015.

saltlakecomiccon Day 2 photo set.

Cosplayer with me in Photo 4 is Chloe Dykstra. Not sure if she’s on Tumblr or not so am unable to tag her here.

Again, if you know any of the cosplayers in these photos, let me know so I can tag them appropriately here. (Or remove the photo if they want me to.)

Photoset of saltlakecomiccon 2014 Day 1. Two weeks after the fact but whatever. Some of these were shared on my Instagram (cosplaywrite) during the con. Thought I’d upload the ones that most captured my day here, too.

If you know any of the cosplayers in the photos with me, please let me know so I can tag them appropriately! (Or remove the photo if desired.)

How I feel when the costume I want to make proves nigh impossible because there are no tutorials or patterns for it online or in stores.

How I feel when the costume I want to make proves nigh impossible because there are no tutorials or patterns for it online or in stores.

What sort of stitching do you usually use to finish inside seams? Mine always end up ugly and frayed.

Anonymous

silencedrowns:

dangerous-ladies:

You have a number of options depending on what’s available to you, how much work you feel like doing, and what the costume calls for!

We use whatever is most useful for the project… usually clean lining these days, but serging is the easiest to fall back on for unlined projects :) 

This post is a treasure for the cosplaying masses.

TRYING TO ACTUALLY STICK TO MY OUTLINE

dukeofbookingham:

It’s like:

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writingmemes:

When I have a good writing day:

When I have a bad writing day:

cosplaytutorial:

Tips on how to safely navigate a convention as a cosplayer by Yaya Han
View the full tutorial here:https://www.facebook.com/notes/yaya-han/tips-on-how-to-safely-navigate-a-convention-as-a-cosplayer-part-1/1015147150322160

cosplaytutorial:

Tips on how to safely navigate a convention as a cosplayer by Yaya Han

View the full tutorial here:
https://www.facebook.com/notes/yaya-han/tips-on-how-to-safely-navigate-a-convention-as-a-cosplayer-part-1/1015147150322160