Cosplaying

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Vext

Lilac wrote:

B-B-B-Bump.

D'awww.
Metroid

Lilac wrote:

B-B-B-Bump.

Inb4 you get beheaded. Also, where's the muskets?
Lilac
Not only do the muskets cost almost $100...

...Getting a replica of a gun into Australia is like almost getting a real gun into Australia. Good luck waiting for 6 weeks and hope the cops don't knock on your door.
Lilac

failboat wrote:

Lilac wrote:

The skirt is already up to my knees. D:
lol

to the knees isn't in any way high up

shirt goes tucked into the skirt, and corset to hide it

well suit yourself, could have looked a lot better
Double post, w/e.

That's as high as the skirt goes without me having to constantly drag it up or put something like a belt to hold it up.

I didn't know if the shirt was tucked in or not. Now that I know it does, I'll remember it for the next photo with a different camera.

Thanks.
Vext
I do believe the trick to that from watching jp movies is to take the skirt and roll it up when you want it shorter. The whatever you call it should keep it on tightly. (they keep low in class and hike it up after)
Lilac
I never thought of that before, Vext, I'll do that next time.
Hakeru
after my matryoshka photosession

Kyonko Hizara
ampzz

Lilac wrote:

Not only do the muskets cost almost $100...

...Getting a replica of a gun into Australia is like almost getting a real gun into Australia. Good luck waiting for 6 weeks and hope the cops don't knock on your door.
You'd be lucky enough if customs actually cleared it in the first place lol...

Lilac wrote:

I never thought of that before, Vext, I'll do that next time.
Be sure to roll or, for a better look fold it inwards (closest to your body) when you are doing it that way it wont unnecessarily crease the skirt's band (whatever it's called around the waist) nor distort any of the natural crease lines on the skirt.

This much I found out from a friend of mine when she needed help getting dressed into (longer than her size) her clothes.
Rantai
Time for some DIY?
komuyi99
I was planning to cosplay as Tsumugi Kotomi from K-ON.But there were some problems and they could not make me the costume >.<
I also had problems in finding the music for the cosplaying contest.It was going to be my first time cosplaying. :(
Beuchi

KyonkoHizara wrote:

Dancing Chen
Moe moee... KYUN!! :)
Haneii
MLP: Twilight Sparkle

Trying to come up with a humanoid Twilight cosplay for a small con in 2 weeks D:


Phase 1:
Hair [Complete]
Sort of. *Meh* I'll fix it up together the night before - shouldn't be too hard...I hope.


Next:
Phase 2: Cutie Mark + Prop (Elements of Harmony Book) [WIP - I'll post when done ^_^]

Crunch time D:
Drakari
I would cosplay... but don't know what I would look good as, or where/how to get the outfits.
naira-chan
I've cosplayed Amu Hinamori (not gonna tell when it was) and it was a failure because I did not have the right cloth design for the skirt and leg warmers (I can't find the perfect cloth!).
Gorlum

naira-chan wrote:

I've cosplayed Amu Hinamori (not gonna tell when it was) and it was a failure because I did not have the right cloth design for the skirt and leg warmers (I can't find the perfect cloth!).
Want to cosplay perfectly? Learn2sew.
naira-chan

gorlum wrote:

naira-chan wrote:

I've cosplayed Amu Hinamori (not gonna tell when it was) and it was a failure because I did not have the right cloth design for the skirt and leg warmers (I can't find the perfect cloth!).
Want to cosplay perfectly? Learn2sew.
My main problem was finding the perfect cloth. That sewing thing would be my second problem.
Jazz

naira-chan wrote:

I've cosplayed Amu Hinamori (not gonna tell when it was) and it was a failure because I did not have the right cloth design for the skirt and leg warmers (I can't find the perfect cloth!).
pics or it never happened...oh wait... *insert evil smile here*

nah j/k love you bro
kajiyatta
Probably I have to cosplay this weekend in my University's festival. much embarrassed
Gorlum
Post some photos lately~
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