Here's a great tutorial that Funnypeculiar posted on wig dying!
The things I work on when I can't sleep... This is the first prosthetic piece that I've ever made! Woot for me! It's mostly made of liquid latex, acrylic paint, paper towels / toilet paper, and fake nails!
I need darker/thicker blood, but I'll work on that later!
Little Zombie Girl - The Walking Dead, Season 1, Episode 1 cosplay for Motor City Comic Con 2012!
Get the STEP BY STEP details on my facebook page!
YAY!!! Here's an article on how I made my LoZ: TP cosplay!!!
Linksliltri4ce: Twilight Princess Link Cosplay Costume
I came across this nice shield tutorial today for all of my fellow cosplayers! It's a fairly simple tutorial and the shield is REALLY inexpensive to make!
So I'm working on a few tutorial videos at the moment. These ones are kind of video/photo/talk-through sorts of tutorials, because I already have the projects made, and... well... quite frankly, I don't want to remake them! lol! =)
In any case, I took lots of progress shots, and the future videos will be more VIDEO-based!
Here's what I'm currently making tutorial videos on:
Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Hyrulian Soldier/Castle Guard Helmet
Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Princess Zelda Armor
Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Princess Zelda Tabard
So here's the video that I followed to make the gemstones for my Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Spiritual Stones. I suggest just skipping ahead to 2:43 since that is the part where she talks about creating your own faceted gems. If you've never made resin gemstones before, I suggest you watch all three of her videos - they really helped me a lot!
Here's how mine turned out:
This is a shot of a commission project that I had worked on. It's the Hyrulian Soldier/Castle Guard from the Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. I was only commissioned to make the helmet, but I couldn't resist using my brother's spear and the chest-plate I made for his Lord Fenrir costume for this shot! The helmet is made of craft foam and resin (for extra durability). The visor is movable and removable. It has two magnetic hinges that allows it to flip up to reveal the face or it can be taken off all together.
I plan on putting together a tutorial video in the future, and I'll post a link here when it's up!
This is a great video by ThreadBanger (I ♥ them!) that I used to do my screen printing at home. It's pretty effective, although I do suggest to not screen print an intricate design, or you might have to go back and clean up your image afterwards...
Here are my results from a test run for my Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Princess Zelda cosplay!
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Hello everyone! I'm just a little girl with a little thread, and a LOT of hair! I love making cosplays and going to my local conventions (or any reason to go out in public with a costume!)