The Clea cosplay saga continues! With this update I painted the bodice, constructed the cloak, and antagonized over making gloves.
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This is where the fun (and hair pulling) began! With this update, I dove into hours of pinning and altering of the top in order to keep this cosplay as realistic as possible. I knew going in that this was going to be the case, but I am always up for a challenge – that is how you get better!
At long last I have found time to really get started on my Clea cosplay! The body suit was the first step and was super easy to make. It was my first time doing a garment like this, and I’m really happy with how it turned out.
Finally, the Toph is back! It took us a bit to relax our high working hours and get settled into our new place. I am quite excited to pick this cosplay back up again and wear it to Denver Comicon. My overall goal for this cosplay is to wear it to Children’s Hospitals when we finish our “Avitar: The Last Airbender Series”.
Brianna (@ulvogravn) modifies a store bought pattern for her Toph Beifong Cosplay. Look for more videos showing the development of this cosplay coming soon!
Many of us have done it – run down to the Halloween store at the last minute to buy something shiny that looks so great in the picture. But as soon as you get it home, out of the bag, and on yourself, it looks like a toddler stapled it together out of neon burlap. Never fear! You can still look fantastic for your costume party by using the of-the-shelf costume to make your own pattern for a custom costume that fits you perfectly!
Brianna (@Ulvogravn) and Chloe (@ChloeLiz05) show you their solutions to sewing fabric onto your DIY ductape dress form!
Want to make sure you have all the basic sewing tools to make your Cosplay? Brianna (@Ulvogravn) shows you her suggestions, ideas for finding a used sewing machine, and gives some quick tips on what to look for when getting a used sewing machine.
Brianna and Chloe show the materials purchased for our Toph Bei Fong Cosplay, talk about the decisions with those materials, and go over sustainable fabric options! Look for the following videos for this cosplay about Pattern Modification, Sewing the Clothes, Belt and Accessories, Wig Modification, Shopping for Eye Contact, and the Final Reveal and Photoshoot! Follow Chloe @ChloeLiz05, and Brianna @Ulvogravn. Thanks for watching!
Brianna and Chloe show how to fix your dress form if an explosion occurred! Look for the following video on how to add the final touch of fabric to your dress form!
Brianna and Chloe show how to make your own dress form without a lot of expensive supplies. Look out for following videos on how to repair dress form damage, and how to add the final touch of fabric to your dress form!
Meet the LoreCrafters before we dive into our cosplay series! We talk about our skills and backgrounds, our first cosplay for 2016 Denver Comicon, and see what we are cosplaying as next.