Pleeeeeasehelp. I want to do a genderbent Winter Soldiers for an upcoming con and the arm is straight up baffling me right now. Any hints? All I'm seeing by way of tutorials has no elbow or hand attached.....
Personally, instead of making two seperate pieces of the forarm and the biecep I would make a base glove with SEVERAL pieces so the whole arm can articulate. That way you can make an elbow and glove too.
So you must get this a lot but after ages of meaning to I finally got around to reading Diplomatic Gestures and oh my god that was the best thing I've ever read. I didn't realize what a crazy awesome author you are on top of your cosplays! (It's also made Jessamine's death 10x more heart breaking for me, I hold you responsible for that) But yes. It was so well written, I could completely accept this as canon. And I will. Thank you so much for having written this! (Your mute!Corvo is perfect)
have you guys decided when you're going to get married yet?
That’s mostly Sylar’s job.
Actually no, we both agree that we want to have dependable careers (that we want) beneath us. We want to be financially stable and ready for not only a wedding, but time to celebrate our and start our ‘legal’ life without worrying about money, jobs, or homes.
We figure — we are already planning to stay together regardless of marriage, so we can wait until we aren’t just out of college and bumbling around.
TLDR: We manage our money well. We take into account that Cosplay/Cons are a big part of our life and we make the nescarry budgets for them. Usually that means sacrificing eating out, buying new clothes, video games, movies — we have little time or money for anything besides cosplay/cons. It’s definitely a part of our lifestyle choice.
Oh wise cosplay senpais, I'm seeking your advice. I'm attempting to make my cosplay and it happens to be a gown with puffed sleeves, and, I have no idea as to what material to use. Any tips you could pass along?
Material is up to you. You can really make them out of anything, but it’s up to your own tastes as a cosplayer to interpret the fabric as you see fit from the character. (not to mention, I have no idea what you are making!)
Would you ever think about doing anymore borderlands cosplay ??
We cosplay characters we like and relate to, or really want to be. Maya was that for me — so until they release more characters that strike our fancy, no. We don’t look at series to cosplay as much as we do individual characters.
what advice do you have for when you fight with your significant other? sometimes it's just so extremely frustrating
Our number one is to work through it to its end instead of letting it fester. Don’t sleep on your anger at them. Try not to walk away to spend a few hours furiously thinking about it alone. Most of the time things don’t get better until you both hash it out and understand where the other is coming from.
I used to be prone to telling Sylar to leave me alone when I’m angry with him and I’ll get over it. But that usually only makes things worse. I just stir my anger and thought process around and wonder why he is wrong/won’t come to my side of things.
Talking to each other is really the only way to understand how the other feels.
Don’t be afraid of the fight. Let the argument unfold and let it take its course so you can express how you feel and they can too.
They are hand painted in gold jacquard fabric paint! I did make a little cut out stencil to outline the shape in pencil first. Some of them have fake gold rivets in the center which are google eyes spray painted gold.