We were lucky to interview Meesha of Kyuu Vixen Cosplay about her episode of Cosplay Melee and talk a bit about the experience! Your dragon was such a great idea, and I loved the way you built up layers with Worbla and Foam. Have you used Worbla on other projects? What are you most proud
We had the chance to interview Jacqueline Goehneron her experience with Cosplay Melee and her work as a Cosplayer! First of all, congrats on your episode and being chosen for Cosplay Melee! Your work is always wonderful and it was a treat to see you work ‘live’. Awe!!! Thank you so much! It was such
FoamWerks sent us their Deluxe FoamWerks kit to test on Worbla, so we gave it to Amanda (Elemental Photography and Design) and Vicky (Vickybunnyangel Cosplay) to run the set through the paces of cutting Worbla, EVA foam and Sintra. You can see the tests they did live on Twitch here, starting at the 1h13 mark!
We got a chance to talk to Becka Noel about her episode of Cosplay Melee, War Games! First of all, congrats on your episode! I have to admit I was rooting for you the hardest because I am a Star Trek Nerd, and you really did look like something from the universe! Haha, Star Trek
For AniMelee, episode 6 of Cosplay Melee, Jessie Pridemore made a Transforming Magical Girl based on Madoka – and we got to ask her some questions about the episode and her costumes! So, question one: What made you decide to take the leap and compete in Cosplay Melee? So many other cosplay ‘documentaries’ and that
Episode 5 of Cosplay Melee featured some super Super Heroes and we interviewed with Dhareza about his work on the show – including that oh-so-interesting ‘pebble’ technique! To start, congrats on your episode and your awesome work! It was awesome to see your character come together and we were all cheering as you pounced down
Episode 6 of Cosplay Melee was the last episode of the season, aptly titled ‘AniMelee’ and featuring some of my favorite work yet! We got a chance to speak with Paul who goes by Tearatone online about his work on the episode, as well as his impressive Dot Hack inspired “Bokkuko” Kabuto. First of all,