How to Make Camilla’s Armored Shoe Covers Tutorial by AllieCat Cosplay. Photography credits to AllieCat Cosplay and Lafeetz Photography. Start with a comfortable shoe. Cover shoe with plastic wrap to protect shoe. Cover shoe with packing tape. Draw on details with marker. Cut out sections of the armor from that pattern. Create a ½ inch
How to make Camilla’s Breastplate [Fire Emblem] Tutorial by AllieCat Cosplay. Header image credit to AllieCat and Lafeetz Photography. L200 Foam and Black Worbla sponsored by CosplaySupplies Make a Tape Pattern over your body and cut directly down the middle and back (getting assistance so as to not cut yourself upon removal). Cut out breast
Back in 2017 Vicky and Amanda did a basic test of Logan Graphic Products’ FoamWerks foam tools, but that was for Worbla: two years later and we now carry both L200 and LED foam in our store, along with EVA foam, so it was time to give their products a second look. In the meantime,
Tutorial by Jenna Elise Cosplay Materials needed: – L200 Foam – Worbla (Black and Crystal Art) – Drawing paper – Insulation Foam – Pins – Sandpaper – Utility knife – Duct Tape – Sharpie – Scissors – Wood Burning Tool – Plasti Dip – Wax Paper – Fairy Lights (or whatever LED’s you choose) –
Tutorial by: Puppichu Cosplay In this tutorial I will go over how to make Snow Fawn Poppy’s “bell” hammer. This will include making a foam sphere bell, a disassemblable hammer shaft for travel, and animated LED lighting. Remember to always use proper safety equipment such as safety glasses, respirators, gloves, ear protection, ventilation, and cutting
Tutorial by: Puppichu Cosplay In this tutorial I have broken up the ears and antlers for those who may only need one or the other. This tutorial was designed to create my Snow Fawn Poppy character from League of Legends, but the same principles can be applied for many different kinds of ears and antlers.
Tutorial by: Puppichu Cosplay This tutorial was designed to create my Snow Fawn Poppy character from League of Legends, but the same principles can be applied for many different antlers or horns. Remember to always use proper safety equipment such as safety glasses, respirators, gloves, ear protection, ventilation, and cutting mats while following this tutorial.
Kamui Cosplay has written many books teaching various tips and tricks and foundation skills for cosplay, and her book Advanced Lights – Animated LEDs is her most recent entry! LEDs can be intimidating, and even once you have the basics of creating a circut down, there’s so much more that you could do if you
The Cosplay by McCall’s line has been creating some fantastic resources for cosplayers looking for patterns that require less modifications to create the outlandish styles found in Anime, Video Games and Manga. Their collection includes lolita inspired school uniforms, video game fighters, bases for your next Sakizo, evil queen gowns, and viking warriors. They recently
Tutorial by Vickybunnyangel Showgirl headpieces are traditionally created using a custom soldered wire frame to provide the skeletal structure that all those fantastic feathers, rhinestones and fabric attach to. I’m assuming Showgirls must have amazing neck and shoulder muscles, because the weight of these things could get ridiculous the more lavish they are. No wonder