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I Admire | Kate Bresnahan

I Admire | Kate Bresnahan

Two I Admire posts in a row?? Well, I guess I’m just in the mood to feature other’s amazing work! I had the pleasure of meeting Kate Bresnahan at Granite State Comic Con this past weekend, and I bought one of her lovely prints. I adored her style so much that I had to share her art with you!

I Admire | Kate Bresnahan

My personal favorite is the Sailor V print – which piece is your favorite? You can also purchase some of her prints right here.

Follow Kate:
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September 16, 20143 comments
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I Admire | NoFlutter aka Jennifer Vaiano

I Admire | NoFlutter aka Jennifer Vaiano

Have you seen the work of NoFlutter aka Jennifer Vaiano? She has this amazing lolita-esque style, and draws the most detailed corsets and frills. Every single sketch she does is so filled with details and it’s like looking at a pretty dessert.

I had a hard time choosing favorites to post, but here are some of a few I adore.

I Admire...NoFlutter

Facebook Cover | Happy Birthday Love Jinx | Sailor Mars | Frozen | Catwoman | Poison Ivy

Which one of these is your favorite? I have such a hard time choosing since all of her characters are so gorgeous.

Be sure to follow Jennifer on Facebook!

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September 11, 20147 comments
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Cosplay | Aurora, Child of Light

Cosplay | Aurora, Child of Light

Today I’m sharing my newest cosplay venture, Aurora from Child of Light!

If you haven’t heard of Child of Light, it’s a beautiful game (for PlayStation, XBox, and Steam) from Ubisoft. According to the official website,

The duke’s daughter Aurora is dead… and yet, she lives. Join Aurora across the mysterious kingdom of Lemuria on her quest to return home. Helped by Igniculus the firefly, Finn the Capilli and many more, she must defeat the Queen of the Night who has stolen the sun, the moon and the stars.

Kyla Cosplay | Child of Light
Kyla Cosplay | Child of Light
Kyla Cosplay | Child of Light

COSTUME DETAILS:
Dress: Cream jersey knit, and the trim is a gold spandex. I used heat n’ bond on the cut-out shapes on the bottom.

Sword: The base was foam core, held together with glue. I then papier-mâchéd it, used a few layers of gesso to prime, and painted. It was weathered using a sponge and wateredd-down black paint. I used about three layers of mod podge to make it shiny.

Crown: This was my first adventure with worbla! The base shape was foam, and I molded the worbla around it. Then it was primed and painted, and I used sequins and pearls for the details.

Ignigulus: I decided to make Igniculus into a pouch for functionality. He was made out of some scrap blue fabric into a drawstring pouch, and I put LED lights in him to light up.

Wings: These were shaped of wire, then covered in gauze. The wires at the end bent into an “L” shape, and stuck in a little fabric-covered foam. I looped ribbon around the foam, and the wings attached over my shoulders.

Kyla Cosplay | Child of Light
Kyla Cosplay | Child of Light

I’m really happy with this, and walking around Boston Comic Con with the massive sword was definitely fun. Don’t forget to follow along on my Facebook for all of my progress shots!

Have you played this game?

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Happy Friday!

Happy Friday!

It doesn’t quite feel like September to me yet, most likely because we’ve been experiencing unusually high temperatures. But I’m eagerly awaiting cooler temperatures (boots and blazers anyone?).

This week’s Happy Friday post is a bit, well, boozy. We have some liquor illustrations, and a recipe for boozy cupcakes. Happy weekend, everyone!

Happy Friday
Boozy Friday

strawberry champagne cupcakes
Kraken Embotellado by Alan Berry Rhys | Scotty Reifsnyder: Cheers Notecards

What are you loving this week?

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September 5, 20144 comments

Product & Print | 073

Product & Print | 073

Oh look, another Sailor Moon-related post! Oh well. Ever since the remake has started airing, I’m thrown back into nostalgia and revisit my childhood. Usagi/Sailor Moon was my favorite hero and I love seeing so many fun tributes throughout the years. So, here are some more favorites!

Sailor Moon | Product & Print

buns & guns shirt is probably the goofiest, silliest, cutest shirt I’ve seen in a while, and it would be so cozy in the winter. Compared with the cute print by Jizzybro, we see two very different takes on the character, but both are still so essentially Sailor Moon.

Do you have any Sailor Moon favorites?

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September 2, 20144 comments