As I was working on updating my cosplay page, I realized I never shared my Faye Valentine costume! I made this last year for Anime Boston. It’s the outfit she’s wearing when we first meet her in the casino.
I also think this might be the first costume in a long time where I didn’t document my progress…I’m so sorry!! I searched and searched for progress photos but couldn’t find any :( If you’re interested in any way about how I made any parts of this costume, please let me know!
All photos by Wei Guan
If you watched Cowboy Bebop, who was your favorite character? I love Faye so much, but I also really like Spike. This is one of my favorite animes of all time!
Wow, January seems to be flying by, huh? I can’t believe we’re over halfway through!
I feel like 2018 is going to be a good year, and I’m excited for all to come. I’v stopped doing a lot of non-cosplay posts, and I’d like to get back into that this year. So, here are some January favorites, some geeky and some not :)
What are your favorites this month?
Super Pusheenicorn Musical Plush Toy | Winterberry Tart Coat | Overwatch Tunic Dress
Overwatch Blouse | Overwatch Mei Nendoroid
Three years ago I made my first Frozen cosplay, Elsa. After that I said I wouldn’t do another Frozen costume, but here we are :>
When I saw Anna’s design from Olaf’s Frozen Adventure, I knew that was my next costume. It was detailed and I knew I would be pushing myself with a lot of hand sewing.
I was really nervous about shooting this costume, since it had to be snowy. In New England we got a massive storm last week but in a weird weather happenstance, it literally all melted before the weekend :( But we ventured somewhere that did have snow, and it actually started snowing when we took these photos. I was so excited! The snow you see here is all real, no photoshop :)
I’ve written up a detailed breakdown of this costume…read on to see how I made it!
Hey everyone, since this is my first official post of 2018…Happy new year!
I opted out of doing a year-in recap/goals post this year since it didn’t feel genuine – I haven’t been blogging as much lately, and I didn’t feel like doing that kind of post was being authentic.
So instead…I’m going to talk about my first partnership in 2018, with the Dagoma company and their NEVA 3D printer! I’m using this printer for cosplay, and have it for a month to review how to use it for budget cosplay.
I’ve worked with 3d prints before, but only ones I bought off etsy. I’m a complete novice when it comes to 3d software, but I’m determined to create a few of my own “blueprints” in Tinkercad. I’m primarily going to be working on my McCree cosplay, but will be printing other items, too.
Be sure you’re following me on Instagram and Twitter to see snippets of my 3d printing! Then be sure to watch in February for a blog and 2 vlogs documenting the process (＾▽＾)
Have you ever 3d printed for cosplay? Are there any tips or tricks you can recommend to me?
Tis the season! I’m back with some more free stickers – this time, with a festive holiday theme! These were actually elements of my holiday card last year that I re-purposed this year as stickers.
Theey’re not only great for your planners, but they work well on holiday cards and festive crafts.
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Happy holiday planning! I would love to see how you’re using these :)