nagisaamomoe:

mariowiki:

Someone took pictures of us sticking boob inserts onto our hotel window then driving over them with a Donkey Kong monster truck

never let this die

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ask-blueb100d-equius-zahhak:

(Sorry for the absence ;w; My final is done in a week then I’ll come back to update! Thank you my followers! ;w; Have a crappy fem!Equius cosplay of me if this crappy thing can be considered as a cosplay… T_T)

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kamisamafr:

Link - Goron Suit The Legend Of Zelda : Ocarina of Time

kamisamafr:

Link - Goron Suit
The Legend Of Zelda : Ocarina of Time

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slightly-bovverd:

My first Best Master award!


oh wow i kinda want to win that one now

slightly-bovverd:

My first Best Master award!

oh wow i kinda want to win that one now

commandertir:

Always lots of fun and wonderful people too, subscribe to Commander Tyr on YouTube to watch Sakuracon videos!

theexternalautomatedtruth:

I’m getting closer

nice clean darting :) GL

theexternalautomatedtruth:

I’m getting closer

nice clean darting :) GL

trichro:

Due to Popular request I’ve finally got around to making the tutorial for how we made the open front petticoats for Goddess Madoka and Walpurgisnacht. Now, before I get into the details about the making process let me give you a little behind the scenes; When I first set about to making the pair of costumes I had no idea how to do the open front, nor had I seen any tutorials online on how to do this except from making your own cage, which I didn’t have the ability to do in our house. So- The process I used was one based on trial and error; Madoka’s petticoat was the one I made first, and Walpurgis’ was the one I made for the tutorial.
Now! On to the Tutorial! You can find the details under the cut—-
Difficulty Rating: ★★ - Basic techniques that can be perfected over time
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trichro:

Due to Popular request I’ve finally got around to making the tutorial for how we made the open front petticoats for Goddess Madoka and Walpurgisnacht. Now, before I get into the details about the making process let me give you a little behind the scenes; When I first set about to making the pair of costumes I had no idea how to do the open front, nor had I seen any tutorials online on how to do this except from making your own cage, which I didn’t have the ability to do in our house. So- The process I used was one based on trial and error; Madoka’s petticoat was the one I made first, and Walpurgis’ was the one I made for the tutorial.

Now! On to the Tutorial! You can find the details under the cut—-

Difficulty Rating:  - Basic techniques that can be perfected over time

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Reblogged from Amandayahh

yaexrae:

For my god tier Kanaya cosplay, I wanted to make her wings look like slightly translucent moth wings, and for a long time I was stumped on how to do this.  I ended up choosing tracing vellum as the main material for the wings due to its translucency and its ability to be painted.  I was really nervous about making my wings out of what is essentially tracing paper, and I didn’t want to post a tutorial on how I made them if they were too fragile and impossible to maintain.  But they’ve currently been able to survive two major conventions with minimal wear and tear, as well as some cat stampede incidents while being laid out on the floor. 

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