As always~ English is not my native language so you might come across mistakes. My apologies! If anything is unclear feel free to ask me in the comments.
I’m just showing you what works for me and what’s my personal liking. I’m focusing on eye make-up and additional…
Garter belts help keep them up. Sometimes you can just use clasps
(Atticus has experience with a wide variety of things)
This will show you how to make a basic shirt such as this one.
Very image heavy so it’s under a cut
Okay, so I know I said this would be a tutorial, but it’s more of a point of reference for how I made my frog mask for my Zacharie cosplay.
Look under the cut for my process!
Today on Tutorial Tuesday!!
How to make a Generic Cosplay Sword! - by Eressea-sama
This is one of my all time favorite tutorials! It’s super easy and cheap, with a unique idea for making handles — and the quality is AMAZING!!!
Perfect for making detailed, lightweight realistic looking broadswords, generic swords and it even works for daggers and knives!!
You heard right: INVISIBLE SHOES!
A great tutorial on making invisible shoes for all those characters who run around barefoot.
I have been saying for weeks: I cringe whenever I see Jack Frost cosplayers standing bare-foot in the snow, or Rapunzels wandering around convention floors or gravel roads in bare feet, and so on.
This is the answer.
Hey, I know these ladies! And they rock. :D
Here you go, anon! The specific animal I’m going for here is a Black Welsh Mountain Ram, but you can modify this look to fit your hair/wig color and animal preference! This is definitely not the most impressive cosmetic work for fauns, nor is it completely my original idea, but I hope you found it helpful. Enjoy~
TUTORIAL!! Cheap & Easy Wig Stand!
There are long neck mannequins you can buy, but
- the longest i’ve seen is only 20in (about 50cm)
- they’re DEFINITELY not sturdy enough! wig heads are light and fall all over the place without the ridiculously long neck, and their bases are never wide enough to stay still properly
- there are clamps and suctioning stands but you can’t guarantee that you’re always gonna have a surface to stick/clamp it too, especially if you’re working outside (for example bc you’re spray dyeing and you don’t want to do it inside).
- THE PRICE. in total, i spent about $20. Some wig heads are cheaper, but for the sturdiness and the height (and the tool that you will definitely reuse if you do any prop work), I think it’s definitely worth it.
- it took me 20 minutes to make. seriously.
Read on for materials, tools, and my process (picture heavy)