Zelda Hyrule warriors cosplay: the skirt!
Hi there! Tonight, I finally started the delicate processus of dyeing Zelda’s skirt. It’s a new technique for me: I knew how to dye fabrics but not how to create multicolor degrade dye. Zelda’s skirt goes from light powder rose to a more intense fuchsia color in the bottom. Choosing the materials was easy but
The fabric search!
Tadaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! I’ve been wandering for weeks through fabrics shops to find the perfect fabric for my cosplay projets , with no luck in sight until last week. Here are the keywords I used for this search mission – heavy opaque fabric (no less than 150g/meter) – an elegant shining (not ultra shiny like sateen nor
2015 has come with its endless litanies of half aborted resolutions which will soon end in bins. Hoping to break this tradition, let’s try to find some semi reliable ideas. 1. The anger I will resist. NO COMMENT, ok? 2.Sport I will do again. Major back and knees problems kept me away from sports for
Saber Lily armor: the boots and the sword
I have made some progress in my armor making! One boot is 90% done: I just have to glue a decoration in the front and to fix together the knee and leg part, then it’s primer and guilding wax! The other boot parts aree put together. I need to add the front decorations (I made
Saber Lily armor: the painting
I have ended the painting of the bracers and plastron armor! Guilding was is awesome to use: clean, easy and quick painting! The plastron is also easy to put on: One underarm hides a simple fixation. Yes, there are some bumbs remaining on the armor. Despite all my efforts, worbla is not a magical material,