Last night I drew a funny man

I get drunk on creative impulses and need a place to vomit it on

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thatclown asked: hey do you ever plan on making more amon masks? they look amazing and i'd really like to buy one!

Hello! No, I’m afraid not, I’m sorry! I sent off my last one today. I made a limited run for a year and it was a lot of work so I’m finished. I have a friend named Kommissar Props that makes a killer Amon mask, if you’re looking for a replica.

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Sent off my Amon costume and my last Amon mask to buyers today, thanks to everyone that liked, reblogged, bought a mask, etc! While sometimes the attention was overwhelming, I’m grateful to have the audience that I do! Keep posted for other masked cosplays in the near future!

Photo by Nicole!

Sent off my Amon costume and my last Amon mask to buyers today, thanks to everyone that liked, reblogged, bought a mask, etc! While sometimes the attention was overwhelming, I’m grateful to have the audience that I do! Keep posted for other masked cosplays in the near future!

Photo by Nicole!

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coeykuhn:

I decided to combine my intense feelings for Monster Hunter Ultimate’s monster icons and the amazing designs of  Puella Magi Madoka witches into a series of collectable stickers for the magic girls among us > v > think of them as merit badges? If merit badges are gained from murdering the poor tortured souls of those you once called friends. Am I right?!
On our etsy as a poster or sticker set! Check em out! :D 

I can never decide if Oktavia or Homulilly are my fav witches tho. So lovely. All of them T A T <333333

-COEY!
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Oh my fuck these are amazing

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sugarpoultry:

Reference image of the original mask Valka (Hiccup’s mother) wears: sta.sh/01fohnw476y2 
Finally done! This helmet alone took almost an entire large sheet of worbla and 4 weeks of work, off and on. Probably over 15 hours total. This was hard because there are very limited images of her helmet since the movie JUST came out. I was at the mercy of screen caps and trailer clips, hoping to get an idea of what it looked like all the way around. This is as accurate as I can get it, and I think I did a pretty good job. She only wears it twice during the movie, and as much as I love her other outfits, this outfit screamed bad a$$ to me! ;)
This was also my first time working with worbla. That stuff is WAY fun and simple to use! Expensive, but worth it. Definitely my favorite medium. I used hot glue to give the gritty texture, mod podge as a primer, and krylon matte finish spray paint to seal the acrylic paint in. The eyes are made with the same stuff I used for my wolf masks, a thin brown fabric where I can see out but you can’t see in, and the slits give me just enough clear vision so I don’t see foggy. 
I hope to debut the entire Valka cosplay at Salt Lake Comic Con this September. :) More pics when the full outfit gets done!

This is perfect, love the texture

sugarpoultry:

Reference image of the original mask Valka (Hiccup’s mother) wears: sta.sh/01fohnw476y2 

Finally done! This helmet alone took almost an entire large sheet of worbla and 4 weeks of work, off and on. Probably over 15 hours total. This was hard because there are very limited images of her helmet since the movie JUST came out. I was at the mercy of screen caps and trailer clips, hoping to get an idea of what it looked like all the way around. This is as accurate as I can get it, and I think I did a pretty good job. She only wears it twice during the movie, and as much as I love her other outfits, this outfit screamed bad a$$ to me! ;)

This was also my first time working with worbla. That stuff is WAY fun and simple to use! Expensive, but worth it. Definitely my favorite medium. I used hot glue to give the gritty texture, mod podge as a primer, and krylon matte finish spray paint to seal the acrylic paint in. The eyes are made with the same stuff I used for my wolf masks, a thin brown fabric where I can see out but you can’t see in, and the slits give me just enough clear vision so I don’t see foggy. 

I hope to debut the entire Valka cosplay at Salt Lake Comic Con this September. :) More pics when the full outfit gets done!

This is perfect, love the texture

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silentsherlock asked: hi! i was planning on making a corvo cosplay for a con coming up in january and i while searching for references, your cosplay stood out the most (it really looks fantastic!) and looked the most well made. might i ask what fabric you used for the outfit?

Oh wow, really? Thank you!

I used a dark blue cotton twill, it’s my go-to fabric for all coats, lovely texture, easy to iron, and great weight! You can find that twill at most Joann’s in basic colors.

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nicoleciaramella:

This weekend I went to a cabin in NY and had a cosplay/photography/food/bonfire getaway with my best pals. Some of them decided to brilliantly up their game and give the world this golden group of Party Four Swords Links.

Blue: DreamlandteaRed: RobtachiPurple: Dr_TengGreen: Stardustshadow

More on the way soon.


I love it when posts of my friends show up on people&#8217;s feeds that don&#8217;t know them at all

nicoleciaramella:

This weekend I went to a cabin in NY and had a cosplay/photography/food/bonfire getaway with my best pals. Some of them decided to brilliantly up their game and give the world this golden group of Party Four Swords Links.

More on the way soon.

I love it when posts of my friends show up on people’s feeds that don’t know them at all

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