Sorry for the lack of updates, here’s a post of some of the things I am working on!
-Still trucking along on shoomlah’s Maleficent, finished 75% of the dress (including those effing dagged sleeves), and almost done hand-embroidering one dragon (sob).
-Finished a sculpt of Majora’s Mask! Currently molding, I’m doing a short cast run soon.
-Played and finished Transistor, love it, currently vectoring a
poor parody Klimt-Kiss-inspired piece to submit to the Otakon Art Show!
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!
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
Oh my fuck these are amazing
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
Been a little afk working on freelance and some busy stuff at my workplace! Here’s an amazingly appropriate picture of my Ravio taken by Nicole at Krys’s cabin last month!