>>8988177 >>8988173 Sorry gulls, I tried to delete and remake but it wouldn't let me. It was just the first image I got when I googled "indie jewelry" because I thought it would be conceited to start a thread with my own piece.
If it's that egregious, maybe the janitor can nuke it and someone else can start a new thread.
And speaking of Outlander: good god, the nipple dress. How long before someone tries to cosplay it...?
I know it's from the book but I wish they stuck more to the book description (in the books there are pearls covering the nipples themselves to hide that they are inverted) even though the book version is still far too risque for regular court.
Is this the latest trend in cosplay photography? Shooting parts of the person now, instead of what is considered a portrait or full-body shot of the cosplayer? Am I missing something, because I see these shots posted, and I'm like, "What's going on?"
I can understand showing off details in 1-2 photos, but zero full body shots or at least a medium shot?
>>9077864 Two days straight the entire time. >tfw arrows I made fit perfectly inside the quiver box Wish I would have realized this before I went out and tried to make a box for the arrows via 10"x10" box and wrapping paper tube. Oh well
Never been to a con of this size, nowhere near. I go to local anime cons but even at those all I can say is you can never have enough spending money. I don't care if you have to whore yourself out on the street, bring as much money as you can.
Please stay cool Please take it easy Please drink lots of water Please do not die of heatstroke or heat exhaustion or anything of that nature Please take frequent breaks, especially if you're in a cosplay Please do not stay in said cosplays longer than necessary. Stay comfortable and cool Please take care of yourselves
Love, A seagull who loves you other seagulls very much and wants everyone to have a great time despite the hellish SoCal heat
I love giving panels and being the attention whore that I am I double love it when I get big crowds. One thing I've noticed is that panels in general have a hard time building an audience. What I mean by this is that your numbers highly fluctuate with each con and you can fill house at one show but then get pitiful numbers in another only fill up seats again. It's vary rare that a panel can build its numbers up from con to con. Sure you can advertise at the con and on social media but it seems your at the mercy of the attendees. Even if you promote AND do a good panel,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Well what kind of panel are you running? Is it fandom specific? Niche? I've done a panel on speedruns that got 20 people and I've done a Homestuck panel that filled a 200 person theatre. A lot of it depends on what your panel is
So we all have donated some blood sweat tears and endless amounts of pain to our hobby. Cosplay is no easy task.
What are your horror stories /cgl/? What flesh have you accidentally donated to the cosplay gods?
I myself just turned accidentally turned some of the detailing on my hand sewing red with an over enthusiastic jab through the fabric straight into my finger. Good times. And by that I mean I'm crying.
I've thankfully never stabbed myself, but I have wedged my finger between the foot and the fabric and accidentally stepped on the pedal. Luckily my finger wasn't in the middle but from now on I move my pedal over to the side when I have to fiddle with the needle. Shit's dangerous if you're not aware.
I also have a fear of having the needles in my mouth and inhaling them into my windpipe. Heard about people doing that with toothpicks and now I don't even use them.
Oh man. So one week before a con and I'm freaking out trying to style my wig. I'm using a hair straitener and for some reason I put it on the floor and get up on the bed to check my refrence photos. I go to get off the bed to get back to work and manage to step into the hair straightener and get it clamped onto my heel! It burned the flesh off of both sides of my foot by the time I got it off. It was agonizing and by far my stupidest cosplay mishap.
This wasn't me, but one of my friends had a corset on and she had it on TIGHT. The girl could hardly sit down and could barely breathe. I told her to loosen it up but the sacrifices we make for cosplay, right? She just barely made it the whole day but as we were walking out of the con she passed out. Fun times,
First time poster on this thread but I figured this would be the best place to ask. I've heard of a lot of good things involving using expanding foam to create props. Since I need just a basic shovel prop, I was planning on using a pvc pipe for the main shaft and expanding foam method on the actual metal pars (the handle and shovel head)
>start making jewelry >start off with pokemon, then move onto more kawaii shit >interested in branching out into gurokawa/menhera >friend's baby died a while back, offered to make her a birthstone necklace in memory >friend runs a non-profit, does bereavement photography >friend actually offers to buy matching mommy/baby jewelry in bulk so that she can hand them out in kits to mourning... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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