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This is Tarte's cosplay blog! This is her regular blog.
You'll find on this blog an assortment of Tarte's costumes, WIP shots, and reblogged tutorials that may be helpful! If you have any questions about props, wigs, etc., I'd be happy to answer.
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How to: Wig Coloring with the Sharpie Dye Method
Learn how to color your EpicCosplay wig with sharpies!
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Had a little RinHaru shoot yesterday with brakes and Cheryl…! Here’s a preview before I get down to editing all the photos.
fav person of the day
because actually helping people with cosplay emergencies!
literally the most important man at supanova this year
he gave me double sided tape
what a good human being
petition to have a designated Captain Patch-It at all cons from now on.
Every con needs a squad of these guys.
We have a con coming up in Australia, and one of my friends couldn’t get a cosplay done in time. But he put this together.
He made a “cosplay superhero” called Captain Patch-It (sometimes lovingly refered to as “the Fairy Cosmother”), and his costume consists of anything and everything you can think of in case someone has an accident or malfunction with their cosplay. He’s an awesome guy.
I thought everyone would like to see his idea
I WANT TO DO THIS
I wanted to do the same thing and be Dr.Cosplay MD. Mad respect ^_^
Oh goodness, thank you so much!! I hope you don’t mind me publishing this but sometimes asks get lost, so! wintrsldier
Alright, for the arm: what I did was actually pretty close to this armsock tutorial, except I made the arm from scratch with some stretchy silver spandex. If you want the arm to look more like the movie, then what you can do is adjust the design and the lines to adhere more closely to the film!
Really, the only problem you’re going to run into is wrinkles in the arm itself when you bend it this way or that. I ran into this a lot when we were doing the shoot with my friend, because I’d worn the arm all day at NYCC and it had since stretched out (the cold also didn’t help the spandex, since metallic stretch fabrics aren’t as stretchy as plain stretch fabrics, depending on the kind you get). I think if you make some fake muscles to stuff the arm, there will be less problems with wrinkles, but I haven’t tried that yet!
I would also recommend taking a look at this tutorial, which I meant to use to make a new arm before the Winter Soldier premiere but didn’t get around to @A@ This lovely person also has a pretty good Winter Soldier arm build documented!
I hope this is all helpful!
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