So decided to show how my wings are attached to the costume. theres no wire coat hanger as a brace, No ribbon ties at your armpits, and no corset method! But what you will need is a bra with removable straps and clear bra straps!
Lets get started!
1) & 2) Okay! so you have your bra! Remove the straps from the bra! that simple!
3) Now take your straps and adjust them to your preference. Now i got mine from Joann craft and Fabric for $6 but you can basically find them anywhere. preferably go for the plain ones for this method.
4) Now hook the straps to the bra loops in the front but leave the back for now a moment!
5) Now on the back of my wing base, i have 3 short strips of ribbon tacked down 3 side by side. you need these for the back portion of the straps.
6) thread the straps through the ribbon loops and clip the bra in place.
7) now just clasp on your bra! Preferably have a friend help you shimmy into it and then adjust the wings. if theyre too high or low just pull them up or down gently until theyre at the height you want and theyre straightened out.
8) Put on your blouse and once again, preferably have a friend help you out otherwise your arms look like chicken wings and they will cramp!
And there you have it!! comfy wings without that annoying harness! Happy cosplaying loves!
and for the wings, i followed this tutorial —-> http://flying-fox.deviantart.com/art/Fantasy-Film-Wing-Tutorial-335885504
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Bustle skirt tutorial by Becca K. on Cut out & Keep
Click the link on how to make this amazing bustle skirt!
**Tutorial: Constructing a Wig Box**
See this tutorial here!
Since I finally made my 3rd box, I thought it was time to put a nice tutorial all together for you guys. These wig boxes are meant to use leftovers around the cosplay room, as well as make a nice and cheap way to keep your more sensitive wigs safe and sound.
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PvP Cosplay Presents: How to Worbla There are many tutorials on how to do it and now I wanted to share my own. A few have asked me about it, so now I share. …
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Frozen’s Princess Anna Embroidery References (Color)
This is for INDIVIDUAL use only. Please do not redistribute without linking back to the originals, and do not remove watermarks and credits. You may use this for any recreational crafting purposes, such as a tracing guide for embroidering on Anna cosplays or costumes. DO NOT adapt these images and insert them into your own art images, tutorials, etc. without prior permission, thanks!
Most of these designs are Disney Animation’s creative property, and I do not claim to have designed them (there are a few exceptions in which I designed my own original interpretations, such as on the back bodice). All I have done is rendered them for reference on use of my Anna cosplay, and now I am sharing them with you all. =)
Items are not necessarily to scale (it depends on what you intend to put it on), so if using for embroidery, be sure to check your scale! ;D
This Vine gives me life
I’m reblogging this again, because this gives me life and a will to live even in the darkest hours.
I apologize in advance for the fact this *isn’t* a tutorial, but I’ve been collecting the best Attack on Titan // 3D Maneuver Gear references I can, and I know my followers will find them useful :)
If you guys like this, I’ll post more!