Bravely Default cosplays I found at AX before my camera battery died! If you find yourself in here, message me and I’ll credit you!
Ringabel and Edea in the first photo: the fabulous artfulhermescostumes and @arcanecosplay
Edea (2nd photo): hellokyoume
'Red' from Super Giant's Transistor
Nagisa, Haruka, Rin, and Makoto - Free! Iwatobi Swim Club (Ending Desert outfits) at Anime Expo 2014
Nagisa and I met an amazing Haru and Rin pair while at the Free! gathering on Day 2 of AX2014. Afterward we all went to the Cosplay Sets and took these awesome photos. It was so much fun hanging out with you!
Many thanks to Megajosh for snapping these photos with my phone!
It was a ton of fun! Next time we’ll have a Rei with us!!
AH YES OF COURSE THE FEETS.
For reals, all they are are a pair of plat form high heels with the heels cut off.
As you see.
It was absolutely HELL getting the heel off. What I didn’t know was that inside the heel part there’s a really thick gauge steel tube that supports the shoe. I had some help from my grandpa, who has lots o’ power tools, and we ended up using a high powered hand saw, a vice and a pair of heavy duty bolt cutters.
After we sanded down our carnage, I used cardboard and duct tape to make the shape of the hoof, then covered the whole thing with fabric and hot glue. When I wear them, I keep them on with the leather wrappings and walk on my toes. I can walk on the heels for a time, but too much and I have to rewrap everything, which is a pain. It takes practice!!
The bit that’s rounded there, before the hoof begins; that’s the toe of the original heels. So technically my heel is the bit that looks like the extra joint of the goat/sheep/deer/whatever.
Here’s some with the bindings on. It really depends on what the feet look like— if it’s more of a goat/fawn thing, this is a good method, but if it’s more like a wolf, some of the cosplayers in the Fursuit community have some AMAZING tutorials. I’m not into wearing those myself, but you have to admire the craftsmanship on those things!!
I hope this helped a bit!! =3
Awww, thank you!! I actually kinda made it? It’s definitely not one that took to styling easily, so I modified it a TON. I got it at a local costume shop, but it’s pretty much this one here.
Be forewarned, though! This is NOT a nice wig!!
It’s frizzy, shiny as hell, and the wefts are really sparse on the top. I needed something quick though, so I’m modifying this one. The process so far included soaking it in a fabric softener treatment for four days to get the shine off, cutting, teasing and styling, nearly half a can of hairspray and four hours of work. And I’m still not done. There are large chunks in the front where wefts are visible, so I have to make extensions from the leftover hair I cut off, which’ll prolly take me another 3 hours or so.
All in all, I wouldn’t recommend this wig. I’d prolly get one on ebay instead. XD
TEST SHOTS. I was gonna squeeze ‘em in but Tumblr made the thing all dumb apparently. Cant put ‘em side by side without odd squishing anymore?
ANYWAY wig and makeup test so far for Queen Elsa. //SHRUGS
Holy shit. I actually feel pretty accomplished with this one. Not bad for a 15 dollar wig.
I still have work to do— I’m going to attempt to make net weaves with the extra hair I cut off to do her little widows peak in the front and cover up some exposed wefts I couldn’t cover, but wowiee
…oh yeah hey hi there hello I’m kinda back whats up. XD
ps my kitchen is crazy dirty because instead of cleaning it I did cosplay woops DONT LOOK AT IT
Carlos— with glasses and without glasses.
He looks so worried. No, not worried… concerned.
Carlos; Sweet Carlos.
A quick wig/makeup test for Carlos from Welcome to Night Vale. Still need a few things, including a lab coat.