How To Build Your Own HALO Outfit… omg I want this
THIS IS GOING TO BE IMMENSELY HELPFUL
HOLY SHIT, ATTENTION ALL COSPLAYERS.c
oh, hey, we didn’t have a tutorial last tuesday because I’m a dumb and I put this one to post on 4/23/2012 and tumblr didn’t know what I wanted. OOps.
The sound I made was inhuman.
Your coffee table is bored…brighten it up and coast into DIY epicness.
Find out how on the Sharpie blog!
I’m going to make a Crinoline petticoat, and it’ll be rainbow, because I’ve always wanted one so I’m going to make one.
By Jonathan Shackleton.
This is on of my absolute favorite tutorials, and I can’t believe I haven’t posted this yet… I’ve used this method hundreds of times (okay, maybe 3-4), but it works flawlessly every time.
This method creates beautiful armor pieces on the cheap, but they still look amazing. This is one of those cosplay-life-changers!
Check out the full tutorial here
THIS IS THE TUTORIAL THAT TAUGHT ME HOW TO MAKE CRAFT FOAM ARMOR.
Kanzashi by Sakae
Gorgeous, though I dunno what the fuck they’re made of.
OH MY GOSH. Help. This just what I needed to help me figure out what I need to do for BirdFolk and dinosaur heads. YES. I never thought of cardboard over the mesh. Sheeesh!
I’ve never used paper mâché in proper mask building but holy shit yes everybody should use plastic mesh. You can attach it with just about anything and you can attach just about anything to it, and the best part is you can see through it so if you’re building something on your own head you can actually see what you’re doing in real time.