Elsa cape tutorial Overlay I will have it done by April 25th, Sorry guys I’m putting together 2 new cosplays for this weekend, once the Convention is done I’ll finally have time to do it, so don’t lose hope I have not forgotten about you Frozen Friends!
rockandrofl asked: Hi, I love your blog! I'm super new to cosplaying but really want to make a wonder woman costume and wondered if you'd do some sort of tutorial or give me some advice? Thanks :)
Aw thank-you!! :D I’m excited to post more pictures. I would start by figuring out what version of wonder woman you would like to do. Gladiator, traditional or a specific animated design. (Personally I really like the Justice league War design) I decided to do my own gladiator like design. Wonder Woman is pretty bad-ass. Once you have a design in mind think about what materials you are going to use. Traditional version of her would be quite easy to make cheaply, gladiator version is more expensive. I was able to find discount material for my costume so I was lucky in that regard. I’ll post some work in progress photos and do a write up on materials and such soon :) You should look into Worbla. its a thermo plastic material I used for the bracers and the other armor accents search youtube. Its expensive but man is it fun. you can buy it at Cosplaysupplies.com I hope this helps! Check back for the inprogress photos/ a write up.
I’m really excited, I had another Elsa photo shoot last Saturday, I was able to re-style my coronation wig and fix the trim on my dress. So I cant wait to show you guys the pictures!
Anonymous asked: Hi! First I want to say that I'm very impressed by your Elsa costume, it is really beautiful! I'm actually making one for myself and I just wanted to know if you could show a tutorial for the overlay of the cape pleeease? Thank you =) Cheers. Léa
Thank-you so much ^^ I’m glad people are liking my costume. Yup! I will get right to it a lot of people have been requesting one its actually quite simple I’ve just been really busy with work and tutorials tend to take about 2-3 hours to type up/ illustrate, but I will get on it as soon as possible. hopefully within the week.