Hey everyone! Today I have something exciting and new for you! After posting mainly cosplay tutorials, pictures and updates… it’s time to introduce you to a new series on my blog: Cosplay Reviews!
I had the chance to review a costume from cosplaysky.ca and I decided to go with their Kikyo Cosplay.
After they received my measurements the costume got custom-made and then sent to me. The paket arrived the day I drove to denmark. I missed it a few hours. Yay me for the best timing ever! The paket itself was waterproof, which I really liked. Inside of it was a ziplock bag, which makes it easier for me to store:
The costume consists of three parts: the top, the pants and the bow.
The top is made out of light and seethrough cotton fabric. The pants and the red parts in general are made out of polyester. I personally don’t like polyester and sheer cotton that much, but it suits Kikyo’s outfit – and on top of that: fabric with higher quality would lead to a higher price. All seams were sewn and secured with a serger. The first fitting test surprised me. It fit really well, better than expected.
Hey everyone! Today I have a short life update for you!
After all the stress I had lately I can finally say…. I finished university!
My bachelors thesis is handed in and I’m waiting for my last and final grade as well as my certification.
As soon as I have this document I officially have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Asien Studies and Japanese.
I still remember graduating from school… wow. Time sure flies, don’t you think?
Graduation Robe, June 30th 2017
But that’s not everything, I have even more to say! I’m currently in denmark for vacation. Time to relax! :D
And even better: After my vacation I will prepare myself for something new. Something I wanted to do in the future and I will be able to do sooner than expected. Something I really love. A wish come true!
After all the work and effort I put into my Elsa Ballgown I really loved wearing it. I love the wig and the skirts! The only thing I didn’t like that much were the shoes. They look amazing, but I hadn’t had the time to learn walking in them. This is something I will definately do for the next time! And yes, I am planning on wearing her again sometime soon – we don’t have a specific date yet, we just know we want to photoshoot these costumes again!
If you haven’t seen my Making Ofs of this costume and you want to know how I created it, feel free to take a look at the following links:
Part 1: Wig
Part 2: Corset
Part 3: Skirts
Part 4: Shoes and Make Up
Part 5: Stola and Bag
Without further ado, here are some of my favourite cosplay pictures of this costume:
Photographer: Jurai, may 2015; Collage Editing: Nikasparkle
My awesome King Frost (Jack Frost) from Rise of the Guardian
is my dear friend “Sorasparkle”! (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook) <3
Long time no read!
Sorry for the lack of posting or editing anything on my blog these last months.
Right now I’m in the middle of graduating from university. In less than 2 months from now on I need to pass one oral test as well as 2 exams. I also need to finish my bachelor’s thesis. Hopefully I get everything done and accomplished!
If everything goes according to plan I will be one week in denmark at the beginning of september and I will have a lot more time to get my blog updated and work on costumes afterwards (at least as long as I don’t have a job yet).
Also the “Connichi” is coming up in the middle of september and I plan on attending this German convention! <3
And finally here is another part of my Elsa Ballgown series.
If you haven’t read the other parts, be sure to check them out right here.
The dress itself was ready by now, but since I didn’t want to get into the ballroom with my big convention-bag, I wanted to make a fitting one for my dress. So I started to design my bag and get the measurements I wanted according to the fabric and accessories I had bought for this or at hand.
Also, on a sidenote: I will never use panne velvet for anything again.
So I started with the lining and the side parts to get the size and lenght correctly. My cat was a huge helper here while elaborating the strings.
Meow. Looking good.
Guess what? We had a #Digifection Cosplay Photoshooting on the weekend of the 18th and 19th of march and I got the chance to take some videos for a behind the scenes video, just like the last one (althought this time I have more actual material). You can check it out here:
Here is again a link (click) if it somehow doesn’t work.
Our Sora also made a Tumblr just for our group. Check it out here: Digifection.
I want to add some finished and edited pictures into the real behind the scenes video, so it will at least take as long as the pictures take. After that I need to edit the video, so maybe in a month or two I will have the final version ready. You’ll get notified here (or you can just subscribe to my YouTube Channel, there is a lot more cosplay content going to come very soon. Hohoho).
I will also write a bit more about my experience and our activities of this weekend in the blogpost for the full video.
See you next time and thank you for watching.
Welcome to a new Making Of – Series. Yes, I know, I haven’t even finished the started ones, but I like to have some variety… So today I will start with the Wig, Make Up and the DigiVices I made for my Hikari Yagami Cosplay from the anime series Digimon Adventure Tri.
For all of you who don’t know what she/her outfit looks like:
As you probably can tell she has a school uniform. She is in middle school and wears a winter- and summeruniform and as much as I love Hikari – you should know – I will sew both. Well, at this point the winter uniform is finished.
Since I am going over things that took a long while (I did take a lot of progress pictures!) this post will be rather long. Be prepared for text. Warning over. Without further ado, let’s get started:
So to get started, what do I need? A wig, some basic make up and some basic DigiVices.