I don’t know what I enjoyed more: Holdo’s character, or how much Holdo’s character made a lot of Star Wars fanboys mad. I thought she was a wonderful addition to the Star Wars universe, and I loved her and Leia together!
I loved making this, I made a matching one for a great friend to wear with me, and since then I’ve made a lot of them on commission! I hand dyed and styled myself. These pics are by Rob Somers Photography!
I love wearing this so much, WILL be shooting lots more!
Yup, another Ryoko costume! Can you tell how much I love this girl?
This is her battlesuit, I had wanted to make it for a long time but those shoulders are impossible and always scared me away. I just went with simple mutton shoulder patterns for this suit, and was really happy with the result!
I hope to get a lot more photos of this, this summer! These pics are by Rob Somers Photography taken at Katsucon 2018!
These pics were taken by Rob Somers photo, my friend Krys came for a visit and we finally got together to shoot Ryoko and Nagi together! We’ve been wanting to do this shoot for almost 10 years, it was so much fun to finally make it happen!!
This is not my first version of Ryoko, may not be my last. I love her so much.
Whelp, it’s been a while since I’ve updated, but I moved over 1000 miles so I have an excuse! BUT I have lots of costumes to update with, I went to a convention and have been very busy sewing! Lots more soon!
Since I did a Spring Fawn, I had wanted to do a Winter fawn for a long time, but waited until I had a design come to mind I really wanted to do. This one was made of a base of thick non-sheen bridal satin, with layers and layers of yards of chiffon. The gold sequin was applique I pieced together and hand sewed on, the bodice laces up the back for the best fit. All of these photos were taken by Rob Somers!
This one was just a fun project! A friend of mine designed My Little Pony bunnygirls…I love Queen Chrysalis so much I made my own Chryssi bunnygirl, but then wasn’t able to go to the convention to see the group. Still, I liked the outcome, it matches the gown I made for Chryssi!
A friend of mine sent me Sideshow’s He-Man collection online, and as soon as I saw Evil Lyn I knew I had to make her. Her design is SO GOOD, they did such a good job re-imagining her!!!
Unfortunately I decided it was time to make her one month before DragonCon. I spent my evenings and weekends banging this out! It’s a mix of foam, thibra, and worbla for the armor parts. I only changed one or two very minor things I didn’t like on the design, I’m super happy with it!
For the back I used temporary tattoos, I have how-tos available on my 100% free Patreon, should you want to make your own!
I got some great photos at DragonCon, then set up a private shoot with RobbyIdol where we did our best to recreate dramatic lighting like the figure has in the official Sideshow pics. I’m really stoked about the results!!
I thought this was the coolest original take on Elsa I had ever seen, it was done by the artist Zeronis.
I made it in 2016, and decided I hated it on me. I put it away for almost a year, then found it again. I knew I wasn’t ever going to wear it to a convention, but I decided to at least try to take some pics privately to show I made it.
I set up all kinds of lighting in my spare room and got this image, then added snow and the little gem thingy with photoshop. Photoshop hates me now and we broke up, but I have one image for the result, at least to prove I made it! 😉
Right after the pics, I put this in the garbage. BYE!!