This is an Arkham City Catwoman costume costume that I made! It was definitely one of the most difficult costumes I've ever created. The bodysuit and cowl are made out of a custom printed fabric (designed by D. Dunbar, printed by Spoonflower), rubbery coated spandex, and black leather. I also made some kitty claws out of veg tanned leather.
Costume made by me ([link]) Silver bits and goggles by D. Dunbar Cat ears by Yaya Han ([link]) Photo by Bryan Humphrey ([link])
I simply can't contain my excitement anymore, as the calendars are at the printers right now!
This is my 3rd annual calendar, and I worked super hard on it between Heroes of Cosplay filming, traveling, cons, my comic book... Just... a lot has happened in 2014 already, and it was very important to me to keep up the production quality and elegant look of the 2015 calendar!
This one is being printed on thicker paper, and of course all of the images are exclusive to the calendar, meaning you will not find them as prints anywhere. I pay all of my photographers, graphic designer, and printer, so this is really a self-produced project coming directly from me to you. Most of the photos in the calendar were shot specifically for it, too!
And the first 300 orders will receive a Bonus print of my Heartseeker Ashe cosplay FOR FREE! You guys bowled me over with Heartseeker print requests since I debuted the costume, so I wanted the first print to be a gift and Thank You for all the support you've given me!
And of course, as always, shipping within the USA is FREE, and I will also gladly ship anywhere in the world.
(Cover design by Benni of Kamui Cosplay magic team, photo by Anna Cosplay Photography, costume made by Yaya Han)
This is how Pillow fights go down in Asgard. There are sharp things involved.
Costume of Loki I(Female version) by me! Costume of Sif made and worn by Photo by Brian Boling
Yaya and I thought it would be fun to do a photoshoot of Sif and Loki, in the hot as Balls summer of Georgia. This is the first time we have ever shot together, other than sweating my horns off, it was fun.
Also For those who don't know, female Loki is an actually character in Thor books by J. Michael Stracyzinski and artist Olivier Coipel. Its amazing go read it NOWNOWNOW! or I will ban you from my page, for reals.
Made this for Anime Expo Last month. It is an original character design. A break down of the outfit: Circlet: nonconformity777.deviantart.co… Elf Ears: nonconformity777.deviantart.co… Corset: nonconformity777.deviantart.co… Staff: Handmade with a copper pipe and a blank Christmas ornament which was painted with brass guilder's paste Pouch: Leather pouch which snaps onto the corset. Made with the same leather to match corset Sleeves: Elastic sleeves which are open in the back for easy movement Potion Bottle: Uses same brown leather as corset and also snaps onto corset Skirt: Original Design. Took about 2 days to make. Partially hand sewn and mostly machine sewn Thigh Highs: Modified with lace Shoes: Modified with copper wire and guilder's paste.
I wanted to make a steampunk costume that was comfy to wear, so I created this outfit with a bellydance pattern last week just in time for Anachrocon! I love harem pants! They are so comfy and super easy to make. <3
Lindsay and I were sales assistants at Anachrocon for Thomas of Brute Force Leather, so he put this gorgeous leather corset on me to complete the outfit.
finally my finished steampunk cosplay! *O* u can't see every detail and accessory of the cosplay on this picture. but i like this picture really REALLY much! *_____* and yes i changed the hairstyle. mainly because i wanted to wear a small steampunk hairpin. ^^ ('cause in movies female thieves always can open things with a small hairpin. XD)