Lady Nightwing Cosplay / Dick Grayson or should I say Dixie Grayson > (DC) Batman Arkham City Version Photography by Long Vo Armor: Aluminum and Carbon Fiber/ Bodysuit: Polyurethane stretch fabric / fake leather /foam & latex
More details on how I made this cosplay soon in my blog post for NYCC!
I remember when the Ame Comi line of DC figures came out I adored them all! I especially loved the first version of Catwoman they had, but wasn't able to cosplay it. However, when the second version came out, I fell in love! I collected back issues of Catwoman when Jim Balent was the artist and appreciated that the Ame Comi artist used the original color purple in the figure.
Catwoman Costume: Top down....The wig is a pixie cut one from a previous cosplay. I created the blue clip in weft myself to resemble the figurine. The cap was drafted from a tutorial I found on the Red Headed Seamstresses website ([link]). The bodysuit was made with Stretch and Sew pattern f845 from metallic styled stretch fabric I ordered online. I free drafted the belts and stitched them on. The zipper had the cloth sides trimmed off and was stitched on-it's non functional. The neck has snaps on the back that allow me in/out of the costume. The gloves were from Vogue Pattern 7949-adjust accordingly, it's for people with small twig arms! The boots were made from Sarcasm-hime's tutorial at: ([link]) I glued on a silver strip on the boot to resemble the zipper....that was just a tad too complex for me to do!
I love how close to the figure I got! Although I had limited time, it came together quickly and rekindled my love for cosplay! If Ame Comi continues to make these beautiful figurines, I may have to do more of their cosplays!
AHHHHH so happy to finally do Selina!!! She's one of my absolute favorite comic book gals, I've basically wanted to be her since I was a little girl.
My costume is based on the Kotobukiya Bishojou statue! Made my body suit out of 4 way stretch vinyl, made my belt, my gloves, painted and sharpened nails to put on my gloves to look more cat like, made my hood which I topstiched and my boots, and bought a pair of goggles which I added model magic to to create the little cat ears! I'm so happy with how this entire costume turned out, and that I finally made catwoman! Now that I have the body suit I'm definitely going to do more versions of her~