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Finally had a chance to meet and work with the awesome *yayacosplay!
She is probably one of the most professional cosplayer I ever worked with. The poses, attitude, costume, and of course a very friendly person to work with too!

Though due to a very limited time (from her tight schedule) to pull her out for a mini-shoot from the convention, I really appreciate and honored to get this chance to work with her!

Truly hope to have a chance to do a proper photoshoot with her in future! :D

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Catwoman
:iconyayacosplay:

Series: Batman: Arkham City @ ICDS 2012
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Finally had a chance to meet and work with the awesome *yayacosplay!
She is probably one of the most professional cosplayer I ever worked with. The poses, attitude, costume, and of course a very friendly person to work with too!

Though due to a very limited time (from her tight schedule) to pull her out for a mini-shoot from the convention, I really appreciate and honored to get this chance to work with her!

Truly hope to have a chance to do a proper photoshoot with her in future! :D

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Photography
:iconshiroang:

Photography Assistants:
:iconnaxhis: :iconrainer-t: :iconrieyn:

Post-processing
:iconshiroang: :iconshuichimeryl:

Catwoman
:iconyayacosplay:

Series: Batman: Arkham City @ ICDS 2012
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Finally had a chance to meet and work with the awesome *yayacosplay!
She is probably one of the most professional cosplayer I ever worked with. The poses, attitude, costume, and of course a very friendly person to work with too!

Though due to a very limited time (from her tight schedule) to pull her out for a mini-shoot from the convention, I really appreciate and honored to get this chance to work with her!

Truly hope to have a chance to do a proper photoshoot with her in future! :D

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Photography
:iconshiroang:

Photography Assistants:
:iconnaxhis: :iconrainer-t: :iconrieyn:

Post-processing
:iconshiroang: :iconshuichimeryl:

Catwoman
:iconyayacosplay:

Series: Batman: Arkham City @ ICDS 2012
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Finally had a chance to meet and work with the awesome *yayacosplay!
She is probably one of the most professional cosplayer I ever worked with. The poses, attitude, costume, and of course a very friendly person to work with too!

Though due to a very limited time (from her tight schedule) to pull her out for a mini-shoot from the convention, I really appreciate and honored to get this chance to work with her!

Truly hope to have a chance to do a proper photoshoot with her in future! :D

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Photography
:iconshiroang:

Photography Assistants:
:iconnaxhis: :iconrainer-t: :iconrieyn:

Post-processing
:iconshiroang: :iconshuichimeryl:

Catwoman (Arkham City ver.)
:iconyayacosplay:

Penguin
Cosplayer: Violet

Joker
Cosplayer: Orvis

Series: Batman @ ICDS 2012
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Finally had a chance to meet and work with the awesome *yayacosplay!
She is probably one of the most professional cosplayer I ever worked with. The poses, attitude, costume, and of course a very friendly person to work with too!

Though due to a very limited time (from her tight schedule) to pull her out for a mini-shoot from the convention, I really appreciate and honored to get this chance to work with her!

Truly hope to have a chance to do a proper photoshoot with her in future! :D

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Photography
:iconshiroang:

Photography Assistants:
:iconnaxhis: :iconrainer-t: :iconrieyn:

Post-processing
:iconshiroang: :iconshuichimeryl:

Catwoman (Arkham City ver.)
:iconyayacosplay:

Penguin
Cosplayer: Violet

Joker
Cosplayer: Orvis

Series: Batman @ ICDS 2012
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Finally had a chance to meet and work with the awesome *yayacosplay!
She is probably one of the most professional cosplayer I ever worked with. The poses, attitude, costume, and of course a very friendly person to work with too!

Though due to a very limited time (from her tight schedule) to pull her out for a mini-shoot from the convention, I really appreciate and honored to get this chance to work with her!

Truly hope to have a chance to do a proper photoshoot with her in future! :D

---

Photography
:iconshiroang:

Photography Assistants:
:iconnaxhis: :iconrainer-t: :iconrieyn:

Post-processing
:iconshiroang: :iconshuichimeryl:

Catwoman (Arkham City ver.)
:iconyayacosplay:

Joker
Cosplayer: Orvis

Series: Batman @ ICDS 2012
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Eeeeeh! I am so excited about the sharing the images from the photoshoot I recently did with Bryan Humphrey! More coming soon!

Character: Catwoman from Arkham City (video game)
Costume made by: Yaya
Model: Yaya
Photography: Bryan Humphrey

How I made this:
This costume was made in 50 hours, but only takes 5 minutes to put on lol. To match the hexagon fabric in the video game, I had the pattern designed by my friend Jinyo and printed up at Fabric On Demand. The secondary fabric is a rubber coated spandex.
Cathy of :icongstqfashions: saved me hours of work by graciously letting me base my bodysuit off of the pattern she had made already for this same costume for a customer. I had to redesign most pieces of the pattern to fit my bodyshape and height, but it was nice to not have to make a full mock-up from scratch, and with my tight work schedule, I appreciated every second of time saved.
I sewed the costume entirely myself, as usual, making sure to triple-stitch the seams (100+ of them) and also top stitch all of them. I also made the matching accessories such as gloves/hood/ears/sculpted metal bits/altered boots etc.
I re-used the goggles from my other Catwoman costume because I kind of hate the design of the Arkham City goggles, and I already made perfectly usable Catwoman goggles before. :)
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Not a very creative title I know, I just had these taken today and just got back from spending the night at my sister's house so I'm pretty headachey, and tired.

My mother is manager of a string of assisted living facilities so she allowed me to use her main building that was shut down for the weekend for a quick photo shoot. A big thanks to her for that. My twin sis was the one that took the pictures.

I'm no craftsman, but I made do by a very non-complicated process of using superglue, white fabric pain marker, pvc leather, thimbles, screws, sewing needles and silver wire at my disposal. [I still need to buy the boots]. The mask itself was purchased from a seller on Amazon.

That's about all I've got. ._. I'll post what I can from the photos that were taken that I deem DA worthy.

It's strange cosplaying something so sultry. I dunno. ._.

Photographer: Michelle [mein sister]
Cosplayer: Me
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This was the last photo we took at 3am, after 4 hours of photo shooting. I only realized the next day that this photo's posing resembled the official Arkham City promo artwork for Catwoman. Bryan did some post-processing to give the photo a similar treatment as the promo art and this is the result! I am so thrilled over this image! As a cosplayer, I enjoy the challenge of imitating a fantastical fictional character, and photographs like this reflects the hard work I put into the costume and my love for the character, as well as the photographer's finesse. I couldn't ask for more joy in Cosplay.

Character: Catwoman from Arkham City (video game)
Costume made by: Yaya
Model: Yaya
Photography: Bryan Humphrey

How I made this:
This costume was made in 50 hours, but only takes 5 minutes to put on lol. To match the hexagon fabric in the video game, I had the pattern designed by my friend Jinyo and printed up at Fabric On Demand. The secondary fabric is a rubber coated spandex.
Cathy of :icongstqfashions: saved me hours of work by graciously letting me base my bodysuit off of the pattern she had made already for this same costume for a customer. I had to redesign most pieces of the pattern to fit my bodyshape and height, but it was nice to not have to make a full mock-up from scratch, and with my tight work schedule, I appreciated every second of time saved.
I sewed the costume entirely myself, as usual, making sure to triple-stitch the seams (100+ of them) and also top stitch all of them. I also made the matching accessories such as gloves/hood/ears/sculpted metal bits/altered boots etc.
I re-used the goggles from my other Catwoman costume because I kind of hate the design of the Arkham City goggles, and I already made perfectly usable Catwoman goggles before. :)
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This is my favorite setting from the Catwoman photoshoot I did with Bryan Humphrey! After shooting outside for a couple of hours we moved to inside this decrepit warehouse space. I have no clue how Bryan lit this space but it really looks like a comic book to me.
Also, full-body shot of the costume! Wish my boot straps weren't slipping down :(

Character: Catwoman from Arkham City (video game)
Costume made by: Yaya
Model: Yaya
Photography: Bryan Humphrey

How I made this:
This costume was made in 50 hours, but only takes 5 minutes to put on lol. To match the hexagon fabric in the video game, I had the pattern designed by my friend Jinyo and printed up at Fabric On Demand. The secondary fabric is a rubber coated spandex.
Cathy of :icongstqfashions: saved me hours of work by graciously letting me base my bodysuit off of the pattern she had made already for this same costume for a customer. I had to redesign most pieces of the pattern to fit my bodyshape and height, but it was nice to not have to make a full mock-up from scratch, and with my tight work schedule, I appreciated every second of time saved.
I sewed the costume entirely myself, as usual, making sure to triple-stitch the seams (100+ of them) and also top stitch all of them. I also made the matching accessories such as gloves/hood/ears/sculpted metal bits/altered boots etc.
I re-used the goggles from my other Catwoman costume because I kind of hate the design of the Arkham City goggles, and I already made perfectly usable Catwoman goggles before. :)
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