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I don't post enough goofy shots, so have one of me and Judy :iconthedreamerworld: at SDCC 2011!

Yes, when I really love my friends, I chomp on their heads.

Judy is expecially awesome because she is the biggest advocate for us cosplayers at Marvel. She is a web designer for them as well as official convention photographer, and she always goes out of her way to do photoshoots with cosplayers. Some of my strongest photos have been taken by her! Judy also runs a blog on Marvel.com where she talks about Marvel cosplays, check it out here: [link]

Thank you, Kevin Green, for this snapshot of us. That was on the Marvel stage right after the costume contest. XD
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y so street level.

Cosplayer: Christine
Photographer: Jenn
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Commissioned Vintage Bedsheet Dress by Blasphemina's Closet
Makeup by Hydred Makabali
Photo by LJinto

You can check out the full gallery via the link! [link]
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Photo by Anna Fisher [link] - thank you so much for this lovely Portrait of my Ame-Comi Wonder Woman costume. You can see the details better in this shot.
I made this costume for Dragoncon 2010, based on this statue: [link]

It was fun working with both textiles and armor on this project! This is also my first DC Comics character costume. :D

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Art Nouveau Chun Li with Yaya Han. This is version 1. Would come out with another one soon. Got inspired from those old Chinese calligraphy paintings.

Make-up: Yaya Han
Hair: Ara Fernando
Styling / Costume Production: Yaya Han
Art Direction: Javey Villones
Digital Imaging: Ghani Madueno
Model: Yaya Han
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Hot damn, me.


Cosplay: Jenn
Photographer: Christine
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Commissioned Vintage Bedsheet Dress by Blasphemina's Closet
Makeup by Hydred Makabali
Photo by LJinto

You can check out the full gallery via the link! [link]
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So, I have an absolute love for Wonder Woman. She's a badass. Enough said.

I just recently got this figure, like a week ago, and thought it was time I took some shots of her. Because, I love her. XD

So hope you guys enjoy!

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Figure: Ame-Comi Wonder Woman Mini-Figure Series 2.

More shots of her :iconiloveitmoreplz:

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Teaser image from the Christmas themed photoshoot I did with BGZ Studios [link] Since I made this costume ON Christmas last year, I missed the chance to take Holiday photos with it. Was very glad to pull it out this year for some shots.

Darrell came over with giant bags of Christmas decorations, lights and fabrics and we created a very merry set in my living-room. I can still find glitter on furnitures and on the floor lol. Darrell does minimal post-processing so the lighting in the photo is from his awesome set up that day.

Excited to see more shots, I will share what I get back! Thank you so much, Darrell, for the photos and beautiful decorations.
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Costume Construction:
This cosplay is of Urd, from the classic anime Ah! My Goddess. Many anime girls have little Christmas outfits and I already had the wig for Urd (I've been planning another costume of hers for a while). The design is based on an outfit Urd wears in one of the episodes, but I changed it a little bit to fit my taste in fashion and shape. For example, the neck bow in the design is green and ack I really dislike the green/red color combo, so I changed it to red. And I made flare sleeves instead of gloves because I often have to handle money and sign things at cons, so gloves would have been annoying.
100% of the materials were found at home - the red velour is left over from my Scarlet Witch cape (I loved being able to use up all the scrap!) and the white fur was acquired at a clearance sale ages ago. I even had the boots already from another sale.
Costume constructed in a day over Christmas weekend (after much lint rolling the excess fur off the velour). I made a self-lined corset, top stitched and reinforced, with boning and eyelets for lace up, drafted a pattern for a three panel skirt and flare sleevelets. I also made a matching Santa hat and hand stitched the fur trim onto all the hems.

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