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The bodysuit is made entirely using swimwear fabrics and is ready to wear in the water when/if I want. The bodysuit is made using a mystery swimwear fabric I found that has a slight shine to it, the suit is fully lined in swim liner. I inset Carol's symbol using metallic gold spandex. The red sash is made using polyester lining fabric, I wanted to sash to be light and catch the wind.
I found a great leather look spandex that I'm in love with (the stretch is FANTASTIC) I use it to make the gloves and boots. The boots are sewn into a pair of dance tights to stop them from riding down as well as creating a seamless appearance. My mask is made using craft foam heat formed to my face then painted with black nailpolish.


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Costume Construction:

The bodysuit is made entirely using swimwear fabrics and is ready to wear in the water when/if I want. The bodysuit is made using a mystery swimwear fabric I found that has a slight shine to it, the suit is fully lined in swim liner. I inset Carol's symbol using metallic gold spandex. The red sash is made using polyester lining fabric, I wanted to sash to be light and catch the wind.
I found a great leather look spandex that I'm in love with (the stretch is FANTASTIC) I use it to make the gloves and boots. The boots are sewn into a pair of dance tights to stop them from riding down as well as creating a seamless appearance. My mask is made by Xtreme Design FX


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Costume Construction:

The bodysuit is made entirely using swimwear fabrics and is ready to wear in the water when/if I want. The bodysuit is made using a mystery swimwear fabric I found that has a slight shine to it, the suit is fully lined in swim liner. I inset Carol's symbol using metallic gold spandex. The red sash is made using polyester lining fabric, I wanted to sash to be light and catch the wind.
I found a great leather look spandex that I'm in love with (the stretch is FANTASTIC) I use it to make the gloves and boots. The boots are sewn into a pair of dance tights to stop them from riding down as well as creating a seamless appearance. My mask is made by Xtreme Design FX


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Wanda has always been on my cosplay wish list but she was always a case of I'll do it right or I won't do it at all. I'm so happy how everything turned out! Big thank you to Meg who helped wrap me in ducktape and pattern out my bunny suit.

My suit is made from a two way stretch red PVC that has a little extra glitter to it, the suit is fully boned with spiral steel and zips up the back. The boots and gloves are made from the same PVC. My cape is a full half circle with a cowl neck made from a light weight cotton velvet. I purchased a pair of Mondor dance tights and custom dyed them pink. My beautiful headpieces is made by Snikt Shop.

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This had to be one of my favorite shoots of this convention. Anyone who knows me knows that I grew up reading the Avengers, and I’m a HUGE comic fan in general, having recently gotten back into collecting hardcore. So, when ~LeapingLeigh told me she was looking for costumes to do, and I suggested Ms. Marvel, she agreed and then finished it for Otakon! I was ecstatic! She makes an amazing Ms. Marvel, and we had ~whiskers come along as a kickass Captain America. I’m very pleased with this shoot!

:iconleapingleigh: as Ms. Marvel (Avengers)
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The characters Ms. Marvel and Captain America, as well as the Avengers, are owned by Marvel Comics


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This costume I made within about a week.I sewed the gloves from wet look leggings,bought the leotard,appliqued on the bolt(using wax paper) ,sewed the scarf and made removable thigh high boot covers.

The mask is made from craft foam,painted black and glued onto my face with spirit gum.I was a bit concerned about this but it came off fairly easily.
The wig I had already owned.

This costume is very comfortable with the exception of the boots!After being on my feet for 5 hours my feet were wrecked!If only I had Ms.Marvel's ability to fly! >_<

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Cosplaying as a villain cosplaying as a hero! Cosplayception! This costume was made in four days. It's made of spandex and matte black vinyl.

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My Zatanna photoshoot with Dana is finally up on Geek Girls! You can view the entire set of photos on the Geek Girls website. Big thanks go to Dana for coming to Toronto to shoot with me and the Royal Alexandra Theater for allowing us to use the box office area!


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The tail coat is a vintage 1930's tail coat in almost perfect condition (few little rips in the lining) it was actually made in Toronto by a Bill Fargular in October 1936 (there is a tag on the inside of the inner breast pocket with that cool info). The vest and bottoms are made from a custom drafted patterns. The bow tie is also made by me.

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Character: Ms. Marvel
Comic: Avengers
Artistic Influence: Frank Cho
Photographer Credit: Pete Tsai

About the Costume: I really wanted to try and mimic the leather-like look Cho gave Ms. Marvel during his run penciling New Avengers, but I wanted it to be stretchy. I wound up using black wet-look spandex, a very vibrant golden yellow, and red silk satin for the sash. Now that I have a bodyform made of my body, I may remake this costume with actual leather, someday. The mask is made out of latex, adhered with toupee tape, and made by my friend Mike Schiffbauer. I created and styled the wig - it has a lot of va-va-voom and a good number of extensions.

About the Picture: This could very well be the best convention-floor shot I've ever had taken! This was at C2E2 2011 and I had just been wondering where to go next since I had reached the other end of the convention hall. Just as the phone rang, I was approached for this pic - lurking in the shadows there is Nick Fury, answering the phone. This picture makes me feel like I should create a more fantastic story regarding where and when it was taken.

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Ms. Marvel costume I made for Katy Mor

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