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Lady Nightwing Cosplay / Dick Grayson :) or should I name myself Dixie Grayson ha ha
(DC) Batman Arkham City Version
Photography by Long Vo
Armor: Aluminum and Carbon Fiber/ Bodysuit: Polyurethane stretch fabric / fake leather /foam & latex Bodysuit/fabric/hair/makeup bodysuit and weapons

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Ill be with Triforce this NYCC :D Please add their page [link]
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Lady Nightwing Cosplay
(DC) Batman Arkham City Version
Long Vo Photography

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Armor: Aluminum and Carbon Fiber/ Bodysuit: Polyurethane stretch fabric / fake leather /foam & latex Bodysuit/fabric/hair/makeup bodysuit and weapons

build total time 3 weeks, blog up soon
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New Image Lady Nightwing Cosplay (Batman Arkham City)

Shot on location with Vostalgic (Long Vo)

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Hi everyone!

This was taken by the wonderful and one of my favorite photographers Anna Fischer at Katsucon in Washington DC.

I was a guest doing a few panels and decided that my Kotobukiya figure in my room needed to be made into a cosplay so 2 days before the convention I decided on just gunning for it. I posted online some of the progress pictures and also a video here [link]

I shot it with Anna and hopefully I can finish all the details in place by Wondercon next week :D

I really loved Batgirl and hopefully I can post more pictures soon of the whole outfit ^_^

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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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My Marvel Bishoujo Black Widow Kotobukiya Cosplay [link] I made just in time for San Diego Comic con. This was made in about a week. (The original is a gold belt in the comics, but I decided to do this version since it was harder, I tend to like a challenge)

The process was quite a stressful one since I been working on and off with the idea of doing a Black Widow cosplay for quite some time (about 2 years) but looking for the right materials for the bracelets and belt took the longest to figure out. So I just went ahead and made the belt myself using good ol' bondo/plaster, 3 kinds of sanding grits, a couple of hours to mold each piece on carved (also sanded) wood, spray paint etc etc, I'll be putting up the process on my site [link] soon for those who are curious :)

As for the gun its a HK replica airsoft that I own

makeup/wig haircut: Me

This was taken at the Kotobukiya (Japanese Figures/toys) Area in SDCC :) By: John Yang during the convention.

Thanks for coming by :3

i also got these social networking things, please add and keep in touch, i reply and read majority of everything, it would be awesome to meet ya on them :)

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Hi there everyone :D I finally got rooftop access with my buddy to do this shoot properly. :D Hope you likes ^_^

Spider Girl Cosplay all made and modeled by me
character: Anya Corazon
Photography by the awesome Andrew Ho

note: I can see out of the mesh mask I made, and I did have to balance in this photo on a beam, about 40 stories up, I was pretty scared ha ha its worth it though
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Ms Marvel Cosplay
Photography by :Andhika Paramartha Mapparessa

photographer used no photoshop/natural light/ also lightroom

More info in my album about how I made it :) (DA)
Wig cut/makeup/styling: Me

(the bottom of the shoes have my Vampy sticker on it so if you see some red and black its just that :)

my cosplay making and toy blog

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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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Hi everyone! Its been a while since I've posted but Im super happy about this newer cosplay I made. I made all of the cosplay myself as well as makeup/styling. The God Of War series is definitely one of my favorite franchises and definitely had to do the Golden Fleece version. It was my favorite and also the hardest to make. This cosplay took me one week without much sleep just to be made in time for PAX East. The lower armor can be seen in other pictures I will be posting soon. :) Photography is by Lieven Leroy fb : [link] part of the Wild Places project along with Anna Fischer in Arizona

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