pip boy prop i threw together from suppies i had lying around; a tin can, foamcore, fun foam, a couple bottle caps, and some buttons and greeblies. i wanted it to look like several of the buttons had fallen off and been replaced and patched up with whatever scraps were around.the screen section is a hollow slot that will fit my cell phone, since i couldn't print off any of the actual screens from it, because printers are assholes tutorial/stencils used for base found at: www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8Hboh…
Optica from the Space Stallions - which is a really, really, REALLY awesome and amazing short movie made by the bachelor film project 2012 from The Animation Workshop. If you haven't watched this, your life must be a really sad thing so watch it. Now. -> [link]
And I had to cosplay this. I just had to. But yes, I do question my choice of attire. Really, this cosplay contains EVERYTHING that don't look good on me - IN GOLD! ~_~° But guess what? I don't give a fuck. I had so much fun and I enjoyed this cosplay so much that did not even care about all the things that went wrong.
Special Thanks got to: ~Corroder666 who is not only an amazing cosplayer but also a real darling and made the horse an my crown as a ultra light weight cast.
I made a papercut card for a postcard exchange this week and then I made another similar design for myself so I could experiment a bit more with textures. The grey-ish parts are actually silver, it doesn't show up properly on the scan.
The Lord of the Rings Mini Book Earring Set in durable polymer clay. It features Alan Lee's covers in the front and John Jude Palencar's cover's in the back. For more information check out this link: [link]
Closer look from the props what i made for my "Neo-Victorian costume".
First medal is my company logo from silver & copper, Skull medal is made from old zink keychain and that third one is made from real Finnish army badges from the 50's. (Ribbons are made from same fabrics what they use in real WW2-insignia.)
I also bought secondhand Swiss army glacier goggles from army surplus store, removed original black paint from the brass frames and made proper leather strap & brass buckle for replacing original black fabric ribbon. Also the "pocket pistol" is a modification from Derringer shaped cigarette lighter what i buy in the mid nineties. Winged brass badge from that bowler is only a mix from old railroader cockade, ladies wristwatch frame and red glass cabochon.