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My little TES shelf which I just finished today. Mysterium Xarxes is an exact replica of the one in the game, but the writing on the labels of potions and on the two sheets of paper behind them doesn't mean anything - I used all kinds of runes from TES and was picking them randomly.




The Elder Scrolls Series (c) Bethesda
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Handmade resin Soul Gems, inspired by The Elder Scrolls series. Everything from Petty to Black Soul Gems, this set runs the gamut! Originally this was supposed to be a set of ten, but I threw in some extras for a repeat client and friend.

A set like this runs $50 plus shipping, but if someone wanted a different number, I'd be happy to discuss the details by note. ^_^
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Материалы: полимерная глина "Сонет", акриловые краски.
Размер: 6.5х9 см
Время: где-то 3 часа
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This is my Metal Gear Ray Balloon Cosplay I made for Megacon! It took me over 20 hours to build and attach it to myself! I had to have my friend and new manager Shawn help me put it one just right by teaching him to twist some of the pieces I could not reach. It was so much fun being Metal Gear Ray and underneath the helmet since it was difficult to see I made a balloon mustache and made myself into Revolver Ocelot! I will be releasing a video of this soon! I actually fully stayed in character and was constantly looking for Solid Snake in various boxes throughout the convention... SSSSSNNNNAAAKKKEEEE!!!!!
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Basic photo of the entire armor of my drow character Inlul'calen.


Please, do not try to copy this set of armor. I have worked really hard to keep ny gear unique.


Commissions: read journal
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Warhammer 40k Space Marines collection. Painted in Mass Effect Cerberus colours, fitting for alien-hating space humans.



The miniatures are of Games Workshop. All rights reserved. Models painted and assembled by Nina Moritz
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Courier: Got this note.

Dragonborn: From who?

Courier: Don't know. Creepy fellow. Couldn't see his face. Paid me a pretty sum to get that in your hands though.
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The last of my V cosplay barrage!

A prototype full costume version of my V ensemble. The mask in this instance is my initial first success version, with a poorer paint job than its successor.

As before, the mask, doublet, and belt were either handmade or made with my assistance. The hat, wig, and gloves are all altered from found goods. My plastic convention knives are similar in appearance, but in this instance I'm using metallic replicas, since I'm not in public and they have a nicer reflection.

You can see the public version in action....here! (Special guest star, the princess of the cosmos!)[link]

One day I'd like to make a witch hunter style hat similar to the graphic novel, but that's a dream for another day...
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Since it got quite popular on tumblr, hey, might as well share it with you guys!

Photo by ONE Photography

Helmet angusmcleod.deviantart.com/art… and grenades by my father

Jacket by my talented neighbor

Medal by :iconohsadface:

Rest was bought at a military surplus.

Some more photos somewhere on my tumblr: dat-soldier.tumblr.com/tagged/…
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So I made this breastplate for my Exalted cosplay, but it's also going to be my LARP characters armor as well. It's made out of 2mm white craft foam and the bones are from a old skeleton costume I got at CVS a few years ago. I cut out the bones (which are soft vacuum shaped foam) and glued them onto the front of the cut out for the breast plate. Then I glued about 4 more cut outs of the armor onto the back to make it stiffer and used about half a quart of acrylic gesso to seal it and stiffen it. Then I painted it with acrylic paint to make it look like white jade or marble and sealed it with floor wax. I didn't heat shape it, instead what I did was I tried to hold it in shape while each layer of gesso dried (over 20, but I stopped counted after the 3rd week). When it was at a tacky level I would wrap it around a large gallon water bottle we had and that seems to have worked well.

It is almost as stiff as play armor from a toy store, but is still flexible and will bend with you. There has been some slight paint cracking, but I have simply painted over it and resealed it. I'm hoping to take it with me to boffer practice to make sure it hold up. The game I will be using this in is a lightest touch system, so the most damage will likely come from me falling down, or rolling around in it.

I really enjoyed doing this! I'm debating on making greaves and bracers to match with the rest of the costume bones. I'm also thinking about trying to do a craft foam version of some Dragon Age armor, since I <3 that game world so much! I just have to decided if I'm going to be a Seeker from DA2, or one of the origins from Dragon Age Origins.
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