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Two Dovahkiin are better than one!! :D
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thanks to Gianluca Bini
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tnx to Gianluca Bini
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photo by :iconinwardscream:

a Dragon Priest and a Daedra playing The Elder Scrolls Online
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currently I´m writing a tutorial for this. when it´s done I´ll translate it www.animexx.de/weblog/457968/6…


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tomorrow is the first time I wear it (at the Games Com)


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I am the maker of and model of the costume, Nightingale Armor from the video game Elderscrolls V: Skyrim. These lovely photos were taken by the talented Andrew Snucins Photography, www.andrewsnucins.com.
The Nightingales are the original concept of Bethesda.

I play Skyrim and as I was wondering what costume to make I decided to just go for my favorite one! My character is always in this armor.

About the costume: I began planning and collecting materials in September 2012. Most of it is sewn out of pleather and vinyl which I then treated with black paint, silver spray paint, hot glue, model magic, and way more black paint. I made the pattern by cutting out pieces of paper and holding them up my body to see if they would be the right size and shape. Then I used those paper pieces to cut out my fabric. Very time consuming as I don't have a dress form. One day I'll get one. I completed the costume 4 months later in December.

There's a humble write up on my blog of how I made this costume here: beebichu.blogspot.ca/

FaceBook:www.facebook.com/pages/Beebich…
Google+:plus.google.com/u/0/1181490956…
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Hi there! Thanks for viewing my image.
I am the maker of and model of the costume, Nightingale Armor from the video game Elderscrolls V: Skyrim. These lovely photos were taken by the talented Andrew Snucins Photography, www.andrewsnucins.com.
The Nightingales are the original concept of Bethesda.

I play Skyrim and as I was wondering what costume to make I decided to just go for my favorite one! My character is always in this armor.

About the costume: I began planning and collecting materials in September 2012. Most of it is sewn out of pleather and vinyl which I then treated with black paint, silver spray paint, hot glue, model magic, and way more black paint. I made the pattern by cutting out pieces of paper and holding them up my body to see if they would be the right size and shape. Then I used those paper pieces to cut out my fabric. Very time consuming as I don't have a dress form. One day I'll get one. I completed the costume 4 months later in December.

There's a humble write up on my blog of how I made this costume here: beebichu.blogspot.ca/

FaceBook:www.facebook.com/pages/Beebich…
Google+:plus.google.com/u/0/1181490956…
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Hi there! Thanks for viewing my image.
I am the maker of and model of the costume, Nightingale Armor from the video game Elderscrolls V: Skyrim. These lovely photos were taken by the talented Andrew Snucins Photography, www.andrewsnucins.com.
The Nightingales are the original concept of Bethesda.

I play Skyrim and as I was wondering what costume to make I decided to just go for my favorite one! My character is always in this armor.

About the costume: I began planning and collecting materials in September 2012. Most of it is sewn out of pleather and vinyl which I then treated with black paint, silver spray paint, hot glue, model magic, and way more black paint. I made the pattern by cutting out pieces of paper and holding them up my body to see if they would be the right size and shape. Then I used those paper pieces to cut out my fabric. Very time consuming as I don't have a dress form. One day I'll get one. I completed the costume 4 months later in December.

There's a humble write up on my blog of how I made this costume here: beebichu.blogspot.ca/

FaceBook:www.facebook.com/pages/Beebich…
Google+:plus.google.com/u/0/1181490956…
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So me and ~Haytch went on a shoot this weekend in my Astharoshe Asran cosplay. 
This lady is my love and pride. With only a week to make her, she is the most detailed cosplay I have ever made. 
If I had the time, I would SO made more outfits for her, and it MIGHT happened one time, but right now, you guys will have to do with this outfit. :P

I hope that you like this picture and more to come! :D :heart: 

More pictures here: www.facebook.com/media/set/?se…
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Costume made and worn by me


Astharoshe Asran - Trinity Blood
Picture/edit and MAKEUP by: :iconhaych:  (www.facebook.com/HaychMetamorphose)

Related pictures: 
+ Protecting is my area + by Zuum + Astharoshe Asran + by Zuum


My wonderful group: 
A person who deserves my loyalty receives it. by Mie-Rose   I am the Earl of Memphis by KamiRenee The Baron of Luxor by aWacko With a smile... by ChikaraDesu
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Myself as Bayonetta.

Photo :iconjosemanchado:
If you want to see how we made the guns, visit our blog![link]
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Myself as Tali'Zorah vas Normandy from Mass Effect.
Photo: AOJ [link]

At last!! This is my new Tali costume. After one year, we remade a lot of things to make it look more accurate. Mainly the mask (here you can see how we made it [link]). I also remade the catsuit for it to have better seams and new details, the leg armors and a lot of other details and ornaments. Now I can say I'm completely proud of this costume from head to toe. Making this I found how gratifying improving a costume can be.

This picture was taken this weekend during the "Salón del manga de Barcelona" by Āngel Ortuņo Juliā [link] This was my first time photo shooting with him after talking a lot on facebook (we live in different cities) and I'm really glad we met him and very happy with the pictures he took us :D We took a bunch of incredible pics like this, I love the way he uses the lights and he is so kind and funny!


So, as I told you before, soon we'll start posting our WIP with this costume :D

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How we made the costume:
- Catsuit: [link]
- Hood and fabrics: [link]
- Gloves, sleeves and feet: [link]
- Mask: [link] (Taking references from :icontroodon80:)
- Leg armor: [link] (This is and old post, we remade them. We'll make a new post explaining it).
- M-5 Phalanx heavy pistol: [link]
- Omni tool: [link]

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Myself as Tali'Zorah vas Normandy from Mass Effect.
Photo: AOJ [link]

At last!! This is my new Tali costume. After one year, we remade a lot of things to make it look more accurate. Mainly the mask (here you can see how we made it [link]). I also remade the catsuit for it to have better seams and new details, the leg armors and a lot of other details and ornaments. Now I can say I'm completely proud of this costume from head to toe. Making this I found how gratifying improving a costume can be.

This picture was taken this weekend during the "Salón del manga de Barcelona" by Āngel Ortuņo Juliā [link] This was my first time photo shooting with him after talking a lot on facebook (we live in different cities) and I'm really glad we met him and very happy with the pictures he took us :D We took a bunch of incredible pics like this, I love the way he uses the lights and he is so kind and funny!



Follow us on Nebulaluben & Erikku-kun facebook page

How we made the costume:
- Catsuit: [link]
- Hood and fabrics: [link]
- Gloves, sleeves and feet: [link]
- Mask: [link] (Taking references from :icontroodon80:)
- Leg armor: [link] (This is and old post, we remade them. We'll make a new post explaining it).
- M-5 Phalanx heavy pistol: [link]
- Omni tool: [link]

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The original is a B&W titled The Punisher by :iconreybronx: .
I just added the color to it.
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The original is a B&W titled The Punisher by :iconimbong: .
Background art titled Marvel Comics Bronze to Mid Modern Ages by :iconportfan: .
I just added the color to it and added the background.
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The original is a B&W titled Wolvy Sabre INKED by :iconedtadeo: .
Background art titled Liquid Texture by :iconhellbat: .
I just added the color to it, added the background, and re-titled it. This was another pic that I had done previously that I felt need an update [link] . I was happy with the colors but not the shading and the lack of a background for depth.
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My Bayonetta's Cosplay at Cartoomics 2012 ^_^
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My Bayonetta's Cosplay at Cartoomics 2012 ^_^
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cosplayer me, photo by my boyfriend
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Here's one picture I could salvage.
Wasn't quite happy with it, but will still show it to you :)
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The Khajiit Beech Shield and Dwarven/Orichalc Axe

Orichalc colors, but dwarven textures… oh well.
I know these are low level weapons, but I love the design on those that's why I chose them :)
My armor is waaay stronger compared to them.
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And it's done :)
It probably needs a bit of weathering and styling to get it all spiky like seen in the game.
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Finally my new costume, Druid Tier 8 from World of Warcraft, is done! As always my cosplay partner create the same costume as me and we made some nice photos on Animagic this year. And now I'm looking forward to a private photoshooting!
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When I've saw the first preview of the Templar Wizard Battle.net portrait from the Diablo III CE I instantly felt in love into the idea to mix a Wizard with the Protoss design. At this time in October 2011 even the name was not released (which was the reason why I've called my project "Protoss Wizard"), but I knew already that this will be my costume for the next Blizzcon. Since there was sadly no such event in 2012 I finally finished this costume only a week ago for Blizzcon 2013 now.

From the planning to the final brush stroke of the costume it was always designed for transportation into a suitcase. Since my reference showed only the head of my future costume I was also very free in this step and chose - to make my Blizzard fangirl costume perfect - a weapon from World of Warcraft (Halbert of Smithing) with a adjusted Protoss design as a prop. Over weeks and months I've worked on the design, built the armor, rebuild many pieces again and again until I was satisfied and teached myself the technique to let everything glow in the way I had since years in mind. Overall it is my biggest project so far and after so much worries, crazy stress, depressing fails and problems I just love how the final costume turned out.

Some facts:
- All LEDs are programmed and do not only glow, but pulse over a central controlling and energy source on my back. The programming is not finaly and will still changed until Blizzcon.
- The costume developed during almost 2 years of progress with around 5 different designs.
- I've spent around 1500 € and 800 hours of time for it (usually I need 300 hours for a big project).
- The wig weights around 2 kilos and needs a ton of bobby pins and some painkillers to stay on my head for hours.
- I need around 4 hours to get ready since the fixing of the wig and the armor is not only pretty complicated, but also the wiring needs to be plugged together and tested several times.
- Since the costume is designed for the suitcase I'm able to put my 2.10m polearm and also my costume with no problems inside and even have space for a further costume.

Well, and if you're interested: Here and here you'll find a video of the working LEDs.

To follow the full progress of this costume, just take a look to my Facebook Progress Gallery.


Main material of the whole armor is Worbla.

Worldwide you can by it at Mycostumes.de
From the US you can buy it here: Cosplaysupplies.com
And here you'll find a tutorial which shows how I made a breastplate out of this Breastplate Tutorial
In addition here you'll find even a painting tutorial from my husband, who supported me in painting during other projects: Painting Tutorial

Other photos:
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Finally I was able to get an own, private photoshoot with my Barbarian. I've got an of awesome photographs from my friends Jakob and Janina and had a great range of photos I was able to choose from. These here are just two of them, but one of my favourites.
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I love Miraak's design, but just like as Alduin I hate drawing him. Too. Much. Details.


art(c)me
skyrim(c)bethesda
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Miraak, you glorious bastard.


((I still hate your mask))

Done in two hours.

art(c)me
Dragonborn(c)bethesda

EDIT!! I finished colouring it at last, hope you like it :)
Edit again: The file was too big, fixed it
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Here's my loving trio adveturing together and this happens. Alot.

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