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I was recently painted up by Master Body Painter Nick Wolfe [link] We've been friends for years but never had the chance to collaborate before now. Nick suggested something Asian inspired and I blurted out "Yakuza tattoo!" and the idea for this theme was born!

Nick did the painting in 4 and a half hours, using Diamond FX paint. He looked up the kanjis for "Dragon Queen" and painted them as well.
For those who don't take the time to read my Profile info, yes I am the model in these images.
I did the face makeup and hair, inspired by traditional Japanese Geisha, and modernized. I also bought traditional Japanese hair pins, and the over kimono was made by me, originally for my XXXHolic cosplay. I love being able to re-use costume parts haha. The full gallery for this shoot is here on my website: [link]

Photography by Brian Boling

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Photography by Bryan Humphrey

Character: Carmilla - Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust
Costume made and modeled by Yaya Han

Costume construction notes on my website: [link]

What can I say about this shoot with Bryan? This is our first chance working together and the man is a magician with lighting. I have always wanted to do a night shoot with my Carmilla costume, cuz, duh, she is a Vampire. Getting ready took about 4 hours this time because I wanted to get all the details right about the makeup.
This shot sums up everything I love about cosplay, from the craftsmanship aspect to the accompanying makeup to the fun of getting in character. I did my best to hiss at the camera haha.

More photos coming soon! Thank you, Bryan, for the amazing experience and Matt and Monika for assisting with lighting and placing my skirts!

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Photo by Anna Fisher, taken at Anime USA 2009. The costume is made by me, for NYAF's Yume Cosplay contest. Character - Carmilla from Vampire Hunter D : Bloodlust". I re-wore it at AUSA for sole photo purposes. My skit partner and I got dressed on the Sunday of the con and snuck off with three amazing photographers in tow to take pictures for a couple of hours. Why didn't we stick around during the con? I had a very hectic schedule all weekend, and so did Anna :iconbeautifully-twisted:, my Charlotte. It takes three hours (down from four, ha!) to get me into Carmilla, and on a crowded Friday or Saturday it would have been tough to do private photoshoots.

I love this shot by Anna, it sums up Carmilla's character at one glance. She will do anything to get a virgin's blood and preserve her youth!

Construction note on my site: [link]

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Photography by Kevin Stewart
styling and makeup by me
model is me

This set was shot in a library inside a condo complex - because of the semi-public nature of the location I thought the outfit might be a tad risque, but Kevin managed through his high quality work to make this theme look sexy but not overly naughty. I really love some of the images and am really glad we were able to use this location!
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Photo by Brian Boling
costume/wings/egg made by me
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This shoot has been planned since Dragoncon, we were just looking for the chance to push the giant egg into the woods lol.
We took advantage of a beautiful warm day in late October and set up the egg prop in between these awesome ivy vine overgrown trees in the North GA mountains. Realizing again how immobile I am in this costume *headdesk*, and how many bugs were flying around us O_o;, we did a fairly quick photoshoot in under an hour. I put on the horns at the last minute because I felt like my head was so bare. They were just stock from my store laying around.
I am very excited about the ivy on the trees as it matched the egg's decoration wonderfully. Got my skirt dirty tromping around in the dirt but it's well worth it.

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Same for here I wanted to cosplay max I think it did pretty well
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I had just read the 3rd in the maximum ride manga and I wanted to try to look l;ike her so here :D
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EDIT: Thank you so much for the Daily Deviation. This costume is very dear to me since I conceptualized, designed and hand made it - and I am overjoyed that it was recognized on Deviantart. Also excited for photographer Aileen Luib, who is responsible for creating this image.

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This is the last image from my photoshoot collab with LA Fashion Photographer Aileen Luib :iconsingmealullabai:

My Peacock costume has never looked better. O_O I'm going gaga over the colors and lighting in this photo.

Costume: Empyrean Eyes - Peacock
Designed and crafted by me
Photography by Aileen Luib :iconsingmealullabai:

From Aileen's portfolio I could see her unique and soulful point of view as a photographer and I was excited to shoot this theme with her, since I don't have many of these types of images in my own portfolio.

Visit Aileen's website, her work is so beautiful! [link]

Here is her facebook too: [link]

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Photo by Elvis Thompson
Shoot date was January 2006

I made this costume just for fun. I grew up on reading Chinese myth novels, and am a big fan of Chinese and Hong Kong Martial Art movies and TV shows. The women always look so beautiful, feminine yet could kick ass in a second! And their outfits were always so glam.
This shoot was inspired by all of the above... I even tried to do my make up based on the movies I've seen.
You can see the rest of the photos here:[link]
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I made this costume in March 2008 - as a long term CLAMP fan, I suppose it was only a matter of time before I cosplayed Yuuko XD. I loved this design specifically for the butterflies.

Construction:
I got a heavy black poly/wool blend for the kimono, and a beautiful burgundy silk for the lining and ruffles. After sewing the outer layer but before putting in the lining, I appliquéd about 14 or 15 butterfly shapes onto it. The pattern for the butterflies was just free drafted - I cut them out of a yellow fabric and after spending a few hours stitching down the edges neatly, I got to paint the details onto the appliqués for the next night and part of the morning lol. I remember watching a whole season of CSI while painting the butterflies, and it became quite the surreal experience. O_O
As the butterflies dried, I made many yards of ruffles and also did my own gold trim for the costume. Stitched it all together with the lining and a big part of the costume was done. I love the fabrics I scored because they are almost wrinkle free, no matter how much I shove the costume into a suitcase.
The waist cincher is made of a burgundy pleather and I plan on remaking it soon. The material was bought in a rush and is not very sturdy. The cincher has a fake lace up front.
Lastly I worked on the wig, which took some engineering. The main problem was balancing the weight of the extension loops on my head, but in the end it worked out great and I can bend over and sway my head without things shifting. The bat crown and hairpieces are made of styrene plastic that's been heat formed.

Photo by Paul Tien

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To the left - Madame Caramelle, to the right - Josephina
I've mostly been doing work for my book lately, but at the side, I'm doing designs for a roleplaying games campaign I'm doing for my friends and me. We're just going to have tons of fun and play, the setting being London in the end of the nineteenth century and the game system being Call of Cthulhu.


I'm skipping the major monsters, though, this will be more like murder mystery stories with a supernatural tone to them. Unfortunately, I don't have much time to write the storyline nor to sketch the non-player characters, but I recently finished two of the female characters involved (the two prettiest ones, those are always the easiest to paint and design, aren't they?) Next, doing two of the male ones, and then two more female and two more male before I'm done with the character images for the campaign.


I'm wildly happy with the face on the left one, as I personally think it's the prettiest face I've ever painted. As far as pictures go, I suppose they're rather boring and without backgrounds, but look at them as what they are -- portraits of characters :]

Photo references used for the hand on Madame Caramelle, and for the frills and folds on Josephina's dress. Also, I studied a bunch of beautiful Asian girls to get the features right on Caramelle - also, her corset is based on one of my own corsets :]

Closeups: [link] , [link] , [link] , [link]
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Photographer: Pay Lyttle
Model: Me
Hair/Makeup: Me
Styling: Me (corset - Agent Provocateur, shirt underneath - BEBE, jeans - Bershka, jewelry - TopShop)
Location: British Museum, London

After shooting at the Grand Cosplay Ball last year with Pat Lyttle, he and I have been talking about doing a fashion shoot, so when I returned to London this time, we met up at the British Museum and took advantage of the stunning architecture within.

In a perfect world I would have wanted to shoot outdoors as I just adore the buildings, streets and alleys there. But it was absolutely freezing and we had to opt for an indoor location. I've visited the British Museum twice over 10 years ago and have always loved this museum. It is gigantic and houses some of the world's most precious artifacts.
We had to be semi-sneaky about our shoot, and it was a difficult one due to the insane amount of tourists and visitors present that day. All of these photos had to be snapped between long waits for the background to clear of people lol.

As usual, I did my hair/makeup and put together the outfit. Pat provided the lovely heels! I also wonder what he did to make my skin all glowing in these pics!
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Photo by Elvis Thompson
Shoot date was January 2006

I made this costume just for fun. I grew up on reading Chinese myth novels, and am a big fan of Chinese and Hong Kong Martial Art movies and TV shows. The women always look so beautiful, feminine yet could kick ass in a second! And their outfits were always so glam.
This shoot was inspired by all of the above... I even tried to do my make up based on the movies I've seen.
You can see the rest of the photos here:[link]
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Costume made and modeled by me
Brass fan made by Outland Armour
Photography by Shiroin
Taken at Ohayocon 2009

This is probably my favorite shot from the set we did, though Ricky is a fantastic photographer and all the pictures turned out nicely. The lighting he chose was beautiful and I'm happy it showed off the details of the outfit.
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DC Super Girl
Фотограф: Ольга Лебедева
Замечательные волонтеры:Надежда Мантусова и Артем Никифоров
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Another ID made for me by my friend Ehlanna using DAZ studios
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Static pose costume shots taken (on an iPhone) at New Orleans Comic Con, where I debuted this costume this past weekend. A proper photoshoot is coming soon.

Character: Power Girl - Kotobukiya Bishojuo Statue version [link]
Costume made/modeled by Yaya Han, featuring:
~ custom pattern drafted bodysuit (sleeves follow design seams into front/side/back of bodysuit)
~gold metal rope & medallion
~ custom drafted seamless cape, serged & hemmed
~ metal powder cast custom made belt buckle & made-from-scratch belt
~ custom dyed & altered leather boots/gloves
~ self-styled wig
~ Boob Window content courtesy of Victoria's Secret Bombshell bra. Ladies - go out and buy one, you will thank me ♥

I was asked by :iconmostflogged: to be the Power Girl to her Supergirl and I thought - why not? Kara is a cool, tough character who doesn't hold punches, and her classic costume is actually very well designed for the 70's! I collected the materials over the summer and finally found time and an excuse to make the costume for New Orleans Comic Con. Can't wait to do a photoshoot with Jenni as Supergirl soon! <3
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I love Emma. I love this dress. I love this movie. I love this character - Mix them all together = TADAH!! :D

I actually quite like this, when I usually hate my face replacement manips, but I think this is ok. but I'm still no pro, just practice :)


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Ahhhhhhhh I finally finished!! I started this in November :P Unfortunately other projects and Christmas had diverted me from finishing it. I am extremely happy with how it turned out though. I probably spent the most time and care on this piece that I've ever put into my art. It's not 100% accurate to the reference, but better than I ever thought I was capable of.

With the black outline it kinda looks comic bookish so I made a simple background of dots like the old school comic books using colours from the reference background. Phew :phew: I think I'm going to take a break now!

Stop: Do Not Use by SimplySilent 

Reference Photo:
Marvel Avengers Alliance - Phoenix by beethy

Cosplayer: yayacosplay 
Photographer: Anna Cosplay Photographer
Editing: beethy 

Phoenix (c) Marvel Comics


Time: approx. 37 hours
Art program: ArtRage 4
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I'm excited for the opportunity to design and make the costume for a villain in an upcoming Steampunk action adventure web series called "Archangel"! I'll share details about the project soon, this is truly just a sneak peek at it! 
The jacket was especially fun to make, and I used 3 different fabrics for the outer layer and silk for the lining. I also made the feather collar, steel boned Victorian cut corset, leather pants and armor pieces (Worbla!!) The tailoring was very important for this costume, and I wanted it to look authoritative yet still feminine.

Photo shot by Brian Boling at an abandoned power plant in New Orleans www.flickr.com/photos/brianbol…

More photos and info coming sooooooon!
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Snow day!! Since I'm stuck at my house, I decided to share a photo of the newest costume I made!

Enira, the Banshee Queen from Lineage 2

Why I decided to make this costume:
As soon as I saw this character, I knew I had to make the costume. It was an instant obsession! I began collecting materials immediately, which is the key for me to turn any cosplay wish list item to actual craftsmanship project. I really really believe that half of the work on any costume is done through research, break down of materials and techniques, and the acquisition of every bit of material you may need.
I also knew early on that I wouldn't be tall enough for the proportions of Enira. There were too many details on her costume for it to fit on my damned short figure. So in a crazed moment I decided to buy a pair of stilts online and incorporate them into this costume. This one decision made Enira instantly into the most pain in the ass costume to make/transport/wear, out of all 270+ I have made.

How I made this costume:
Oh Goodness, this build felt like a battle all the way, mostly due the time limit I had to set for myself. I knew I had to get this costume done before my convention tour for 2014 started, because my travel schedule is about to get crazy and last through most of the year. I have the most blocks of time to do intense crafting between December and end of February, which is why often you'll see my most elaborate costumes come out in Spring, not Summer.  
I used to not have the luxury of choosing from a wide range of materials, so these days, I buy in bulk and I usually get back up options as well. Time is my biggest enemy, so being prepared is the most important weapon I can wield.

To keep this post from turning into a huge novel, I will post a detailed breakdown of construction on each piece when I add Enira to my website. For now, let's just summarize that every piece on this costume is made from scratch.
My wig is 2 Arda Wigs combined, which a foam and Worbla base. It's like a helmet lol! Steel boned corset, custom patterned sleeves with foam backing, a lot of Worbla used on various pieces, made and painted wings, 5 foot long ballgown skirt, tattered with a blow torch, spiderweb skirt is neoprene with Worbla spines, Fred the skeleton and my horns are foam with fast curing plastic brushed over and sealed… I'm sure I'm forgetting something…
All together, about 50 yards of fabric, 100 yards of trims, hundreds of feathers, 1.5 full sheets of Worbla, 14 days of non-stop crafting with 1 - 3 hours of sleep each night, and a very scared Yaya not knowing if she can even walk on stilts with all this weight on.

I have learned a lot of lessons over the years about how to plan out and make costumes, and it felt very out of my element to take on a project that I didn't feel confident in. There were many variables that could go wrong, and it was an interesting journey to make Enira in such a short amount of time. A big part of me is glad that even after 14 years, I still have a lot to learn and there are tons of projects out there that provide challenges for me. The whole point of being an artist is to keep growing and learning, and I appreciate every lesson.

I have to give a special shout out and Thank You to the following friends, who came over for an emergency day of help right before I left for New Orleans. Yashuntafun Cosplay, Twinklebat, Jessie and Rachel work in my office and saw that I was super overwhelmed one day, so they came over and helped with tedious bits such as tattering the skirt, making chain tassels, spray painting, gathering tulle, packing up the big pieces for shipping to New Orleans etc. Brian also helped with Fred the skeleton and getting me dressed each time since it was a 3 person job lol. A special Thank You also to Kevin Spooner for mixing an amazing track of music for me to walk out on stage to. I'm all about giving credit and I appreciate my friends' support in this project. Sometimes, a  costume is bigger than you O_O.

Photo taken by Brian Boling www.flickr.com/photos/brianbol…
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Behold the magic that is Jay Tablante and his Team! I just had to wear a costume and jump a lot. They did the rest!!!!!

Make-up: Yaya Han
Hair: Ara Fernando
Styling / Costume Production: Yaya Han
Art Direction: Javey Villones
Digital Imaging: Ghani Madueno
Model: Yaya Han
Art Nouveau style Chun Li costume designed by :iconrazvan-sedekiah:
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Costume: Fiora - Nightraven skin - League of Legends
Made/modeled by Yaya Han
Photography: LJinto
Photo Edit: :iconpyro911: [link]

I love this photo manip!!!! *_*
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Theme: Tribute to Cleopatra
Photographer: Dan Santoni
Hair stylist: Michael Hall
makeup: Yaya
costume design and creation: Yaya

This was one of the most amazing photo shoot days... I shot with two photographer on the same day, from 10am to like 3am, and produced three of the best shots in my portfolio. It was everything from exciting, creative, exhausting, glamorous, painful and satisfying.
The shot above is by Dan Santoni, who is also responsible for the set. His lighting set up was insane - I stared into about 8 lights at the same time, it seemed.

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I have had this Peacock costume idea for a long time before I saved enough money to buy the feathers and materials to make it in the summer of 2007.

I kept my eye out for any fabrics that could work with this theme and ended up going on a hunt in the LA fabric district for a two-toned taffeta. what I found was gorgeous, green on one side and purple on the other. In various light the fabric changed in the shades of green, cyan, blue and purple, matching the color scheme of a peacock eye feather perfectly.
I took some time sketching out silhouettes and where I wanted to used the feathers as embellishments. I ended up deciding sewing a custom patterned corset, a cropped jacket with wide sleeves and upstanding collar, and a fitted mermaid skirt that flared out at the knee. The skirt has a peacock tail attached to it in the back, in the folded up resting position. I went to a Nature Center to chase and photograph real life peacocks to gain the proper reference for how the feathers lay on the birds.
I used multiple kinds of peacock feathers for this costume - several hundreds of peacock tail feathers with eyes for my tail and throughout the outfit; a number of tail swords for the beaded belt and jacket collar; and multiple yards worth of thickly overlayed peacock herl for the fanned collar of my jacket and sleeves. Each eye feather was fitted with a green Swarowski crystal before attached as embellishments to the costume itself. I debated for a while what head-accessory to create, from a retro hat to crown to feather fan, and ended up sewing a tiny hat from a made-up pattern and adding feathers to it. My wig was an old wig that I restyled and curled... I hope to do something better in the future.

The photos are taken by David Ng, and you can see the full costume gallery here: [link]

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Shoot date October 26th 2008

I made a Heavy Metal/Luis Royo inspired fantasy costume for a river shoot with Kevin Stewart and Brian Boling. We were channeling the Greek War Goddess Enyo.
In Atlanta in late October it was already freezing and I braved waist deep water this skin bearing outfit lol.

I really like this portrait Brian snapped at the end... maybe I look so pissed because I was frozen and ready to change XD?

The collar was made by Brian also, while I hand crafted the accessories like the hair pieces and gauntlets.
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Photo by Elvis Thompson
Shoot date was January 2006

I made this costume just for fun. I grew up on reading Chinese myth novels, and am a big fan of Chinese and Hong Kong Martial Art movies and TV shows. The women always look so beautiful, feminine yet could kick ass in a second! And their outfits were always so glam.
This shoot was inspired by all of the above... I even tried to do my make up based on the movies I've seen.
You can see the rest of the photos here:[link]
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I am posting photos from this set for the first time ever! Taken back in March 2007, the concept of this shoot is a tribute to the movie "Mad Max". I totally love the world of Mad Max, especially "Beyond The Thunder Dome"!

The costume was designed and created by me, between altering pieces from my wardrobe, making accessories like the shoulder pad, and throwing props on to my body last minute, like the gas mask.
The makeup is a scary but still glamorous look (I am wearing a white out contact in my right eye, but you can't see it that well in this shot). It's like, you're surviving in a desolate savage world, but still gotta look good. Lol.

Photo taken by Brian Boling [link] in Las Vegas, NV

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Photo by :iconshiroin:

Costume made and modeled by me

This was taken at Katsucon 2010, when Shiroin had a few minutes to do a quick shoot with me in my Nene Thomas artwork costume "Gothic Princess".

I love the lighting and composition! Thank you, Ricky!
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This particular project of mine got off to a bit of a bumpy creative start a few months back. No harm, no foul. Sometimes a specific project just needs to wait till it finds it's own way. Joseph Corsentino and I had a chance to discuss it after the Pyre Elemental and he promptly and enthusiastically declared a fit with his Time of the Faeries universe.

Funny thing is, my very first Test Shoot with Joesph was for a Steam Punk fae with Melody Gore back in Sept. 2006. Course, we didn't know Steam Punk then - just had an already full formed fascination for all things Jules Verne... and clockwork.

Anyway, back to yesterday. This is more a prosthetic build than a body paint. I'm pretty much at the point where I've got to start pre-fabrication and molding as opposed to on-the-model builds.

Joseph actually did 2 photo shoots with the same model. The first was for an existing character line and we got to bust out the VERY vintage wardrobe I've inherited from my Dust-bowl era Texas branch of the family tree. Then, my ornate faberge trinket concept dovetailed perfectly into a pygmalianesque chapter. As always, I'm looking forward to what Joseph does with the character.

I'd called in face painter Donna Hofstee to assist and she was joined rather spontaneously (by me pleading) by ~StuftZombie, ^quietchildae and *RestemaIII who were catching up and hanging out.

The day unfolded quite wonderfully. ~Zathros fielded the usual technical and hosting duties. *RestemaIII got to talk vintage lighting. ^quietchildae got to bail me out on fabric draping:.... my cousin (and fellow ToF model) brought by a friend... and everyone got to talk enough Geek to make my head spin.

Yes. Henry Rollins IS Cable.

Production Notes:
Bald Cap
Gelatin prosthetics.
Traditional and Airbrush body paint

Glitter. Lots of Glitter.
Everywhere.

In Everything.
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Wendi as a Succubus? I think that's what she is cosplaying.
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I'm sitting at the airport heading off to Japan and China for a month so this comment will be super short.

Costume is based on Mark Brooks' gorgeous Scarlet Witch statue for Sideshow Collectibles. I made my humble rendition for Megacon 2010. Photo by Carl Cunningham. Many more to come hopefully.

I lost a bit of weight after making the bodysuit so it fit weird at the show. Must fix for San Diego Comic Con!
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Photo by LJinto

Costume: Scarlet Witch (Marvel)
Based on Mark Brooks` artwork: [link]

Made and modeled by Yaya Han (moi)

Debuted at Megacon 2010
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Supernatural inspired lolita. Crowley style. ღ I adore this hero and the way he behave: strong and charismatic. 

(ノ◕ヮ◕ )ノ*:・゚✧

Photos by my dear :iconicyirena:. (icy.gallery.ru/)
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Supernatural inspired lolita. Crowley style. ღ I adore this hero and the way he behave: strong and charismatic. 

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My favourite hero. ^3^ I like Doctor Watson style. *_*
Photos by :iconicyirena:. ([link])
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Lolita outfit inspired by my favorite Legolas. :heartpinkglow: 
Photo by Maria Terekhova. (vk.com/mariya_terekhova)
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Costume: Samara (Asari Justicar)

From: Mass Effect 2 & 3

Model: Rana McAnear (Character Face Model)

© Photograph by: Brian Lee Flores
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The entire Dragon Huntress costume....with me in it...*blush* don't mind me or my posing skills, shoo, look at the outfit!
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This Friday we'll be off to Castlefest, celebrating our pagan, hippy, overall weirdness and with that goes a costume! This year I decided to be a sort of Dragon Huntress. The overskirt took about an entire day do get done. It's not really a skirt but more a sort of double belt with three flaps on it. I'm planning on using it more often so I guess the trinkets are just a start and Í'll be collecting more of them over time.
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The Dragon Huntress pants for my castlefest costume. Credits go to my mom, she's magic with a sowing machine!
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Wool with linen lining.
leaves are made of suede leather.
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This is probably my favorite shot from the photoshoot I did with Judy Stephens :iconthedreamerworld: Amazing lighting and composition. Very va va voom.

The costume my latex version of Black Cat from Spiderman. For SDCC I added an underbust corset to the costume to help hold the zipper up and for extra stability in wearing the suit for a long time and during a photoshoot where I had to climb, sit, recline and do action poses. Latex in public always makes me nervous as it is rubber that can tear O_o;.
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From the photoshoot I did with Judy Stephens :iconthedreamerworld: I love the Exit Only sign in the background - face Black Cat and there is no return haha!

The costume my latex version of Black Cat from Spiderman. For SDCC I added an underbust corset to the costume to help hold the zipper up and for extra stability in wearing the suit for a long time and during a photoshoot where I had to climb, sit, recline and do action poses. Latex in public always makes me nervous as it is rubber that can tear O_o;.
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Preview from a photoshoot with Leonard [link] at SDCC!

The costume my latex version of Black Cat from Spiderman. For SDCC I added an underbust corset to the costume to help hold the zipper up and for extra stability in wearing the suit for a long time and during a photoshoot where I had to climb, sit, recline and do action poses. Latex in public always makes me nervous as it is rubber that can tear O_o;.
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Me as Wanda Maximoff aka the Scarlet Witch at San Diego Comic Con 2010.

Costume made by me, photo by the ever so fabulous Judith Stephens :iconthedreamerworld:

I am also featured on Marvel's SDCC costume report by Judy!
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Me as Wanda Maximoff aka the Scarlet Witch at San Diego Comic Con 2010. I love the cape swoosh in this shot!

Costume made by me, photo by the ever so fabulous Judith Stephens :iconthedreamerworld:

I am also featured on Marvel's SDCC costume report by Judy!
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