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Kurousagi Mondaiji-tachi cosplay costume

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Detail view on my selfmade Kurousagi costume :3!
Everything is made by me. The fabrics are cotton, polyester and tüll.
The skirt has a sewed in petticoat, too.


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Hakufu Sonsaku Costume (Ikkitousen) by Calssara Alter Saber Costume (Fate/Hollow Ataraxia) by Calssara Himari Costume (Mawaru Penguin Drum) by Calssara  Sumia Armors (Fire Emblem Awakening) by Calssara Kurousagi - Mondaiji-tachi ga isekai kara kuru sou by Calssara
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Eufii's avatar
EufiiStudent Artist
can I have your pattern on this costume?
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CalssaraHobbyist Artisan Crafter
Sorry I do not sell my patterns
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oOSharonOoHobbyist Digital Artist
I'd like to ask if the black part of your costume is the tüll you mentioned in the description. Also, when you say "cotton, polyester", you mean those as separate fabrics for separate parts of the costume or cotton and polyester together being the fabric for, for example, the skirt?

I don't know if I made myself clear and also my english is not very good, so excuse me if you have problems understanding my message. And thanks for answering if you do~
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CalssaraHobbyist Artisan Crafter
tüll is the fluffy fabric that is use for ballerina petticoats ^^...I used it under the skirt to make it fluffier. www.organza-shop.de/out/pictur…

Cotton/polyester-mix fabric ^^. feels very soft and is not wrinklish so fast.
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oOSharonOoHobbyist Digital Artist
Oooh, I see, thank you. I was watching for good materials that would fit an Akemi Homura costume I'm attempting to do. And I saw your shots and thought the fabric you used in your costume would work fine for it too, I'm gonna try it. Thanks for answering, I think it did really help me choosing the materials... it's gonna be my first cosplay after all ^^U
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CalssaraHobbyist Artisan Crafter
yes the best is to go in the fabric store and feel the fabrics :)! there you see the best if it could it or not.
I just really love this fabric, because it does not get so wrinklish when i transport it in a suitcase.
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Riroku-samaProfessional Traditional Artist
Great work!! Clap 
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CalssaraHobbyist Artisan Crafter
thank you very much ^^
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Riroku-samaProfessional Traditional Artist
Your allways welcome ;)
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Amazing craftsmanship.
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CalssaraHobbyist Artisan Crafter
thanks a lot :3
OnyxSky-Cosplay's avatar
I love when you post these! It's nice to be able to see some of the details of your costumes up close ^_^.  You do such beautiful work!
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CalssaraHobbyist Artisan Crafter
very happy you like it ^.^
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LenMomonoHobbyist General Artist
so cute and you fit ok for bunnies n.n
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CalssaraHobbyist Artisan Crafter
thanks a lot :3
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donwhittHobbyist Digital Artist
Love your work. I know you've spent hours on your wonderful creations. I'm so glad you used the natural light to illuminate your work that you have done here. Brilliant styled costumes.
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