Taako Cosplay Tutorial Masterpost
Otakon was a great time for catching up with friends and swapping stories. As geeks that also meant sharing fandom recommendations. My roommate and I were browsing the stalls of the artist alley and came across the Cut/Sew Patternmaking booth. She had just finished describing to me her newest go-to commute podcast-The Adventure Zone- and we decided to strike a deal. If she got one of the Limited Edition Taako patterns, I would make the costume. This was a unique challenge in
How To Create Cosplays Faster
We are still full-swing in the middle of convention season and with conventions comes the dreaded con-crunch. Here are a few tips to maximize your cosplay efficiency to get that costume done on time. Gather Supplies In Advance- Make sure you have everything you need to complete a project on hand before you begin. This allows for maximum crafting time instead of having to start and stop working every time you need to run to the store for more thread. Yaya Han has stated multip
How Much Fabric Do You Need for a Cosplay?
One of the most frequent questions I get asked is “How much fabric do I need for X project?” Well, to be perfectly honest most of the time I can’t answer that. Here’s why. Everyone has a unique shape and body size. A costume that fits me may not fit you, so even if I say that it took me 7 yards of fabric to make my Krul cosplay you may need less/more than that amount. Also, the amount of fabric required varies based on the width of the fabric itself. Most fabrics range from 4