Costumer, armorer, and all around chill human. Feel free to watch me mash supplies together!
I love armor! It's cumbersome and hot, but there's nothing like finishing a set in EVA foam or worbla. Recently I've been trying out new techniques like mold making and 3D printing.
A classic valuable skill! I had to learn to sew from scratch, but now every cosplay I make has some amount of custom sewing, even if it's just making undersuits or hidden pockets.
A perfect build only comes to life with the right decoration. My background in art has been a huge help when it comes to finishing my props and costumes properly.
While I definitely prefer to leave the actual photography to the pros, I edit almost all of my raw photos. Good photos are an essential resource for every level of cosplayer!
So far, everything I wear - I made! I am a maker more than I am a model, and my true love for cosplay will always be in the creation of a one-of-a-kind piece if wearable artwork. Because everything was made for me, I am unfortunately not planning on selling any of my costumes.
There are so many amazing cosplayers online with great tutorials, I suggest you watch some creators on youtube like Evil Ted or Kamui Cosplay before you ask me for help. I'm always flattered, but that's how I learned! Unless you have a very specific question to how I made something, you're probably better off following a master and trying techniques out for yourself.
Yes and no. My own costumes and travelling for cons keeps me pretty busy, so for example I'm not able to make you a custom set of N7 armor. Feel free to contact me if you have a smaller-scale project you'd like a quote on.
Hells yeah. I love talking about what I love to do! HMU and we'll talk.
Seishun Con February 9 - February 11
Momocon May 24 - May 27