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Cosplay Tutorial - Tutorial List

Cosplay Tutorial - Tutorial List

Inception: Jeffrey Kurland Costume Q&A | Clothes on Film Perhaps the most mind-churning mainstream film of recent years, Inception is testament to the power of great costume design. Not only does it look sumptuous, thanks to all those 3 pc suits and silk ties, but because of costume designer Jeffrey Kurland and director Christopher Nolan’s commitment to clothing serving an implicit function, Inception is at least partially decipherable by what the characters wear. The screen is filled with costume clues to interpret. Jeffrey Kurland has been costume designer on thirty seven feature films, including Ocean’s Eleven (2001) and Collateral (2004), though Inception is his first collaboration with Chris Nolan. Clothes on Film, Chris: Was it your intention to give each character a signature look, e.g. Jeffrey Kurland: I set out, as I always do, to design all of the costumes for Inception to best serve the emotional and physical needs of each of the characters. Tom Hardy’s watch as Eames was an antique piece. With thanks to Jeffrey Kurland.

Cosplay manuals. How to make neko / cat ears (nekomimi)? Many beginners in cosplay know about such cute creatures as neko girls or guys, who are different from common people by having cat ears, tails or even paws sometimes. You can meet plenty of people cosplaying these cute creatures at anime festivals. Anyway, it’s very simple to make nice neko ears by hand. For that we need: - Fur, aka main material. - Some pink fabric; - Thin headband; - Threads, needles, scissors, etc. Patience may also be added to this list, for those who do not get along very well with the needle. Draw an ear in pencil on paper to begin with. Go over the outline with marker. Neatly cut out the pieces. I decided to make a double stitch to fix pink fabric tight. By the way, don’t sew up the base of the ear. Turn what you got right side out and make the other ear in the same way. Now take the headband and leftover fur. As experience shows, it’s better to sew up the fur right on the headband, with the right side of the fur facing you. You are supposed to get a furry headband.

Geek Crafts | Where geek and crafts collide Kimono Flea Market Ichiroya 10th Doctor Sonic Screwdriver Exclusive Programmable TV Remote Fashioning Technology: A DIY Intro to Smart Crafting (Craft: Projects) (9780596514372): Syuzi Pakhchyan MiLadys' Wardrobe xx Black Gothic Lolita Online! - Are you from Canada ? Please select your language: Most PopularNew ArrivalsPriceMost ReviewsVideo 148 results in Gothic Showing Results 1 - 36 of 148 148 results in Toothless amigurumi pattern Here is my free pattern for my Toothless amigurumi -- while I designed and created everything in this photo, the instructions for the wings and tail fins that I post here were finalized by other people who kindly allowed me to share them, as I felt they worked better than mine, and the tail is a free pattern from another crochet blog, credited below. I used worsted weight yarn and a size F/3.75 mm hook. I was able to make all the pieces with 1 skein of Vanna's Choice yarn. Important: in the instructions for the body, when I say "inc 2," I mean single crochet 3 into the same single crochet, so you are essentially increasing by two stitches in the same stitch instead of one. Body: R1. Fasten off, you don't need to leave a long tail for sewing. Head: R1. Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing, then stuff the head. I like to sew the body and the head together at this point. *Toes: To make a toe, HDC 5 in the same st. Front legs (make 2): R1. Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing.