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Elsa Train Tutorial Part 1

I bought 5m blue organza fabric, a lot of glitter (40ml in diamont colour)  and fabric glue (I took one to spray but I don’t recommend that because it never really dried and my train is now full of dirt and blurred glitter. It is not as bad as it sounds).

I didn’t made any pattern for my train but it worked out :D.

In total my train has 5 pieces, after cutting them out I sealed each one with a zig zag stitch with small width so the seam is not that visible. You have to be very careful with the fabric, mine unravelled fast. For the middle piece I took my folded fabric and pinned it to the middle of my puppets back. Then I just cut it out as I thought it would look good and like Elsas train, I unfolded the fabric and pinned it again to the puppets back. For the next two pieces I took the folded fabric (so I have the same piece for each side), pinned the upper edge to one side of the puppets back and the side of the fabric to the side of the middle piece so they have the same length. Then I just cut it out and sewed the two new pieces to each side of the middle one with a zig zag stitch. After that I did the same thing with the last two pieces.

In the second picture you can see my finished train.

I made a lot different fold snowflakes (while I was watching Dr Who). There are many patterns at google pictures how to cut out the folded paper. The easier ones I made up. Look out that the paper you use is not too thick because it gets hard to cut through all the layers.

But you can’t use those snowflakes for the lower part of the train. You have to use them as stencils to cut the snowflakes out of paper as you can see in the next picture.

First I sprayed the glue to the fabric and then put the stencil on it. Next I poured glitter over it and pulled of the stencil. With that glue it was easy to get the stencil off but I would try that on a different piece of fabric first.

And that is my lower part of my train.

After I started the upper part with the other stencils I ran out of glue and the convention was close, so I didn’t made it to buy a second can. 

I will post some pictures when I finished it and some of the pattern I made for the rest of the upper part. And I hope I can find a solution for my ‘the glue does not dry’ problem.


Alexander Williams Animation Tutorials

Body Language for animators

Former Disney Animator, Alex Williams, explains how to show weight in animation.

Alex Williams is the son of ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’ Animation Direction, Richard Williams and is currently Head of the animation school at Bucks New University. His animation work has featured in such films as ‘The Iron Giant’, ‘The Lion King’ & ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’

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Hi everyone! Now i want show you how i made Princess Anna’s skirt :)

At first I’ve drawn the semicircles on a light blue cloth and I cut them… then I glued them on the simple blue skirt that I had previously done…

The next step was to recreate the drawings of flowers: first I’ve painted them with a white color base and then I colored them with green, pink and light blue colors.

I’m very glad of the result because it is like the skirt of the movie :D 

I hope you enjoy it!! :)

Tutorial Tuesday: Turning a Thrift Store Dress Shirt into Anna's Adventure Undershirt! (Part 1)

Hi guys! Welcome to my first ever tutorial, which I am dubbing Tutorial Tuesday! On this Tutorial Tuesday, I’ll show you the very simple process I used to turn a $2 blue button down collared dress shirt into Anna’s adventure undershirt from “Frozen.” :)

If you’re anything like me, the prospect of putting in buttons and buttonholes still puts you on edge, even if you have an automatic buttonholer on your machine. I started out with a stretch turtleneck as my original undershirt for Anna, but it lacked all of the details and the Mandarin style collar that is so popular in the movie’s wardrobe design. So what to do?? Well, I went to Goodwill and found a blue button down shirt that went nicely with my color scheme and modified it just a bit to look more like Anna’s! See how under the cut. Warning: many many pictures to follow! 

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Drawing KORRRRA! This was probably one of my favorite episodes so far. Please enjoy the frozen yogurt Ice cream!!


When I saw Arendelle citizens celebrating St. Lucia Day in “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure” I had to make this edit with queen Elsa. Read more about the Scandinavian Christmas tradition HERE.

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askadisneycharacter  asked:

Hi, I love your blog! I was wondering if you could do one of those information posts (makeup, poses, etc) about Elsa? I'm going to cosplay as her, and I think it would help my portrayal as her :) if you've already done it, don't worry about it, I just can't search on mobile. Thank you so much! x

Hi there!

Thank you for the kind words! I hope you’re still okay with this coming so, so late. I apologise for how long it’s taken to get to you!!


Whenever Elsa poses, she always has one hand up in the air, poised like in the movie poster and she’s gracefully floating snowflakes in the air. Her hand should be about level with her face. In this photo you can see as well her other hand stays down by her side straight, with her fingers directly towards the ground.


In this picture below you can see better how she positions her dress. Make sure the cape is splayed out behind, and you’re standing on an angle for the best shot of the dress and her hair (over the shoulder closest to the camera), and tilt your head on an angle so that the lighting hits your highlighter/sparkles the best.


In a profile picture that’s a bit closer up, like this picture below, instead of her second hand towards the floor, she crosses it over herself and rests her other arm on that arm. This is also a helpful pose if your arm’s getting a bit tired after a long day of posing!


A great dramatic shot - good for cosplaying photoshoots - is one when when she spreads her cape out behind her and then looks over her shoulder with her typical hand gesture.


If you ever end up cosplaying with someone as Anna, then they have 2 typical poses. This one is simple; standing facing each other, both hands joined, one leg sticking out.


The other pose is Elsa’s regular pose, but back to back with Anna and her arm that is down is holding onto hers, just like in this photo here.



Elsa’s makeup look is a lot of fun! Think cool undertones of purple, glitter, and lots of highlighting for that Elsa-angled face. This picture here is a great one to work off. Elsa’s lipstick is also good to work off here. Definitely use liner, and some decide to line a bit of a sharper point at the middle point of her bottom lip to help with Elsa’s smile a bit. Most often Elsa wears a blush pink lipstick.


In this picture here you can see that she doesn’t use too much blush to keep the pale, natural Elsa look. And she uses a pigmented highlighter or just plain sparkles in a ‘c’ over the top of her cheekbone and under her eyebrows. Don’t be afraid to pack on the sparkles! Primer is helpful to make sure the sparkles/highlighter stays on for longer - especially if you have a long day cosplaying.


This photo here is good to see her eye makeup properly, which is important as it defines the Elsa look. She uses a basic purple over the lid, and a darker indigo blended into the crease. It also helps to outline the extended cat eye look. This is then the base for the liquid eyeliner across the whole lid and extending past that. You can extend the eye for a dramatic look, like here, or go for a much softer look like the photo above. It really depends on how it looks on you. You can also lighten the tones in the colours and bring the shadow in the crease down a bit for a bit of a lighter, more natural look. Usually Elsa wears false eye lashes, as well. This more dramatic look is usually her parade look as her makeup needs to be seen from further away, but it may be a look that works better for you; experiment and see how you go.


Makeup Tutorials

This makeup tutorial here is an easy, simple look which is great to start off with if you’re new to cosplaying or makeup.

I love the eye makeup in this tutorial, I think it brings Elsa into more lifelike state.

And this is the glamorous tutorial for Elsa’s makeup. If you’re really into makeup and want a dramatic look, then this is a good one to go with. This is also the tutorial that will give you the best parade-style Elsa look above.

Or you can always blend some together and create your own look! Play around and see what you like and what works best for you; taking into account your colouring, the shape of your face and what you feel best in.

Tips for Portraying Elsa

  • Elsa is the epitome of a queen. She holds herself tall, walks with purpose, and her movements are light. She’s extremely graceful; think about how graceful her powers are, they’re a reflection of her character. This video of her in the parade is great to get down her walk - especially the way she uses her cape to add a little drama.
  • When she’s standing still, if she’s not talking or gesturing the pose she’ll come back to is folding her hands neatly in front of her.
  • She loves to laugh and play games with Anna and the kids who come to visit them.
  • Anna is her best friend; they share jokes, laugh a lot together, tease and look out for each other; that’s the basis of their relationship if you’re ever cosplaying with Anna.
  • When Elsa’s with Anna they’ll often talk about chocolate, making ice sculptures or ice skating
  • Otherwise Elsa likes to tell stories about her adventures with Anna, Olaf, and Kristoff.


  • This video is great to note down Elsa’s movements, especially when she’s talking.
  • This one’s good to emulate her voice and her conversation topics, especially with Anna.
  • This is a great classic Elsa to note down her posture and movements and conversation
  • And here’s a mixtures of meet and greets to watch for some more tips, and just for fun.

I’m sorry this has taken soo long to get to you; I need to learn to minimise the amount of requests I get otherwise it takes a million years for me to get back to you! But I hope this is still helpful. If there’s anything I’ve missed please let me know! Thanks for the request and have a magical day! :) x

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Brought some early “Frozen” concept art of evil Elsa to life. :D

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Last October I created a series of Twisted Disney Princesses for the Velour Lashes pop-up event. Many of you have requested tutorials for each of the looks.
I have already produced a tutorial for Belle from Beauty & The Beast, which can be found on my channel. And next, I’ll be showing you how to achieve my Cinderella look!

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