that's so cosplay

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He’s almost done

Got in one last cosplay test before finishing Junkrat up to make sure everything corresponds and is all wearable together ok, just in case anything needs to be changed before it’s too late. (Everything so far is good!). Just needs a few more detail things and the peg leg then he will be DONE

i’m actually really proud of sarah from the amazing world of gumball because even though she’s annoying loOK WHAT HAPPENED TO HER ART

1ST EPISODE FEATURED AROUND HER

AND THEN IN THE EPISODE “THE COMIC” SHE DREW FUCKIN THIS I’M SO DAMN PROUD????

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“Oh, of course you liked the wedding…You’re Steven, you love “schmaltz”. “

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The hat is finished.  

I can’t wait to cosplay this character soon. Next to Cobra Bubbles, Dr. Facilier wil be my other Disney cosplay.  Sinnce i’ll be keeping my hair straightened, i figured that this will be perfect for my take on the character. 

SOON! 

are getting married, we know

Hope everyone had a merry Christmas and enjoyed the Doctor Who Christmas Special. I went to Hurricane Who’s party as Christmas Clara (left those randier antlers at home though). I fully intended to come entirely clothed, the writers seemed to have other ideas though.  That always seems to happen to me for some reason. Anyways I’ll probably get some pictures from yesterday up tomorrow (or today depending on what time zone you live in).  Happy Holidays! 

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Harle gloves, complete!

These took pretty much a whole day. I’m really bad at sewing the gussets on machine, so I hand basted it all before taking them in on the machine (because I have absurdly tiny hands and glove patterns don’t fit). 

Top row of images is the finished gloves, unworn and worn. I like the pop of bright red against my patterned cushion haha

Bottom row is progress on the gloves. I didn’t take any of the gloves before sewing them or in the middle of sewing them, but I took one after the gloves were done before adding the petals (far right). The far left image is how many petals I needed to cut (4 per petal x 4 petals x 2 gloves = 32 pieces), plus a piece of stabilizer in each petal. Center is the petal pattern. The curved seam in the middle allows them to “cup” a bit rather than just being flat. 

The petals are self lined and sewn down the center seam to keep them in shape. They’re sewn to the gloves pointed downwards, and then folded back on themselves and tacked at the corners and the center seam. This both hides the edge under the petal (they’re all finished with a zig zag, and the gloves themselves are hemmed) and allows them to stand upright a bit more than if I had just sewn them flat to the gloves, and has only minimal visible stitching. 

These are the most ridiculous gloves.

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“Charming, yet terrible…”

(Brick!inspired) Enjolras | Montparnasse