As cosplayers, we’re living through an extraordinary golden age of knowledge and creativity. A handful of amazing humans in the community have gone above and beyond with their generosity and added their perspective, skills, and enthusiasm to the permanent record by inscribing their years-earned knowledge into books designed to help new makers dive into the craft. I was overjoyed when …
I built an RAC Blade Runner blaster kit AND repainted the squirt gun version. Here’s some side by side shots of the two props for your enjoyment.
For my Destiny Titan costume undersuit, I bought the Jalie skinsuit PDF pattern, drew the suit in Photoshop, and used Fabric on Demand to print…
Patreon can be a really amazing method for creators to get paid for their work straight from the people who enjoy said work.
I’ve had trouble getting the correct scale when designing and re-making space guns from video games, so I’ve come up with a fool proof way to scale prop guns.
Here’s my replica prop build videos for the District 9 Rifle!
Here is the roadmap to turning your creative passion into a full time career.
Check the list below for how-to content on each of these costumes!
Pepakura, also called “paper craft”, is a handy tool to add to your cosplay arsenal.
I was inspired to make a battle armor version of She-Ra!