Last night I finished another commission piece! It’s a Sophie Hatter cosplay dress, a character from the animated film Howl’s Moving Castle. I’ve cosplayed as this character myself in the past, so this was my second time around making this dress. It’s a fairly simple design, with a very forgiving fit, so I was very Read more about Completed Sophie Hatter Commission Dress[…]
Here are some shots of a Princess Kraehe cosplay wig commission that I just finished and shipped out this week. It was my first experience with a heat-resistant wig, which were much less common back in my wig-wearing days. The material was lovely–soft, shiny, easy to work with, and very thick! The wig came from Read more about Princess Kreahe Cosplay Wig Commision[…]
I have progress shots of the Viking age hood that I’m making! This hood follows the same popular pattern of the one excavated from Skold harbor (Skjoldehamn), on the Norwegian island of Andoya in 1936. The self is a waxed canvas, and the lining is a “luxury” fleece from Joann’s. This fleece is unbelievably soft and plush. Read more about Skjoldehamn Viking Hood Work in Progress[…]
Granite Con was a blast once again! As always, the variety of vendors, good programming, and unrivaled access to guests of honor made this another memorable year of convention-going in Manchester. This year’s convention had an unofficial Star Wars theme, and so, on fairly short notice, my friends and I whipped up some costumes to Read more about Star Wars, Belly Dance, and Granite State Comic Con[…]
Want to see all the sweet patterns I scored at Joann’s annual $1 Simplicity pattern sale? I know you do. What am I going to do with all these patterns? I am going to sew so many things! At $1 per pattern, when they normally retail for $15-$20, how could I resist? The best time Read more about Pattern Haul[…]
This past weekend Kelley and I attended Granite State Comicon as vending artists in their Artist’s Alley and Dealer’s room. I had a wonderful time and met some really cool people! With Halloween coming up, many of you asked if I had a store online or made custom masks. Yes, and yes! I sell my Read more about Post-Granite State Comicon[…]
This weekend (Saturday and Sunday), Kelley and I will be exhibiting and selling our wares at Granite State Comicon! You can find us in the Artist’s Alley, booth number 907. I’ve included a map below with our table circled. Granite Con will be held at the Radisson Center of New Hampshire, 700 Elm Street, Manchester on Read more about Granite State Comic Con[…]
Renaissance Fair Season is upon us! I love spending a day out in the woods with the fairies and jesters, celebrating the late summertime magic. The first Fair on my list is King Richard’s in Carver Mass, and to make sure I make the most of my Fair day, I am adding a few new Read more about Preparing for King Richards Faire[…]
Remember all of those fairs I have been vending at? Well, I have accumulated a bit of new work that I haven’t had a chance to photograph and share with everyone due to the chaos of fair preparation. I still have lots on my plate, but now that two back-to-back events are done with, I Read more about Spring Leather[…]
I also want to let everyone know about the new masks that I have listed on Etsy. All handmade and one-of-a-kind. Click on an image to be taken to the listing. Also available in the Etsy store is the option to add ribbon or a suede cord to any of these masks to make them Read more about Masks on Etsy[…]
This week I have added several new items to the Etsy shop, including three new, and very different bracers! All hand-made and one-of-a-kind, these bracers are cut from the highest quality vegetable tanned leather. This study yet flexible material insures that these bracers will fit any arm (of the intended gender for which they were Read more about Bracers on Etsy[…]
Hey Everyone, Long time no see. I have been busy getting ready for the Holidays, finishing up my holiday open houses, and of course, making some of my first large scale leather armor pieces. My Etsy shop is finally filling up with the sorts of impressive armor I aim to be known for. All the Read more about Large Leather Armor[…]
In less than two weeks, over 140 local artists of Lowell, MA will open their doors to the public for the 12th annual Lowell Open Studios Event. With over fifteen studio locations throughout the heart of Lowell, this two day event is a great opportunity for the community to buy original and reproduced artworks straight Read more about Lowell Open Studios, October 6th & 7th, 2012.[…]
I am now accepting commissions on wig styling, costume design, & costume construction, and I have added a special new page to my website with details and rates. I have been cosplaying for nine years, and always make my own costumes, wigs, and props. Now that I am out of school, I have time to Read more about Costume Design & Wig Commissions Accepted[…]
Read the full post and watch the videos of my interviews on the cosplay blog!
The long awaited X-men Photoshoot from Connecticon 2011 has been posted to the cosplay blog, here. Along with the photoshoot, I have completed and published the new X-23 costume page, which details how I made my costume, and showcases the best pictures taken of my creation at the Convention.
For anyone who follows my costume work, the long awaited pictures from the Howl’s Moving Castle photoshoot are in. You can view the full shoot on my cosplay blog, here. I’ve also updated the Sophie Hatter costume page with more pictures.
Our newly formed cosplay group, Meta Cosplay, had a wonderful time being interviewed by Nerd Caliber . Watch the video below or follow the link to their site. To see more on my Sophie costume, visit the page!
I have finally updated the page for my Sophie costume! It now has a costume description and pictures!! Though there are more pictures to come soon. I’m waiting to get photos back from our super cool photoshoot. 😎 When I have those pictures I will be sure to post them right away. But in the Read more about Sophie Hatter Page Update[…]
I finally have enough pictures of my Sheik costume where I feel I am ready for a critique. I plan to fix up this costume for Connecticon and future cons to come. If you have any suggestions for me on how I can improve, please Critique my costume on the Cosplay.com Forums or by commenting on Read more about Costume Critique[…]
Anime Boston is over and I have finally been able to update the costume page for Sheik (Super Smash Brothers: Brawl) with new pictures and information. You can take a look at: http://shaunartcosplay.wordpress.com/completed-costumes/video-game-original-design-cosplay/sheik-super-smash-brother-brawl/ Look foreword to my upcoming review of Anime Boston 2010.