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Scarlet Witch part 1 (wandavision)

Source: https://images.app.goo.gl/8sLwmAt1DsRBkmX37 I've decided to cosplay the wandavision finale Scarlet Witch. And I usually do journaling for my cosplays, and thought this journaling process would make a great first blog post! I hope you agree. So without further adieu, here's a plus size guide to making Scarlet Witch: I always break down large projects like… Continue reading Scarlet Witch part 1 (wandavision)

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Keyleth staff tutorial

Welcome back to another tutorial! This one is for a staff, specifically my version of Keyleth's staff from critical role. Please feel free to use this as a guide and make it your own. To start, determine how tall you want your staff to be. Keep in mind that the top part is curved and… Continue reading Keyleth staff tutorial

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Winter Veth Headdress

First tutorial of the year! How exciting! I'm kicking off the year with a tutorial for how I made my Winter Veth headdress. First, measure your head. Cut a piece of stiff wire and foam to that size. Hot glue wire in-between the foam, creating the band. Mark where the top of your ears are… Continue reading Winter Veth Headdress

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Keyleth Belt

Next up on my Keyleth tutorial series is her belt. I made the belt just like I made the bracers, so this tutorial will be very similar to that, but I'm writing it just in case anyone needs to see the visuals. First, wrap yourself or your dress form (set to your measurements) in plastic… Continue reading Keyleth Belt

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Magnetic Antlers Tutorial

Does your Cosplay need some antlers? Let's make some magnetic ones that snap right to your wig! These are super light weight and small. If you want to make them bigger, you need to use a different attachment, either a headband, or even a screw with a headband underneath the wig. I made these twice,… Continue reading Magnetic Antlers Tutorial

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Keyleth Bracers Tutorial

Let's make some bracers for Keyleth! These will also work for any woodsy, elf type character, and are totally customizable. Let's get going! Whenever I make armor, I use the duct tape method. Wrap your forearm in plastic wrap, then duct tape. Next, sketch a basic outline for your bracers. It doesn't have to be… Continue reading Keyleth Bracers Tutorial