Alex I 19I Cosplayer
Welcome to the cosplay blog of moriartyisking. I'm a college student who cosplays in my free time. Brace yourself for a lot of WIP pictures on this blog! My ask box is always open if you have questions!
Neat thing I found :3
♕ A Crown for a King; A Rose for a Queen
If there’s one event that the fashionistas of Westeros are all looking forward to, it’ll be the big, royal wedding between Joffrey Baratheon and Margaery Tyrell.
"It was majestic, it was shimmering," said Jack Gleeson, who played the teenage despot. "I think that’s what Joffrey likes, something ostentatious and grand."
But there are hints everywhere — even in the complementary crowns made for the king and his bride — that Joffrey is getting more than he bargained for with Margaery. Dornish roses are creeping stealthily around and over Joffrey’s crown; and then, there’s also the small matter of Margaery’s wedding dress. Every rose has its thorn, and the bride’s extravagant rosette skirt gives way to a decidedly dangerous bodice. x
When I say “working on a cosplay” half the time I mean I laid the pattern out, cleaned the floor, and then got distracted by tumblr.
Appleloosa Pinkie Pie!
lordmorans I made a crappy version of the thing. Conclusion: it’s doable but would work better with different fabric and actual embroidery thread. And actually having enough blue thread for all the letters would actually help…
Though it isn’t too bad if you aren’t super close to it I guess.
This seamless trim technique is a method I’ve been using for years to add custom trim to my costumes without any top-stitching at all. Similar in a way to bias tape, but with many key differences in implementation and results. No one taught me this technique, but now I’m teaching it to you! Please read through all the instructions below before asking any further questions, and happy trim-making! C:
Stretchy Bootcover Tutorials by Mokuyo
View the full tutorial here: