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Every year I come up with a couple of costumes for anime expo, Halloween and etc-and I try to get better as I do projects. Here is a slideshow of some of my costumes-I'll have to add my Queen-of-hearts one for this year as soon as I take a picture. I am always trying to learn to do new kinds of crafts and new kinds of techniques for costume making-so any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!!
Hi! I'm in love with the deku<br> scrub and I am bursting at the seems with <br>ideas. I was just wondering how you got <br>the head so perfect? Like did you make it out of <br>cardboard then poster paper on top and finally paint? <br>I'm really curious on how you made it cuz I'll probably<br>End up cosplaying the same thing haha. Would you be<br>Willing to post a step by step on the head? Just in the <br>Comments would be fine. Much appreciated!<br>
Sorry for the late reply. Yes that is essentially it. I got the pattern from a papercraft website and resized it. The costume has been fixed up after it got damaged when our garage was flooded with water a few years ago. I have since then made the leaves out of foam and have reinforce the inside with expandable foam insulation. Oh and I replaced the eyes with spray painted plastic Christmas ornaments. Here is a picture of what it currently looks like: http://fc04.deviantart.net/fs71/f/2011/253/e/a/deku_scrub_by_kiffakitty-d49fj8m.jpg
I love the deku one.. Simply outstanding.
I love the greyscale one, it's gorgeous! I'm also jealous of the Haunter and the Yoshi. :D
I love the idea of having fake legs hang off the Yoshi. Awesomness!!!
Deku shrub, for the win
Your costumes are fantastic and very fun. Keep doing it! I love to make costumes as well but typically don't find time to make them for myself these days. The kids are always well dressed for Halloween though!
thanks!

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