há 6 minutostrashboat999trashboat999
FandomTrash (há 11 horas) #19204124if anyone decides to sell her for under $185 w/o a leaning problem, please PM me! I don't care about the condition o for the box or the plastic wrapping (as long as there is one).

há 9 minutosMaakieMaakie
Moro (2 dias atrás) #19157704THAT'S good. I can only handle a small amount of "total failure after a lot of work" before I get completely discouraged so I'm glad it was only small pieces that you had to redo.
That sounds like a good method, since the vest piece is technically loose it's just strategically placed, so the only solution is to fix it in place.
I've never worked with stretchy fabric, but I have sewn long pile fake fur before and let me tell you that was some AGGRAVATING BULLSHIT. Despite using a nice sewing machine with heavy duty needle, I still broke 3 needles in that process. It was a nightmare. You can't really tell from the final product (San's white fur cape, from Princess Mononoke) but it took ages to get the simple thing to look acceptable.
Well if you have some people to vouch for a group that's a little different. In that case and as long as you basically stay away from actual fandoms it might be all right. I had no idea cosplay.com forum was a hugbox, I had always heard the opposite :O that people were really cliquey and fought a lot and stuff. Maybe that was a long time ago and all those people have left.
I don't use FB either, actually the only social media I consistently use now is Twitter since that's where all my friends are.
Thanks! The gun took quite some work, a lot of layering silver paint, then black wash, then a brighter silver, then a black wash again, until it had the correct look. Barbatos was a much simpler kit by comparison. And nope the flag actually came with Mika and Orga, it's part of their base but I thought it would look good for Barbatos to hold it! (By the way, are you caught up on s2? There's only a few episodes left.)
You've given up on it?? Why?
Wow that really does look on-model, if it wasn't for the content it could be mistaken for the official art! (The artist responsible for the Iron-Blooded Orphans manga that follows the anime has a twitter, and he also posts extra drawings and little sketches, mostly of Barbatos but lots of Mika and Orga as well... I love when official artists do this stuff.)


Here is some more Calne progress! :) No pictures of the bones yet, as I want to be further done with them before I post about them. ;) Here are the almost finished syringes! [ext link ]

Hrmm, with me it´s different. I can get really fed up and angry with something, but it is rarely that I completely drop making something. As a beginner cosplayer I actually made the mistake that when I did something wrong, I would just roll with it. Resulting in a lot of my old cosplays have one or multiple pieces that should not be viewed with human eyes, while the rest of the costume looks good, haha!

I rather not sew the vest together with the bodysuit, but attaching it like that is I think the best idea! A bit ´meh´ is that I like my work on the skirt a lot more than on the vest. I would actually like to (partially) re-do the vest maybe, but I think it's better if I first focus on making everything instead of nitpicking and re-doing (and getting frustrated by) the same parts.

*spits out drink* Haha, sorry, but was that was so enjoyable to read! :') I can understand your frustration! I had many needles breaking on me while sewing fake leather and jeans materials. The 'key' is slow sewing to me, which makes it even more tedious, but in my experience breaks less or no needles. I still have to admit that recently when I tried to adjust the size of a pair of my own jeans I broke two needles in the progress and was ANGRY. So unless you have access to industrial machines, this will stay a thing for your regular at-home sewing machines.

I sometimes see cosplayers in handmade-lot-of-fur outfits (like Monter Hunter costumes) and think hudfhdfskfhjdfns. HOW

Actually cosplay.com used to be a huge drama-lama place about 10 years ago, when it was one of the biggest places for at least USA cosplayers to meet each other and talk about upcoming cons and cosplays. When I joined cosplay.com (about 5 years ago or so?) it was already a lot calmed down. I think the biggest 'let's all move to Facebook'-movement was about 3-4 years ago. Not only cosplay.com, but you saw cosplayers moving from all kinds of cosplay communities to Facebook.

Nowadays it's 2 groups of people on cosplay.com: 1. Newbies (where nowadays there is a way more 'everything should be positive'-atmosphere between them compared to before) 2. Old members that are close and mainly reply on eachothers stuff not mixing much with newbies OR replying and being super positive to newbies.

I see the same also in a lot of other communities btw. The always-positive hugbox I mean. Especially with artists. Someone will post a drawing with the worst anatomy I've ever seen and ask for feedback and people replying will just say "Wow, how good! Keep on going!" without pointing out the obvious flaw everyone can see. Because you're rude if you do so... That's the internet at most places nowadays. I don't like unnecessary bashing, but if you can word your opinion or advice well, I don't see how it could be wrong to give someone feedback. Or in my case: Just vote which version makeup you liked best, grrr.

I've never really gotten into Twitter. People asked me a few times to make an account, but I don't think it's a good medium to posts cosplays or about figures. Maybe when I get more into J-Fashion it will be a good place to post.

Yeah, I see a lot of silver shades in the gun, that's why I pointed it out! :D

NO I'M NOT CAUGHT UP YET. NO SPOILERS PLS. I will try to soon take a day or 2 off and bingewatch all of s2 I haven't watched yet. I'm really looking forward to it! :D

I'm really bad with picking up new languages. :( I can only speak/write Dutch and English. I tried to learn multiple other languages actively in the past, like German and French, but I just...can't. I have a really bad memory. :( With Japanese I know basic conversation and cathphrases, but reading, oh my god no. When I took Japanese classes, I was okay with speaking and listening, but the parts with reading and writing...horrible. I just couldn't get myself to remember, no matter how much hours I studied. :(

Yeah, exactly that! *o* I love it when doujin-artist can get so close to the original manga/anime-art!

Aah! I remember the artist of FMA doing the same, with her getting really excited when the anime got a reboot! It's so cute to see artists following the anime about their own series~ I also love it when official artists do shout-outs to people making fanart of their stuff! Or when you see well-known artists following and/or replying other well-known artists works~
há 11 minutosskmmskmm
He would've been perfect if it was 1/7 as he's kinda tiny ^^ Though beggars can't be choosers
há 11 minutosgundamukgundamuk Lewd, but never uncouth...
chiyuun (há 5 horas) #19212530the monkey in the corner expresses my feelings perfectlyAh yes. The monkey makes periodic appearances in my pics, and its feelings and role are always up to the viewer.
há 12 minutossulukungsulukung
tharglet (há 17 minutos) #19219721Simply copy the web address for the item and paste it. It will turn into an item link automatically (also there is a preview button when making a post, for testing).
My experience is most smells subside over time.

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dammmn thank you hehe.

That is good to know.
há 17 minutos (há 16 minutos)tharglettharglet
OPSorry I dont know how to link item in post.

Simply copy the web address for the item and paste it. It will turn into an item link automatically (also there is a preview button when making a post, for testing).

My experience is most smells subside over time.
há 17 minutosMaakieMaakie
Asagoe (há 38 minutos) #19219239The part with the octopus was absolutely hilarious! I like fresh and cooked octopus, but there's no way I'd be eating that octopus powder/paste.

I didn't smell or taste like fresh octopus at all. Makes me wonder how the octopus in an real takoyaki stand in Japan tastes like...
há 19 minutosdltjsgh68dltjsgh68
BigRapidsThomas (há 7 horas) #19211178Where did you acquire this figure? I've been wanting to add it to my collection for a long time.
Yahoo oku
há 20 minutospattykinsduhpattykinsduh
:\ . . . . XD Nowalive (há 4 horas) #19214847Awesome collection beautiful!!! Whats mine is yours lol
há 21 minutosmistyaznmistyazn
Selling first release, brand new in box with goodsmile rubber strap bonus for $60AUD + shipping within Australia. PM me for more details :)
há 22 minutosAlisaAmuAlisaAmu
Not bad photoshop skills **
há 22 minutosalytheluvlyalytheluvly
Elaha (há 1 hora) #19218124If you don't mind me asking, what product did you use to alter the height of the shelves? Lovely picture, by the way!
I used these brackets from Ebay [ext link ] my shelves have been raised/lowered for about a year now with no issues :)
há 22 minutosmistyaznmistyazn
Selling first release, brand new in box with goodsmile rubber strap bonus for $60AUD + shipping within Australia. PM me for more details :)
há 22 minutosSageGuySageGuy
Asagoe (há 1 hora) #19218730Also, the way you typed piss made me laugh pretty hard.

há 24 minutosAmriAmri
When it comes to micro transactions and in app purchases, it can be really easy to get carried away and spend more money than you expect. A way to limit spending is to only buy gift cards, and use those for in app purchases. That way you can better stop yourself from over spending.

Another thing is if you tend to get addicted/have an addictive personality it's best to just stay away from these types of apps.

I'll be honest, a lot of people don't realize that app spending (at this scale) is an addiction. The effect it has in the brain is identical to irl gambling (and other more sinister addictions). While it's awesome to support franchises so that more goods can be made in the future, ask yourself if it's worth the difficulty.
Because this could be a very ingrained habit, I would suggest staying away from IAPs altogether. You may delete this game, but then a couple months from now find a new app and a little down the line realize the same thing is happening all over again. A habit is a habit and the best way to break it is to avoid it completely.

No judgement, this is just based on my own experiences and of those around me. I know its hard to go cold turkey on things that were so enjoyable, but this is a good step. Keep up the great work! Don't give up!


há 25 minutosmistyaznmistyazn
Selling mine preowned, like new. $50aud + shipping within Australia. PM me if interested :)
há 26 minutosMaakieMaakie
Thanks voor de friend request! Heb ik je een keer op een conventie ontmoet? :)

Schattige colllectie~!
há 27 minutosLolixdonutLolixdonut
wow look so realistic (O_O
há 27 minutoswewewewe
mintree (há 1 hora) #19217800Oh wow didn't know it would take that long for it to ship from these kind of sites... Now I really wished I just pre ordered from Ami ami.
and I would assume even after she is released her price will go up like before?

US shops shipping within US normally takes 1-3 months after the JP release dates, and there are plenty of cases where re-release made the aftermarket plummet, or revert to pre re-release prices, as well as a pattern of the former followed by the latter. Do note that because of the fact that the overseas shops get their copies months later than JP peeps, the prices won't stabilize within that timeframe.

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