Category Archives: Cosplay Tutorials

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DIY Hoozuki Sama cellphone pendant step by step

Most cosplayers or anime fans like to purchase some anime cellphone pendants,so today miccostumes want to share a tutorial to teach you how to make your own Hoozuki Sama cellphone pendant.(PS: Miccostumes.com will also release Hoozuki cosplay costumes in late April )   Material 1. Non-woven fabric (white, black, red, orange, green and skin color) 2. Thread (same [...]
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Mixiao

Sword Art Online – Silica’s Chest Plate Tutorial

This is a step by step explanation of how I made my chest plate for the character Silica from the anime Sword Art Online. I used this method was an experimentation I did with Fimo air clay, it has worked really well and I’m here to share my process. There are many other ways to [...]
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Mixiao

Cosplay Tips – Expanding Foam

Photography by George Wong Vanille Cosplay by DanniTee This is basic a tutorial on how to use expanding foam on props for those new to prop making or those who want to try out a new medium. Expanding foam is basically foam in a can. It is sprayed out and expands like its name suggests. A can [...]
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Mixiao

Tutorial: Vocaloid – Senbonzakura Haraegushi

 Haraegushi or Onusa is a wooden wand used in Shinto  rituals. It is decorated with many zig-zagging paper streamers it is waved left and right during purification rituals. In Senbonzakura, The Haraegushi uses the shape of cherry blossoms to replace the zigzag streamers.This tutorial will show you how to make Hatsune Miku’s Cherry blossom Haraegushi. For my tutorial I used [...]
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Mixiao

Easy Cosplay Tutorial – Vocaloid: Poker face Horns

Here is another simple tutorial to help you create clip on horns for any cosplay, however this tutorial will focus on the Vocaloid Poker Face art. Photography by LMKusanagi Miku Cosplay by Springroll Luka Cosplay by Mixiao Haku Cosplau by DanniTee Kaito Cosplay by Kei-U  What you need:  1x 25mm diameter foam ball Air dry clay. [...]
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sado44

Daily Cosplay-Making Hope Estheim Cosplay Shoes

Today’s Daily Cosplay is special, I wanna share this tutorial to help you know how to make a cosplay boots by your used boots.This Hope Estheim Cosplay Shoes tutorials is from Neffo, amazing craftwork~.   Author About sado44Co-Founder of Miccostumes.com,love Cosplay,Anime,Game,Hiking,Running!Web | Twitter | Facebook | Google+ | More Posts (197)
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How to care for your cosplay wig

Thanks Erin to Submit this tutorial to us You’ve just received your wig! How exciting, you pull it out of it’s package and its… limp, kinked, all together not very appealing. Although anime’ hairstyles are hard to pull off in real life with a little wig care you’re sure to get winning results. You should [...]
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Mixiao

Easy Cosplay Tutorial – Vocaloid: Hatsune Miku Clips

This is a super fast and easy tutorial for those who purchase the Hatsune Miku Cosplay Costume or those that have lost their hair clips. If you purchase your costume from Miccostumes you would have notice you received hair clips that are not solid like Miku’s but are made from fabric. This tutorial will help those cosplay [...]
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Kevin

Guest Post – Dressing Up Your Toddler in a Costume for a Party

Jamie Highland writes articles for My Baby Shower Favors, a site that sells supplies for various events including everything from baby shower favors to Halloween cookies. In this article, Jamie gives some tips on how to choose a costume for your toddler. Photo Credit: Toddler Totoro Dressing up your toddler in a costume for Halloween [...]
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Sherry

Guest Post: Cosplay on a budget – Make up

Let’s face it. Cosplay is an expensive hobby. The costume alone can be $50 to $200 (if not more depending on complexity) and then one has to factor in make-up, wigs and props. But it doesn’t have to eat a hole in your wallet! You can save lots of money and whether you’re experienced at [...]
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