There seems nothing common in Kaori and Lucy, while as a cosplayer, you will see some shared features.
Here Luxayre Cosplay will show us how to become You Lie In April Kaori and Fairy Tail Lucy with one same wig and some makeup.
News today: we got a new guest writer SB! welcome.
Sarah-Beth Plishka or SB for short is the blogger behind “The Art of Fit and Nerd”. She loves writing about all things nerdy and fitness, and has a huge love for cosplay. Though new to crafting, she loves making simple cosplays or closet cosplays, and is slowly building her collection. When not blogging, you can find her on Twitter or on Facebook .
I love The Big Bang Theory! My partner and I have been fans of this series since episode 1 of season 1 and watch every episode as soon as it comes out. So I decided to take our love of the show to the next level and create closet cosplays of some of our favourite characters! Closet cosplays are a fantastic way to show love for some of your favourite characters when you are pinched for time and need something last minute or don’t have the extra cash to create something from scratch. All you need is a bit of creativity to look at your own closet as a shop of opportunities.
After a quick scan of both mine and my partner’s closets, I chose Sheldon Cooper for my partner and Bernadette for myself. Here’s some thoughts on putting together successful closet cosplay for these two Big Bang Theory characters!
Dr. Bernadette Maryann Rostenkowski-Wolowitz
Every cosplayer knows the importance of the hair style to complete a cosplay, we will focus on Saber’s braid bun. Here we used a long blond wig, if you have such real hair, then use your own and save the money to buy a wig.
Firstly part the hair in 3 portions and use a hair band to get a tail as pictured. (more…)
There are several skins for Barbarian King; we will cover the weapon in his classic skin. For your reference, the sword we made is around 1.2 meters long; you can proportion it according to your own height.
To begin with, draw the blade shape on a piece of paper, and then cut it down. The paper pattern can be either same size to the sword or be enlarged on EVA sheets. (more…)