View Full Version : AC costumes - Where to and to not buy from

03-05-2013, 12:19 PM
We get a lot of questions asking where to buy an assassin cosplay. Here, we can post the places to go to and the places to stay away from. Commissioners are more than welcome to offer their services on pieces they sell. Please show examples of what you're posting for or against, so we have something to go off of!

- musicdress (http://myworld.ebay.com/musicdress?_trksid=p2047675.l2559) You will need to replace the insignia, but otherwise, the construction is quite nice. The designs are screenprinted on, but this is IMO the best you'll get for EBay. ex: http://68shelby.deviantart.com/gallery/


Stay away from:
- www.coscraze.com Re: http://imgur.com/a/FeZNI
- http://www.webcosplay.com/categories/Assassin%27s-Creed/ Re: Questionable materials/stock & stolen images, take at own risk. (Brotherhood insignia listed as Altair's. Hah.)
- www.milanoo.com Re: Do I really (http://www.milanoo.com/Assassins-Creed-Cosplay-c1129) need (http://www.toppromwebsites.com/milanoo-reviews-scams-do-not-buy.html) to (http://ohnomilanoo.tumblr.com/) expound? (http://egl.livejournal.com/15911979.html)

06-14-2013, 01:10 PM
I occasionally string armbands based on Allikat's looming pattern (AC3 Connor) using Size 8 glass Miyuki seed beads in both matte and gloss for those looking for beading but who don't have the time. I'm not currently mounting them but I can loom the beads.

There's more info at my deviantArt. I have trouble navigating these forums.

Armbands after mounting: http://fav.me/d5qvcvv
Armbands Loomed: http://fav.me/d64xi4x

Armbands on a costume:

04-10-2016, 06:05 PM
I bought a cosplay from webcosplay, it was a Mileena outfit but honestly, the construction is accurate. The only problem I had is that the cosplay was sewn with a straight stich and you never sew lycra with a straight stitch ( which is what webcosplay did ). So for an Assassin's creed, I have an idea of what it would look like ;

- The cosplay would probably made with what they call '' uniform cloth '' which is a kind of poly cotton blend with a bit of shine in it,

- The details won't be embroidered, they will be screen printed ( which might bother those who wants accuracy )

- The lining is a cheap lining fabric, a bit stiff and not satin like.

If that might help ! I would recommand making your own, assassinscostume.com sells his patterns for really cheap and they actually work really well. I bought his AC II patterns and since they are basic patterns, you can alterate them like you want. Plus making your own would probably be cheaper. I bought a AC brotherhood a few years ago and it was decent but I was not entirely satisfied.