View Full Version : Persona 4 Cosplay Help!

12-17-2008, 07:12 PM
Hey Guys~
This years Kumoricon I'll be cosplaying as Persona 4's Protagonist: Soiji Seta
This guy:
[Link] (http://images3.wikia.nocookie.net/megamitensei/images//7/7a/Persona4maincharacter.jpg)
I was wondering is there were any patterns that I could use for his jacket:
[Picture 1] (http://i20.ebayimg.com/04/i/001/1e/5c/59ef_1_sbl.JPG)
[Picture 2] (http://i18.ebayimg.com/04/i/001/1e/5c/59b4_1_sbl.JPG)

See how the collar is checkered? How can I do that?
Also where can i find a high collared shirt like that?
If there's a pattern that I can make a high collared shirt, can someone tell me which one is the best?
The lines on the jacket and pants...How do I do that?

And one more thing o-o

The symbol on his jacket. Is there anyway I can get that onto the jacket? I can't find the symbol by itself so I'm not exactly sure how to get it on there...Is there some other thing that I can do for it?

Thank you guys for reading~ Lurvs chu all!

Lady Saya
12-18-2008, 12:58 AM
There's already a main Persona cosplay thread (you'll probably get more help asking there): http://www.cosplay.com/showthread.php?t=43016

02-20-2009, 05:11 PM
O:!!!! SOUJI!!! <333 Finally. >.< Another P4 cosplayer for Kumoricon!!! -desprate- xD Anyway!!! Since I'm going as Yosuke, Allow me to try to help out! =D

There is a site with his Costume... o.o But I dunno if you want to spend money on a costume. o-o I'll give you the link, just in case.


There you go. >_< I hope this helps. O:
I can't wait to cosplay with ya! ;D
We'll go out and eat boxed lunches. xDD

03-11-2009, 10:08 AM
I am almost finished making the protagonist outfit for my boyfriend. Anime Detour is in about 3 weeks... lol but anyways, I found a jean jacket pattern and custom fit it to him to make it look like a fitted school uniform jacket. then I looked at the picture and stitched around the seams in white thread with my machine using the longest stitch that I could use. right now I am embroidering the logo to make my own patch. what you have to do with that is take some transfer paper and trace around a picture that you made bigger onto an extra piece of fabric and after you have transffered it stitch over the top.
the checkered collar is simple.... there is a fabric called houndstooth, in black and white you use that on the side of the collar that is usually facing downward ( but in this case you have to flip it up....) you can e-mail me if you need any more help with this. @ misaamane626@hotmail.com