View Full Version : Female Prussia help
07-30-2010, 05:25 PM
I made a female Italy -I haven't posted pictures because its not the greatest cosplay I've done- as well as the fact people asked if I was fem Prussia more than Italy, so I've decided to change it to Fem!Prussia because it actually looks quite like the fabric more than it does Italy's.
I've been looking around and a lot of the places I've gone to with pictures says Prussia has a short skirt, but some has a long skirt.
I need your opinion so I can make the cosplay the best it can be!
also any hints on how to make the cospaly better would be amazing~
07-09-2011, 01:53 AM
well i've only cosplayed prussia so i'm not positive about this, but... i was thinking, if you don't already have them contacts always help any prussia costume, my mom won't let me get them because i only wear glasses, but there is this really cool pair i think you'll like
1# personally i think prussia looks really cool with cat eyes but thats up to you:] http://extremesfx.com/p-68-red-cat.aspx
and 2# if you want a more natural eye... http://extremesfx.com/p-177-red-twilight.aspx
i hope this helped:]
I'm not very familiar with Prussia's character but from what I know this (http://i52.tinypic.com/2im95ye.png) is Himaruya's official chibi drawing of Fem!Prussia.
And you can click here (http://nightmaretease.deviantart.com/art/APH-Fem-Prussia-Emerald-209781063) to see an accurate cosplay representation of the outfit.
However be careful with what you choose to cosplay in! People can definietly tell a closet cosplay vs. one that took effort/time. But of course people make different variants that look amazing! And I'm sure if you put in a good amount of effort you will establish a very nice costume!
If you're looking for someone to go "wow!", make it accurate and recognizable. =)
Prussia's eye color is certainly a key factor but if you don't get contacts that's fine. My aunt is an eye doctor though and suggests you get your eyes fitted for contacts at a clinic and not to order them online since technically it's illegal to purchase contacts w/o a doctor's consent but contact salespeople have found loopholes and whatnot.
And I just realized this thread is almost a year old, OTL.