Last Updated: 09-01-2010
There is a whole story behind Yoko that would take a page and a half of explanation; however that is all the past and I like to move forward with things. So basically a friend wanted to do Nia, so I said I would do Yoko. One less friend and minus 35 pounds later (and a nasty Yoko bootcamp week to finish the cosplay), here she is.
From the legs up! The boots are a combination of painted white boots and boot covers made from the vinyl fabric (they look SUPER good and I was very happy ^^). The shorts were made by me, as was the belt with is craft foam, more vinyl, and painted studs ripped from a belt and added onto. The jacket was made by me, and while it was a struggle to get it done, I am pleased at the results. I wanted to get the bikini done, but unfortunately I need more skill set and had to settle for a cheap bra and fabric paint (looking to redo it in the feature). The wig is a combination of two wigs and is my first effort with stubbing (yes, that whole mass is attached to my wig). It definitely needs some work, but for my first official wig project, I am pleased. :3 The chopsticks were bought and painted.
Then there's Rifley/Snipe/Rifle. (I am SO original with names)
That's just a mess of PVC, balsa wood, more PVC, cardboard (only for conical sections), craft foam, D-rings, acrylic and plastic paint, needlepoint, backpack ribbon, and glue. Yep. Thanks for wolfdaemon for helping me with assembly. :]
Hope to get more use out of Yoko in the future!
And a SPECIAL! thanks to CrAzEdBoAr on deviantart for being my first photographer for Yoko <3
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