*Budget cost-- 24$ (not including wig)
beads: 50 cents per strand- about 8 in total
Faux Fur: 5$ (in discount bin)
I am in the process of revamping this cosplay, so some parts of the descriptions will be replaced as I finish parts of the costume. :)
February 20, 2013
*TOP* -dyed with acrylic paint
The bottom is bunched with elastic. I also put in a built in bra.
*SKIRT* -dyed with acrylic paint
(scrapped knit ponte)
The fabric started off as a gold-yellow. The gradient was done with watered down acrylic paint, graduating from a orange-red to a yellow.
The lightest color was added with chalk, which is smoothed out with water. I used a sponge while the fabric was damp, to diminish the brush strokes.
*BEAR SKIN* -dyed with RIT
I am replacing the old Mardigraw beads with biggie beads. I've a big tub of biggie beads that I purchased for my Yeul cosplay.
Purchased at Ross—originally boots-- used faux fur for the lining on the boots. They were painted with interior paint and sprayed with a non-gloss spray.
The purse was dyed with coffee.
I decided to buy a new wig. This is more akin to the design in the game.
I purchased this wig from agree518
The base is PVC pipe. I used suede to cover the pipes and went over it with spandex to cover up the crap job.
The accessories are foam and held with bonding wire and silicone glue. I used clay for the jewels. The binding details on the staff and top is electrical tape.
I used int paint for the base. The wings were painted with acrylic paint and weathered with water/metallic copper spray paint.
1) So much painting
2) First time making props. Lot of trial and error.
3.) The beads tested my mobility for sure. XD
Best in Journeymen Award (Sabotan-con 2011) along with RoxyRoo