Originally Posted by Penlowe
lovely! clean lines, great fit to your body, tidy finish and assembly, well proportioned accessories and hair.
The only critique I can offer- and it is very
minor- is you opted to do rolled hems on the sleeve edges. Granted, there are a lot of them, but doing a proper cuff or even using a matching bias tape to create an ultra smooth line (like you got on your front closure with the red line) would make the difference between "wow! she made a great costume!" and "woah... professional costume incoming.. wish I could afford to pay someone for that"
very nice work.
Thanks you so much, I plan to remake this cosplay somewhere down this line and I'll keep that in mind.
Just a small time Cosplayer but I do put my blood, sweat and tears into every piece I make no matter how small. I started out doing cosplay as a way to push my creativity and now I can't stop. I love what I do and I won't stop.
We cosplay not for money, photos or attention, but for the people we meet, the friends we earn and the memories we make