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Unread 07-27-2017, 09:38 PM   #21316
Indiana Jolly
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So my son wants to be 'Baby Groot' after seeing Guardians of the Galaxy 2 this summer. I've seen quite a few tutorials, and I'm pretty sure I can craft his costume fairly well -no problem. But I'm debating with myself as to whether or not I join him as 'Star Lord'. (It's been done to death lately, trust me, I know.) I've been doing photo 'Mock-Ups' on myself lately just to test the look of a character before committing to building/crafting it. The one I did for Star Lord...well...I'm feeling fairly confident I can pull this look off. But before investing in the wig and jacket, I thought I'd run it by everybody here and get some feedback. What do you think? 'Go for it'? -or- 'Not worth it.'

http://image.ibb.co/jKvUn5/Starlord_Jolly_Redux.jpg
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Unread 10-04-2017, 07:30 PM   #21317
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Hi everyone,

I'm recently trying to get into cosplay after being so interested in it for the past 16 years. I'm always looking into more ideas for something that would fit me.

I'm 5'7, 185 lbs, brown eyes. Any suggestions are appreciated, here are some images of me;

https://imgur.com/pyESAc4

https://imgur.com/kXubCkK

https://imgur.com/hZlt6Yt

https://imgur.com/kEWnzLH

https://imgur.com/vpqpyJz


Thanks everyone for your time!
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