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Unread 12-21-2015, 01:37 PM   #1
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Firefox Ahri costume help?!

So I have only a few weeks left to get a costume done for Firefox Ahri from League of Legends. I'm loosing a lot of weight rapidly (I go to a professional so I'm loosing roughly 10+ a week) so I'll have to wait until the last minute. I have no idea how to make her costume as I normally make just props and I've only ever made one other costume. I'm not finding much help on google, youtube, or bing.
Thank you so much for any help
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Unread 12-22-2015, 07:31 AM   #2
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Google tail tutorials, it is a popular costume
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Google tail tutorials, it is a popular costume
I've got the tails almost done it's her actual outfit I need the help with. Even just a few tips would do so much.
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Unread 12-23-2015, 10:35 AM   #4
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Just being on the realistic side here and please don't hate me for it, but I have my doubts whether you can actually make this costume. It doesn't look like it would be excessively difficult for someone who knew what they were doing and had the time to put in. However, you've mentioned that you don't have any experience in this area of cosplay and you have very little time for the trial and error that all of us have been through.

Your best bet may be to try and adapt something pre-existing rather than try to sew from scratch. In this case, a leotard would be a good starting point. Try to find a matte one. From there you can add the shoulder pieces, the waist piece and all the other details. However, do be aware of the way your fabric stretches when you attach things to it.
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