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Unread 02-21-2011, 11:28 AM   #1
princeofdacosmo
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Ryu's Gi

Hello! I wanted to cosplay as Ryu this year and i noticed alot of great costumes on here(typing Ryu in the searchbar never gives me any results i had to go through pages of street fighter cosplays to find them T.T) but when i made mine alot of things seemed off. The first problem was the first gi i got was HUGE and i shrunk it and it was still big. the second one i ordered was smaller but still a but big since his gi is in all the pictures ive seen snug. I wanted to know if people cut off the whole sleeve or if turning the collar out would ruin the cosplay or not because it makes it fit great(i tried and it didnt look that much different). also i wanted to know how people sewed the pieces on Ryu's belt. I also wanted to know how he cut his hair but thats another thread i guess. is there anywhere you can post for help w/ the whole costume in general ?
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Unread 02-25-2011, 09:23 AM   #2
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Reference picture and pictures of what you have would help.
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