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Unread 12-13-2005, 03:05 PM   #76
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When on earth is Laura going to call me about going fabric shopping today??? :P
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Unread 12-13-2005, 03:11 PM   #77
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What I'm currently thinking about is....

Why is it that the Sailor Moon cosplay community is the only one I know of that has so much drama and elitest a-holes??? v_v;; We're the soldiers of love and justice, yet we keep wanting to rip each others throats out?!? I think I've fallen into an alternate universe and it makes me cry!

I know of friends on Livejournal who try to make a new friend but the person won't friend them back because they're "another Usagi cosplayer." WTF??

Naoko-sama would be ashamed!! *cries*
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Unread 12-13-2005, 03:18 PM   #78
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Well, if you were in my area, I'd give you my spare rolling pin because I now have like 3 of them somehow...
I bought one of 'em at Wal-Mart. It was probably around $5 and is just your basic wooden rolling pin with the rod and handles through the middle for spinny goodness.
Wish I was home so I could pin and sew these pantlegs...
Crud. I need to run up a bobbin full of red thread.
Crud. I guess I should have bought 3 extra red spools of thread for my cruddy little Tiny Serger so I could overlock the edges...

Oh. And as far as Judas Priest's comment goes...I kinda think that way, too, but then I saw the cute little outfits Sora has for Kingdom Hearts II and I'd love to see somebody do his black and blue outfit. That game needs to come out already!

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Unread 12-13-2005, 03:27 PM   #79
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Things on my mind...

Can I finish all my costumes in time for their relevent cons?
How in the heck I'm I gonna get some of the props done if I'm not sure what materials I'm gonna use for them?
Will I have enough money to make one of my costumes from the material I want to use?
I hate sewing ruffles.
If one more pin or needle sticks into my hand or under my nails I'm gonna go nuts.
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Unread 12-13-2005, 03:34 PM   #80
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I just realized that one of the main reasons I put a digital camera on my Christmas list is so I can keep up-to-date with my progress pics and so I'll have better-quality pics at cons......

I think I've just reached a new, magnificent level of cosplay mania.

And... only NOW I see that my fabrics don't match up?! With my 4-5 different shades of brown, only the most prominent one decides to be slightly too green....oy vay.
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Unread 12-13-2005, 03:36 PM   #81
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okokokokokokok.
It's alright.
*finishes eating noodle soup*
I must make the temari time jump.
I have gone from the 1st one she wears in the show to the 2nd one now the time jump? wtf?
This is why I have never yet finished a costume before. A year into it and yet never have finished one! I will do this one and finish it in a whole. Not none of this " Oh but I will do that later".
That's why I gave up on Haku and Gaara >_>
I need to do other costumes becides Naruto. *geek*
I shall get the 70 bucks my mom has to give me tommorow then go to the craft store for 50 zillion hours and get everything I need for Temari and possibly look for some part for Nami.
Why did I spend that 80 dollars on ebay to buy 6 nartuo headbands? 6! For god's sake. *slaps self*
This is about as confusing as the time I spend three hours reseaching my Rose costume and threw my tape measure out the window.
RANT DONE.
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Unread 12-13-2005, 03:37 PM   #82
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Hakama are a pain to make, and I'm not looking forward to making another pair :P
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Unread 12-13-2005, 03:44 PM   #83
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I have been too busy with work recently to think much about cosplay. The costume for my next con is complete. And for the con after that, I'm reusing two old ones. Haven't even started on my Metrocon costumes- and one of them will be extremely time consuming and challenging. Just haven't been in the mood to think about it to be honest.
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Unread 12-13-2005, 03:57 PM   #84
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Originally Posted by Eleryth
I wonder if anyone will recognize Ise Nanao at Comiket in a few weeks... and I wonder what the people I meet will be like since I've only "talked" to them online.

...

And I hate that I can't figure out how to "look good" not smiling. So many people can do it... and I just look dumb. :/
We're INSANE! Muahahahahahahahahahahhhahhahhahahah...

<deep breathe>

Muhahahhhahahahaaaaaahahahahahahah...

No really, we're pretty normal. Honestly.

And I have the absolute same problem with smiling. If I smile too big, I look like a total goofball. If I don't smile enough, I look odd... So I basically need to cosplay more completely and total goofballs (Beast Boy) or totally serious and moody guys (Squall, Novem) X-/
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Unread 12-13-2005, 04:13 PM   #85
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Seriously....where'd the vanishing thread go.... O.O;;;
Try the Spam Board. I saw it there last.
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Unread 12-13-2005, 05:25 PM   #86
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Perhaps studying for exams with books on tape wasn't the greatest idea, because I really don't like how the headphones drown out the sound of the sewing machine.

Also, if my teachers in shop class had assigned seven foot swords, fibreglass chest plates and various other artifacts of viable usage instead of, say, plastic recipe card holders and little wooden pots, I wouldn't have fallen asleep in class. Thus is the value of cosplay in the education system.
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Unread 12-13-2005, 05:30 PM   #87
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My material is heavy, and I have to lug it back and forth to school. Six and a half metres of fricking twill. My back will not be happy.
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Unread 12-13-2005, 05:45 PM   #88
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how can I top myself with my next creation,

how far can I go with out using cloth or molded plastic?

should I challange myself more with my cosplay.

should I keep using paper because it makes me orginal in my own mind and in my own group of friends.

am I spending to much time thinking about this I graduate in a week and I haven't thought as much about it.

I am such a
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Unread 12-13-2005, 06:10 PM   #89
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"I won't murder anyone...so long as the boning goes well."

"Hey, I could do a freakish shota-themed skit involving Lyserg with that song."
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Unread 12-13-2005, 06:19 PM   #90
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Mrrrr, homework ruins everything, I want to go fabric shoppiiiiing..because there's a week and a half until winter break..which means a week and a half to finish the costume..*brain dies*
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