as Smile/Ciel Phantomhive as Black/Sebastian Michaelis as Joker as Beast as Dagger as Snake as Peter as Wendy as Doll
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Costume and Accessories done by me Umbrella made by Thank you for plucking all the feathers off the feather duster that was used to extend the umbrella stick Face tatoo done by
Contact Lenses provided by
Thank you for helping me get into the costume
Since I was too old to cos Lizzy any longer I decided to jump ship to Doll, however it turns out that I'm not only too old but also too tanned to cos Doll too OTL I guess that means my affair with kuroshitsuji has come to an end, but what a wondrous end it has been. Epic team across the Singapore/Malaysian causeway makes me want to puke blood in all its glory (clearly I am no longer coherent) I rushed this costume out in 3 days had about 30 instances where I threw something against the wall and went I DON'T WANT TO DO THIS ANYMORE LET ME DIE NOW GEH, but well I guess I didn't, somehow managed to haul my ass from taiwan to singapore and straight to malaysia all in the span of 7 hours, epic transit of win (and pack too) and it was all worth it. My team is so beautiful it makes me want to cry T.T
You're very welcome. That's one of the more difficult things about references are getting a full set of details from all angles. Especially when you need that one angle that is really hard to find for some reason lol.
That's the trick with our art, we want it to be better and always find things we can improve upon. They are always works in progress it seems. Usually takes my friends telling me a warship or mecha concept is complete and if I put anymore detail into them they'll either sink or fall over.
Do you ever go back and work on the details you would like to see incorporated in your work or do you leave them and move onto the next project?
yeah and it especially sucks when it's a mangaka that draws the dress differently in every picture, makes me wanna tear my hair out~
usually I don't go back because i have a certain threshold for my costumes, if it doesn't meet my minimum standard i won't even wear the costume out, if there's a flaw in it but i wear it to an event/shoot, then it's a flaw i can live with~ but recently i've been going back to make old cosplays that i majorly screwed up the first time i did it, like yuna and miyu
Tell me about it. Reminds me of when mecha are illustrated by multiple artists, each with their own take on the design. Sometimes I just have to combine ideas and hopefully get a tempered medium.
Nice nice. I've been going back to finish up some old illustrations that I never finished. Heh ya there are some projects that you just want to improve upon. I find this especially true when I've discovered new methods to illustration, painting, or writing. It's very compelling to go back and see what an old design would look like with these new techniques.
Oh nice! Cosplay is a pretty amazing art. It's always nice to see what everyone has to bring to the craft. =^^=
this one was seriously the simplest one, make-up wise i just made myself as white as possible (which was useless since the dress makes me look so dark because it's white and because with the rose headpiece on my head my face is permenantly in shadows OTL) white eyeshadow and white liner on top of the eyelids at the corners and one line of white below and just eyeliner on the top and bottom with sparkly fake eyelashes this was easy because I didn't have to add any colours at all wheeee