Sculpt, Cast, and Paint The Ultimate Slip-On Cosplay Monster Feet

We’ve all seen those impressive costumes that pop up at comic con and dragon con and the like. Have you ever noticed that the ones that have custom feet seem somehow to be an an entirely different level? The Egg Sisters want to help you get to that next level, so they’re sharing the entire […]

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How To Splice Animated EL Wire For Your Cosplay

EL wire is amazing, and the “chasing” el wire is even cooler. However, if you want it in several places on the costume, you end up having to figure out how to hide multiple inverters (or buy a more expensive unit that has multiple taps). The Egg Sisters come to the rescue to show you […]

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Let KamuiCosplay Help You Get Started Making Armor From Foam

Making armor from foam, often referred to as “foamsmithing” is a popular area of cosplay exploration. Foam happens to be perfect, you can mold it to shape and age it to look like hard, battleworn armor, but it is lightweight and easy to work with. KamuiCosplay is here to help you get started by sharing […]

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This Simple Pattern Makes Lightweight Foam Chainmail A Snap

Chainmail has been a staple of the costuming community since… well, since the invention of chainmail I guess. Over the hundreds of years that it has been popular, people have explored many ways to recreate it, from painting little curves onto cloth to actually just sitting down and manufacturing real chainmail. Ben Eadie has come […]

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Constructing Cosplay Armor From Perler Beads With Cosplamy

In a world positively teeming with materials that you can use to build any cosplay your heart desires (Worbla, foam, fabric, resin, and even kombucha, just to name a few!), one cosplayer stepped outside the norm to build her cosplays with a more unique choice of crafting product: Perler Beads! Perler Beads are those colorful, […]

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Wolverine Cosplayer Does Comic Version with LED Lit Hot Claws

Wolverine cosplayer John Wigner of Squall410Cosplay is no stranger to Hugh Jackman’s version of Wolverine after cosplaying as the gruff fan favorite since 2006, but taking inspiration from the comic version of ol’ Wolvie was charting into unknown territory. Wigner says that while most of the Hugh Jackman roles of Wolverine have been pretty easy […]

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