This was an insane challenge I did for myself to get my motivation back. With some help and great suggestions from followers, we came up with 28 great characters to cosplay using only stuff from my closet!
Thrifting for cosplay is my absolute favorite thing to do. I am super frugal and I like working with what's easily available to me. Plus it's a pretty cool bonus to be able to reduce, reuse, and recycle for the good of the environment. Read some more below!
If you got my 2018 planner at the beginning of the year, then you have the cool feature of reviewing your goals at quarterly intervals! Follow along as I review my mid year stats.
I had the great opportunity to design my own zentai suit to build my Robot Posion Ivy armor off of. Keep reading to see how I designed it, and the steps I took to get it printed and in my hands!
My personal thoughts and review on my new Glamorous Corset corset. It's a Jolie in black cotton! Keep reading to the end for a special bonus for YOU!
After my past few posts about losing weight and not fitting my costumes anymore, a few of you have asked about keto, and how I stick with it. So read on below for all the info from my perspective.
Last week we talked about overcoming guilt due to losing weight. This week I want to talk about why I will be stepping back from larger builds for a while. Read on below!
This article is a personal journey and admission of guilt. Yes, I feel guilty for losing weight. Click the read more button and follow along my journey and plan to conquer.
Te Ka was such a great build, as it was intended to be a duo cosplay with Shelley Elise Cosplay. I designed her human form myself, and after my first initial wear at Edmonton Expo 2017, she got some upgrades and I'm so much more in love with her now. <3 Read the walk through below!
I recently watched the documentary on Jessica Nigri put out by Rooster Teeth and I'd love to share my thoughts on it! Read the article below for my deepest thoughts inspired by Jessica's honesty in the video.
It seems I am not the only one making changes and cut backs for the new year. Social media seems to be taking a turn and it leaves me questioning what I really want from the year. Read below for my rant, questions, and ideas to overcome these challenges.
I was introduced to this challenge at the end of 2017 by Garnet Runestar when she announced she would be attempting to make Belle's winter dress in a single day. I knew I wanted to try the challenge and I knew exactly what cosplay I wanted to make. Keep reading to find out more!
I always like looking back on my year to see how I've grown or improved. It never seems like much until you really sit down and list your accomplishments or scroll through your social media feed. 2017 was no exception. I feel truly accomplished and like I've leveled up so many skills!
As some of you know, I launched a planner last year! It's a custom planner for other geeks like me. It can be used to schedule social sites, blogs, or even just your life! Specially curated for geeks, this affordable planner is bound to suit your needs. This year's planner has been upgraded with ELEVEN new pages in addition to the old one. It has a fresh design upgrade featuring simple brush strokes in bright colors, and even a font upgrade that's bolder and easier to read.
Read the post below for a quick walk through and a FREE basic version of the planner! This planner is 28 completely customizable pages in a handy PDF so you can print only the pages you need, and print extra pages as you may need them for the year!
Buy it here!
Once I had my designs prepared (see Part 1), building the costume was pretty fun. I was simultaneously working on Raven and Te Ka so I borrowed some techniques from each build to really make this design unique.