I added photos from Midsouthcon 2013, when Laura and I did the Masquerade as World of Uteria costumes.
We have both a small and a large Dwarven nose. They cost the same, it is more about what size you need for your specific costume, or the size of your face. You can purchase them here: Small Dwarf Nose Large Dwarf Nose
Laura goes through each part of the costume and tells you how she made it! Click the image below to visit the article!
Just when you thought you wouldn’t see me until Chattacon, I finished up a new video today showing how I bring a sculpture from a rough shape to a finished project.
I posted a quick video of how I am painting my armor plates for my Thorin Costume.
I got the first prototypes molded and cast. Well cast a couple of times. I think these will work great! I fixed up a new positive today from one of these casts, made the sides smoother and less “wobbly”. Also sculpted the final armor plate. More to come!
Today I was working in the mold room on a couple of projects that required silicone. I then realized this would be the perfect time to make molds for the Thorin armor plates, since I always have a little silicone left over from each batch. So I grabbed some Monster Clay and started to work! […]
We have another wonderful submission from our Sponsored Cosplayer program, this time from a friend from the Ohio Renaissance Festival, JadeKat. She came up to the booth to get a pair of halfling ears to complete her ensemble, and we really thought it was a great take on a classic fantasy character, Bilbo Baggins from […]
Last night I attended the midnight showing of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, and it was a lot of fun! So what better day to release our new style of elf ears than today! While we all discuss our new Hobbit costumes ( I am working on A Thorin costume and Sara and Laura […]
So the new ears have been sculpted, molded and cast. They will start their production run next week! I have dubbed it the “Wood Elf” ear!