I made a bodice based on the newest Resident Evil Afterlife movie! My process of how the bodice came together is featured in the article. You can also check out some of the images of our friend Jen first displaying her bodice at Dragon*Con plus some detail shots from two additional bodices I made. Just […]
Last year I went on a shopping spree to find as many perfect double breasted Pea Coats I could find. I ended up with seven and have 3 of them for sale now on our ebay site. These would be great for sherlock Holmes or Steampunk costumes. Click the image below to check them out!
Got a link to this video with some great Zelda costumes and it looks like all the cosplayers are wearing our ears. These are some really great costumes, and seeing them on video is even more impressive.
As I get ready to start my own version of a Grid Program, I found this jacket which is not only really cool, but also a good price. If I had not already purchased a jacket to build from, I would probably have bought this one. Click the image to jump to the site.
I have started on both my costume for Hawke from Dragon Age II, and started on the step by step tutorial for the costume. I will keep the frontpage updated as I add things to the article. ** above concept art is not by me. but i will be posting some of my own sketches.
Ok, so here is my line up of costumes for 2011 so far: Finish and tweak my Lobo costume Tron “Casual” Jacket . I want this to be a light up tron style grid jacket, but something I can wear in everyday use. Dragon Age 2 – Hawke Starcraft 2 – Terran Marine Maybe – […]
While not nearly as exciting as Mike’s recent post on Jen’s costume at Dragon*Con last year, I finally got the some products posted to the site, Pro’s Adhesive and it’s necessary companion, Pro’s Adhesive Remover. For those that are interested in wearing silicone masks like the alien mask or our silicone vampire forehead, this is […]
Just added a female alien mask. It was a custom commission for a friend, but it should fit most women and some men (it is a smaller size). It is offered in both a silicone and a latex version. I am working on the article showing how it was made, which should be published later […]
Bradley Lewis crafted his own lightsaber, and luckily for us, he documented the whole thing.You can find the whole article at slothfurnace.com or by clicking the image below.
If you want a really bright and somewhat less delicate Tron costume, this man has figured out how to make one out of silicone encapsulated LEDs. In my plans I am going to be working with EL tape, but we will see if that was a bad mistake in a couple of weeks. Here is […]