Costume :Yoh Asakura
Variant :Battle Version (shorts)
Source :Shaman king
Progress :Complete
Worn At :London Film and Comic Con 2010

Costume Photos

costume no wig yet

sword and pager

sword built not painted

on arm oricale pager

oricale pager compareasion

oricale pager2

oricale pager1


Costume Information

Cost : £13
Time Taken : about a month

i choose to make yoh because i like shaman king and i like yoh. i was talked into to going to lfcc by a few friends so i figured lets do yoh. i made the orical pager so tht my phone could fit in it and act as the screen, (also so i know when its going off had loads off people calling me at expo and could hear or feel it vibrate). i made it useing card and material, i will add fasoners to it to enable me to wear it.


Looks really good ^^ Woot for more SK cosplay!!

by fistfighter_tifa on Friday, 11 June, 2010 - 09:35
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I have to say, making the oracle bell open and using your phone for an interactive screen (I assume it's a phone) ...that is really clever. Kudos. Major ones.

by street-angel on Friday, 11 June, 2010 - 11:30
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thank you both

by Mikado on Sunday, 13 June, 2010 - 01:43
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Wooo! Yoh :D
This looks really awesomely planned out

by My__RoadOfBlood on Sunday, 13 June, 2010 - 12:56
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Wow the oracle bell looks amazing 8D

by Solaria on Sunday, 13 June, 2010 - 13:28
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^_^ these nice comments make me happy

by Mikado on Sunday, 13 June, 2010 - 14:03

To-Do List

finish oricale pager/bell by adding fasonersHighIn Progress
add orange trim to shorts and topHighPlanned
buy and style wigHighPlanned
SwordMediumIn Progress
get hold of headphones that look similar and paint orangeLowPlanned


sword work (Posted 13th June 2010)

so today i had a crack at making my sword now that i have some wood and a jigsaw. cut handle and handle guard fine and then dad came up with a better way of doing the guard which worked brillently. sanded down the handle and guard then got my friend who has a steadier hand then i do to cut the blade. before he cut the blade another friend offered some thiner wood for the blade which worked brillently. attached the guard to the blade then realised "ah problem with attaching to the handle" luckily my dads not as stupid as the rest of us working on the sword will try his idea tommorow and sand down the blade and if there's time paint it, if not that will have to wait till later in the week.