PandoraCaitiff
 


Costume :Inner Valkyrie
Source :Jerry Springer The Opera
Progress :Planned
Worn At :None


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Costume Information

Description
I've wanted to make this for ages, but couldn't find any images. In the end I popped the DVD into my laptop and grabbed some images!

My recent progress on Toby has made me look at this idea again with new possibilities!

Planned for October 2013 London Expo.

Comments

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Wow this looks interesting! 8D Good luck with this Can't wait to see the progress

by Darkiekun on Monday, 1 April, 2013 - 09:24
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Thanks! Originally this was planned for October 2012, but everytime I start work on it, friends invite me to do costume groups for the next cosplay event XD
I'll probably start again when the weather improves and I can work in the garden.

by PandoraCaitiff on Tuesday, 2 April, 2013 - 08:57
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This is such an unusual design... I love it! It's great to see something quirky like this being cosplayed, I look forward to seeing some progress <3

xxx

by Frederica la Noir on Thursday, 18 April, 2013 - 13:20
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good luck, just don't sing when you're wearing it

by adamphillip on Wednesday, 4 September, 2013 - 19:06
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I promise nothing! I might even learn some of her lines. I can do a great bass.

by PandoraCaitiff on Wednesday, 4 September, 2013 - 19:47
 

To-Do List

Make breastplateLowIn Progress
Make skirtLowPlanned
make plated overskirtLowPlanned
Make winged helmetLowPlanned
Make furry shrug/capeLowPlanned
Make bracersLowPlanned

Shopping List

Blonde plaits£0.00To Buy
Skirt material£0.00To Buy
Brown fur£0.00To Buy
Plastic garden chain£0.00To Buy
Total£0.00

Journal

Breastplate (Posted 8th November 2012)

Progress begins with the breastpiece. First versions were newspaper to get the general shape. After a few false starts I've got a corrugated card shape that has been bent and shaped.

I think I need to cut a v-shaped vent/dart from the centre to get the front curve right, but the overall shape is pretty much there.

Next step: testing with jury-rigged straps, and then looking at craft foam.