|I can't remember the last time I liked a female character in an anime as much as I like Mor~|
For the Friday of Aya as part of a massive Magi group! Also at Japan Expo Belgium '13 w/buds.
Important to note; I never do my own eye make-up for this cosplay! Bless my friends and their skills that I don't have.
|Dress fabric (5m of...something that was on sale? idk)||£8.30||Bought|
completion! (Posted 5th August 2013)
I cut the fringe of the wig yesterday and re-fixed the ponytail so that it's more obvious. I feel a lot better about it now, though it is still inaccurate *shakes fist at wig seller* At least it is a pretty wig in its own right!
Annnd I just started and finished the leg....thingies. I ended up using a much easier method of making them than I originally planned, but putting them on is a hassle xD I had to lay on my back on my bed with my legs in the air to get them on. Very attractive.
BUT YAY IT'S DONE!
Dress finished! (Posted 22nd April 2013)
I finished my dress tonight! I'm very very pleased with it >w<
The front part had a little awkwardness, but it'll be covered by the sash in due time so no worries. May or may not fix it anyhow.
Staato! (Posted 17th April 2013)
I bought some loooovely fabric for Mor yesterday. It's a nice off-white/sandy color and it's super soft! I figured I'd double up her skirt for extra poof so I bought 5 meters of fabric just in case I mess up...and it was all less than 10 euro. Thank you random fabric sale! <3
I've finished the top of her dress today. I doubled up the fabric, sew the similar pieces together then flipped inside out and sewed the back and front together. SO COMFY! And it took me less than 2 hours too! It's great to have lots of leeway with this costume~ Not only because it's fairly simple and doesn't really need any specific shape anywhere, but also all the fabric I have means I don't need to worry about running out!
In short, things are going well so far!