narnianlullaby
 


Costume :Maggie Greene
Variant :Too Far Gone
Source :The Walking Dead
Progress :Complete
Worn At :London Film and Comic Con 2014


Costume Photos

Finished outfit 1

With Lawrence Gilliard Jr.

At LFCC with one of my friends

In progress 2

In progress 1

Ref 3

Ref 2

Ref 1

 


Comments

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Can't wait to see this

by subject_17 on Friday, 17 January, 2014 - 18:00
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Should hopefully have some sort of a picture up when I've finished painting guns and adding buckles to belts. The main part of it's done though lol.

by narnianlullaby on Friday, 17 January, 2014 - 20:32
 

To-Do List

Remake beltHighComplete
Make leg holsterHighComplete
Add lace to vest topMediumComplete
Paint gunMediumComplete
Customise bootsMediumComplete

Shopping List

Jeans - already owned£0.00Bought
Black lace for vest top£1.99Bought
D rings£1.75Bought
Gun strap£9.99Bought
20mm buckles x4£5.00Bought
Sniper rifle£7.00Bought
Red long-sleeve top£7.00Bought
Black vest - already owned£0.00Bought
Boots - already owned£0.00Bought
Engagement ring£9.00To Buy
Total£41.73

Journal

Customising boots. (Posted 25th May 2014)

Boots are finally customised. It's something I've been leaning to do for a year. The straps are now a part of the boots, opposed to simply being wrapped around it and buckled.

Starting work on the gun holster. (Posted 21st May 2014)

Decided to start work on this today. I had planned to wait a little longer, but the sewing bug got me. So far I have the base section completed. I'll be working on the straps next.

Let's get messy... (Posted 18th May 2014)

This is officially one of my favourite things about cosplaying from The Walking Dead - getting to destroy clothing.

Step one: Hole. Jeans.

Done with scissors and a sanding block, nothing special.

Finally getting stuck in! (Posted 18th May 2014)

I've had this costume sat "in progress" for a long time, with all the basics done. Today I actually sat down and did some proper work on it. With having a season 3 Maggie cosplay already, I had the jeans, boots, etc. but decided this year I wanted to work at making things more accurate.

First things first, was the belt. I've already made one of these from scratch, it wasn't great, so this morning I suddenly remembered an old belt I had lying around in the drawer. It turned out it was perfect, so I then spent a couple of hours punching holes and putting rivets in (I hate riveting with a passion lol).

Much happier with this than anything I could have attempted to make. Next, however, is the gun holster, which I will be making from scratch. It should be an experience!