cosplay-gamers:

Mom Lalonde from homestuckcosplayer: iamthe-witch-of-doomphotographer: redarmyknife

cosplay-gamers:

Mom Lalonde from homestuck
cosplayer: iamthe-witch-of-doom
photographer: redarmyknife

projectcosplay:

These were made with mirror vinyl (bought from a Chinese seller) over craft foam held together with various glues.
This is the process / tutorial used. 
Use the following chart when adhering materials so they stick well:
Vinyl front to vinyl front: Super Glue / Krazy Glue
Foam to vinyl front: Coat the foam in a very thin layer of hot glue, let it dry, then use Super Glue / Krazy Glue
Foam to vinyl backing: Contact Cement / Contact Spray
Foam to foam: Hot Glue (or your favorite method…this is my preferred)
Others have used contact cement to hold the foam to the vinyl backing but because contact cement smells like death to me, I prefer the contact spray adhesive instead.
Really love using this method as it’s fast, easy, and light. Luckily, my armor did not have any complex curves because if it did, I would have used Worbla instead.


The hand is reminiscent of Vincent Valentine’s. Even though I have no clue what it’s originally for it would be great for his cosplay. projectcosplay:

These were made with mirror vinyl (bought from a Chinese seller) over craft foam held together with various glues.
This is the process / tutorial used. 
Use the following chart when adhering materials so they stick well:
Vinyl front to vinyl front: Super Glue / Krazy Glue
Foam to vinyl front: Coat the foam in a very thin layer of hot glue, let it dry, then use Super Glue / Krazy Glue
Foam to vinyl backing: Contact Cement / Contact Spray
Foam to foam: Hot Glue (or your favorite method…this is my preferred)
Others have used contact cement to hold the foam to the vinyl backing but because contact cement smells like death to me, I prefer the contact spray adhesive instead.
Really love using this method as it’s fast, easy, and light. Luckily, my armor did not have any complex curves because if it did, I would have used Worbla instead.


The hand is reminiscent of Vincent Valentine’s. Even though I have no clue what it’s originally for it would be great for his cosplay. projectcosplay:

These were made with mirror vinyl (bought from a Chinese seller) over craft foam held together with various glues.
This is the process / tutorial used. 
Use the following chart when adhering materials so they stick well:
Vinyl front to vinyl front: Super Glue / Krazy Glue
Foam to vinyl front: Coat the foam in a very thin layer of hot glue, let it dry, then use Super Glue / Krazy Glue
Foam to vinyl backing: Contact Cement / Contact Spray
Foam to foam: Hot Glue (or your favorite method…this is my preferred)
Others have used contact cement to hold the foam to the vinyl backing but because contact cement smells like death to me, I prefer the contact spray adhesive instead.
Really love using this method as it’s fast, easy, and light. Luckily, my armor did not have any complex curves because if it did, I would have used Worbla instead.


The hand is reminiscent of Vincent Valentine’s. Even though I have no clue what it’s originally for it would be great for his cosplay. projectcosplay:

These were made with mirror vinyl (bought from a Chinese seller) over craft foam held together with various glues.
This is the process / tutorial used. 
Use the following chart when adhering materials so they stick well:
Vinyl front to vinyl front: Super Glue / Krazy Glue
Foam to vinyl front: Coat the foam in a very thin layer of hot glue, let it dry, then use Super Glue / Krazy Glue
Foam to vinyl backing: Contact Cement / Contact Spray
Foam to foam: Hot Glue (or your favorite method…this is my preferred)
Others have used contact cement to hold the foam to the vinyl backing but because contact cement smells like death to me, I prefer the contact spray adhesive instead.
Really love using this method as it’s fast, easy, and light. Luckily, my armor did not have any complex curves because if it did, I would have used Worbla instead.


The hand is reminiscent of Vincent Valentine’s. Even though I have no clue what it’s originally for it would be great for his cosplay.

projectcosplay:

These were made with mirror vinyl (bought from a Chinese seller) over craft foam held together with various glues.

This is the process / tutorial used.

Use the following chart when adhering materials so they stick well:

  • Vinyl front to vinyl front: Super Glue / Krazy Glue
  • Foam to vinyl front: Coat the foam in a very thin layer of hot glue, let it dry, then use Super Glue / Krazy Glue
  • Foam to vinyl backing: Contact Cement / Contact Spray
  • Foam to foam: Hot Glue (or your favorite method…this is my preferred)

Others have used contact cement to hold the foam to the vinyl backing but because contact cement smells like death to me, I prefer the contact spray adhesive instead.

Really love using this method as it’s fast, easy, and light. Luckily, my armor did not have any complex curves because if it did, I would have used Worbla instead.

The hand is reminiscent of Vincent Valentine’s. Even though I have no clue what it’s originally for it would be great for his cosplay.

leaguecosplay:

xxfruitcakexx (Ghost Bride Morgana) leaguecosplay:

xxfruitcakexx (Ghost Bride Morgana)

leaguecosplay:

xxfruitcakexx (Ghost Bride Morgana)

cosplay-gamers:

Diana from League of Legends

Cosplay by Felix Cosplay (Felixaren on tumblr)

Photo by Aesthel

80slove:

Edward Scissorhands, 1990
80slove:

Edward Scissorhands, 1990
80slove:

Edward Scissorhands, 1990
80slove:

Edward Scissorhands, 1990
80slove:

Edward Scissorhands, 1990

80slove:

Edward Scissorhands, 1990

My friend got me the best present a Fan could love XD

On Tumblr whilst listening to Pandora. Definitely worth the experiment.

hellofromtumblr:

As far as we know from science, Tumblr is the actual best part of the universe.

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