Progress shots of the hood that goes on Eska’s outer coat. The interior is lined with fleece, and the faux fur trim is attached to an extra piece of fabric giving the hood more coverage.
So I’ve continued working on my Eska coplay, these are my progress shots while making these boots/boot covers. I used this pattern/tutorial as a reference, modifying where I saw fit. It took some trial-and-error, but I got the pattern in the end.
I suggest using a flip-flop that fits you as the base to trace for the pattern of the sole of the boot/boot cover. If you’re going to make them boot covers, measure the pattern to the boot you will be using under the cover.
That extra long peice is just to cover the back of the faux fur trim, because it’s attached to the top of the boot, adding two extra inches to the height of the boot.
This was supposed to be a birthday gift for renaloemberheart, but I didn’t finish it until this week… ^^;
Anyway, it’s a figure of The Kid from the game Bastion. Made with sculpey, a wireframe core, a toothpick for the hammer’s handle, and a bit of tape to make the handle thicker. Painted using acrylic silkscreen ink, opaque, translucent and metallic colors.
Progress shots of my Eska cosplay that I was working on for NYCC 2013, that was not finished. I will however continue it and wear it for MAGFest 2014.
Aww, thank you Anon. While I didn’t post a tutorial, I did post progress shots of my sylph of void cosplay. I actually don’t have much experience sewing, I’m still learning, but I give myself these projects to keep learning more. Try making something simple and don’t hesitate to look up tutorials. Practice by making something new everytime as well as the things you already learned. Happy cosplaying! :D
Scalemate plush I made for my buoyfrond ;)
You can find the pattern I used here