This spunky little mash-up cosplayer, Stormie, has been making the internet rounds lately. As a member of the Rebel Legion, I couldn’t really pass her up!
Her father made her a Jedi Elsa Rey costume, and a friend made her staff, to wear to the Wizard World Con in Des Moines, IA. And the friend even customized a little Lego set for her!
The 19-city Wizard World tour added Des Moines to its list last year, and thanks to a startling turnout, it was back for more.
I think this is a post where anything I write isn’t going to really capture the cuteness of this kid or her con-experience. Just go check out the images her dad posted to Imgur. You won’t regret it.
What’s better than meeting Stan Lee? How about meeting two of of one of the greatest creators in comic book history? Photographer Chris Dorsey was there last weekend to capture the magic as cosplayer “Agent Stan” met his real life counterpart, Stan “The Man” Lee at Planet Comicon in Kansas City. Surrounded by the IBOTs (Iron Brothers of Topeka, KS), Dorsey documented all the fun, including some incredible cosplay all weekend at the convention. Check out more of his excellent photos on his Facebook Page!
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Wavecrestian recently showed off her Dark Phoenix inspired ballgown. She spent the last two or so months working on it. The dress was modified from a commercial pattern but the design is all her own. She had to create a petticoat design to support the skirt since the actual petticoat pattern didn’t have enough floof!
Wig and crown and gloves to come! Unfortunately, I can’t find her anywhere else online, so I don’t have any more info available about the dress. Basing a previous Imgur post from her, I’m assuming this is going to be for cosplay somewhere.
I’ve been up to my eyeballs getting ready for Planet Comicon in KC, and something I’m introducing this year is MLP (My Little Pony) Inspired Pegasus Wings. This great video tutorial by Anonymous Woodsprite Cosplay Accessories got me started (though I used this awesome video tutorial as more of a jumping off point to my own version). The video tutorial is fantastic and takes you step-by-step through making your own pair of pegasus pony wings, starting with what materials to use and how to make your own pattern. There’s even a bonus section at the end on making a matching pair of pony ears. So, get your MLP cosplay on and make some awesome MLP Inspired Pegasus Wings of your own!
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Ever wish you had your own Star Wars lightsaber? Now you can, thanks to this video tutorial by Geekbuilder Shawn Jolicoeur!
His video gives a brief overview of the steps he took to build a lightsaber from a metal pipe. Very realistic-looking!
The YouTube video also includes an epic lightsaber battle with his younglings, complete with cosplay!
What sci-fi gadget do you wish you had? Let us know in the comments!
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Now that nicer weather is more predictably ensconced, you might be in spring cleaning mode. Or maybe you’re past that, into “this place needs some sprucing up” mode. How about a nice new door wreath…with a touch of geek? Scruffy over at Set to Stunning has just the project tutorial for you – a Hobbit door wreath!
I like that she “added oomf” to her acorns with glitter and Mod Podge, and that this wreath was originally intended as holiday decor, but now is a year-round essential.
I also love that by creating the wreath, you’ll “be the envy of those you don’t know half as well as you would like, and those you like half as well as they deserve.”
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