Sakutse, you have dishonoured me!
The main parts of my Spirou cosplay is done! Now i only need shoes and a wig.
Sorry about the terrible grainy photo, it’s really late and therefore bad light.

The main parts of my Spirou cosplay is done! Now i only need shoes and a wig.

Sorry about the terrible grainy photo, it’s really late and therefore bad light.

kazekamichan:

I used a glue gun to make these button things for a cosplay. so far i have found out:- If you wet your fingers (or other tools) you can touch and shape the glue without it sticking to you. however…- you will probably burn your fingers.- The glue is difficult to get smooth when applying it this way, which is why i am curretly writing this while waitin for a thick layer of acrylic paint to dry- a better idea would probably be to use some kind of mold to make them.I am not a very experienced cosplayer, making my first cosplay only one and a half years ago, but at least i’m improving and learning from trial and error.

fiftwheeltwin replied to your photo:I used a glue gun to make these button things for…
What character are you cosplaying as with this costume?
Indeed, that is probably quite difficult to tell just from these buttons, since the outfit consists of a great deal of fabric as well. I hope to finish the costume today and will post a picture of the whole thing once it is done, so I’m not going to tell yet hehe >:D 
Have fun guessing in the meantime!

kazekamichan:

I used a glue gun to make these button things for a cosplay. so far i have found out:

- If you wet your fingers (or other tools) you can touch and shape the glue without it sticking to you. however…
- you will probably burn your fingers.
- The glue is difficult to get smooth when applying it this way, which is why i am curretly writing this while waitin for a thick layer of acrylic paint to dry
- a better idea would probably be to use some kind of mold to make them.

I am not a very experienced cosplayer, making my first cosplay only one and a half years ago, but at least i’m improving and learning from trial and error.

What character are you cosplaying as with this costume?

Indeed, that is probably quite difficult to tell just from these buttons, since the outfit consists of a great deal of fabric as well. I hope to finish the costume today and will post a picture of the whole thing once it is done, so I’m not going to tell yet hehe >:D 

Have fun guessing in the meantime!

I used a glue gun to make these button things for a cosplay. so far i have found out:- If you wet your fingers (or other tools) you can touch and shape the glue without it sticking to you. however…- you will probably burn your fingers.- The glue is difficult to get smooth when applying it this way, which is why i am curretly writing this while waitin for a thick layer of acrylic paint to dry- a better idea would probably be to use some kind of mold to make them.I am not a very experienced cosplayer, making my first cosplay only one and a half years ago, but at least i’m improving and learning from trial and error.

I used a glue gun to make these button things for a cosplay. so far i have found out:

- If you wet your fingers (or other tools) you can touch and shape the glue without it sticking to you. however…
- you will probably burn your fingers.
- The glue is difficult to get smooth when applying it this way, which is why i am curretly writing this while waitin for a thick layer of acrylic paint to dry
- a better idea would probably be to use some kind of mold to make them.

I am not a very experienced cosplayer, making my first cosplay only one and a half years ago, but at least i’m improving and learning from trial and error.

Cosplay Wip. I made the trousers yesterday and the jacket today, managing to simultanously watch most of Kuroshitsuji season two. And i was supposed to use this easter holiday to study for exams -_-

Cosplay Wip. I made the trousers yesterday and the jacket today, managing to simultanously watch most of Kuroshitsuji season two. And i was supposed to use this easter holiday to study for exams -_-

I’m on Insta now. Feel free to follow me there for sketches, cosplay WIPs  and derpy selfies

Napoleonic APH England and France, the first page of a doujinshi i’m making. 

Napoleonic APH England and France, the first page of a doujinshi i’m making. 

Walnut city

Walnut city

My dreams are pretty stupid  :/

My dreams are pretty stupid  :/

Me at Desucon Fantasy 

Me at Desucon Fantasy 

okolnir:

How to sketch up a city quickly ^^ CLICK HERE FOR FULL SIZE. This is a rough re-creation of this sketch since there was interest in how I did it without pulling my hair off, and I wanted to share it in case people just need to get a rough cityscape in photoshop quick without the hassle and without the help of other programs like google sketchup.
Obviously this looks very rough it was meant to be and also because I made it in a real hurry, so please excuse some of the ridiculous looking buildings and other illogical appearances. to create more precise cityscapes using this method, simply stop using the brush tool and use line tool/polygonal lasso tool—even using the brush tool and holding down shift is fine—instead to create precise, straight lines. The slower you do this process the more accurate your final piece will be, however the premise of this method is that if you want/need to do it fast, you can.
good luck :D

okolnir:

How to sketch up a city quickly ^^ CLICK HERE FOR FULL SIZE. This is a rough re-creation of this sketch since there was interest in how I did it without pulling my hair off, and I wanted to share it in case people just need to get a rough cityscape in photoshop quick without the hassle and without the help of other programs like google sketchup.

Obviously this looks very rough it was meant to be and also because I made it in a real hurry, so please excuse some of the ridiculous looking buildings and other illogical appearances. to create more precise cityscapes using this method, simply stop using the brush tool and use line tool/polygonal lasso tool—even using the brush tool and holding down shift is fine—instead to create precise, straight lines. The slower you do this process the more accurate your final piece will be, however the premise of this method is that if you want/need to do it fast, you can.

good luck :D