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21st April 2014

Photoset reblogged from Pendleton Ward's Cartoon Tumblr with 15,703 notes

adventuretime:

I was a teenager in the 60s, so I can’t resist anyone who turns something into a rock band, especially when it’s one of Frederator’s cartoon shows. –Fred

sibyllinesketchblog:

I edited my 60’s Adventure Time girls ! Look, Marceline is playing the bass ! And I thought LSP would be perfect as the lead singer of the band 

I can’t believe my first post hit 32.000 notes, that’s crazyyy ! Thanks everyone ! 

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21st April 2014

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Just before #cosplay this was my hobby!  I taught myself how to wear #kimono ! SO today I had some time so I decided to put one on for school! #kitsuke #japanese #japan #nippon #nihon It went alright for not practicing for a long while.

Just before #cosplay this was my hobby! I taught myself how to wear #kimono ! SO today I had some time so I decided to put one on for school! #kitsuke #japanese #japan #nippon #nihon It went alright for not practicing for a long while.

Tagged: cosplaykimonojapanesenipponkitsukejapannihon

21st April 2014

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Two wings done! Need some touch up  though. Wish I had time to put more effort into the surface prep, smooth the #worbla more. Hopefully it will be passable from five feet. This wasn’t meant to be a super polished #cosplay #witch #haylin #irma

Two wings done! Need some touch up though. Wish I had time to put more effort into the surface prep, smooth the #worbla more. Hopefully it will be passable from five feet. This wasn’t meant to be a super polished #cosplay #witch #haylin #irma

Tagged: witchirmacosplayworblahaylin

20th April 2014

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Just finished turning out this bad boy out. All 100 inches of it. #cosplay #witch #haylin Now for bed.

Just finished turning out this bad boy out. All 100 inches of it. #cosplay #witch #haylin Now for bed.

Tagged: witchcosplayhaylin

19th April 2014

Question reblogged from Project Cosplay with 22 notes

Anonymous asked: options for air dry clays

projectcosplay:

Here are some air-dry clays we’ve worked with or looked into and advantages/disadvantages to each:

Model Magic - We’ve worked with MM quite a lot from building props wholesale, to adding details to larger props we needed to stay lightweight, to just creating a smooth final surface on a rough larger project (over celluclay and foam and even on top of fiberglass and plastic). ElfGrove even used it to fabricate gems (pre-learning resin casting) on her Clef staff. It’s a go-to material at Project Cosplay. Read our tutorial for working with Model Magic here. Alternatively, because it is a more porous air-dry clay, the larger and more loosely packed it is, the more prone the final product is to be potentially slightly “squishy” after drying. So pack the Model Magic tightly and form it over a base of another material (even just dowel rods) for larger constructions. — Recommended for finishing and details on large props, doing most of the work on small props that need to be lightweight and durable, or creating smaller items from scratch. Not Recommended for large prop items without a base form made from something solid.

Activia CelluClay - A strong and light weight sort of instant papier mache. You just add water and start making forms. The instructions call for set amounts of water, but we usually add more or less water based on what we’re doing. More water means a smoother dried surface, but it’s also more runny and may drip if you use too much (in that case, just add more celluclay to the mix). Although we usually form it over a base of some sort (with plastic wrap inbetween the clay and the base so it can be removed from the base), it can also be sculpted free-form to a degree. When drying, Celluclay becomes almost concrete hard and significantly more light weight. It also tends to shrink a little if it’s not over a solid, non-flexible base (this is important to keep in mind if you are making armor or helmets with it). It will usually take a few days to dry thoroughly. The dried surface is usually uneven and bumpy and can be wet-sanded. We’ve found it is easier to do a thin layer of Model Magic over the finished Celluclay to create a smooth final surface than wet-sanding. Recommended for large props that need to be both lightweight and durable.

Creative Paper Clay - I’ve never actually used this, but my understanding is that it is a more expensive, lighter alternative to CelluClay and will have a smoother initial surface.

Activa La Doll Premier Air Dry Clay - Advertised as non-crumbling, non-stick formula, it was a disappointing experiment.  Maybe I got a bad batch, but it did exactly as advertised it would not do. I couldn’t get it to smooth out and it was crumbly and would not stick to itself to create smooth finishes. After the bad experience and the price difference not being that great, I haven’t spent to money to try the cheaper alternative Model Air.Not Recommended for any project.

Drying times for any of these vary based on the size and depth of the clay application as well as local weather. In the height of a dry summer I’ve had things left in direct sunlight set in under 24 hours, but it’s also taken as long as a week for larger things in a more humid environment to dry all the way through.

Sculpey - Not actually an air-dry clay. If you are creating small trinkets or jewelry, it might be worthwhile to make it out of Sculpey, this is a baking clay, but once formed, only needs 15 minutes in a standard oven per 1/4 inch thick. Recommended for small detail props and jewelry. Not Recommended for medium to large props or things that are likely to be subject to a lot of stress.

19th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from Project Cosplay with 34,429 notes

projectcosplay:

aqueousescapist:

just-a-zombie-slayer:

Hey everyone I’m back with more cosplay help! 

These lipsticks are long lasting and the color payoff is amazing.

They are also a bit cheaper than my other lipstick post [ X ]

Whether you’re cosplaying or just looking for colorful lipstick then I would really recommend Coloured Raine. You can check them out on Instagram here for pictures of  people wearing their lipsticks.

Also, they are cruelty free! <3

my need has never been mightier

$13 a pop, but useful if you need lasting colored lipstick and don’t have time to test more DIY or theatrical make-up solutions.

Source: just-a-zombie-slayer

19th April 2014

Photo reblogged from Project Cosplay with 1,631 notes

projectcosplay:

Worbla Tests - Making Worbla Smooth
We did some testing with Worbla, Gesso, Mod Podge Spray Sealer, and Plasti-Dip.
(a more detailed post on method will come shortly)
In your opinion, which yielded best results? A or B?

projectcosplay:

Worbla Tests - Making Worbla Smooth

We did some testing with Worbla, Gesso, Mod Podge Spray Sealer, and Plasti-Dip.

(a more detailed post on method will come shortly)

In your opinion, which yielded best results? A or B?

19th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from One tumblr was not enough with 54,900 notes

advanced-random:

The bottom pic is the drawing zoomed at 100%.

Source: advanced-random

19th April 2014

Photo reblogged from One tumblr was not enough with 22,691 notes

doodlebuggy:

It’s to distract the enemy for combat advantage.


Omg lol!

doodlebuggy:

It’s to distract the enemy for combat advantage.

Omg lol!

Source: corenthal

19th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from Shamelessly Anime with 653 notes

zimmay:

!!-ILLUSTRATION GIVEAWAY TIME-!!

I have recently hit 2,000+ followers! Thank you so much!! While this may seem like a small amount to some of my peers, this is huge for me, and I want to say a huge thank you to all of my followers new and old. So I’m holding my very first illustration giveaway! Please read everything below if you want in!

DISCLAIMER: this giveaway is completely and responsibly hosted by me and is not endorsed by or affiliated with Tumblr in any way.

THE PRIZE!

A fully colored character illustration by me! Any character of your choice, existing, fan-made, or original, with up to 2 characters total. You can request a specific style, (like art nouveau or super cartoony) or I can work in mine! This is basically a $200 illustration commission from me, but free for you! All of my commission rules as to what I will and will not draw apply, (tl;dr - just keep your requests clean and tasteful).

HOW TO ENTER!

  • You must be 18+ years old to enter.
  • Have your ask box turned on.
  • You must be following me. The purpose of this giveaway is to thank you, my followers!
  • Reblog this post to your main account for +1 entry. I will not be counting likes, and will not count reblogs made to side blogs.
  • Reblog to your main as many times as you like for more entries, but please be courteous to your followers.

And since I am not physically mailing anything for this giveaway, it’s open to anyone internationally. As long as you can tell me what you want me to draw and have an e-mail address that can accept big files, you’re good!

You have until Thursday May 1st, 2014 at 9:00pm PST to enter! I will choose one winner at random using random.org and will immediately contact the winner through their ask box. If no response is received within 48 hours, that person automatically forfeits the prize and I will choose another winner by repeating the process.

Before I say good luck, I just want to say thank you so, so much for all your support. Thank you for every follow, for every like, for allowing me to occupy a little space on your dashboard and for spreading my work. The art road is a tough one to follow and I rely on every follower to keep plowing through the difficult days. Thanks again, and… GOOD LUCK!!