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FUN FABRIC CORNER!
Chainmail inspired cowls for an upcoming production of MacBeth!

FUN FABRIC CORNER!

Chainmail inspired cowls for an upcoming production of MacBeth!

I teased some time ago about Angel Wings and a dress I was helping to build for the play “Angels in America”.  Well, full images with the process coming soon, but, for now, it made it on the promotional material! 

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Just Breathe Dress - Ever After


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Just Breathe Dress - Ever After


Beautiful! Loved this movie in my youth!

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Just Breathe Dress - Ever After

Beautiful! Loved this movie in my youth!

Costume DesignThe Fifth Element (1997)

by Jean Paul Gaultier

Amazing Cosplay! Genderbent cosplay is very difficult, so I have a grand appreciation of it!

Hi, followers!

What could be better than one blog? Two! I have started another blog called Animated Eyeballs.  This is where I’ll be critiquing, live-blogging, and talking about other pop culture things, like video games, anime, movies, tv, etc.

Most of it will be in essay format, but much less formal.  (Oh, the shit will spew!)

 If you seen my Manga Shakespeare or my thoughts on Romeo X Juliet, you pretty much have seen what kind of content will be on that blog. I’ll actually be reblogging my older stuff, as it fits in better with the theme of animated eyeballs than with this one.

The Costumer’s Green Room will continue to be dedicated to costume design, construction, and cosplay.  

Thanks, all! I hope you enjoy!

Progress on the wings! Here is our team attaching the feathers, while stabilizing the general structure.  The final product will be here soon! Progress on the wings! Here is our team attaching the feathers, while stabilizing the general structure.  The final product will be here soon!

Progress on the wings! Here is our team attaching the feathers, while stabilizing the general structure.  The final product will be here soon!

Creating Angel Wings with an 8 foot Span
Above are construction images of angel wings I have to build for the excellent play, “Angels in America”, made from tubing, organza, and hundresds of hand made fabric-feathers.  They should be complete in a few days— when they are, I’ll share pictures and a how-to guide for any who might need wings for a cosplay. ;) Creating Angel Wings with an 8 foot Span
Above are construction images of angel wings I have to build for the excellent play, “Angels in America”, made from tubing, organza, and hundresds of hand made fabric-feathers.  They should be complete in a few days— when they are, I’ll share pictures and a how-to guide for any who might need wings for a cosplay. ;) Creating Angel Wings with an 8 foot Span
Above are construction images of angel wings I have to build for the excellent play, “Angels in America”, made from tubing, organza, and hundresds of hand made fabric-feathers.  They should be complete in a few days— when they are, I’ll share pictures and a how-to guide for any who might need wings for a cosplay. ;) Creating Angel Wings with an 8 foot Span
Above are construction images of angel wings I have to build for the excellent play, “Angels in America”, made from tubing, organza, and hundresds of hand made fabric-feathers.  They should be complete in a few days— when they are, I’ll share pictures and a how-to guide for any who might need wings for a cosplay. ;)

Creating Angel Wings with an 8 foot Span

Above are construction images of angel wings I have to build for the excellent play, “Angels in America”, made from tubing, organza, and hundresds of hand made fabric-feathers.  They should be complete in a few days— when they are, I’ll share pictures and a how-to guide for any who might need wings for a cosplay. ;)

Here are some process photos of the hat I recently posted on my Etsy store, Silly And Sundry.
The process:
Bought a cheap, dollar store hat
Cut down the brim, and attached a wire
Edged hat and covered wire with custom bias tape
Created hat band
made flowers out of random silk scraps
applied beading to flower centers
Attached flowers!
Here are some process photos of the hat I recently posted on my Etsy store, Silly And Sundry.
The process:
Bought a cheap, dollar store hat
Cut down the brim, and attached a wire
Edged hat and covered wire with custom bias tape
Created hat band
made flowers out of random silk scraps
applied beading to flower centers
Attached flowers!
Here are some process photos of the hat I recently posted on my Etsy store, Silly And Sundry.
The process:
Bought a cheap, dollar store hat
Cut down the brim, and attached a wire
Edged hat and covered wire with custom bias tape
Created hat band
made flowers out of random silk scraps
applied beading to flower centers
Attached flowers!
Here are some process photos of the hat I recently posted on my Etsy store, Silly And Sundry.
The process:
Bought a cheap, dollar store hat
Cut down the brim, and attached a wire
Edged hat and covered wire with custom bias tape
Created hat band
made flowers out of random silk scraps
applied beading to flower centers
Attached flowers!

Here are some process photos of the hat I recently posted on my Etsy store, Silly And Sundry.

The process:

  • Bought a cheap, dollar store hat
  • Cut down the brim, and attached a wire
  • Edged hat and covered wire with custom bias tape
  • Created hat band
  • made flowers out of random silk scraps
  • applied beading to flower centers
  • Attached flowers!

I’m baaaaack! This tumblr page will become active again in a few weeks, and I’m kicking off it’s revival with my new etsy store!  I’ll be posting some crafty things I make during my down time— with some of it being fandom related, just for my glorious tumblr pals. :)

Fun Fabric print!

  1. Camera: iPhone 4S
  2. Aperture: f/2.4
  3. Exposure: 1/24th
  4. Focal Length: 4mm

Fun fabric prints!

A lady walking a dog, surrounded by five other dogs.  I’d wear that garment.

  1. Camera: iPhone 4S
  2. Aperture: f/2.4
  3. Exposure: 1/20th
  4. Focal Length: 4mm

Over the past few days, I have been having fun learning the fashion program, Marvelous Designer.  In it, I crafted a late Victorian Woman.

Oh, but here’s where the real fun begins. I call it, “Victorian Woman Taking None of Your Shit.”

This one is “Show You The Door”

In a similar pose, but different attitude, I call it, “I Fight Super Villains in a Fifty Pound Dress”

Nightmare fuel is a great aesthetic. Sweet dreams, everyone!

Made from carved foam, cheesecloth, and yak hair. Inspired by a middle school teacher of mine, who was accused of harassment a few years after I left for high school.  This is one of the first mask I built.

  1. Camera: iPhone 4S
  2. Aperture: f/2.4
  3. Exposure: 1/30th
  4. Focal Length: 4mm